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IAPP Web Conferences

IAPP Web Conferences

Get smart on the latest and greatest in privacy — right from the comfort of your own desk. Listen in to hear the experts discuss the topics you need to know about and get your questions answered. (And go ahead, put your feet up — we won’t tell.)

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Recent Web Conferences

Did you miss a recent IAPP web conference? No worries. We have a whole library of web conference recordings, separated by recent airings and topic below.

Web Conference: Why Privacy Departments Hold the Key to Incident Response

Original broadcast date: 27 July 2021  What’s the real role of the privacy department in an incident? Turns out it’s a critical piece of the response puzzle. Through the difficult lessons of past incidents, organizations have learned forensic analysis is a team effort between the privacy and security departments. As it turns out, the services the privacy team provides to the resolution of the incident can extend beyond the singular event, and elevate the status and visibility of the privacy function and team within the broader organization. In this interactive, educational virtual session learn how you can start preparing to effectively handle a future incident, while also making clear the value of the privacy team's critical role within the business.  Read More

Web Conference: The New Frontier: Privacy, Big Data, and Antitrust

Original broadcast date: 27 July 2021  Recent years have seen a fast-emerging regulatory and legislative trend involving the combination of privacy and antitrust law, big data and digital platforms. The legal and enforcement framework is beginning to gel in Canada, the EU, the U.K. and the U.S., and it's only a matter of time before the issue materializes in Asia-Pacific, Latin America and South America, leaving companies with those holding market power and big data in the crosshairs of an entirely new risk. Read More

Web Conference: Your Roadmap to CPRA Compliance in 60 Days

Original broadcast date: 22 July 2021  The California Privacy Rights Act comes into effect on January 1, 2023. Among its new requirements is a new data retention provision. Personal and sensitive information must be disposed of when its purpose has been fulfilled, and the organization must disclose the retention policy at the time of collection. Additionally, the data retention policies apply to data collected on or after January 1, 2022. Under CPRA, companies can no longer simply hold individuals’ personal data forever; they must have robust data retention and disposal practices. Read More

Web Conference: Privacy Incident Management Meets Intelligent Automation

Original broadcast date: 21 July 2021  Explore the business impact of intelligent automation in privacy incident response with Mahmood Sher-Jan, founder and CEO of RadarFirst. As organizations embrace digital transformation, it is the automation of critical business functions — like the privacy risk assessment — that deliver the most tangible business value. Read More

Web Conference: Security and Privacy: The Yin and Yang of Effective Enterprise Data Governance

Original broadcast date: 15 July 2021  To address mounting existential data exploits, siloed security and privacy capabilities are giving rise to a more effective Security and Privacy Operations Center (SPOC), whose combined charter is to implement and enforce data protection technology and controls throughout the entire life cycle of personal, sensitive and regulated data, and throughout the entire enterprise. By working together, security and privacy teams can achieve more effective data governance enterprise-wide and positively affect multiple facets of their organization’s business operations. Duplicative, separate operations are inefficient, prone to issues and fast becoming an unworkable strategy. Read More

Web Conference: Differential Privacy: Practical Overview and Implementation

Original broadcast date: 13 July 2021  In this interactive discussion experienced privacy experts provided a high-level overview of differential privacy concepts and reviewed the increasing number of actual implementations. The recognizable names may surprise you! The session is practical in nature and provides useful information on what it takes to implement DP in your organization. Read More

Web Conference: Building and Measuring Consumer Trust in an Evolving Cookie Landscape

Original broadcast date: 29 June 2021  The cookie landscape is shifting, yet consent requirements are still critical. Google is working with the industry on its Google Privacy Sandbox for audience segmentation (FLoC) and bidding algorithms (FLEDGE) to address use cases after the removal of third-party cookies in its Chrome browser. Companies are actively exploring ways to engage consumers directly and build consumer trust. Although organizations will continue to need to meet cookie consent and universal consent requirements, it’s more critical than ever to pay closer attention to improving consumer trust.  Read More

Web Conference: How to Deal with Facial Recognition and Make it Compliant?

