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Mobile, Biometrics and Consumer Privacy: Shutting Pandora’s Box

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016  Stewart Room, CIPP/E, Global Head, Data Protection and Cyber Security, PwC Legal; Todd Thiemann, VP Marketing, Nok Nok Labs Organizations with consumer-facing mobile applications are embracing biometrics as a compelling method to authenticate consumers. Privacy professionals need to understand the privacy implications posed by using biometrics such as fingerprint sensors, face recognition and eye recognition as well as future biometric modalities. Cloud security... Read More

Implementing Security, Privacy and Fair Data Use Principles

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Peter Cullen, CIPP/US, Executive Strategist, Policy Innovation, Information Accountability Foundation; Barbara Lawler, CIPM, CIPP/US, FIP, CPO, Intuit; Troy Sauro, Senior Privacy Counsel, Google; Toby Spry, CIPP/US, Cybersecurity and Privacy Director, PwC The drive for rapid product and service development is peaking right as information security, privacy and fair data use command unprecedented international regulatory and consumer attention. Companies are racing ... Read More

Cyber Insurance Trends and Recent Developments

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Monique Ferraro, CIPP/US, Counsel, Cyber and Privacy Risk Practice, HSB; U.S. Cyber Practice, Munich Re; Liz Limjuco, VP, Professional Liability and Cyber Advisor, Marsh Data breaches, cyber-attacks and IoT failures potentially expose individuals and businesses of all sizes to compromised privacy, theft of intellectual property and possible personal and property damage. Yet, few targets carry cyber insurance even though commercial general liability policies often... Read More

EU–U.S. Privacy Shield: The Nuts and Bolts

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Allison Brody, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Deputy Counsel, Privacy, RELX Group; Caitlin Fennessy, CIPP/US, Policy Advisor, Data Flows and Privacy Team, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce; Frances Henderson, CIPP/US, VP and National Director, Privacy Initiatives, Council of Better Business Bureaus Following an arduous back and forth with the European Commission, the U.S. Department of Commerce began accepting self-certification to the EU-U.S. Priv... Read More

Preparing for the GDPR: Attaining and Demonstrating Compliance

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Joseph Alhadeff, VP, Global Public Policy and Chief Privacy Strategist, Oracle; Paul Breitbarth, Director, EU-U.S. Data Protection Projects, Senior Solutions Advisor, Nymity How will you comply with the EU GDPR? What approach will you take? What resources will you need and where will they come from? This session outlines an accountability approach to attaining and maintaining GDPR compliance through the “appropriate technical and organizational measures” required ... Read More

Managing Privacy and Security Marketing Risks: Guaranteed or Your Money Back!

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Ruby Zefo, CIPM, CIPP/US, VP Law and Policy Group, Chief Privacy and Security Counsel, Intel Products and services that protect privacy and enable appropriate security measures can be competitive differentiators. But carelessly marketing data security, security products, security features or privacy features may result in the wrath of regulators, class-action litigation, brand tarnishment and lost sales, particularly after a data breach. In this interactive sessio... Read More

Cloud without Borders: Paving the Way for Global Security and Privacy

Sanjay Jacob, Global Head, Intelligent Cloud, Strategic Industries, Microsoft; Dana Simberkoff, CIPP/US, Chief Compliance and Risk Officer, AvePoint It’s not a question of if you are going to go to the cloud—it’s a question of what you are going to put in the cloud. Here, we will explore methods to ensure IT, security and privacy work better together, prepare your organization for global data protection and privacy regulations and securely manage and share information on premise and in the clou... Read More

The Perfect Storm of Risk: When Mobile and Cloud Computing Collide

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Alan Brill, CIPP/US, Senior Managing Director, Kroll; Craig Cardon, Partner, Sheppard Mullin; Sachin Kothari, CIPP/US, Director of Online Privacy, Compliance, and Standards, AT&T The cloud phenomenon increasingly combines mobile and remote computing to create a nexus of risk for sensitive information. As companies and organizations adopt and implement the infrastructure and applications of the cloud, a variety of issues emerge with data protection, access, au... Read More

Privacy, Ethics and Enabling the Student Data Analytics Revolution

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016 Moderator: Sol Bermann, CIPP/US, Privacy Officer, IT Policy and Compliance Strategist, University of Michigan; Mike Daniel, Director, Policy and Operations, Office of Academic Innovation, University of Michigan; Kent Wada, CPO and Director, Strategic IT Policy, UCLA Colleges and universities are increasingly leveraging big data and data science to improve student learning outcomes and retention and graduation rates. Predictive analytics promises to widen the pathw... Read More

Building a Privacy Program That Drives Value

Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016  Aileen Cronin, Associate General Counsel and Managing Director, Information and Compliance, Alaska Airlines; Aaron Weller, CIPM, CIPP/US, CIPT, FIP, Managing Director, PwC Privacy is continually in the headlines, so why is it often difficult to acquire additional funding for one’s privacy program? Hear from the experiences of PwC’s Privacy and Consumer Protection Practice and others on how privacy programs may obtain increased budgets by demonstrating the value t... Read More