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Create your own customized program of privacy and technology learning from the rich menu of web events at IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. Online.

P.S.R. Online is the top series of web events focused on the intersection of privacy and technology. It features expert-led live and recorded sessions focused on key topics in the fast-developing field of privacy engineering. Sessions will explore issues such as consumer backlash against tracking technology, creating non-discriminating AI products, building high-performing privacy programs on a shoestring and more.

Technology’s influence on privacy grows almost daily. Get the knowledge to turn change to your advantage by registering for P.S.R. Online sessions today.

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    Rising Above the Fray: Building a Privacy Office with ImpactACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Oct. 8, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by BigID and the IAPP

    The day-to-day reality of running a privacy office is a balancing act, and growing regulatory complexity, as well as enterprise concern about privacy risk, has amplified the demands on the privacy team’s expertise, guidance and resources. How can privacy offices avoid being submerged and build a sustainable, responsive and agile privacy program? How can privacy teams take a proactive role in ensuring privacy protection, facilitate collaboration for the ethical use of data and ensure that the enterprise is taking the right steps to uphold their customer commitments?

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panelists:
    Heather Federman, CIPP/US
    , VP of Privacy and Policy, BigID
    Greg Pemberton, Global Privacy Officer, Sony Interactive Entertainment

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Discrimination in Health Care and BeyondACCESS NOW

    Release Date: Oct. 13, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    This session will review and evaluate the developing law of discrimination in connection with health care and beyond, focusing on how the law defines risks and obligations for big data and artificial intelligence. We will assess the state of the law, identify likely future developments, and provide a roadmap for how companies can navigate this increasingly complicated area. We also will address the question of whether these discrimination issues are best addressed through privacy law or otherwise. The speakers’ focus will be on healthcare, but these principles extend to other areas of big data and artificial intelligence. They will offer different perspectives based on their work in the healthcare industry and beyond in developing compliance programs and practical, ethical approaches on these critical discrimination issues.

    Kirk Nahra, CIPP/US, Co-Chair, Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice, WilmerHale
    Regina Rodriguez , Partner, WilmerHale

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    From Start-Up to Public: Building a Mature Privacy Program on a ShoestringACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Oct. 14, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Slack. Twilio. Cloudflare. Three of tech’s fastest-growing enterprise companies with privacy programs lead by women. Join this all-female panel session for in-the-trenches advice from three privacy leaders who have built and scaled privacy programs as their companies went from start up to public and beyond. Join this panel to learn about actionable tips to scale a privacy program at a fast-growing company. No budget? No problem. You will get real talk on building a forward-looking privacy program amid changing global regulations when resources are tight; using certifications and frameworks to help build and scale your program; how to prep your program for IPO, acquisition and beyond; and building a privacy program in line with benefit-cost ratios.

    Kenesa Ahmad, CIPP/US, Partner, Aleada
    Robin Andruss, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, Director, Privacy, Twilio
    Megan Cristina, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, CPO, Slack
    Emily Hancock, CIPP/E, DPO, Cloudflare

    Free Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    Mobile Location Analytics: Addressing Opt-Outs and the ‘Creepy’ FactorACCESS NOW

    Release Date: Oct. 20, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    Explore the latest considerations arising from mobile location analytics and tracking capabilities in the retail sector. As individuals recognize the pervasive use of location tracking, following substantial media coverage and cookies guidance from international regulators, location analytics has reached a critical point in consumer perception. Consumers value the efficiency of a cookie-filled online environment, but increased awareness of targeted advertising causes backlash about the “creepiness” of tracking — particularly when it extends to the physical world, where beacons and targeted advertising are deployed in brick-and-mortar stores, restaurants and other offline locations. If the creepy factor is not effectively addressed, we expect consumers to exercise their right to opt out of tracking. We discuss the ethics of consent, digital trust and achieving personalization without the perception of constant surveillance. The session also covers government access to location data and compares U.S. and EU approaches to consent. We also briefly touch on location data use cases in the changing post-Covid environment (e.g., contact tracing and notification/consent).

    Christopher Avery, CIPP/US, Counsel, Davis Wright Tremaine
    Jennie Cunningham, Senior Associate, PwC
    Gediminas Ramanauskas, CIPP/A, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, Privacy Director, Senior Counsel Tapestry

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    What Comes After Cookies? Preparing for Life After Third-Party CookiesACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Oct. 20, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by OneTrust and the IAPP

    What comes after the end of third-party cookies? Marketers, advertisers and publishers have long relied on third-party cookies for tracking, data collection, and ad personalization and targeting. As browser providers move to offer more transparency, third-party cookies are being deprecated. In this session, we review the timeline for third-party cookies and the current privacy landscape and ecosystem that is driving the changes. We also cover the opportunity for quality first-party data collection and strategies for building trust with your audience.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panelists:
    Claire Feeney
    , Director, OneTrust PreferenceChoice
    Faiza Javaid, VP, Deputy General Counsel, G/O Media