Original broadcast date: 29 June 2021  Facial recognition is at the forefront of media. This is because governments are increasingly using it for surveillance and enforcement purposes, and because of Clearview’s leaked customer list. It showed us thousands of businesses are using its facial recognition database for commercial purposes and is key to considering how this technology can be developed and used in a compliant manner. Other relevant rules include monitoring behaviors and automated decision-making. Our panel addresses key questions that must be resolved, such as: how to ensure transparency, and is consent a viable option? This session will provide you with the views of experts from the public sector, the industry and the legal world. Read More

Web Conference: 'Schrems II' Data Transfers Impact: Steps to Protect and Enable Transfers

Original broadcast date: 28 June 2021  The Court of Justice of the European Union’s "Schrems II" decision, additional standard contractual clauses updates and soon-to-arrive European Data Protection Board recommendations are rapidly changing the requirements for how data is transferred from Europe. Organizations are working quickly to align with the latest guidance from countries and regulatory bodies, but recommendations may be difficult to operationalize. In this web conference panelists discuss the recommended measures to protect and allow transfers along with other related topics.  Read More

Web Conference: Talks for DPOs by Dutch DPOs

Original broadcast date: 28 June 2021  In this fast-paced, 45-minute session, delegates will hear animated and informative discussions from Dutch DPOs about their experiences navigating an ever-changing regulatory landscape during a year of pandemic-induced global uncertainty. What were their greatest challenges and successes? How do they prepare for an environment consistently in flux? How has the pandemic affected getting work done at their organization? Read More

Web Conference: Code of Conduct Under GDPR: Alignment, Interoperability and Potentials

Original broadcast date: 25 June 2021  With the advent of the GDPR and the increase in data protection regulations around the world, many companies are in search of a way to bridge the various policy and legal challenges. Both codes of conduct and alternative privacy regimes - as provided under Articles 40 and 41 of the GDPR - offer a practical and cost-effective way to demonstrate compliance. Giving the recent approval of the EU Cloud CoC as the first transnational code of conduct under the GDPR, our distinguished panel will give an overview of the trajectory that led to this milestone. In this context, panelists will be analyzing the ways by which the Code’s design, negotiation, and approval processes have impacted the privacy and cloud communities while supporting the establishment of an innovation-friendly regulatory environment. Read More

Web Conference: The Elephant in the Data Room — Privacy Challenges in M&A Transactions

Original broadcast date: 24 June 2021  Are most organizations thinking about data protection during mergers and acquisitions (M&A)? Have the customers’ data been lawfully collected? Has privacy by design been utilized when developing the product? This session gives a holistic view of data protection aspects needed for successful M&A transactions. Hear our panelists discuss the different stages of a typical transaction, how data or databases serve as a major asset of a transaction and challenges related to the need for data separation or data transfers. Stop ignoring the elephant in the data room and get these questions answered and more before your next major transaction. Read More

Web Conference: Humans in the Loop: Building a Culture of Responsible AI

Original broadcast date: 24 June 2021  In this interactive privacy education web conference we will describe a case study of how the governance structures of an enterprise privacy program can be extended to bring to life “responsible AI”, a growing area of research merging the concepts from privacy, data ethics and new areas, such as explainable AI. The speakers share knowledge of industry best practices and demonstrate methods for assessing risk in AI projects and for developing a framework for responsible AI. Read More

Web Conference: Jamming It Up! Innovative Solutions to the Online Consent Challenge

Original broadcast date: Late June 2021  In 2019-20 the OPC funded three design jams under its Contributions Program. Design jams are collaborative brainstorming events that bring together experts from various backgrounds with the aim of generating solutions in a creative environment. The design jams funded by the OPC all focused on one important theme: how to improve the online consent model, notably in the context of connected devices. This panel brings together the organizers of the three design jams, who present some of the solutions created at their events. Read More

