Enterprise Privacy 2.0
2020 represents a major shift in Enterprise Privacy. Through a series of breaches and data mishaps, the public has realized how ubiquitous their personal data has become and the risks of dissemination or breach. GDPR and CCPA mark the first major legislation to introduce opt-out options for consumers and major fines for violators.
January 1, 2020, marks the first data for which companies must comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) or face potential litigation. To date, most enterprises have been waiting on the sidelines for clarity around the law. However, waiting is no longer an option.
Organizations must proactively cultivate new opportunities or face impending compliance nightmares and emergent legal and reputational risks. To intelligently navigate the landscape, this Event presents experienced thought leaders across multiple disciplines – privacy officers, business leaders, and technologists – to provide forward-looking, authoritative and pragmatic guidance for an effective transition to Enterprise Privacy 2.0.
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- 9:00 am – Registration & Networking
- 9:30 am – Opening Remarks
- 9:40 am – Big Data: Digital Ecosystems and Platforms
- 10:30 am – Break & Networking
- 10:45 am – Privacy Law 1.0: GDPR
- 11:35 am – Break & Networking
- 11:45 am – Privacy Law 2.0: CCPA
- 12:35 pm – Lunch
- 1:35 pm – Enterprise Data Governance
- 2:25 pm – Operationalizing Tech for Compliance
- 3:35 pm – Balancing Data needs and Privacy Concerns
- 3:55 pm – Closing Keynote
Renata Lowenbraun – VP, Legal – Privacy & Product at Payfone
Responsible for IP and complex privacy matters at the leading provider of mobile authentication and ID solutions. Previously served as a commercial litigator in the casino gaming and record industry.
Xinping Zhu – VP, Legal and Compliance at Morgan StanleyLegal executive with accountability for cybersecurity, privacy and data protection at one of the world’s leading investment banks. Previously at Covington & Burling focused on IP and tech law.
Howard Israel – CISO at Fireeye / Mandiant
Internationally recognized CISO, 37-years InfoSec veteran, author of one of the earliest computer virus papers. Led data breach and loss recovery programs at NSA, Bell Labs, and J&J.
Julia Mehlman – Privacy Counsel at Pandora
Nexus of privacy and commercial transactions. Julia is responsible for protecting the privacy of over 75M+ active listeners. She has handled legal matters COPPA, TCPA, VPPA, HIPPA, GDPR, and CAN-SPAM.
Mark Gilman – General Counsel at Theta Lake
Technology attorney and compliance executive with fifteen years of law, financial services, and IT experience. Professor at Fordham Law and previously executive director at Morgan Stanley.
Seth Litwak – Privacy Counsel at Interpublic Group
Handles privacy matters for a $9B advertising giant. Certified as CIPP, CIPT, and CIPM. Previously served in the privacy office at JP Morgan.
Nadia Daley – Privacy Counsel at Content Square
On a mission remove all personally identifiable information (PII) from their data repository. Previously served on the privacy team at PWC and co-chair of IAPP.
Yuri Rusko – CEO at phpBB
Open-source pioneer and a regular speaker on data privacy. Founder of the largest open-source bulletin board platform on the php codebase.
Praful Dixit – Partner at Dixit AdvisorsI
nformation security risk management and compliance executive. Former SVP of compliance risk management at Citibank. Supported Sox, GLBA, PIC, NIST, and ISO compliance.
Pankaj Faujdar – Senior Principal at Infosys
18-year veteran in Data governance and technology delivery. Leader of the data privacy practice that has worked with HSBC, BNY, Chase, and Capital One to transform technology programs.
Harsh Mody – CEO at MDS
Insurance innovator building an AI fraud management platform. Previously, Harsh served as the lead investigator for fraud at New York Life Insurance.
Sofiat Abdulrazaaq – COO at Goodfynd
Entrepreneur, product, marketing, and strategist for the gig economy. Founder of a platform to connect local food trucks. Former director of program management at The College Board.
David Gritz – Founder of InsurTechNY
Startup advisor with a track record helping startups go from Seed Stage to Series A. David runs events for the insurance industry on AI, Data and Analytics, and Ecosystems and Platforms.
David Friedman – Founder of PrivacyTechNY
Experienced contracts and privacy attorney. David has served as an in-house contracts attorney at NYU Hospital and Thomson Reuters.
Brett Smith – Founder of BlackBearLife
Insurance expert, entrepreneur, and management professional with over 23 years of experience in the insurance and financial services. Building a data-centric startup life insurance carrier.
9:40 am – Big Data: Digital Ecosystems and Platforms (Panel)
The ubiquity of data from mobile apps, financial transactions, and IoT has created a new environment. Corporations have become reliant on Big Data for marketing and decision-making. This panel will discuss how the data-heavy business models have set the stage for privacy concerns.
10:45 am – Privacy Law 1.0: GDPR
Europe has had over a year to pilot the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To date, there have been 12 major actions representing almost € 360 million in fines. This instructor lead session will go through the GDPR requirements and enforcement trends.
11:45 am – Privacy Law 2.0: CCPA
CCPA goes into effect in Jan 2020 as the U.S. state to take a stance on privacy. The law started as a grassroots movement that was set for a referendum and quickly evolve into legislation with amendments. Find out the current state of the law, the requirements for enterprise, and future expected changes. This is an instructor-led session.
1:35 pm – Enterprise Data Governance (Panel)
Any major regulatory change requires changes and updates to internal controls. Counsel from each industry must debate how to handle privacy policies, data exchange, opt-out consumer requests, and non-discrimination. This panel will discuss the data governance required to balance consumer needs and data usage requirements.
2:25 pm – Operationalizing Tech for Compliance (Panel)
Once the governance policy is in place data must be located, classified, and tracked through its lifecycle. This process needs a deep involvement of the tech and marketing team. Further, a cost-effective approach requires engineering, design, and software to make it all work. This panel will discuss the people, process, and technology to operationalize privacy controls.
3:35 pm – Future Plans: Balancing Data Needs and Privacy Concerns (Panel)
Data is the new gold. Its value will only continue to grow. However, as consumer privacy consumer concerns seek the limit the free availability and use of data, a balancing strategy becomes necessary. Forward-thinking companies need to plan the best approach to balance data needs and privacy concerns. This panel will debate the right balance.
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