How Privacy Regulations Change Data Management in 2020
Privacy regulations have been changing in recent years in a reaction to the evolving practices of companies. Attention is increasingly given to individual participation in the processing of their data and the increased interest of companies in monetizing personal information, often through the sharing of data with various third parties. This session will highlight key new privacy requirements that have a direct impact on how organizations collect and maintain personal information and will analyze litigation risks that are associated with some of these new requirements. The session will point to key challenges with traditional data management practices and the likely solutions to address them.
David Coddon, CEO
He will provide a high-level overview of the regulatory context. After a brief discussion of the different ways in which the EU and U.S. approach data privacy, he will explain how certain individual privacy rights that are well-established in Europe are becoming part of the U.S. data privacy environment. Finally, he will identify key compliance challenges that organizations must address.
Gavin Reinke, Senior Associate
Alston & Bird LLP
He will use this as a launching point to discuss litigation issues and challenges raised by the CCPA's private right of action.
Sagi Leiserov, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Enterprise Privacy Solutions
He will dive into the technical challenges and the best ways to actually operationalize privacy policies as part of a comprehensive privacy program.
Who Should Attend:
- Privacy and Data Security Lawyers
- IT Security Professionals
- Business Owners
- Business Executives
Prior to joining Dataguise Sagi served as the Chief Data Solutions Officer for Prifender, an identity aware software company for privacy management. Before Prifender, Sagi was Ernst & Young’s Global Privacy Leader for privacy assurance and consulting services. In his 16 years at Ernst & Young, Sagi served Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies from industries ranging from financial services, pharmaceutical, technology, manufacturing and automotive.
Sagi is a frequent speaker in data-related conferences and his articles appear in business and professional publications. He is a Director on the board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and a member of the Forbes Technology Council.
Prior to joining Dataguise Sagi served as the Chief Data Solutions Officer for Prifender, an identity aware software company for …
David is an Attorney whose practice focuses on data privacy and export compliance. He has assisted clients from the IT, automotive, and healthcare sectors with the establishment and maintenance of regulatory compliance programs. He has advised clients on a range of U.S. laws and regulations, including: HIPAA/HITECH; ITAR; EAR; OFAC; FTC Section 5; and pending bills and industry standards pertaining to telematics, geo-location, connected car services, and behavioral advertising.
In addition, he has helped a number of European clients develop mechanisms for the adequate transfer of personal data from the EEA to the U.S. This has included establishing Binding Corporate Rules (BCR); negotiating European Standard Contractual Clauses (ESCC); and helping clients “self-certify” under the new “Privacy Shield” framework.
David is an Attorney whose practice focuses on data privacy and export compliance. He has assisted clients from the IT, …
Gavin Reinke in a senior associate in Alston & Bird’s Atlanta office and focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and class actions. His experience includes representing businesses in privacy-related class actions, False Claims Act litigation, products liability litigation, and financial services litigation. As an experienced privacy litigator, Gavin has unique insight into risks businesses face from various privacy laws and advises clients about how to best mitigate those risks while minimizing the impact to their businesses. Prior to joining Alston & Bird, Gavin was a law clerk for the Honorable Phyllis A. Kravitch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and an intern for the Honorable John T. Nixon of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Gavin Reinke in a senior associate in Alston & Bird’s Atlanta office and focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation …
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Method Of Presentation:
General knowledge of data security and privacy laws
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Areas of Professional Practice
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About legitimis.us LLC
legitimis is a global consulting firm specializing in data privacy and information security. Our offices are located in Germany (Cologne, Berlin, Munich) and the United States (Kansas City).
Our global team of lawyers, consultants, and information security specialists help companies:
- Navigate the complexities of national, regional, and international laws that govern the collection and processing of personal information.
- Design and operate effective data privacy organizations that incorporate technical measures to safeguard information security.
- Implement legal mechanisms, such as Binding Corporate Rules (BCR), European Standard Contractual Clauses (ESCC), and Privacy Shield Self-Certification (USA), to ensure compliance with laws governing international data transfer.
Our services are mainly based on international standards such as BS10012 (Data Privacy System and Organization) and ISO2700x (Information Security Management System).
About Alston & Bird LLP
Alston & Bird is a leading national law firm whose core practice areas are intellectual property, complex litigation, corporate, and tax, with national industry focuses that include financial services, technology, health care, manufacturing, life sciences and energy. The firm has built a reputation as one of the country’s best employers, appearing on Fortune magazine’s ranking of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” list for 20 consecutive years, an unprecedented accomplishment among law firms in the United States. The firm has offices in Atlanta, Beijing, Brussels, Charlotte, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Raleigh, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Washington, D.C.