Original Broadcast Date: September 27, 2012
For organizations seeking to integrate the Fair Information Practice Principles—including accountability—into their programs, success can hinge on consistent policy implementation. Yet, creating consistency across diverse business units and departments—often within multiple jurisdictions—is challenging to say the least. So, how does an enterprise establish a sustainable program that is effective today and flexible enough to adapt to market changes, technology developments and regulatory modifications? Join our expert panel and hear how three senior executives have built and maintained comprehensive programs across an array of sectors through documented policies and procedures and well-thought-out communication, education and training activities. (Part two of a three part series).
- Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, The Corporate Privacy Group
- Mary Ellen Callahan, CIPP/US, Partner, Jenner & Block
- Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Privacy General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.
- David A. Hoffman, CIPP/US, Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation