Jennifer Kashatus DLA Piper, Partner
Adam Kraidin MSCI Inc., Executive Director, Data Privacy Officer
Jordan Kanfer NTT America, EVP - Global Enterprise Solutions & General Counsel
Program Level: Beginner
Duration: 60 minutes
Delivery Date: December 17, 2018
Release Date: January 23, 2019
In this session, participants will gain a greater understanding of why every company, including companies in the B2B space, should have a data privacy (as distinct from cybersecurity) program. Participants will hear from panelists about key drivers that led their companies to create such programs, including a brief review of key federal, state, and international data protection laws, as well as gain tips about how to get started in the creation of their own program.
Improved awareness of necessity of creating a data protection program; key components and governance of such a program (including, in particular, for B2B companies); brief overview of legal requirements with which companies must comply in creating their program.
|–||Necessity of Creating a Data Privacy Program (brief overview of key domestic federal, state, and international regulations)|
|–||Customer demand for creating a privacy program|
|–||Key components of a privacy program (including reference to required components under the EU General Data Protection|
|–||Regulation and the upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018)|
|–||Vendor Relationships (due diligence, reference to Massachusetts and California privacy laws; tips for negotiating with vendors/customers)|
This program is also currently available for 1.0 general credit in the following states:
*In Hawaii and New Jersey, we rely on their reciprocity policies pursuant to which our programs are deemed accredited once they are approved in the various reciprocity states where we apply such as California, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas.
Partner, DLA Piper
Executive Director, Data Privacy Officer, MSCI Inc.
EVP - Global Enterprise Solutions & General Counsel, NTT America