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    ERM 2.0: Driving Business Strategy & Operations in Alignment with PrivacyACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Oct. 21, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is crucial to understanding strategic and operational risks to the business. As the privacy landscape evolves, how are changing requirements embedded in the ERM program? How does privacy qualify as a top priority enterprise risk? New regulations are forcing companies to rethink their business strategies. Some companies halted plans to develop online/offline consumer profiles using location analytics and third-party data. Others shifted resources to renegotiate hundreds of contracts on “sale” of personal information. A major hurdle to understanding reputational and financial risks in the current privacy landscape, ERM has the potential to foster true privacy by design. How should compliance and innovation teams work together to make data use, sharing and collection less scary, bring evolving privacy risks to leadership, and prioritize innovation in a responsible way? This session will discuss how privacy risks should flow up to organizations’ ERM programs to drive business strategy, risk mitigation, and leadership decision making; the role of stakeholders, including internal audit; and how to message to boards that data privacy justifies consideration beyond security.

    Jocelyn Aqua, Principal, Privacy and Cybersecurity, PwC
    Renuka Darbha, Director, Enterprise Risk and Business Resiliency, Box.com
    Anya Fleischer, Senior Manager Enterprise Risk and Business Continuity Programs, Autodesk
    Alexandra Ross, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, PLS, Director, Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel, Autodesk

    Free Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    We Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change: Stories of Data Protection in M&AComing Soon!

    Release Date: Oct. 27, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    While each acquisition is different, acquired companies face similar data protection challenges while trying to build their business, navigate an acquisition and continue to grow while integrating with another business. Buyers often assume the liabilities of an acquired company, including past and future noncompliance with data protection laws. It can be challenging to balance “not changing” what made the target attractive in the first place with the risks to the buyer of integrating new people, products and processes that may still be maturing on the data protection front. During this session, panelists from outside counsel, in-house legal and program management will share their perspectives and discuss the privacy compliance pain points across the lifecycle of an acquired company. They will also outline strategies to address challenges such as data integration, notices, marketing and global compliance, including for GDPR and CCPA.

    Bret Cohen, Partner, Hogan Lovells
    Stacey Kinley, CIPM, Privacy Program Manager, Autodesk
    Volha Samasiuk, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, PLS, Senior Privacy Counsel, Autodesk

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    Does Your Info Spark Joy? Life-Changing Magic of Data MinimizationComing Soon!

    Release Date: Oct. 28, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    Does the data you keep spark joy or stress? The GDPR, HIPAA and other laws and industry standards require or encourage that data not be retained indefinitely. But how do you balance future business and consumer needs versus the benefits of deleting data? Is deletion, anonymization, or pseudonymization the better option? And when should you delete or transform data? We will explore answers and outline case studies and practical solutions to help you declutter your compliance household.

    Kelsey Finch, CIPP/US, Senior Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum
    Holly Gion, CIPP/US, CPO, Alaska Airlines
    Sheila Sokolowski, Partner, Health and Biotech Privacy Chair, Hintze Law

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    Where’s the Data? How to Find Your Biggest Privacy, Security & Governance RisksACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Oct. 28, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by OneTrust and the IAPP

    Over the last decade, data has become the driving force behind businesses, economies and daily life. But sometimes, something as simple as knowing what data you have and where that data lives within (and outside of) your organization can be your biggest governance, security and privacy risks. As stricter data laws are enacted across the globe and consumers exercise new privacy rights over their data, it is more crucial than ever to find the best ways to find, manage, query and action data. In this session, we will discuss the drivers behind the discovery, share real case studies of how companies are managing data challenges, and outline tips on how data discovery can help with compliance.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Sam Gillespie, CIPP/E, CIPM, GRC Solutions Engineer, OneTrust

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Post 'Schrems II': Examining Your Options and How to Action the RulingACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Oct. 29, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by OneTrust and the IAPP

    It has been more than two months since the "Schrems II" decision, and many organizations are still weighing their options, with the goal of remaining compliant. Although a new EU-U.S. agreement for data transfers remains a possibility, organizations recognize the requirement to move forward with alternative transfer mechanisms and need answers now to start operationalizing their obligations.

    So, what to do next?

    Understanding standard contractual clauses is one thing, but getting started is another. And how would you operationally begin conducting case-by-case assessments? Many organizations are in the dark about how to proceed.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Robert Ball, CIPP/E, Chief Business Development Officer, General Counsel, Ionic Security
    Paul Breitbarth, Director, EU Operations and Strategy, TrustArc
    Jim Harvey, Partner, Alston & Bird
    Hilary Wandall, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, Senior VP, Privacy Intelligence and General Counsel, TrustArc

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Privacy in the Boardroom: The Metrics, Dashboards, and Reporting You NeedACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Nov. 4, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by OneTrust and the IAPP

