Original Broadcast Date: July 11, 2013
With every new state, federal and international privacy law enacted, the need for solid legal guidance increases for organizations that deal with personal and sensitive information. Whether that advice comes in the form of full-time internal counsel or occasional external assistance, privacy professionals are rapidly becoming the essential go-to people for this knowledge, and privacy jobs are proliferating. If you’re considering entering the field or would like to advance your career, how should you get started? And what paths might you follow? Join our panel of privacy pros—both seasoned and novice—to hear their stories, learn what to prioritize and discover what the first years will likely bring. A high-level view of basic privacy laws will be covered as well.
- Scott R. Boesel, Senior Counsel, Xerox Corporation
- Jacob J. Herstek, CIPP/US, Of Counsel, Nixon Peabody LLP
- Lauren James, Attorney, Wittie, Letsche & Waldo LLP