PPS 2012

 

FTC AND CONSUMER PRIVACY

 

FTC Year in Review

Join this analysis of key FTC privacy orders and actions in 2012, including Teletrack, HireRight and Spokeo.

Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

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The FTC’s Approach to Mobile Apps: Dos and Don’ts

With the uptick in the FTC’s mobile app activity in 2012, we’re exploring the commission’s warning letters to six mobile app providers, its May 2012 mobile privacy workshop and its ongoing mobile privacy investigations.

Moderator: Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US
, Co-Chairman and Director, Future of Privacy Forum
Jessica Rich
, Deputy Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission

The FTC Background Screening and the Fair Credit Reporting Act 

This session will look at an increasingly controversial issue: the use of consumer reports (including criminal history record information) and credit reports for employment screening purposes. Hear experts address this growing controversy and provide tips for businesses and practitioners on the use of consumer reports for employment screening and eligibility purposes.

Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
Rebecca Kuehn
, Vice President and Senior Regulatory Counsel, CoreLogic
Michael Lamb, CIPP/US
, Chief Counsel, Privacy and Information Governance, Reed Elsevier
Montserrat Miller
, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP, Legislative Counsel, National Association of Professional Background Screeners
 

The FTC’s Continuing Effort to Reshape the Internet—Whatever Happened to Do Not Track?

We’re taking a closer look at the area that has occupied most of the FTC’s privacy attention and resources—the Internet. In 2012, the FTC finalized landmark actions against Google, Facebook, Myspace and Upromise. The final version of the FTC’s Privacy Report, released in March of this year, also speaks extensively to the FTC’s privacy priorities for the Internet. Join us for in-depth look at these issues.

Moderator: J. Trevor Hughes, CIPP, President & CEO, IAPP
Paul Ohm
, Senior Policy Advisor for the Internet, Federal Trade Commission
Craig Spiezle
, Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance

Now that the FTC’s Privacy Report Is Completed, What’s Next on the Privacy Docket?

Join us for a look ahead at what the FTC’s next big privacy step will be, now that its landmark privacy report is completed. How will the FTC approach Internet service providers and large platform providers, as well as data brokers? How will the commission coordinate with the White House and Department of Commerce privacy initiatives? What about the growing size and increasing activity at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and how will that impact FTC privacy and consumer activities? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this compelling panel discussion.

Christopher N. Olsen, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
Joel Winston
, Partner, Hudson Cook, LLP

GOVERNMENT

 

The Risks of Collecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and How to Mitigate Them

In this informative brief of the risks associated with data collection, you’ll gain a good understanding of how to mitigate the risks in order to minimize negative consequences to your agency. We’ll address the impacts of data loss on an agency, including embarrassment and the loss of trust in agency operations, fines assessed to the individual responsible for the loss, mitigation strategies to minimize agency risk, commercial products available to help prevent data loss, how technology can assist in your data protection efforts and real-world examples of government breach response.

Meredith Snee, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, U.S. Agency for International Development

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Federal Requirements: Tips for Keeping Your Privacy Program Current

Join us to take a closer look at the relationship between the Privacy Act of 1974, the E-Government Act of 2002 and the Office of Management and Budget’s responsibility in the federal privacy space. You’ll gain a better understanding of privacy office requirements and informative tools for staying current with mandates.

Melissa A. Hartman, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Privacy, Transparency, and Records, Department of Treasury
William Hoffman, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, MBO Partners

Understanding Your Role as Data Collection and IT Assets Migrate to the Cloud

With the shift toward migrating IT resources and data storage to the cloud, privacy professionals will play a very important role in preparing their agencies for this move. Learn about the tools created by the federal CIO Council to help you prepare for the transition. You’ll walk away with a checklists for identifying the steps to take, and the questions to ask, to ensure a smooth transition to the cloud.

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Is Your Incident Response Team Prepared to Respond?

Private data has been transmitted unencrypted and is suspected of being compromised. What next? Join this interactive session, where you’ll take part in a step-by-step breach scenario to determine the actions required by the privacy office, as well as quickly assess the damage to the agency and the individuals whose data was compromised.

DeLois B. Babiker, CEO and Founder, Intellectual Concepts, LLC
Mike Howard, Sr. Program Manager, Intellectual Concepts, LLC

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