Web Conferences

Get insights from privacy’s top experts on managing today’s most urgent and relevant privacy issues—all from the comfort of your own office or conference room.

All-new for 2014! Our new series of programs allows you to access more web conferences—and get free CPE credits.

Insight Series: Leading experts, high-level discussion, timely topics, live Q&A
Access Series: Free to members, top-rated programming from IAPP events, pre-recorded
Innovation Series: Free to all (sponsored), discussion of newest privacy technology/services, live Q&A
Upcoming Web Conferences
April 24
Doing Business in Canada

Free to IAPP Members:

Doing Business in Canada: What You Need To Know About Privacy, Anti-SPAM Legislation and Litigation
IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium Preview Web Conference

60-minute recording available on Thursday, April 24

Organizations that handle information about Canadian residents need to be aware of the changing privacy legal landscape in that country. Recent and anticipated developments will have material impacts on organizations’ compliance obligations and legal risk, including aspects of data breach response and notification and forthcoming enactment of an anti-spam law. Join us for this virtual preview to hear a practical overview of privacy-related developments over the past year, including:

  • legislative changes
  • findings and orders
  • court decisions
  • litigation activity

The session will conclude with a look ahead to anticipated future developments in the area.

Alex will be speaking on these issues and more in the session Privacy Update: Recent and Upcoming Privacy Law and Litigation Developments at the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, from May 7–9, in Toronto.

Virtual Panelist
Alex Cameron, Partner, Fasken Martineau

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May 8
Privacy Seals and Certifications

The Role of Privacy Seals and Certifications in Building Trust and Global Interoperability

Brought to You by TRUSTe

Broadcast Date: Thursday, May 8, 2014
1 - 2 p.m. EDT

Join us to examine the growing legal requirements for privacy seals and certifications around the world.

What you’ll learn:

  • The benefits of using privacy seals and certifications
  • Costs and processes involved in meeting legal privacy requirements including seals and certifications
  • The potential relationship between privacy certifications and mechanisms for global data transfers in light of the BCR-APEC Referential and moves toward global interoperability

This web conference will build on the themes discussed in a session on Privacy Seals and Certifications in the Global Economy and Their Role in Global Interoperability to be held at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive in London, UK, on April 30.

Panelists:
Chris Babel, Chief Executive Officer, TRUSTe
Bojana Bellamy, CIPP/E, President, Centre for Information Policy & Leadership, Hunton & Williams

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New Insight Web Conferences are coming soon!
April 24
Doing Business in Canada

Free to IAPP Members:

Doing Business in Canada: What You Need To Know About Privacy, Anti-SPAM Legislation and Litigation
IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium Preview Web Conference

60-minute recording available on Thursday, April 24

Organizations that handle information about Canadian residents need to be aware of the changing privacy legal landscape in that country. Recent and anticipated developments will have material impacts on organizations’ compliance obligations and legal risk, including aspects of data breach response and notification and forthcoming enactment of an anti-spam law. Join us for this virtual preview to hear a practical overview of privacy-related developments over the past year, including:

  • legislative changes
  • findings and orders
  • court decisions
  • litigation activity

The session will conclude with a look ahead to anticipated future developments in the area.

Alex will be speaking on these issues and more in the session Privacy Update: Recent and Upcoming Privacy Law and Litigation Developments at the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, from May 7–9, in Toronto.

Virtual Panelist
Alex Cameron, Partner, Fasken Martineau

Register Now

May 8
Privacy Seals and Certifications

The Role of Privacy Seals and Certifications in Building Trust and Global Interoperability

Brought to You by TRUSTe

Broadcast Date: Thursday, May 8, 2014
1 - 2 p.m. EDT

Join us to examine the growing legal requirements for privacy seals and certifications around the world.

What you’ll learn:

  • The benefits of using privacy seals and certifications
  • Costs and processes involved in meeting legal privacy requirements including seals and certifications
  • The potential relationship between privacy certifications and mechanisms for global data transfers in light of the BCR-APEC Referential and moves toward global interoperability

This web conference will build on the themes discussed in a session on Privacy Seals and Certifications in the Global Economy and Their Role in Global Interoperability to be held at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive in London, UK, on April 30.

