In Episode S5E11, host Steve Bowcut invites Daniel Barber, Co-founder at DataGrail, for a deep dive into the importance of data privacy and transparency in the digital age. Drawing from his wealth of experience, Daniel explores the critical role of respecting people’s data in fostering enduring customer relationships and maintaining brand trust.
Throughout the conversation, they unpack the steps organizations can take to bolster transparency around data collection. Daniel provides actionable tips for achieving compliance and sidestepping potential legal pitfalls, underlining that data transparency is not just about adhering to the regulations but also about building and sustaining customer trust.
Using compelling case studies, Daniel elucidates how certain companies achieve significant success through their commitment to data transparency. These cases offer valuable insights for businesses aiming to uphold data privacy, foster customer trust, and ultimately succeed in the increasingly data-centric world.
Whether you’re a start-up founder, an executive in a multinational corporation, or just curious about the intersection of data privacy and trust, this episode is packed with invaluable insights.
About our Guest
Prior to DataGrail, Daniel led revenue teams at several data products companies.
Spending much of his career working with data products and third-party apps, Daniel grew increasingly disturbed by the volume of personal information collected and how that data was used by the brands entrusted to keep it safe. He built DataGrail in response, believing that privacy is a human right.
Daniel has become a leading voice on data privacy, with his perspective regularly featured in outlets like TechCrunch, VentureBeat, USA Today, Fast Company, Fortune, and CNBC.
Tune in to understand how your organization can navigate the ever-evolving data privacy landscape while building stronger customer relationships.
Steven Bowcut is an award-winning journalist covering cyber and physical security. He is an editor and writer for Brilliance Security Magazine as well as other security and non-security online publications. Follow and connect with Steve on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.