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Can’t miss programs for 2015!

Our series of programs allows you to access more web conferences—and you get CPE credits.* Bonus!

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

  • Free

    Free to IAPP and AICPA members:
     
    Broadcast Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015
    1 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
     
    Whether leveraging third parties to perform the acquisition, processing, and retention of your organization’s PII or handling those duties in-house, reducing the risk of loss or misuse of that data and assuring the reduction of that risk is of utmost concern to privacy professionals. Join this online discussion led by seasoned experts in the legal and accounting fields to hear the latest techniques and standards you should consider putting into place in your organization.
     
    This program will compare and contrast various approaches available for managing third-party vendors including: indemnification, questionnaires, user audits, ISO 27001, HITRUST, SSAE 16, and SOC 2, as well as highlight recent changes made by the AICPA to a new privacy principle for use in self-assessment and attestation under SOC 2.
     
    What you’ll take away:
    •    Participants will obtain familiarity with various assurance tools and a foundation in the relationship between assurance tools and legal and enterprise risk management.
     
    Panelists:
     
    Dan Schroeder, Partner-in-Charge, Information Assurance Services, Habif, Arogeti & Wynne,LLP
    Gerard M. Stegmaier, CIPP/US, Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
     
    CPE credits available: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle and CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts.

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  • Free

    Free to all:
     
    Brought to You by Absio Corporation
     
    In the last year it has become increasingly clear to businesses, consumers and governments that the related problems of digital privacy and cyber theft must be solved. Email is at the heart of this challenge, as one of the most common vehicles for transporting potentially private and sensitive information.
     
    Broadcast Date: Thursday, March 26, 2015
    1 to 2 p.m. EDT
     
    Email is used every day to deliver information and discuss private and sensitive issues, making it fertile ground for hackers and a treasure trove of information for potential litigation. At the same time, organizations use email to intentionally let outsiders in and allow insiders to send nearly anything out. Perimeter security has become irrelevant to email, when high walls designed to keep the bad guys out are meaningless when a link or attachment, once opened, lets them invade your network. Similarly, firewalls don’t protect your employees and your organization when email is used as part of the normal workflow to discuss sensitive topics and share files outside your network. Once those sensitive messages and files have left your network, you lose all control over them, essentially outsourcing the safekeeping of your information to someone else. The Sony breach alone demonstrates that we cannot have confidence that those to whom we send email won’t let that information get out of control.
    Executives aware of these core problems with email seek to gain control over the data they receive and share. But the inherent risk of the email channel can’t be eliminated by simply implementing better security; it requires control of the messages and attachments regardless of whether they exist within or outside of your organization.
     
    What you’ll learn:
     
    •    What cybersecurity technologies are currently being used to protect email communications
    •    The pros and cons of current technologies
    •    Which emerging technologies enable control of email communications everywhere they exist
    •    Implications of making email secure and controlled by default
     
    Panelist:
    Dan Kruger, Founder and Chief Architect, Absio Corporation
     
    CPEs available:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications
     

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  • Free

    Free to all:
     
    Brought to You by Absio Corporation
     
    In the last year it has become increasingly clear to businesses, consumers and governments that the related problems of digital privacy and cyber theft must be solved. Email is at the heart of this challenge, as one of the most common vehicles for transporting potentially private and sensitive information.
     
    Broadcast Date: Thursday, March 26, 2015
    1 to 2 p.m. EDT
     
    Email is used every day to deliver information and discuss private and sensitive issues, making it fertile ground for hackers and a treasure trove of information for potential litigation. At the same time, organizations use email to intentionally let outsiders in and allow insiders to send nearly anything out. Perimeter security has become irrelevant to email, when high walls designed to keep the bad guys out are meaningless when a link or attachment, once opened, lets them invade your network. Similarly, firewalls don’t protect your employees and your organization when email is used as part of the normal workflow to discuss sensitive topics and share files outside your network. Once those sensitive messages and files have left your network, you lose all control over them, essentially outsourcing the safekeeping of your information to someone else. The Sony breach alone demonstrates that we cannot have confidence that those to whom we send email won’t let that information get out of control.
    Executives aware of these core problems with email seek to gain control over the data they receive and share. But the inherent risk of the email channel can’t be eliminated by simply implementing better security; it requires control of the messages and attachments regardless of whether they exist within or outside of your organization.
     
