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An Infosecurity report details the expectations for the new chief privacy officer (CPO) and chief information security officer (CISO) hired by Texas Comptroller Susan Combs following a data breach in April that exposed personal information of 3.5 million state residents. Recently named CPO Elizabeth Rogers will oversee "designing and updating privacy standards; performing risk reviews to identify exchanges of personally identifiable information between the agency and other entities or individuals; identifying new privacy risks and developing mitigation strategies, and collaborating with chief privacy officers at the state and federal level on privacy-related initiatives," the report states, while CISO Jesse Rivera will oversee a range of technology security and risk assessment factors. Editor's note: Susan Combs will be a keynote speaker at the IAPP Privacy Academy in Dallas, TX, in September.
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