Web Conference: ‘Privacy+’ for Developing and Deploying Artificial Intelligence

Original broadcast date: 24 June 2021  Taking a ‘Privacy+’ approach (privacy laws + specific AI guidelines), we explore several key topics to help you handle AI more effectively. These include how to fit into and manage an AI supply chain, what issues arise when training algorithms, and how to carry out a Data Protection Impact Assessment. We also discuss methods for explaining AI to data subjects, such as in a privacy policy, and what to do when rights requests arise. Finally, we review how to audit the performance of AI systems. Read More

Web Conference: FTC Rulemaking: A Solution for Federal Privacy Regulation?

Original broadcast date: 23 June 2021  As attempts to pass a federal privacy law have not yet come to fruition, some want to explore another avenue for a federal solution: U.S. Federal Trade Commission rulemaking. In this privacy education web conference panelists address questions and key considerations for privacy professionals if the FTC promulgates a privacy rule. Read More

Artificial Intelligence

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Web Conference: Understanding Machine Learning Technology and Developing A Risk-Based Approach

Original broadcast date: June 2, 2021  The rapid expansion of Machine Learning (ML) technology has raised questions regarding ethics, trust, and privacy risks. But what developments should we expect in the future? How should you review privacy notices and conduct assessments regarding your legal basis to process personal data in connection with ML products? What if you receive data subject rights requests involving ML? This session covers the basics of ML technology, how to best review day-to-day ML products for GDPR compliance and how to develop a toolkit for ethical and accountable ML within your organization. Learn how you can leverage the GDPR’s accountability principle to assess the privacy risks of ML solutions and conduct DPIAs. You will hear the perspectives of regulators and engineers in the industry, and gain clarity on relevant legal requirements. Read More

Web Conference: AI, a Privacy Odyssey: Conducting Privacy Assessments on AI Projects

Original broadcast date: Nov. 5, 2020 Join this interactive session to walk through an example AI project aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19 and learn the process, including the basics of AI, what questions to ask, including about racial and other bias, what laws might apply, how to conduct a privacy impact assessment, and how to assist with privacy engineering solutions. This session is designed to give you practical skills and resources that you can apply in 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. Read More

Web Conference: Is Privacy Built in to Your Automated Decisions That Use AI?

Original broadcast date: June 10, 2020 How do you do balance privacy and ethics in artificial intelligence as you add data scientists and analysts who aren’t aware of the required policies and controls? How do you ensure your policies are covering the uniqueness of this technology? How are you providing transparency to explain to customers who are concerned about how the results affect their lives? Answer: Apply by-design, by-default and transparent security, privacy and ethics frameworks when AI and machine learning are being developed, trained and operated. Join us for this privacy education web conference to find out more.  Read More

Web Conference: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Ethics

Original broadcast date: December 7, 2018 Join us for this dynamic web conference discussion to hear three experts with legal, technological and ethical perspectives wrestle with these challenging issues. You’ll hear about the current laws in force on U.S. state and federal levels, what international requirements exist, and listen in as the panelists discuss two realistic scenarios currently in play and how they might be resolved. Read More

CCPA and CPRA

Web Conference: The CPRA Has Passed – What Does that Mean for Your Organization?