Panelists:
Chris Babel, Chief Executive Officer, TRUSTe
Bojana Bellamy, CIPP/E, President, Centre for Information Policy & Leadership, Hunton & Williams

Register Now

Recent Recordings
The Risks in Assessing Risks

Free to IAPP Members:

IAPP Global Privacy Summit “Best of” Reprise session

60-minute recording made available on Thursday, April 10

Companies have embraced risk management to an unprecedented degree and with real benefits. However, behavioral economics and psychology have revealed significant gaps in the abilities of humans to adequately assess risk. Tune in to this well-received repeat performance of a 2014 Global Privacy Summit session to find out just where assumptions and common understandings commonly break down and what you can do to practically adjust for those situations.

What you’ll take away:

  • The common traps that people fall into when identifying risk
  • Techniques for avoiding common mistakes that can skew risk assessments
  • The value of thinking of approaches that cover a wide range of potential risks

Virtual Panelist:
Adam Turteltaub
, Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics

Order Now

Big Data, Privacy and Intangible Assets

Free to IAPP Members

60-minute recording made available on Thursday, April 10, 2014

We know that personalised data and databases are valuable, but how valuable are they? Have you thought about the intangible asset value of your databases from a privacy perspective rather than just an intellectual property perspective? Join the international experts on our panel as they preview for you aspects of a session that will take place live at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive in London, UK, this spring.

What will be covered:

  • The intangible value of the global data you collect, and how to make it more or less valuable
  • How to make your M&A targets cheaper
  • How to fend off unwanted corporate predators
  • The potential effect of new regulation, particularly regarding the profiling of individuals

What you’ll take away:

  • The application of data protection law can dramatically affect company valutations.
  • Those valuations can be affected up as well as down.
  • Privacy law should be a key part of any corporate transaction or insolvent reconstruction.

Panelists:
Kelvin King, Managing Director, Valuation Consulting Co Ltd
George Pappachen, Executive Vice President, Strategy at Kantar/WPP
Ashley Winton, Partner & Data, Privacy & Cyber Security Group Chair, White & Case LLP

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Vendor Management and Assurance

Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 3

Vendor management is likely an important part of your ongoing governance, risk and compliance program for the enterprise. With the FTC and state attorneys general enforcing violations and monitoring companies not implementing reasonable and appropriate security measures—including vendor assessment and assurance—the stakes are high for noncompliance. Join the members of our expert panel as they guide you through key considerations and obligations in working with downstream vendors.

Panelists:
Ellen Giblin, Esq., CIPP/US , CIPP/C, CIPP/G, Privacy Counsel, Ashcroft Law Firm
J. Antonio Sesin, Senior Counsel, Agero

Order Now

Updating Online Privacy Policies: Timely Advice from Experts

Broadcast Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014
1 – 2:30 p.m. EST

Evolving state, federal and foreign privacy laws—as well as business and technological developments—continue to spur the updating of privacy policies. With California’s Do Not Track in effect and other developments to come, now is the time for companies that collect information from or about consumers online or via mobile platforms to assess their privacy policies and practices with a view toward updating.

Join this panel of top experts who will provide practical teaching and drafting tips regarding:

  • California and other Do Not Track-related issues, including tracking users across devices or websites, over time, for analytics or advertising purposes
  • Special considerations for mobile payments and applications
  • Clear and conspicuous disclosures and consents and other formatting tips
  • Security of payment or other sensitive data
  • Updated rules for teens and children under 18
  • Cross-border collection and marketing topics, including cookie rules, EU-U.S. Safe Harbor and Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) compliance.

Panelists:
Jennifer Archie, CIPP/US, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP
Melissa Krasnow, CIPP/US, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Joanne McNabb , CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, CIPP/US
, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit, California Department of Justice

Order Now

Privacy Pro’s Field Guide to Contracting & Compliance in the Cloud

Free to IAPP Members

60 minute recording available on Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Hosted by leading practitioners in the field, join us for this free to IAPP members web conference and get a preview of the insights to be shared during the full workshop to be given during the Global Privacy Summit. This web conference will provide you with practical and constructive guidance on cloud services procurement and deployment projects. The discussion will include a review of the latest legal and market research on cloud transactions and risks.

Presenter:
Christopher Millard, Of Counsel, Bristows LLP and Director, Cloud Legal Project, Queen Mary University of London

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Driving Big Data in the Marketing Research Industry

Broadcast Date: Thursday, February 6, 2014
1 – 2:30 p.m. EST

The market research industry has been collecting information on consumer behavior and attempting to analyze it for predictive purposes for over a century, long before the term “Big Data” was coined. Today this industry is at the forefront of the movement to collect, analyze and exploit vast amounts of information about what we buy, from whom and where using powerful technological tools previously unimagined. The market research ecosystem is vast and includes many organizations along the chain of data flow from collection to analysis. Join our virtual conversation to explore the interplay between new data sources and uses, the tension between self-imposed industry standards and regulatory guidance and the potential consequences emerging from Congressional inquiries and consumer expectations.

