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What GDPR Means for Cybersecurity

Terbium Labs' Danny Rogers on How New Privacy Reg Changes the Game
What GDPR Means for Cybersecurity
Danny Rogers, Terbium Labs

We all know that May 25 was the enforcement deadline for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation. But what impact will GDPR have on cybersecurity programs? Danny Rogers of Terbium Labs weighs in on the topic.

"Sort of the Y2K of our era," is how Rogers, CEO of Terbium describes GDPR. "And to me it's part of a larger conversation that's been catalyzed by a lot of the recent news around regulation in general."

In an interview about GDPR, Rogers discusses:

  • GDPR's impact;
  • Dark web monitoring;
  • New regulations and policies that are likely to come.

Rogers is the co-founder and CEO of Terbium Labs, an information security and data intelligence startup based in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a computational physicist with experience supporting defense and intelligence community cyber operations, as well as startup experience in the defense, energy, and biotechnology sectors. He is an author and expert in the field of quantum cryptography and has published numerous patents and papers on that and other subjects. Prior to co-founding Terbium Labs, he managed a portfolio of physics and sensor research projects at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.




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