Tomorrow’s Jobs Today: Wisdom and Career Advice from Thought Leaders in AI, Big Data, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Privacy and More To Be Published by John Hunt in 2021

Tomorrow’s Jobs Today: Available April 2021 

Wisdom and Career Advice from Thought Leaders in AI, Big Data, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Privacy and More

Discover leadership secrets and technology strategies being pioneered by today’s most innovative business executives and renowned brands across the globe in this entertaining collection of interviews and stories exploring new careers of the Information Age.

Design your career for tomorrow with wisdom from leaders whose shoulders you stand on today. 

This collection of in-depth profiles featuring Smart City CIOs, Data Protection Officers, Blockchain CEO’s, Informatics Doctors and other diverse, skilled professionals gives readers first-hand insight into what tomorrow’s jobs look like today. The hands-on experiences, subject matter expertise, and measured job advice shared within these pages demonstrate how identifying opportunities, setting the right cadence, and building strong relationships are the essential ingredients to unlocking your future’s potential.

This book is for the new graduate, the professional between jobs and the doting parents desperate to get their “brilliant” but lazy kid out of the basement. It’s also for senior corporate leaders seeking an intimate understanding of the changes abounding in their organizations. It’s for the manager who wants to inspire and encourage professional development. And it’s for every knowledge worker out there who wants to leverage technology and information governance to reduce risk, generate revenue, and improve customer experiences.

Tomorrow’s Jobs Today is not for those who cower in the face of robots, coding, and automation. It’s a resource for people like you who recognize that the jobs of the future are very much here today and ours to adapt to. By absorbing the perspectives, challenges, and solutions of those deeply in love and accomplished in these new careers, we can help ourselves, our friends and our employees transform anxiety over a job search, job loss or just the winds of change into hope, understanding, and opportunity.

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5 Ideas To Kickstart Your Governance, Risk and Compliance Program in the New Year!

We’ve all been there. Sitting around the conference room with our compliance teams, droning on about scheduling conflicts, procedural details and strategy about strategy. Here are some actual substantive ideas, initiatives and approaches to privacy, data governance and cyber-security that can get the ball rolling next year.

1. Policies aren’t just documents you keep around in case you might have to show them to a judge one day. Start putting them to work and leveraging their authority to cut costs and reduce operational risks!

For example:

  • Privacy policies, now required to be updated annually by the State of California, can actually help drive data mapping exercises, leading to new insights into structured and unstructured data systems. Use those insights to help patch gaps in your IT infrastructure and even retire costly, redundant systems, classify shadow IT and discard unused shelfware.
  • Retention policies can be used as virtual blueprints to justify and destroy, costly, over-retained paper records and electronic data lingering around the office and waiting to be discovered… by your adversaries!
  • Cyber-security policies like those required by the New York DFS can be used to help IT decision makers prioritize strategic investments in your cyber-defense software.
2. Chief executives realize audits are necessary to continually optimize business processes, but even the sharpest leaders sometimes forget the most sobering, useful assessments are conducted by outside parties who don’t have an inherently biased interest in determining the findings.

Executives need to make sure they are told what they need to hear, not what they want to hear.

3. One of the reasons assurance departments like compliance, risk and internal audit struggle with their annual reviews is because of a lack of policy organization within their OWN departments.

Lack of procedural consistency, ownership of policy and overlap and confusion over a directives authority in can create even more conflict, risk and uncertainty for an organization. But relying on institutional knowledge and spreadsheets just doesn’t cut it anymore. That’s why every regulated company needs a strong technology backbone in the form of a GRC or governance risk and compliance software.

4. These days the risk is not just internal. With so much of our data in the cloud and managed by other parties, some of the greatest risks have moved outside of the firewall.

Organizations need strategies and tools to help them prioritize and manage those vendor risks effectively. Sophisticated and affordable tools that address consumer data privacy requests can also be used to map and streamline an organizations external data, whether it’s private in nature or otherwise.

5. Finally, risk is not a one size fits all problem. Investment needs to be proportional to the exposure. That’s why it’s important to spend enough time planning your long-term strategy rather diving headfirst into solutions that promise the moon and end up creating more infrastructure dependency than you bargained for.

Rafael Moscatel is Managing Director of Compliance and Privacy Partners, a consulting firm specializing in data governance and privacy solutions. He is an award-winning Information Governance Professional (IGP), Certified Records Manager (CRM), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM). Rafael has spent the last twenty years developing large-scale Information Management Programs for the Fortune 500 including Paramount Pictures and Farmers Insurance. Reach him at 323-413-7432, follow him on Twitter at @rafael_moscatel or visit http://www.capp-llc.com to learn more.

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