Panelists:
Gary Kibel, CIPP
, Partner, Davis & Gilbert LLP
George Pappachen
, Chief Privacy Officer, The Kantar Group
David Stark, CIPP
, Vice President Compliance and Privacy, GFK

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

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Coping with the Data Breach Regulatory Avalanche

Brought to You by ID Experts

Insurance compliance counsel explores best practices and tools for preparing for and responding to breach incidents involving PII and PHI.

Broadcast Date: January 23, 2014

Breach notification laws are complex and pose significant compliance challenges. So what should be put into place at your organization to create a culture of compliance, to ensure customer satisfaction and to build an environment of best practices for managing federal and state breach obligations? Join our expert panel to hear about CNO Financial Group’s incident management framework, including internal and third-party breach control and their use of ID Experts RADAR™ software, as well as suggestions on what regulated entities can do to protect their members and reputations while complying with federal and state breach notification laws.

What will be covered

  • Regulated data (PII/PHI) incident management & automation
  • CNO Financial Group’s Culture of Compliance & Governance Model 
  • Data privacy and security challenges from compliance counsel’s perspective
  • CNO Financial Group’s incident response management model, workflow and tools
  • Metrics for measuring success of your incident response compliance

What you will learn:

  • Identified challenges in insurance and other regulated organizations while managing data privacy and security incidents
  • The role of business associates agreements for ensuring data breach compliance 
  • Lessons from CNO Financial Group on developing a culture of compliance 
  • Roles and responsibilities for key decision-makers while managing incidents
  • How to prepare for and comply with state and HIPAA-mandated incident response obligations 
  • Benefits of using the ID Experts RADAR software to automate incident analysis, decision-making and reporting
  • Metrics you should consider for measuring success in managing privacy incident response

Panelists:
Stephanie L. Pasky, Compliance Counsel, Attorney at Law, CNO Services, LLC
Mahmood Sher-Jan, CHPC, Vice President of Product Management, ID Experts

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Privacy Challenges of Paper-Digital Conversions

Broadcast Date: December 5, 2013

While much of the transfer of personal and sensitive information during day-to-day internal operations happens digitally, paper is still widely used in most offices, and the conversion from one format to the other creates very real data loss potential. The healthcare industry in particular routinely handles both personal health and financial information, and keeping this data safe during these transitions poses many challenges. Join our panel of legal and operational experts as they map out where in systems some of the weakest points exist, what your legal obligations are and what you can do in your organization to prevent data loss at these junctures.

Panelists:
Dennis Amorosano, Senior Director of Solutions Marketing and Professional Services, Canon U.S.A. Inc.
Rita Bowen, Senior Vice President of Health Information Management and Privacy Officer, Healthport
Adam H. Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

Order Now

Analyzing LIBE’s Draft of the EU Data Protection Regulation

Broadcast Date: November 8, 2013

Recent revelations that U.S. government agencies engage in widespread civilian surveillance have contributed to the increased energy and enthusiasm in EU efforts to pass strict new data protection regulations. On Monday, 21 October, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) voted for a major overhaul of current EU data protection rules. Among the provisions now being considered for law are:

  • Required authorization from national data protection authorities before EU citizen’s personal information can be transferred out of the EU.
  • Potential fines of up to €100 million or up to five percent of annual worldwide turnover—whichever is greater—for violations.
  • A “Right to Erasure” clause.
  • Explicit consent requirements from data subjects for processing of their personal information.
  • Limits on “profiling” – the practice of analyzing or predicting a person’s performance based on personal information.

Join our panel of legal and operational experts who have been following these developments closely to hear just what is being proposed, what next steps need to be taken to bring these rules to fruition and what potential consequences could come into play for your organization.

