GTC held “A Toolkit for Data Privacy & Security” Conference on September 29th at the Downtown Harvard Club. Practical steps were provided to enhance organization’s data privacy and security compliance program, with guidance from well-respected experts in the field. Attendees were introduced to experienced consultants and vendors who can assist in these areas.
You have likely been inundated with alerts about the new EU-US Privacy Shield and its availability as of August 1, 2016. Companies certifying compliance with the Privacy Shield can benefit in bringing EU-origin information into the US, but will increase their risk of enforcement actions if their US-centric policies do not meet EU standards. GTC’s noted privacy expert David Bender, whose summary of the privacy shield is available here, explored the pros and cons in more detail at the Conference.
Our agenda is included below. If you have any questions about the Conference, please contact Sayoko Blodgett-Ford at GTC (email@example.com).
GTC Conference: A Toolkit for Data Privacy & Security
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Harvard Club – downtown Boston, 1 Federal Street, Boston MA 02110
8:30am – 12:30pm
Kick Off: Tom Hemnes, Member, GTC Law Group PC
In-house Counsel Data/Privacy Compliance Program Tips from the Trenches (Panel)
Alexis Goltra, Chief Privacy Officer, Oracle Corporation
Scott Semel, EVP and GC, Intralinks, Inc.
Danielle Sheer, VP & GC, Carbonite, Inc.
Tom Hemnes, Member, GTC – moderator
EU-US Privacy Shield and EU GDPR Tips
David Bender, Special Counsel, Data Privacy, GTC
Data Security, Disputes & Cyberinsurance Strategies (Panel)
Rocco Grillo, Executive Managing Director/Cyber Resilience Leader, Stroz Friedberg
Mark P. Szpak, Partner, Ropes & Gray LLP
John Paul Sutrich, President, ARI Risk Management Consultants
Paul-Johan Jean, CIPP/US, GIAC/GLEG, Co-Founder and Member, GTC – co-moderator
Rick Olin, CIPP/US, Counsel, GTC – co-moderator
Closing & Toolkit: Sayoko Blodgett-Ford, Member, GTC
Meet and Greet Session: with speakers plus additional experts
CLE: Pending approval from the State Bar of California for 3 hours of General Credit.
Parking: 1 Federal or Post Office Square (one block away).