    What you’ll learn:
     
    •    What cybersecurity technologies are currently being used to protect email communications
    •    The pros and cons of current technologies
    •    Which emerging technologies enable control of email communications everywhere they exist
    •    Implications of making email secure and controlled by default
     
    Panelist:
    Dan Kruger, Founder and Chief Architect, Absio Corporation
     
    CPEs available:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications
     

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Web Conference Recordings

  • Nonmember
    $119
    Member
    Free

    Free to IAPP members:
     
    IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2015
    Preview Web Conference
     
    60-minute recording released February 5
     
    Hear the latest regulatory enforcement trends in privacy and data security from the U.S., Canada and the EU. In the U.S., you’ll hear about the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state enforcement developments and trends under the FTC Act along with similar state laws. Next stop is Canada, with an emphasis on how businesses are dealing with the newly implemented Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation and changes to federal privacy law. Finally, gain insights into European developments through a discussion of the current state of play between EU and U.S. regulators with an update on the different approaches national regulators have taken toward investigations and enforcement this past year and what might emerge moving forward.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •   A better understanding of the key focus areas of various regulatory bodies and what that focus means for privacy professionals in 2015 and beyond.
     
    Panelists:
    Arielle Brown, Westin Fellow, IAPP
    Shaun Brown, Partner, nNovation LLP
    Ieuan Jolly, CIPP/US, Partner, Loeb & Loeb LLP
     
    Eligible CPE credits: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance.
     

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: February 12th, 2015

    These days, with organizations collecting, processing and utilizing personal information in ever more innovative and aggressive ways, developing a comprehensive organizational methodology for identifying and evaluating privacy risks is paramount to long term business success. Theoretical structures to tackle data protection challenges have existed for many years, but building off these foundations and translating them into implementable policies and procedures first requires careful consideration of the inherent privacy risks at play. Join this online discussion to hear from thought leaders in the legal, academic and private-sector spheres on some of the key considerations in risk assessment and management, including:
     
     *   its proper role in the context of privacy protection, both where there are existing data privacy laws and in absence of such laws;
     *   the interaction between core elements of risk assessments such as harms, benefits and individual rights and interests;
     *   the importance of determining both the likelihood and severity of harm associated with data processing;
     *   the nature of the harms or impacts that must be considered;
     *   the need for making risk assessment tools efficient, scalable and flexible; and
     *   applying risk assessments to the entire lifecycle of data processing, from collection to disposal.
     
    Panelists:
    Bojana Bellamy, CIPP/E
    President, Centre for Information Policy Leadership Hunton & Williams LLP
     
    Fred H. Cate
    Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law
     
    Hilary Wandall, CIPM, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    Associate Vice President, Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer of Merck & Co.
     
     
    Eligible CPE's: 
    CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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  • Nonmember
    $119
    Member
    Free

    Increased transparency and accountability or potential privacy violation?
     
    Original Broadcast Date: January 30, 2015

    The use of body worn video cameras by law enforcement officials is on the rise of late, and given recent news events, the trend isn’t likely to abate any time soon. Even as the technology is being increasingly adopted, a heated debate is taking place within police departments, across the country and in the public square—will the footage captured lead to increased trust and accountability between citizens and law enforcement, or will it lead to privacy violations? Questions persist on when the cameras should be turned on; how long the footage should be held and under what circumstances, and what rights the public should have to access and view it.
    Join our virtual panel of public authorities—who’ve been wrestling with these questions—and an academic privacy law expert for their predictions on what likely lies on the horizon for this potentially powerful technology.
     