Original broadcast date: Nov. 13, 2020 While the world is largely focused on the results of the U.S. presidential election, privacy professionals undoubtedly have shifted some of their attention to the passing of California Proposition 24. Approval of Prop. 24 means the California Consumer Privacy Act will be amended to the California Privacy Rights Act, which includes the establishment of a new privacy enforcement agency, new definitions for personal and sensitive data with limits on use and s... Read More

Web Conference: How to Limit Exposure and Minimize Your Risk Under the CCPA

Original broadcast date: Sept. 24, 2020 Join us for this privacy education web conference to learn from industry experts on how to best implement data minimization strategies that protect your company's data and your organization, what key data retention plans you should consider under the California Consumer Privacy Act and California Privacy Rights Act ballot initiative and the vital role technology plays in automating and identifying the right data to delete. Read More

Compliance

Web Conference: Building a Compliance Program for a Patchwork of State Privacy Laws

Original broadcast date: April 21, 2021  In this session, we will review the similarities and differences between the newly enacted state privacy laws in California and Virginia. We will highlight areas that may be affected by forthcoming regulations and provide an update on state legislative activity on privacy, including a comparison of key proposals. Against this backdrop, we will provide practical tips for developing a privacy compliance program that meets the coming challenges. Read More

Web Conference: Decryption and Inspection and the Steps Needed for Privacy Compliance

Original broadcast date: March 16, 2021  Join us for this privacy education web conference to hear an overview of the threat landscape and how attackers use encryption to their benefit, why the inspection of network traffic is necessary for privacy compliance, key considerations for implementing decryption and the strong controls for secure processing of data and the benefits of applying a centralized decryption solution with granular policy enforcement. Read More

Web Conference: Privacy Compliance Meets IT

Original broadcast date: Sept. 15, 2020 Have you ever talked to your IT teams and wondered, “Do they even understand what I am saying?” or, conversely, struggled to comprehend the mishmash of technological jargon and process hurdles IT teams throw up that impede your efforts at compliance? If you've been in these situations or want to improve communication with your IT teams, please join us for this live interactive virtual conversation in which we will share what it is like to “think like an engineer.” Dataguise's Christopher Glover and Microsoft's Chris Longman will discuss how to align these teams to effectively operationalize privacy programs. Read More

Web Conference: How to Manage Risk and Compliance in the Digital Ecosystem

Original broadcast date: 27 January 2021 Join Cognizant Global Head of Data Privacy and Ethics Graham Thomas, CIPP/E, Ionic Security Chief Business Development Officer and General Counsel Robert Ball, CIPP/E, and BigID Vice President of Privacy Heather Federman, CIPP/US, as they discuss how to balance the growth of data with increased risks, roles, responsibilities and regulations, as well as how to leverage artificial intelligence and next-generation technologies to build sustainable frameworks to manage data. Read More

COVID-19

Web Conference: The New Normal: Managing Privacy and Contact Tracing in the COVID-19 Era

Original broadcast date: April 13, 2021  This session will examine privacy issues the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the forefront of many privacy programs and temporary measures that have been put in place. How far should employee monitoring and contact-tracing applications be allowed to go? How might the law be adapted moving forward from this unprecedented situation? What will that "new normal" look like for privacy teams?  Read More

Web Conference: The World After Pandemic: A Privacy Look Based on Worldwide Legislations

Original broadcast date: March 8, 2021  How are different countries dealing with the new scenario of state of emergency measures, distance education, working from home, healthcare and the legal impacts of different data protection laws? With a focus on Convention 108+, the GDPR, LGPD and CCPA, we will analyze the new normal for privacy protection in the post-pandemic age. How are companies and data protection authorities dealing with experiences acquired during the pandemic on privacy issues. How are labor and consumer relations being conducted to comply with labor and data protection laws. We will also present recent guidelines from relevant data protection organizations around the world. Read More

Web Conference: Pandemics, Panic and Privacy: Lessons Learnt this Year

Original broadcast date: April 1, 2021  Is a pandemic reason enough to roll out surveillance? Our panel is ready to answer your burning questions regarding the impact COVID-19 is having on privacy. Join us to explore how health companies are processing sensitive data and how telemedicine is shaping the future. We will cover how businesses have handled additional sensitive data during this crisis (including article 9(h) and (g) of the GDPR) and debate what is safe and what is intrusive. This interactive session includes a travel industry test case and firsthand account from the insurance sector. We will analyze what impact COVID-19 has had on companies from a business, employment and cybersecurity perspective. Read More

Web Conference: Is Privacy Another Casualty of Coronavirus?

