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‘Being data compliant does not equate to having data security’

Tom Fox | May 3, 2017

“Being data compliant does not equate to having data security,” Alan Boehme, Coca-Cola Co.’s global chief technology officer, chief innovation officer, and chief architect, said at the Collision Conference 2017. The event largely focused on tech, tech companies, and tech solutions, but there were several presentations, which caught the eye and ear of The Man From FCPA.

I had the chance to sit down with Alan for a longer visit about this remark, which I found so engaging. He explained that simply following the paper program rules and regulations around data security were not going to be sufficient to protect your data. To have data security you must be actually doing data security, not simply complying with the more stringent legal and regulatory requirements than are typically seen in anti-bribery/anti-corruption compliance.

Further in data security, Boehme explained it is literally impossible to protect all of your corporate data. The key is to assess what is the... To get the full story, subscribe now.