    Panelists:
    Liz Lyons, CIPP, CIPP/G, Privacy Officer, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department
    Christopher S. Lee, CIPP/US/G, Directorate Privacy Officer, Science & Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
    Neil Richards, Professor of Law, Washington University Law School
     
    CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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  • Nonmember
    $119
    Member
    Free

    IAPP Privacy Academy 2014 “Best of” Reprise Web Conference—The Human Element to Data Security
     
    If thieves want to get into your business systems, they will find a way ... regardless of the IT security you have in place. Therefore, to minimize risk an educated workforce is critical to your defense and arming your employees with knowledge about how crooks want to rip off the company and training them on how to protect critical information will help your organization avoid being the next headline splash (in a bad way) on the news.
    Join this online discussion to learn about the most common methods used by data thieves to steal personal information and the proprietary data that drives your business. Attendees will hear about who the weak links are within an organizational structure and how to mitigate the associated risks.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •    Technology makes data security breaches easy to execute from afar, but the human element is a critical component to successful theft.
     
    •    The top methods thieves use to steal information including the use of social engineering.
     
    •    How to educate employees about the "black market" in personal and company-proprietary information, and then enlist them to become the company’s “neighborhood watch”. Transform them from a potential weak link in the system to a critical organizational element in the fight to prevent data breaches and the necessary watchdog to defeat an elusive enemy.
     
    Virtual Panelist
    Emily E. Duke, Esq., owner, CyberSmart Law and Duke Law Office PLLC
     
    CPE credits available: CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts
     
     
     
     

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: January 29, 2015

    States have a keen interest in protecting the privacy interests of consumers and citizens within their jurisdictions and are increasingly active in enacting legislative protections as well as pursuing enforcement actions under state privacy and unfair and deceptive practices acts. In addition, states are entitled to enforce federal privacy laws such as COPPA and HIPAA and are increasingly taking advantage of this right. Join us for this discussion with key enforcement officials from two of the most active states in privacy enforcement, Connecticut and New Jersey, and hear them describe how their offices approach enforcement actions under state and federal law.  You’ll hear their insights on how these states—and others—have evaluated cases from an enforcement perspective over the past year and what could be coming in 2015, and you’ll get the opportunity to have your questions answered.
     
    Moderator:
    Divonne Smoyer, CIPP/US
    Partner, Reed Smith LLP
     
    Panelists:
    Matthew F. Fitzsimmons
    Connecticut Attorney General's Office
    Chair, Privacy Task Force, Assistant Attorney General
     
    Glenn T. Graham
    New Jersey Attorney General’s Office
    Deputy Attorney General
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: December 11, 2014

    Privacy professionals today play an increasingly important role in many types of legal transactions—buying or selling a business, advising in connection with a public offering or negotiating the strategic aspects of data transfers during mergers. What questions should be asked in order to serve due diligence? What are the roles of representation, warranties and disclosure schedules? And how are these questions complicated by issues such as employee data and internet based advertising, international data flows and the changing regulatory landscape? Join our panel of seasoned experts as they bridge the gap between corporate law and privacy professionals to shed light on practical strategies and considerations for privacy and data protection issues in transactions.  
     
    Speakers:
    Jennifer Carroll Archie, CIPP/US, Partner, Latham & Watkins, LLP
    Eric Heath, Vice President-Privacy, Yahoo! Inc.
    Gerard M. Stegmaier, CIPP/US, Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle
     

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  • Free

    Free to IAPP members
     
    Brought to you by Privacy Analytics
     
    Original Broadcast Date: November 20th, 2014

    The revenue generated from monetizing data collected by private-sector organizations has been estimated to be as much as $300 billion per year in the next three to five years in the financial sector alone. With the unabated growth of consumer and health data, privacy officers are in the midst of challenging executive discussions as finance, sales and marketing functions look for new ways to drive revenue, growth and margin into their organizations using their data assets while continuing to protect their customers’ PII. Here, you’ll explore a risk-based framework for not only examining the opportunity of data monetization but also the legal and situational context for its use. The framework outlines the essential conditions by which data monetization can be considered as a valuable revenue stream, all the while ensuring legal and reputational considerations are taken into account for its resale.