Original broadcast date: February 22, 2021  For many individuals, the new coronavirus has meant working remotely, using more personal devices and sharing more information online. For enterprises, it has required decisions about what information to collect and share to allow employees to return to the office safely, monitor their remote work and protect against hackers and data loss. For regulators, it has meant making difficult choices about whether to permit or mandate sharing sensitive personal information to avoid a spread of the disease and promote public health initiatives. This session will evaluate the many ways in which living in the time of COVID-19 has challenged our conceptions of privacy, how we manage privacy programs, and how we approach public policy and public engagement in the U.S. and globally. Read More

Data Breaches, Infosec and Risk Management

Web Conference: Cyber Risk, Breaches and Security in 2021

Original broadcast date: 25 January 2021  Join us for this educational web conference during which we will focus on how high-profile hacks and the industry’s increasing familiarity with breaches that have affected organizations’ approach to security. The expert panel will discuss major vulnerabilities, where organizations should focus attention and, given limited resources, how much security is enough. Panelists will also consider how governments could respond to security-related developments in 2021, pandemic-related risks and scams, recently highlighted by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and the additional steps that organizations have taken (or should take) to safeguard security with employees working from home. Read More

Web Conference: Trends in Evolving Data Breach Regulations: The Year in Review

Original broadcast date: Nov. 12, 2020 Join us to learn the key regulatory trends that emerged in 2020 and what these will mean for privacy, compliance and security professionals preparing for 2021. You'll also take away valuable practical insights based on real-world data that you can use to inform data stewardship and information security governance at your organization. Read More

Web Conference: How to Manage Risk and Compliance in the Digital Ecosystem

Original broadcast date: 27 January 2021 Join Cognizant Global Head of Data Privacy and Ethics Graham Thomas, CIPP/E, Ionic Security Chief Business Development Officer and General Counsel Robert Ball, CIPP/E, and BigID Vice President of Privacy Heather Federman, CIPP/US, as they discuss how to balance the growth of data with increased risks, roles, responsibilities and regulations, as well as how to leverage artificial intelligence and next-generation technologies to build sustainable frameworks to manage data. Read More

Web Conference: How to Limit Exposure and Minimize Your Risk Under the CCPA

Original broadcast date: Sept. 24, 2020 Join us for this privacy education web conference to learn from industry experts on how to best implement data minimization strategies that protect your company's data and your organization, what key data retention plans you should consider under the California Consumer Privacy Act and California Privacy Rights Act ballot initiative and the vital role technology plays in automating and identifying the right data to delete. Read More

Web Conference: Breaching the Company through the C-Suite

Original broadcast date: Sept. 22, 2020 Join us for this educational web conference in which we'll explore the role the executive plays in being a vector for corporate attack and compromise and how you, the external counsel and/or privacy professional can understand and mitigate these cyber and privacy threats to the company. Read More

Web Conference: Privacy Incident Benchmarking: Key Metrics and Actionable Insights

Original broadcast date: Sept. 17, 2020 In this privacy education web conference, panelists will reveal these and other key benchmarks, as well as discuss how these critical metrics can help you gauge the effectiveness of your incident response program, develop key performance indicators, demonstrate return on investment and reduce organizational risks. Join us to hear unique insights and discover how your organization stacks up to your peers. Read More

Web Conference: The Relationship Between Organizations’ Privacy Practices and Data Breach Risk

Original broadcast date: Sept. 1, 2020 In this data-driven discussion, Osano Co-Founder and CEO Arlo Gilbert will present the company’s findings from analyzing more than 10,000 companies and uncovering the important relationship between organizations’ privacy practices are their likelihood of experiencing a data breach. The presentation will break down insights by segments, such as the type of breach and industry. Read More

