Claudiu Popa


Claudiu Popa is the principal Risk Advisor at Informatica, Canada’s only independent provider of complete risk management consulting and data protection services from physical security consulting to privacy impact assessment.

Through Informatica, Claudiu helps companies protect their most valuable assets from accidental damage and malicious attacks. This includes the security of systems & Web sites, the privacy of client data & the safety of workplaces.

He is the author of numerous publications including two books: The Canadian Privacy & Data Security Toolkit for Small & Mid-Size Enterprises (CICA, 2009) and Managing Personal Information: Insights on Corporate Risk & Opportunity for Privacy-Savvy Leaders (Reuters, 2012).

Since 1989, Claudiu Popa has earned respect as a professional whose achievements include the Verify Risk Maturity Model (VMM), the Risk Project Management (RPM) Methodology and the creation of many professional courses & workshops under Informatica Education’s WorkLife Learning brand, including the Canadian Security & Privacy Awareness Certification Programs and the KnowledgeFlow Cyber-Safety seminars.

In addition to regular appearances across notable media channels & recognition for his thought leadership across various related domains, Mr. Popa also builds security and privacy awareness by taking part in print, radio and television specials, conference appearances and by publishing research papers and articles. He earned and currently holds the top professional certifications from the industry’s most respected organizations: ISC2, ISACA, IAPP and PMI. All are testaments to his dedication to a personal and professional passion for protecting the most valuable intangible asset in the global economy: information.

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OPEN: Standardized Methods for Large Scale Information Access and Transparency
Price: $200.00 USD. Words: 6,700. Language: English. Published: December 7, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Information management, Essay » Business
The exchange of information in the modern context is conducted between two or more entities within three primary stakeholder groups: the private sector, the public sector, and private individuals. The interactions between these groups are often complex and are further influenced on a global scale by a broad range of issues including cultural diversity, political ideology, and diverging economies.

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