    What you’ll take away:

    • The key business drivers of data monetization
    • How organizations are justifying the business case for leveraging their data assets for resale
    • A risk-based framework that identifies the appropriate conditions and context for monetizing data
    • Critical steps that privacy, sales and marketing functions can take to determine whether their data assets should indeed be sold

    Panelists:
    David Hoffman, CIPP/US,  Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation
    Nathalie Holmes, CIPP/US, VP Business Development and Marketing

     Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: October 30, 2014

    Generation Z, the post-Millennial Generation of consumers, is growing up to be the most technologically savvy and privacy-conscious to date. Recent updates to the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) are designed to increase protections for children’s use of websites and apps, but the latest Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforcement actions show the complexities companies face in getting compliance right. What’s clear is that whether kids are your core market or just a part of your wider audience, you need to understand your compliance requirements and be seen as trustworthy recipients of kids’ data.
    Join this web conference to hear directly from the FTC and the private sector on the legal framework and current best-practice solutions when collecting, using and sharing data about Generation Z consumers.
     
    By attending, you will:
    •    Understand recent changes to COPPA and what this means for businesses that collect, use and share children’s data;
    •    Hear directly from the FTC about its updated FAQs and current enforcement priorities;
    •    Understand current global regulatory requirements, including proposed changes in the EU Data Protection Regulation, and
    •    Learn about best practices for managing kids’ privacy today.
     
    Panelists:
    Peder Magee, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
    Joanne Furtsch, CIPP/US, CIPP/C, Director of Product Policy, TRUSTe
     
     Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPP/G, Laws

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  • Nonmember
    $119
    Member
    Free

    IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress Preview Web Conference:
    Why Do Europe's Obsolete Data Protection Laws Have a Future?
     
    Free to IAPP Members
     
    60-minute recording available on Wednesday, October 15
     
    Europe is committed to data protection, but its laws are obsolete. Join us for this virtual preview of a session to take place live at this year’s Data Protection Congress to explore how that happened, what Europe is trying to do about it and how these efforts will affect anyone who processes the personal data of Europeans. To be discussed are two particular aspects of that obsolescence: direct marketing and international data transfers. Europe is finding it difficult to deal with the first because technology has responded to its laws in ways that could not have been anticipated and to the second because its laws were inadequate in the first place. But these issues mask a deeper problem: Europe doesn’t have one data protection law; it has 28, all of which are similar but none of which are the same.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
       •     An understanding of the issues associated with the obsolete directive and the resulting limitations of antiquated technologies and controls.
     
    Virtual Panelist:
    Denis Kelleher, Barrister-at-Law, Central Bank of Ireland
     
    Eligible CPEs: Introduction to EU Data Protection  

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original broadcast date: September 25, 2014

    The privacy and confidentiality risks to be found in the financial services sector can be dealt with partly by complying with regulatory requirements of bank secrecy, outsourcing and client confidentiality regulations as well as varying data protection laws around the globe. But the fast-changing nature of these regulations requires those operating within the space to regularly measure compliance requirements against potentially competing business objectives. Join us for this in-depth program to hear about:
     
    •    The trend of global data privacy regulations in general, including recent and upcoming changes, and what implications they might have for the sector;
     
    •    The strategic, operational and financial risks associated with noncompliance on these regulations.
    Additionally, the expert panel will share best-practice examples of potential remediation, including approach, mitigation of risks and enabling of an environment of compliance along with sustainable business change.
     
    Panelists:
    Suzanne Rodway, Group Head of Privacy, Royal Bank of Scotland
    Subhasish Roy, CIPP/E
    , Privacy Centre of Excellence lead for Financial Services sector, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
    Stewart Room, Partner and Head of Privacy legal practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Progam Governance 

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  • Nonmember
    $119
    Member
    Free