Data Ethics

Web Conference: Building Ethical Decision Making into Legal Advice on Data Protection

Original broadcast date: June 17, 2020 Data protection is a specialty area of the law that requires all lawyers, no matter what their area of practice, to understand (human rights-based or man-made) ethical dilemmas that arise as clients provide products and services to other businesses or direct to consumers. This includes ethical dilemmas raised domestically or in other countries and regions and by regulatory authorities, law enforcement and related litigation. Once understood, a lawyer is u... Read More

Web Conference: Data Ethics: Beyond Legal Compliance and Customer Centricity

Original broadcast date: December 13, 2018 Join us for this thought-provoking and interactive web conference to hear from experienced privacy professionals charged with making these decisions every day, and bring your questions for them to tackle. You’ll hear about the ethical dilemmas they’re wrestling with and the potential solutions they’ve created. Read More

Data Protection Officers

Web Conference: The Role of the DPO One Year Into the GDPR

Original broadcast date: August 27, 2019 Join us for this virtual conversation to hear three experienced women-in-privacy leaders discuss these details and more, from the perspectives of a firm specializing in outsourcing DPO functions, an internal DPO from a large, multinational company and our own DPO here at the IAPP. Read More

Web conference: 'Tackling the PIA and DPO Requirements in the GDPR'

Eyeing the GDPR, with its 200-page bulk, can be daunting. How can all of that detail be operationalized in such short order? Well, the good news is, IAPP members have access to a wide range of resources to get their programs ready. Thanks to new research done in combination with TRUSTe, insights have emerged into how prepared organizations are right now, how they are already performing data protection impact assessments and appointing DPOs, and which firms are best positioned for the GDPR to com... Read More

Education

Web Conference: At a Distance and In Your Home: Remote Learning's Possibilities (and Pitfalls)

Original broadcast date: May 19, 2021  In 2020, tens of millions of children in the U.S. participated in distance learning. And, even as many students return to school buildings, remote learning is here to stay, with more schools planning virtual options and use of tech tools in the future. How does remote learning differ from remote work? How can privacy practitioners make sense of a maze of overlapping state and federal student and consumer privacy laws? How can companies protect privacy while ensuring educators have the tools and information, they need to do their jobs effectively from afar? Learn from experts’ real-life experiences of how companies evolve when students start using their products, what districts really want from edtech tools, and how families have adapted to logging on. You will also hear their predictions for the future of learning, plus steps you can take to prepare for it. Read More

GDPR

Web Conference: GDPR Data Subject Rights: Handling Requests From Third Party Platforms

Original broadcast date: Sept. 9, 2020 This virtual privacy education program will provide examples of how these platforms work in practice. The expert panelists will consider the challenges organizations face when handling these requests, and how they can be addressed in in practical terms. A representative from the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) will provide an update on collecting feedback from stakeholders regarding data subject rights issues, and we’ll hear from an IAPP WLP advisory board member on how she navigates GDPR data subject rights, and the CEO of a startup Tech company focusing on novel ways for individuals to manage their personal information online. Read More

Web Conference: The LGPD, GDPR, CCPA and More – How to Abide by Multiple Privacy Laws

Original broadcast date: Sept. 8, 2020 Join the IAPP and hear about LGPD Academico’s efforts to increase awareness about these obligations and rights, and how best to manage them at your organization. You’ll hear about requirements under multiple privacy laws affecting companies doing business globally including the General Data Protection Law, EU General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act, and how forward-thinking privacy teams are tackling obligations under various jurisdictions and across multiple business arms. The focus of this privacy education web conference will be on operationalizing these laws within your organization, and a basic understanding of the laws themselves and their requirements will be assumed, although a brief primer will be included. Read More

Web Conference Personalising versus Privacy – GDPR Essentials for Marketers Today