Moderator:
Omer Tene, Vice President of Research and Education, IAPP

Panelists:
Florian Thoma, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, Former Chief Data Protection Officer, Siemens AG 
Henriette (Jetty) Tielemans, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels, Belgium
Justin Weiss, CIPP/US, Senior Director, International Privacy and Policy, Yahoo! Washington, DC

Member Price: $0
Nonmember Price: $119

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Bricks and Mortar Is Back—Emerging Privacy Issues for U.S. Retailers

Broadcast Date: October 31, 2013

Recent advances in technology and competitive pressures have prompted many bricks-and-mortar retailers to look for new ways to get to know their customers, promote their wares and manage their operations. This has resulted in a wave of new privacy concerns as in-store data collection, device tracking, surveillance cameras and other monitoring activities are becoming increasingly ubiquitous. Join our expert panel as they identify privacy concerns and trends in the physical retail environment and explore ways to mitigate legal and regulatory risks.

Panelists:
Yaron Dori, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Executive Director, Future of Privacy Forum

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

Order Now

Where Security Meets Privacy—Real-world Solutions
Broadcast Date: Thursday, October 17, 2013

The relationship between IT security and privacy teams within organizations should ideally be a strong one—with clear communication channels and responsibilities—but this is rarely the case. Competing demands, siloed cultures and even competition for budget can all contribute to produce a less-than-ideal partnership. Join us for this detailed conversation with three experienced privacy and security experts to gain tips and insights into how you can improve this working relationship at your organization. Practical knowledge will be shared through a hypothetical case study and supporting materials.
 
Panelists:
Jonathan Fox, CIPP/US, CIPM, Director of Data Privacy, McAfee, Inc.
Gant Redmon, General Counsel & Vice President of Business Development, Co3 Systems
Chris Zoladz, CIPP/US/IT/G/E, Founder and CEO Navigate LLC

 

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

 

Order Now

Vendor Management and Assurance

Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 3

Vendor management is likely an important part of your ongoing governance, risk and compliance program for the enterprise. With the FTC and state attorneys general enforcing violations and monitoring companies not implementing reasonable and appropriate security measures—including vendor assessment and assurance—the stakes are high for noncompliance. Join the members of our expert panel as they guide you through key considerations and obligations in working with downstream vendors.

Panelists:
Ellen Giblin, Esq., CIPP/US , CIPP/C, CIPP/G, Privacy Counsel, Ashcroft Law Firm
J. Antonio Sesin, Senior Counsel, Agero

Order Now

Updating Online Privacy Policies: Timely Advice from Experts

Broadcast Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014
1 – 2:30 p.m. EST

Evolving state, federal and foreign privacy laws—as well as business and technological developments—continue to spur the updating of privacy policies. With California’s Do Not Track in effect and other developments to come, now is the time for companies that collect information from or about consumers online or via mobile platforms to assess their privacy policies and practices with a view toward updating.

Join this panel of top experts who will provide practical teaching and drafting tips regarding:

  • California and other Do Not Track-related issues, including tracking users across devices or websites, over time, for analytics or advertising purposes
  • Special considerations for mobile payments and applications
  • Clear and conspicuous disclosures and consents and other formatting tips
  • Security of payment or other sensitive data
  • Updated rules for teens and children under 18
  • Cross-border collection and marketing topics, including cookie rules, EU-U.S. Safe Harbor and Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) compliance.

Panelists:
Jennifer Archie, CIPP/US, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP
Melissa Krasnow, CIPP/US, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Joanne McNabb , CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, CIPP/US
, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit, California Department of Justice

Order Now

Driving Big Data in the Marketing Research Industry

Broadcast Date: Thursday, February 6, 2014
1 – 2:30 p.m. EST

The market research industry has been collecting information on consumer behavior and attempting to analyze it for predictive purposes for over a century, long before the term “Big Data” was coined. Today this industry is at the forefront of the movement to collect, analyze and exploit vast amounts of information about what we buy, from whom and where using powerful technological tools previously unimagined. The market research ecosystem is vast and includes many organizations along the chain of data flow from collection to analysis. Join our virtual conversation to explore the interplay between new data sources and uses, the tension between self-imposed industry standards and regulatory guidance and the potential consequences emerging from Congressional inquiries and consumer expectations.

Panelists:
Gary Kibel, CIPP
, Partner, Davis & Gilbert LLP
George Pappachen
, Chief Privacy Officer, The Kantar Group
David Stark, CIPP
, Vice President Compliance and Privacy, GFK

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

Order Now

Privacy Challenges of Paper-Digital Conversions

Broadcast Date: December 5, 2013

While much of the transfer of personal and sensitive information during day-to-day internal operations happens digitally, paper is still widely used in most offices, and the conversion from one format to the other creates very real data loss potential. The healthcare industry in particular routinely handles both personal health and financial information, and keeping this data safe during these transitions poses many challenges. Join our panel of legal and operational experts as they map out where in systems some of the weakest points exist, what your legal obligations are and what you can do in your organization to prevent data loss at these junctures.

