What the Future Holds for E.U-U.S Privacy Shield LIVE Webcast

On October 6, 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the European Commission’s adequacy determination for the Safe Harbor Framework, creating an urgent need for a new transatlantic data transfer mechanism. The adoption of the EU-US Privacy Shield in July 2016 was a…

What the Future Holds for E.U-U.S Privacy Shield

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (EST)

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U.S. International Trade Administration

Hanson Bridgett LLP

Collen

U.S. International Trade Administration

Hanson Bridgett LLP

Founded in 1958, Hanson Bridgett has more than 150 attorneys located in offices in San Francisco, the North Bay, Sacramento and the East Bay. Our clients range from multinational Fortune 500 corporations to individuals, and also include a number of public agencies in California. More information on Hanson Bridgett can be found at www.hansonbridgett.com.

Website: http://www.hansonbridgett.com/

Collen

Collen provides legal representation to global companies and other businesses in the areas of trademark, copyright, design and utility patent, advertising and marketing, and privacy and information management.  The firm’s privacy and information management practice helps domestic and international companies navigate the complex patchwork of regulations that govern the collection, use and transfer of consumer and other data.  The firm also works with clients on ways to monetize the data they hold.  

Website: https://collenip.com/

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Caitlin Fennessy
Caitlin Fennessy
Senior Policy Advisor, Data Flows and Privacy Team
U.S. International Trade Administration

Caitlin Fennessy is a senior policy advisor with the Data Flows and Privacy Team at the U.S. International Trade Administration (ITA). Since joining ITA in 2009, Caitlin has focused on privacy policy and transborder data flow issues as they impact trade. Caitlin leads ITA’s work on European privacy issues and from 2014 through 2016 served as part of the Department of Commerce’s EU-U.S. Privacy Shield negotiating team.  Following the adoption of the Framework, Caitlin became the Department of Commerce’s Data Protection Authority (DPA) Liaison under the Privacy Shield.  Caitlin has also led ITA’s work to increase the interoperability of the APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) System and EU Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) to assist industry in cross-regional compliance. 

Caitlin currently sits on the Research Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. In 2015 and 2016, Caitlin also served as an adjunct professor of international privacy policy at the University of Maine School of Law.

Everett L. Monroe
Everett L. Monroe
Attorney
Hanson Bridgett LLP

Everett Monroe is an attorney at Hanson Bridgett LLP. His litigation practice focuses on data privacy and intellectual property disputes and counseling, two areas in which his technical background as an electrical engineer join with his legal experience to serve clients in a range of complex matters. Everett is a frequent author and blogger on data privacy legal issues. He is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional/U.S. Government (CIPP/G) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E).

Michael Nesheiwat
Michael Nesheiwat
Attorney
Collen

Michael Nesheiwat is an associate at Collen.   His practice includes advising clients in the area of domestic and international data privacy compliance and best practices.  Michael is also a registered Patent Attorney.  He has advised clients and prosecuted patent applications encompassing a wide range of technologies.

Key Topics

On October 6, 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the European Commission’s adequacy determination for the Safe Harbor Framework, creating an urgent need for a new transatlantic data transfer mechanism. The adoption of the EU-US Privacy Shield in July 2016 was a breakthrough for transatlantic data protection and cross-border data transfers between Europe and America. The agreement redefines how U.S-based participating businesses must collect and transfer personal data of EU citizens to the US and across the Atlantic.

Eight months after its adoption, The Knowledge Group has assembled a panel of key thought leaders to provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of the latest updates and issues surrounding the E.U-US Privacy Shield. In this two-hour LIVE Webcast, speakers will help both EU and US companies understand the important aspects of this significant agreement. They will discuss the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will take effect in May 2018 and under which existing adequacy determinations, such as the Privacy Shield are grandfathered. They will also offer best practices in developing and implementing a privacy-compliance program.

Key topics include:

  • EU-US Privacy Shield Framework
  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Safe Harbor Vs. Privacy Shield
  • The Latest Updates and Issues on EU-US Privacy Shield
  • The Impacts of EU-US Privacy Shield in:
    • EU Digital Economy
    • US Businesses in the Europe
    • Internet Data Travelling between EU and US
    • General Economy of both countries
    • New Requirements for Compliance

Who Should Attend
  • Privacy and Data Security Professionals
  • Data Management Officers
  • Chief Privacy Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Risk and Compliance Managers
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Top Level Management
  • Other Related and Interested Professionals

Credit Info
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: NONE
Method Of Presentation: Group-Internet Based
Recommended Credits: 1.75 – 2.0
Course Code: 145662
NASBA Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
NY Category of CLE Credit: Areas of Professional Practice

On October 6, 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the European Commission’s adequacy determination for the Safe Harbor Framework, creating an urgent need for a new transatlantic data transfer mechanism. The adoption of the EU-US Privacy Shield in July 2016 was a breakthrough for transatlantic data protection and cross-border data transfers between Europe and America. The agreement redefines how U.S-based participating businesses must collect and transfer personal data of EU citizens to the US and across the Atlantic.

Eight months after its adoption, The Knowledge Group has assembled a panel of key thought leaders to provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of the latest updates and issues surrounding the E.U-US Privacy Shield. In this two-hour LIVE Webcast, speakers will help both EU and US companies understand the important aspects of this significant agreement. They will discuss the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will take effect in May 2018 and under which existing adequacy determinations, such as the Privacy Shield are grandfathered. They will also offer best practices in developing and implementing a privacy-compliance program.

Key topics include:

  • EU-US Privacy Shield Framework
  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Safe Harbor Vs. Privacy Shield
  • The Latest Updates and Issues on EU-US Privacy Shield
  • The Impacts of EU-US Privacy Shield in:
    • EU Digital Economy
    • US Businesses in the Europe
    • Internet Data Travelling between EU and US
    • General Economy of both countries
    • New Requirements for Compliance

SEGMENT 1:
Everett L. MonroeAttorney
Hanson Bridgett LLP

  • How EU data privacy law differs from the US
  • History of data privacy law in Europe
  • Discussion of Safe Harbor
  • Reasons for change to Privacy Shield, Differences between Safe Harbor and Privacy Shield

SEGMENT 2:
Michael NesheiwatAttorney
Collen

  • Does your company have to be concerned with Privacy Shield
  • Company checklist to comply with privacy shield (update privacy policy, review data collection/storage protocols, review data sharing practices)
  • Speculation on what potential EU breakup will have on European/US data privacy conflict of law (i.e new agreement with UK after Brexit)

SEGMENT 3:
Caitlin FennessySenior Policy Advisor, Data Flows and Privacy Team
U.S. International Trade Administration

  • Department of Commerce administration, oversight, and outreach
  • Number & type of Privacy Shield participants
  • New developments: arbitration panel, FAQ guidance, questionnaires, Swiss Framework

This is a must attend event for anyone interested in understanding the latest updates and issues surrounding E.U-U.S. Privacy Shield.

During this LIVE Webcast, you will hear:

  • Detailed guidance explained by the most qualified key leaders & practitioners.
  • Hear directly from key thought leaders
  • Interact directly with panel during Q&A

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