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Daniel Barber

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Daniel Barber: CEO of DataGrail | What Are Companies Doing to Protect Your Data? - Episode 37

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Daniel Barber, CEO of DataGrail, joins Dominique and David to describe how he sees company compliance with the GDPR and CCPA, oversights, mistakes, and best practices. He delves into the disconnect between individuals’ perceptions of their privacy rights and how those can clash with business objectives. He talks about how the business community is responding to the Chinese data privacy law that went into effect on November 1, 2021, and the dramatic impact of that legislation. DataGrail is aimed at assuring companies comply with the GDPR, CCPA, and all other privacy statutes. Daniel argues strongly for transparency in data usage and security and is a major influencer in the privacy and data management space. DataGrail made headlines in March 2021 in TechCrunch, DataGrail snares $30M Series B to help deal with privacy regulations.https://techcrunch.com/2021/03/10/datagrail-snares-30m-series-b-to-help-deal-with-privacy-regulations/


3 Dec 2021

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086 _ Daniel Barber _ ’Climate Histories’

Night White Skies

Daniel A. Barber is Associate Professor and Chair of the PhD Program in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. His research and teaching narrate eco-critical histories of architecture and seek pathways into the post-hydrocarbon future. We discuss on this episode his most recent book 'Modern Architecture and Climate: Design before Air Conditioning (Princeton UP, 2020)

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27 Sep 2021

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Daniel Barber, CEO at DataGrail, and Andy Raskin, Strategic Narrative Consultant

B2B Category Creators with Gil Allouche

In our 16th episode, Gil talks about category creation with two B2B leaders who have shaped the data privacy management and strategic narrative categories. Panelists for this episode include Daniel Barber, CEO & Co-founder at DataGrail and one of the influencers behind the integrated privacy solution category, and Andy Raskin, Strategic Narrative Consultant to CEOs. You'll walk away from this episode with a greater understanding of storytelling, market research, and product development. BONUS! Andy shares a strategy you can use to transform complicated product messaging into simple stories.


29 Jul 2021

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Ep.29 | Daniel Barber, pianist, musician & coach

VOCE Dialogues

Chloë Goodchild in conversation with pianist, musician & coach, Daniel Barber, discussing compassion, improvisation, healing, performance, sound, music as metaphor, and much more.The VOCE Dialogues offer a simple, accessible in-depth ground for poets, authors, musicians, visual artists, and visionary teachers to share and disseminate their insights about the transformative practice of contemplative, creative and compassionate communication.Daniel Barber led a wedding/dance band for over 10 years, performed with Asheville Playback Theatre (improv actor and musician), and has been a social worker, social scientist, video producer and political activist.  He has led the Jubilee! Community World Beat Band in Asheville NC since 2001, playing a variety of jazz, blues, rock, Latin music to support and enrich the community's Sunday morning ritual celebrations.Throughout his life, he has been stubbornly engaged in finding ways to make the world a better place. In his work at I Am Sound, he helps people who are feeling stuck, out of tune and uncertain to inhabit their authentic creative selves on piano and elsewhere in their lives in the midst of whatever is going on around them.He created a 6-phase process called TAP the Flow that integrates mindful awareness practices with his own music improvisation modality to help them connect with, own and express their natural genius in all areas of their lives.This offers people a fun and rewarding pathway for embodying their deeper purpose and more fully inhabiting their own true place in the world.https://www.danielbarber.com/Chloë Goodchild is an international singer, innovatory educator, author and founder of The Naked Voice (1990) and its UK Charitable Foundation (2004), dedicated to the realization of compassionate communication in all realms of human life. Deafness in childhood catalysed Chloë’s deep encounter with her inner self, and began a lifetime’s experiential research into the voice as a catalyst for personal evolution and global transformation.https://www.chloegoodchild.com/


19 Feb 2021

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174. Daniel Barber

Scratching the Surface

Daniel Barber is an Associate Professor of Architecture and Chair of the Graduate Group in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. His research focuses on architecture and climate change, both historic and contemporary. He is the author, most recently, of Modern architecture and Climate: Design before Air Conditioning. In this episode, Jarrett and Daniel talk about the new book, how air condition changed modern architecture, and how we can better engage with the climate crisis. Links from this episode can be found at scratchingthesurface.fm/174-daniel-barber.


