Enza   Iannopollo

Enza Iannopollo

Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk Professionals

Enza is a senior analyst on the Security & Risk team and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E). Enza helps organizations worldwide design and execute strategies that leverage privacy to drive differentiation in the marketplace. Her research focuses on the impact of internet regulations and data privacy issues on digital business models as well as the technologies that underpin them. Her research coverage includes data protection, privacy in the context of cloud computing, analytics, and the internet of things. Enza speaks regularly at national and international executive conferences and her research is often quoted in the media, including The Wall Street Journal and Forbes.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining the Security & Risk team, Enza was a researcher on the CIO team; before that, she was a research associate on the BT Futures team. She collaborated on a variety of research reports, covering cloud computing, analytics, smart cities, and connected business. She has also delivered Webinars and presentations to clients.

Education

Enza earned a B.A. in political science and an M.A. in public policy, magna cum laude, from the University of Roma; she also earned an M.Sc. with merit in regulation from the London School of Economics. Enza recently completed an intensive course at the London School of Economics focusing on IPRs and the security and privacy of cyberspace. Enza speaks fluent Italian and English.

Enza Iannopollo

Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk Professionals

Enza is a senior analyst on the Security & Risk team and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E). Enza helps organizations worldwide design and execute strategies that leverage privacy to drive differentiation in the marketplace. Her research focuses on the impact of internet regulations and data privacy issues on digital business models as well as the technologies that underpin them. Her research coverage includes data protection, privacy in the context of cloud computing, analytics, and the internet of things. Enza speaks regularly at national and international executive conferences and her research is often quoted in the media, including The Wall Street Journal and Forbes.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining the Security & Risk team, Enza was a researcher on the CIO team; before that, she was a research associate on the BT Futures team. She collaborated on a variety of research reports, covering cloud computing, analytics, smart cities, and connected business. She has also delivered Webinars and presentations to clients.

Education

Enza earned a B.A. in political science and an M.A. in public policy, magna cum laude, from the University of Roma; she also earned an M.Sc. with merit in regulation from the London School of Economics. Enza recently completed an intensive course at the London School of Economics focusing on IPRs and the security and privacy of cyberspace. Enza speaks fluent Italian and English.

Enza Iannopollo's Research

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  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: The Forrester Wave™: Privacy Management Software, Q1 2020

    The 15 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up

    March 30, 2020Enza Iannopollo

    In our 26-criterion evaluation of privacy management software providers, we identified the 15 most significant ones — Crownpeak, DataGrail, LogicGate, LogicManager, Nymity, OneTrust, Poslovna inteligencija, Privacy Company, SAI Global, SAP, SECURITI.ai, Smart Global Privacy, Syrenis, TrustArc, and WireWheel — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps security and risk (S&R) and privacy professionals select the right one for their needs.

  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: Shift From Privacy Readiness To Sustained Compliance

    Roadmap: The Data Security And Privacy Playbook

    February 6, 2020Enza Iannopollo

    New privacy rules are popping up all over the world. Increasingly, security and risk (S&R) and privacy professionals believe that maintaining compliance with global privacy regulations is one of their top challenges. Read this report to learn the steps to take to shift from privacy readiness to sustained compliance and respond appropriately to the ever-evolving privacy landscape.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: Assess Your Cybersecurity And Privacy Maturity

    Assessment: The Cybersecurity And Privacy Playbook

    January 3, 2020Enza Iannopollo, Renee Murphy

    Weak cybersecurity and privacy practices reflect poorly on your company's brand, making it less attractive to customers, partners, employees, and investors. CIOs who want to drive and sustain business success must regularly assess their firm's approach to cybersecurity and privacy, then partner with their security and privacy colleagues to build a continuous improvement program. This report details the key capabilities that CIOs should focus on when measuring the maturity of their cybersecurity and privacy programs, providing a framework and tool for self-assessment. Forrester updates this report regularly to ensure accuracy and relevance.

  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: Don't Poison Your Employee Experience With The Wrong Approach To Insider Threat

    Security Leaders Must Balance Security, Governance, And Employee Privacy

    December 20, 2019 Joseph Blankenship, Enza Iannopollo

    Your colleagues are one of the biggest threats to the security of your organization, but treating them as criminals is obviously not an option. Considerations for employees' privacy, company culture, and local standards for lawful, fair, and acceptable labor practices are key to the success of your insider threat program. This report helps security and risk (S&R) pros set up a program that not only delivers against their security objectives, but doesn't sacrifice employee experience (EX).

  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: How To Manage Brexit's Impact: CISO Edition

    Focus On Data Protection, Staffing, And Regulatory Alignment

    December 12, 2019 Paul McKay, Enza Iannopollo

    While the recent UK general election has provided certainty that the first stage of Brexit will happen on January 31, the certainty only persists until the end of 2020. It's still possible that a World Trade Organization (WTO) terms transition will occur if a trade deal is not agreed to and ratified with the EU within the next 12 months. Regardless of the final outlook of the trade deal, we know that Brexit will impact recruitment, staffing, trade arrangements, data protection, and security cooperation with the EU. Chief information security officers (CISOs) should use this report to prioritize their Brexit to-do lists over the coming 12 months.

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