Panelists:
Dennis Amorosano, Senior Director of Solutions Marketing and Professional Services, Canon U.S.A. Inc.
Rita Bowen, Senior Vice President of Health Information Management and Privacy Officer, Healthport
Adam H. Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

Order Now

Bricks and Mortar Is Back—Emerging Privacy Issues for U.S. Retailers

Broadcast Date: October 31, 2013

Recent advances in technology and competitive pressures have prompted many bricks-and-mortar retailers to look for new ways to get to know their customers, promote their wares and manage their operations. This has resulted in a wave of new privacy concerns as in-store data collection, device tracking, surveillance cameras and other monitoring activities are becoming increasingly ubiquitous. Join our expert panel as they identify privacy concerns and trends in the physical retail environment and explore ways to mitigate legal and regulatory risks.

Panelists:
Yaron Dori, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Executive Director, Future of Privacy Forum

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

Order Now

Where Security Meets Privacy—Real-world Solutions
Broadcast Date: Thursday, October 17, 2013

The relationship between IT security and privacy teams within organizations should ideally be a strong one—with clear communication channels and responsibilities—but this is rarely the case. Competing demands, siloed cultures and even competition for budget can all contribute to produce a less-than-ideal partnership. Join us for this detailed conversation with three experienced privacy and security experts to gain tips and insights into how you can improve this working relationship at your organization. Practical knowledge will be shared through a hypothetical case study and supporting materials.
 
Panelists:
Jonathan Fox, CIPP/US, CIPM, Director of Data Privacy, McAfee, Inc.
Gant Redmon, General Counsel & Vice President of Business Development, Co3 Systems
Chris Zoladz, CIPP/US/IT/G/E, Founder and CEO Navigate LLC

 

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

 

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Practical Steps for Achieving Privacy Compliance on Mobile Platforms

Broadcast Date: September 26, 2013

Privacy on mobile platforms has emerged as one of the most important digital advertising issues of the year. In addition to multiple class-actions filed in recent months, government regulators have increased their enforcement activities in this area and have focused attention on privacy disclosures for mobile apps. In addition, 2013 has seen no less than four regulatory mobile privacy guidelines published including from the California attorney general’s office, the FTC, the Article 29 Working Party and the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration.

Join this virtual roundtable discussion with privacy leaders from the in-house community and hear them provide practical tips on both the legal and business perspectives of this issue. You’ll come away with useful advice on best practices, the avoidance of class-action lawsuits and regulatory enforcement actions that have become prevalent in 2013.

Moderator
Dominique Shelton, CIPP/US, Partner, Alston & Bird LLP

Panelists:
Marcus Morissette, CIPP/US, Director, Privacy - Marketplaces, eBay
Karen Zacharia, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, Verizon

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

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The Snowden Fallout—New EU Demands & Questions

New EU Demands and Questions for U.S. Service Providers and How to Respond

 

Broadcast Date: September 12, 2013

Despite a history of disagreements over privacy issues at the government level, European and U.S. businesses have largely enjoyed mutually beneficial working relationships with regards to personal data processing. The collaborations mostly recognize strengths on both sides of the Atlantic: U.S. technological leadership—including pragmatic approaches to privacy and security issues such as the Safe Harbor and Model Clauses mechanisms—and, in Europe, overall appreciation for a more conservative human rights approach to privacy. European companies have in large part continued to share personal data with their U.S. service providers despite frequent cyber rattling coming from EU-based privacy officials.
 
But Edward Snowden’s revelation about NSA surveillance activities have shaken this balance, requiring American companies to face a barrage of questions and doubts from their European customers regarding the security and privacy of personal data. Join our panel of experts as they outline demands recently made of U.S. service providers and gain practical guidance on how to meet these concerns.
 
Panelists:
Adam Connolly, Associate General Counsel, OPower
Laurel Finch, Vice President and General Counsel, MobileIron
Nicola McKilligan, VP, Senior Privacy Officer, Thompson Reuters, London
Boris Segalis, CIPP/US, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP
 
Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

 

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The Digital Health Revolution—Promises and Privacy Concerns

Original Broadcast Date: August 23, 2013

The move to electronic health records has been underway for years but has picked up considerable steam of late. Accompanying this sea change are amazing technologies that bring both the promise of increased efficiency and quality of healthcare as well as concerns about the protection and appropriate use of sensitive and personal information. Join legal and technical experts to explore the benefits and risks involved in processing data with a fascinating new technology, and its creators’ preemptive moves to address privacy issues.