Original broadcast date: July 20, 2020 Ensuring marketing activities comply with the GDPR requires ongoing and evolving effort. This session covers the key e-marketing rules in Europe impacting email and social media marketing and then focuses on the most challenging areas facing marketers and their data protection advisors today. These include the feasibility of buying-in data or merging databases for e-marketing purposes post-GDPR; the limits and future for the soft opt-in exemption; the chal... Read More

International Data Transfers

Web Conference: 'Schrems II': What the EDPB Recommendations and Modernized SCCs Mean for You

Original broadcast date: Dec. 9, 2020 Since the Court of Justice of the European Union’s ruling in "Schrems II", companies have been eagerly anticipating detailed guidance from regulators in how to manage EU data transfers to third countries, and particularly those that rely on standard contractual clauses. Those draft recommendations have now been released by the European Data Protection Board, as well as new draft SCCs by the European Commission. Join OneTrust DataGuidance for a webinar discussing the recommendations, an overview of the new SCCs and the way ahead for international data transfers. Read More

Web Conference: Navigating the Impact of 'Schrems II' and Cross-Border Data Transfers

Original broadcast date: Oct. 22, 2020 Join Michael Morgan, one of the nation’s leading lawyers in privacy and cybersecurity, and Rehan Jalil, CEO of SECURITI.ai, as they discuss these recent developments and their impact on organizations. You will learn the background of the "Schrems II" court case and ruling, what legal options companies have beyond Privacy Shield, how companies can monitor cross-border data flows and ensure compliance with appropriate laws and regulations and what the long-term impacts are of this ruling, and how organizations can prepare for additional potential legal actions. Read More

Privacy Programs

Web Conference: Building a Next Generation Practice Leadership

Original broadcast date: May 20, 2021  Next Generation Practice Leadership is more than operational compliance with applicable laws and industry codes of practice and the detection of bias and discrimination. It requires a team that looks beyond compliance and considers what is fair and respectful to people. This session provided insights and principles you can implement with your team. Read More

Web Conference: Customers, Employees, Vendors — Oh My! Slaying the 3-Headed Privacy Dragon

Original broadcast date: April 14, 2021  Building an effective data privacy program is complicated for many reasons. Your organization has different rights and responsibilities with respect to consumers, employees and vendors. The relevant laws are complex, and each day there is a new one in another state or country. Privacy, compliance and data governance impact multiple teams — IT, information security, marketing, HR and more. How do you meet your legal obligations while satisfying internal stakeholders and, at the same time, sustaining momentum in your data-driven business? Read More

Vendors and Third Parties

Web Conference: Vendor Due Diligence in the Age of Data Protection Laws

Original broadcast date: May 19, 2021  In this interactive privacy education web conference panelists explored the obligations privacy laws impose on companies when engaging vendors. We will discuss how to efficiently and effectively conduct due diligence, contractually ensure your vendors maintain the required security and confidentiality of data, and best protect your company from potential liabilities all in the context of recent data privacy laws and litigation.   Read More

Web Conference: Choose the Right Privacy Vendor or Regret It Later

Original broadcast date: May 11, 2021  The 2020 IAPP Privacy Tech Vendor Report listed over 100 privacy program management tools, each purporting to address organizational privacy needs better than the next. How do you choose the right tool for your organization? What key requirements should you consider and how do you run an efficient and productive proof of concept? This panel of privacy experts shared practical tips on privacy vendor selection. Learn who to engage in the process, what questions to ask, what to request and expect from vendors, and benefit from lessons learned from privacy professionals who have implemented privacy vendor solutions. Read More

Web Conference: Customers, Employees, Vendors — Oh My! Slaying the 3-Headed Privacy Dragon

Original broadcast date: April 14, 2021  Building an effective data privacy program is complicated for many reasons. Your organization has different rights and responsibilities with respect to consumers, employees and vendors. The relevant laws are complex, and each day there is a new one in another state or country. Privacy, compliance and data governance impact multiple teams — IT, information security, marketing, HR and more. How do you meet your legal obligations while satisfying internal stakeholders and, at the same time, sustaining momentum in your data-driven business? Read More

