Bank SVP Talks Privacy
DATA PROTECTIONAugust 27, 2010
In an interview with Bank Info Security, the senior vice president and HIPAA officer for the twelfth largest bank in the U.S. discusses the top challenges and threats in protecting privacy in today's banking environment. Brian Dean says that, in the future, industries will need to consider working together against increasingly more sophisticated and coordinated attacks, and he says that banks can limit their risks by limiting the data they collect. "If the data isn't needed, don't collect it," Dean says. "And if you're a consumer, don't feel bad questioning why certain data elements are being collected."