3 Feb 2021

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What He Learned from 1,000 Interviews (ft. Daniel Barber @ Datagrail)

Start With Who: The Interview Intelligence Podcast

Grace and Ben give a warm welcome to Daniel Barber! Daniel has a wealth of tech leadership experience and is currently the CEO & Co-founder at DataGrail. A few years back, he wrote a piece for Salesforce entitled "What I’ve Learned from Interviewing 1,000 People." This article captivated us, and we wanted him on the show! Daniel did not disappoint, chatting about:How the most successful people have deep passion for the mission—and how to discern if candidates have itThe importance of building diverse teams—and the dangers of pattern-matching against your own biases.The value of being in person for interviewsHow to build a "winning team" and look for value alignment, not "culture fit"And of course, don't forget the speed round...are centipedes proof of aliens?!Thanks for listening to Start with Who: The Interview Intelligence Podcast! This podcast is presented by Luma—where we're on a mission to make hiring and interviewing more efficient and equitable. Come check out what we're building, or connect with Grace and Ben on LinkedIn! See you next time!


2 Feb 2021

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Impacts of CCPA and GDPR on a business, dealing with data deletion requests, and how to make the process more efficient with Daniel Barber, DataGrail CEO

The Tech Trek

Meet: Daniel Barber is the CEO & Co-founder of DataGrail. In the new age of privacy, DataGrail is the only purpose-built privacy management platform that ensures sustained compliance with the GDPR, CCPA, and forthcoming regulation. Prior to DataGrail, Daniel led revenue teams at DocuSign, Datanyze (acquired by ZoomInfo), ToutApp (acquired by Marketo), and Responsys (acquired by Oracle). He also advises several high-growth startups including Chorus.ai, Outreach.io, and SignOnSite. What you’ll learn: - Privacy is not optional and how to protect yourself - The manual complexities around handling privacy requests resulting from CCPA and GDPR - The benefits of automating privacy deletion requests and the risk of something slipping through the cracks If you would like to reach out to Daniel about anything he discussed on the podcast, please reach out to him via LinkedIn or Twitter: https://twitter.com/gaijindan https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-barber/


29 Sep 2020

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Ep. 5 - Daniel Barber, CEO of DataGrail, on privacy and tech startups

Voices of eCommerce

Daniel Barber, CEO and co-founder of DataGrail, joins us to talk about his career and the need for companies to manage customer privacy amid new regulations. Specifically, we discuss: How living and working around the world impacted his ability to lead diverse teams The merging of marketing and technology Why continuous learning is critical for success The hardest part of running a startup is finding the right talent How DataGrail provides transparency and control to eCommerce companies  Why new privacy laws, specifically EU's GDPR and California's CCPA, have created huge regulatory demands on business. Creating technology excellence to ensure the customer experience works every time, the first timeHow transparency provides ethical excellence in privacy Gaining faster time to value for your customer through a "no code" experience Using strategic corporate capital partnerships for 10x multipliersBooks mentioned in this podcast: - "The World is Flat" by Thomas Friedman    - "Measure What Matters" by John Doerr - "Why We Sleep" by Matthew Walker  - "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries - "eCommerce: A Stakeholder Approach" by John Drake 


7 Aug 2020

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Focus on the problem with Daniel Barber

Startup Sales

Startup Sales is helping early stage B2B startups get to $1 million ARR then scale to $5 million. With this podcast we help founders and early sales leaders with building a repeatable and scalable sales process. We have workshops for early stage startups with an average sales price over $1,000 monthly. In the workshops we work with you on getting traction in sales by creating a structure for your calls, demos, POCs and communication. We help find the right way to price your product to reduce friction and make it easy to buy.  Learn more at StartupSales.io This weeks guest is Daniel Barber. You can find Adam’s LinkedIn profile here. The post Focus on the problem with Daniel Barber appeared first on Startup Sales.


21 Jul 2020

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Modern Architecture and Climate by Daniel Barber


Daniel A. Barber is an Associate Professor of Architecture and Chair of the PhD Program in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. His books—Modern Architecture and Climate: Design before Air Conditioning and A House in the Sun: Modern Architecture and Solar Energy in the Cold War—examine historical relationships between architecture and global environmental culture, reframing the means and ends of architectural expertise to frame a more robust engagement with the climate crisis of the present. Barber edits the Accumulation series on the e-flux Architecture online platform, an annual dossier of essays that explore how media analyses provide access to processes of accumulation, material and symbolic, that are endemic to climate instabilities. He is cofounder of Current: a platform for the discussion of environmental histories of architecture, launching summer 2020.More about the book: https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691170039/modern-architecture-and-climateTranscript and recommendations for further reading: https://thinkbelt.org/shows/interstitial/modern-architecture-and-climate-daniel-barber


14 Jul 2020