Web Conference: Mitigating Third-Party Mayhem

Original broadcast date: May 27, 2020 In this privacy education web conference, we will explore third-party risk through the lens of privacy, data protection and data security laws. Topics to be discussed include comparisons of the types and categories of obligations, where they fit into a broader privacy management program, and strategies for simplifying the operational burdens as laws and regulations continue to change. Read More

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Brazil, Canada, China, United States

Web Conference: How to Comply with Brazil's Data Protection Law by Leveraging Your GDPR Program

Original broadcast date: May 19, 2021  After completing the work necessary to create and implement a privacy program that complied with the General Data Protection Regulation you probably thought the hard part was over. You might want to think again. Brazil’s data protection law was greatly inspired by the GDPR, but unfortunately, complying with the GDPR does not equate to full compliance with Brazil’s data protection law. This session offered insights from global companies regarding what you can reuse from your GDPR compliance program and what you have to tweak in order to comply with Brazil’s data protection law. Read More

Web Conference: The LGPD, GDPR, CCPA and More – How to Abide by Multiple Privacy Laws

Original broadcast date: Sept. 8, 2020 Join the IAPP and hear about LGPD Academico’s efforts to increase awareness about these obligations and rights, and how best to manage them at your organization. You’ll hear about requirements under multiple privacy laws affecting companies doing business globally including the General Data Protection Law, EU General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act, and how forward-thinking privacy teams are tackling obligations under various jurisdictions and across multiple business arms. The focus of this privacy education web conference will be on operationalizing these laws within your organization, and a basic understanding of the laws themselves and their requirements will be assumed, although a brief primer will be included. Read More

Web Conference: Changing Needs, Changing Laws: The Origin and Impact of China’s PIPL

Original broadcast date: Nov. 17, 2020 Since 2012, the legal protection of personal information in China has gradually been strengthened in response to practical economic and industry needs. As technology has advanced, so has China’s personal information protection legal framework, with the latest update coming with the 2020 draft of the state’s first Personal Information Protection Law. Join us for this privacy education web conference to learn more about the origin of the draft personal info... Read More

Web Conference: Finding Sweet Spots for Successful Compromise on a Federal Privacy Law

Original broadcast date: May 3, 2021  In 2020, U.S. Republicans and Democrats failed to reach a consensus on a slew of privacy-related bills. This year offers a better opportunity to bridge disagreements and reach a long-awaited deal. This panel includes representatives of two key constituencies working seriously toward consensus. Learn from them what the prospects for legislation are in this Congress, promising areas where disagreements may be bridged, where a final bill is likely to land, and how your California Consumer Privacy Act– and EU General Data Protection Regulation–compliant programs are likely to change as a result of federal privacy legislation. Read More

Web Conference: Adapting GDPR/CCPA Data Rights Processes for CPRA, CDPA, ABCD, WXYZ and Beyond

Original broadcast date: April 29, 2021  New rules for how businesses must receive, process and respond to data subject rights requests are emerging at rapid rates. While some businesses already have rights response processes in place pursuant to existing data protection regulations, others will need to satisfy these obligations for the first time as more jurisdictions impose these requirements. Where processes are already in place, businesses need to be aware of emerging nuances that affect their compliance posture. Read More

Web Conference: Will the Stars Finally Align for a Federal Privacy Law?

Original broadcast date: Nov. 13, 2020 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 ... Read More

Web Conference: Privacy Regulation Update: New and Evolving State and Federal Laws

Original broadcast date: March 19, 2020 California and Nevada have already enacted two state data privacy laws similar to the GDPR. New York, Florida and many others are not far behind and the federal government is proposing legislation for national data privacy protections. Join us and hear from industry experts how they anticipate enforcement will look like under these new data privacy laws. Read More