Panelists:
Phil Lee, CIPP/E, CIPM, Partner, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
Deven McGraw, Director of the Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)
George Savage, Co-Founder, Chief Medical Officer, Proteus Digital Health

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

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Strategies for Winning and Avoiding Privacy Class-action Lawsuits

Broadcast Date: April 17, 2013

To an increasing degree, companies that advertise online are being subjected to putative class-action lawsuits. If this happens to your organization, should you attempt to settle or take the case to court? What examples of recent cases are illustrative, and what were the judgments? What are the best practices your organization can use to avoid class-action litigation? For answers to these questions and others, join our expert panelists as they discuss:

  • The types of claims asserted
  • Factors that influence the decision to settle or challenge
  • Ways to limit a company's exposure
  • The in-house perspective on how to manage class action suits once they occur

You’ll receive extensive written materials on the cases and trends explored in this insightful discussion.

Panelists:
Ian Ballon, CIPP/US, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP
Drew Bordages, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Specific Media and Myspace, Inc.
Rob Herrington, Co-Chair, National Products Liability and Mass Torts Practice, Greenberg Traurig LLP

Member Price: $159
Nonmember Price: $179

Order Now

The Risks in Assessing Risks

Free to IAPP Members:

IAPP Global Privacy Summit “Best of” Reprise session

60-minute recording made available on Thursday, April 10

Companies have embraced risk management to an unprecedented degree and with real benefits. However, behavioral economics and psychology have revealed significant gaps in the abilities of humans to adequately assess risk. Tune in to this well-received repeat performance of a 2014 Global Privacy Summit session to find out just where assumptions and common understandings commonly break down and what you can do to practically adjust for those situations.

What you’ll take away:

  • The common traps that people fall into when identifying risk
  • Techniques for avoiding common mistakes that can skew risk assessments
  • The value of thinking of approaches that cover a wide range of potential risks

Virtual Panelist:
Adam Turteltaub
, Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics

Order Now

Big Data, Privacy and Intangible Assets

Free to IAPP Members

60-minute recording made available on Thursday, April 10, 2014

We know that personalised data and databases are valuable, but how valuable are they? Have you thought about the intangible asset value of your databases from a privacy perspective rather than just an intellectual property perspective? Join the international experts on our panel as they preview for you aspects of a session that will take place live at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive in London, UK, this spring.

What will be covered:

  • The intangible value of the global data you collect, and how to make it more or less valuable
  • How to make your M&A targets cheaper
  • How to fend off unwanted corporate predators
  • The potential effect of new regulation, particularly regarding the profiling of individuals

What you’ll take away:

  • The application of data protection law can dramatically affect company valutations.
  • Those valuations can be affected up as well as down.
  • Privacy law should be a key part of any corporate transaction or insolvent reconstruction.

Panelists:
Kelvin King, Managing Director, Valuation Consulting Co Ltd
George Pappachen, Executive Vice President, Strategy at Kantar/WPP
Ashley Winton, Partner & Data, Privacy & Cyber Security Group Chair, White & Case LLP

Order Now

Privacy Pro’s Field Guide to Contracting & Compliance in the Cloud

Free to IAPP Members

60 minute recording available on Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Hosted by leading practitioners in the field, join us for this free to IAPP members web conference and get a preview of the insights to be shared during the full workshop to be given during the Global Privacy Summit. This web conference will provide you with practical and constructive guidance on cloud services procurement and deployment projects. The discussion will include a review of the latest legal and market research on cloud transactions and risks.

Presenter:
Christopher Millard, Of Counsel, Bristows LLP and Director, Cloud Legal Project, Queen Mary University of London

Order Now

Analyzing LIBE’s Draft of the EU Data Protection Regulation

Broadcast Date: November 8, 2013

Recent revelations that U.S. government agencies engage in widespread civilian surveillance have contributed to the increased energy and enthusiasm in EU efforts to pass strict new data protection regulations. On Monday, 21 October, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) voted for a major overhaul of current EU data protection rules. Among the provisions now being considered for law are:

  • Required authorization from national data protection authorities before EU citizen’s personal information can be transferred out of the EU.
  • Potential fines of up to €100 million or up to five percent of annual worldwide turnover—whichever is greater—for violations.
  • A “Right to Erasure” clause.
  • Explicit consent requirements from data subjects for processing of their personal information.
  • Limits on “profiling” – the practice of analyzing or predicting a person’s performance based on personal information.