    Stakeholder support for a privacy program is key, especially as compliance programs grow and organizations focus their attention on an increasing number of regulations and frameworks from around the world. With so much information at play in a program, how do you know what to present in the boardroom? This session will take a look at the key metrics and deliverables, dashboards, and reports that demonstrate the functionality and success of your organization’s privacy program.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Tess Macapinlac, CIPP/E, CIPM, Privacy Associate, OneTrust

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    AI, A Privacy Odyssey: Conducting Privacy Assessments on AI ProjectsACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: Nov. 5, 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Artificial intelligence is gaining traction not only in traditional tech companies, but across other industries. More data could mean better, and even fairer, models and outcomes, but also raises unique privacy challenges. How does a privacy or security professional review AI initiatives to help their business clients while reducing legal risk to the company? Join this interactive session to walk through an example AI project and learn the process, including: the basics of AI, what questions to ask, what laws might apply, how to conduct a PIA and how to assist with privacy engineering solutions. This session is designed to give you practical skills and resources that you can apply real-time at work. You will hear from an in-house legal privacy leader, a privacy architect at a major tech company, and a partner at a large firm who will bring their real-world experience to guide you through this mock privacy review.

    Nishant Bhajaria Privacy Architecture and Strategy, Uber
    Cara Dearman, CIPP/US, DPO, RSM
    Carolyn Metnick, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery

    Free Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    Data Sharing for Research: Advancing Science While Protecting PrivacyComing Soon!

    Release Date: Nov. 5, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    Data held by companies holds the potential to unlock new scientific insights that can benefit society and expand human knowledge. When responsibly shared with academic researchers, this data can support progress in medicine and public health, education, social science, and many other fields. But companies face a variety of barriers to sharing data for academic research, including the need to protect privacy, address commercial concerns, maintain ethical standards and comply with legal obligations. This panel will discuss those barriers and practical approaches for addressing and overcoming them.

    Mike Hintze, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, Partner, Hintze Law
    Emily McReynolds, CIPP/E, Senior Program Manager, AI Research, Microsoft
    Elaine Sedenberg, Privacy and Data Policy Manager, Facebook

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    Privacy in 2030 — AR/VR and Brain-Control Interfaces Will Shape the Next DecadeComing Soon!

    Release Date: Nov. 6, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    New user interfaces will have an outsized impact on privacy over the next decade. Traditional tools like the keyboard, mouse and touchscreen are already being supplemented by voice controls, and novel user interfaces like augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and brain-control interfaces (BCIs). Gestures are on the way. AR and VR systems are immersive interfaces supplementing entertainment, education and communication applications. Brain-control interfaces are devices that translate imaged brain activity into a machine-readable format. BCIs are used for device control, accessibility, detection of brain disorders and measuring worker productivity and student engagement. These technologies use personal neuro-data, improving products while posing unique privacy and security risks. This session will introduce attendees to next-generation technologies and associated challenges. Attendees will learn how leaders set policies, form best practices and adopt privacy enhancing technologies to maximize the utility of novel devices while mitigating privacy risks.

    Moderator: Jeremy Greenberg, Policy Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum
    Betsy Greytok, VP, Ethics & Policy, IBM
    Peter Reiner, Professor of Neuroethics, University of British Columbia
    Frank Torres, Director of Consumer Affairs and Senior Policy Counsel, Microsoft

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

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    Will the Stars Finally Align for a Federal Privacy Law?Coming Soon!

    Release Date: Nov. 13, 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    As the collection, use and sharing of personal data grows, and consumers and businesses are increasingly required to navigate a tangled web of confusing data privacy regulations from various levels of government, there has been a clamor for Congress to enact comprehensive federal privacy legislation that will give consumers more rights and the FTC increased powers. Federal privacy and data security legislation is viewed by many as inevitable, though recent attempts have once again stalled in the face of COVID-19 challenges and election uncertainties. Various proposals for privacy legislation have many similarities to CCPA, which is currently the de facto national standard, including obligations about mapping data and giving consumers rights that cover how companies may use and share customer and employee data. But what type of law would Congress actually pass, and will state laws like CCPA survive a federal law? This panel of insiders gives their forecasts.

    Cameron Kerry, Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Brookings Institute
    Maureen Ohlhausen, Former Acting Chairman, Federal Trade Commission; Partner, Baker Botts
    Michelle Richardson, Director, Privacy and Data Project, Center for Democracy and Technology
    Christine Wilson, Commissioner, U.S. Federal Trade Commission

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149

 

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Gain deeper perspectives on privacy and technology issues in these interactive online forums.

Ask the Expert

Unique opportunities to quiz some of privacy’s top minds. No questions are off limits in these interactive LinkedIn Live sessions. After the event, you may submit your participation for 1.0 CPE. Submit here.
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Lothar Determann – California Consumer Privacy
Oct. 23 | 12 p.m. ET | 1 CPE

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Peer-to-Peer Roundtables

Connect with your peers over shared interests in these moderated online discussions. Each roundtable will have a general theme for discussion in groups of 20-25.

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The Demo Center provides easy access to online demonstrations of the latest privacy products and services. Just click on a category then on the vendors you want to see demos from.

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