Michelle Dennedy, vice president, chief privacy officer at Intel Security, has a specific view on privacy and transparency. “Privacy is not synonymous with secrecy,” she said.
In a technology context, she defined privacy as the fair and honest process of personal data.
“You are not giving up your privacy when you choose to communicate with another person,” Dennedy said. “Corporate greed protects privacy, since we want our customers to stick with us and trust us.”