Join our panel of legal and operational experts who have been following these developments closely to hear just what is being proposed, what next steps need to be taken to bring these rules to fruition and what potential consequences could come into play for your organization.

Moderator:
Omer Tene, Vice President of Research and Education, IAPP

Panelists:
Florian Thoma, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, Former Chief Data Protection Officer, Siemens AG 
Henriette (Jetty) Tielemans, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels, Belgium
Justin Weiss, CIPP/US, Senior Director, International Privacy and Policy, Yahoo! Washington, DC

Member Price: $0
Nonmember Price: $119

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Asia Pacific Privacy and Data Protection Law—Recent Developments

Recorded July 2013

Just a few years ago there were only a few Asia Pacific countries with standalone data protection or privacy laws in force. The landscape, however, is changing, with an increasing number of jurisdictions introducing new laws and regulations—and changing existing ones—and more are sure to follow. What new responsibilities will these requirements put on your organization if you do business in this part of the world? And how do these laws compare to other regimes? This recording provides answers to these questions and more, and provides an overview of privacy and data protection laws and their consequences throughout the region.

Panelists: Ken Chia, CIPP/IT, Principal, Baker & McKenzie, Wong & Leow 
James H. Kim, Foreign Legal Advisor, Kim, Choi & Lim 
Jacqueline Wong, Associate, Baker & McKenzie

Member Price: $0
Nonmember Price: $49

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Coping with the Data Breach Regulatory Avalanche

Brought to You by ID Experts

Insurance compliance counsel explores best practices and tools for preparing for and responding to breach incidents involving PII and PHI.

Broadcast Date: January 23, 2014

Breach notification laws are complex and pose significant compliance challenges. So what should be put into place at your organization to create a culture of compliance, to ensure customer satisfaction and to build an environment of best practices for managing federal and state breach obligations? Join our expert panel to hear about CNO Financial Group’s incident management framework, including internal and third-party breach control and their use of ID Experts RADAR™ software, as well as suggestions on what regulated entities can do to protect their members and reputations while complying with federal and state breach notification laws.

What will be covered

  • Regulated data (PII/PHI) incident management & automation
  • CNO Financial Group’s Culture of Compliance & Governance Model 
  • Data privacy and security challenges from compliance counsel’s perspective
  • CNO Financial Group’s incident response management model, workflow and tools
  • Metrics for measuring success of your incident response compliance

What you will learn:

  • Identified challenges in insurance and other regulated organizations while managing data privacy and security incidents
  • The role of business associates agreements for ensuring data breach compliance 
  • Lessons from CNO Financial Group on developing a culture of compliance 
  • Roles and responsibilities for key decision-makers while managing incidents
  • How to prepare for and comply with state and HIPAA-mandated incident response obligations 
  • Benefits of using the ID Experts RADAR software to automate incident analysis, decision-making and reporting
  • Metrics you should consider for measuring success in managing privacy incident response

Panelists:
Stephanie L. Pasky, Compliance Counsel, Attorney at Law, CNO Services, LLC
Mahmood Sher-Jan, CHPC, Vice President of Product Management, ID Experts

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The Implications of the NSA Leaks for Privacy Professionals

Original Broadcast Date: June 20, 2013

Reports of the NSA leaks have obviously put a sharp focus on how the agency gathers information and are prompting much discussion in the privacy world here and abroad. They also raise questions about the role of a CPO when the government comes knocking with a FISA Order, USA PATRIOT ACT NSL or other secret request. What is actually involved in a FISA request? What options, if any, exist for raising objections when called upon? Is there an obligation to resist broad requests?
Join our panel of seasoned privacy professionals discussing these important questions and more while taking your questions.

Eligible for 1.0 IAPP CPE credits.

Moderator:
Christopher Wolf, Privacy Practice Leader, Hogan Lovells US LLP, and Founder/Co-Chair, Future of Privacy Forum

Panelists:

Stewart Baker, Partner, Steptoe & Johnson, LLP
Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Omer Tene, Vice President of Research and Education, IAPP; Senior Lecturer at Israeli College of Management School of Law

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