    60 minute recording available on August 28th, 2014
     
    Counseling Your Board on Privacy, Security and Data Protection  
     
    With data breaches, cyber-attacks and governmental enforcement on the rise and front and center in the news, organizations face an increased likelihood of claims, legal proceedings and costs. Without a proper understanding of the privacy and data security issues facing the organization and awareness of the oversight responsibilities of the Board to address data privacy and security, directors and officers risk breaching their fiduciary duties and exposing the organization to liability. Join us to explore the role of the Board and counselors to the Board in issues facing organizations in connection with data breaches and cyber-attacks and examine the practical steps they can take to mitigate these risks. We will address implementing Privacy by Design, conducting a risk audit, instituting an oversight process, acquiring cyber-insurance and providing adequate public disclosures to investors and potential investors, and we’ll review the Securities and Exchange Commission guidance.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •  Awareness of the likelihood of data privacy and security issues and their consequences and impact on the bottom line
    •  Steps to implement cyber security and privacy programs
    •  An understanding of how carefully crafted risk factor and other public disclosures/notices will reduce the risk of regulatory action and litigation
    •  Practical Steps to implement Board oversight of cyber risk plans
     
    Virtual Panelists:
    David Benkert, Director, Disputes & Investigations, Navigant
    Sharon Klein, Partner, Pepper Hamilton LLP  
    Justin Walker, Managing Counsel, Hyundai Motor America
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: August 21, 2014

    Enterprise information technology is seeing the increasing convergence of four related trends: social media interaction, mobility, cloud and information (Big Data). All businesses are affected, including large corporations that are being pushed and pulled by customers and staff to build and launch mobile applications (apps) that deliver a diverse range of information, goods and services. Launching apps has become inevitable for many large organizations, whether the development takes place externally or is done by internal IT staff. As recent regulatory guidance and enforcement actions have shown, privacy policies must reflect the reality of the apps’ activities, keep information secure and use transparent or clear information and consent procedures. Additionally, a need exists to increase corporate understanding of how apps operate, process personal information and impact privacy.
     
    What you will take away:
    •  An understanding of what’s involved in building, launching and managing apps and how they affect your privacy policies
    •  How to ensure data security is at the heart of the design-and-build process
    •  Key lessons from FTC’s enforcement actions against Path and Snapchat
    •  Current and future enforcement activities by privacy regulators in the U.S. and the EU
     
    Virtual Panelists
    Wayne Cleghorn, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, Managing Director and Chief Data Privacy Consultant, PrivacySolved (UK/EU)
    Andrew Paterson, Senior Technology Officer, UK Information Commissioner’s Office
    Tim Sparapani, Vice President, Law, Policy and Government Affairs, Application Developers Alliance (U.S.)
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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  • Nonmember
    $179
    Member
    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: August 7, 2014

    Join us for this case study of incidents that were investigated as breaches to hear industry experts provide analysis and practical guidance in determining if an incident involving PHI requires notification. The presenters, which include a former Office for Civil Rights veteran and experienced healthcare information privacy and security professionals, will review real-life examples of breach incidents and reveal strategies on how to determine the risk of a breach under the “new” Breach Notification Rule criteria as well as the California reporting requirements. A simulated event will be presented, and the expert panel will walk you through identification and response steps as well as take your virtual questions from the field.

    What you’ll take away:

    •  Best-practice strategies for breach prevention and breach evaluation through an interactive discussion with panelists and attending peers.

    •  Practical guidance from seasoned privacy and security experts on how to assess the severity of a variety of breaches and evaluate the appropriate levels of response, including notifications.

    •  Lessons learned from real-life examples of breach incidents to make informed decisions on appropriate actions.

    Panelists:
    Marti Arvin, Chief Compliance Officer, UCLA Health System and David Geffen School of Medicine
    David Holtzman, Vice President for Compliance, CynergisTek, Inc.
    Jeff Vossenkemper, Director of Information Security, University of Iowa Health Care
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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  • Nonmember
    $179
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    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: July 31, 2014

    In April of 2014, the EU Article 29 Data Protection Working Party published an opinion paper covering the legal, policy and technical considerations of data anonymization. This web conference examines the opinion in detail and relates it to current anonymization practices, guidance from other regulators and other opinions from the Working Party.
     
    In particular, some of the issues addressed are:
     
    •    the concept of acceptable risk,
    •    inferences from data that are potentially stigmatizing or discriminatory,
    •    the role of pseudonymization,
    •    whether anonymization is a compatible use,
    •    the retention of original identifiable data after anonymization,
    •    defining the adversary during anonymization and  
    •    incorrect re-identification.
     
    The program references and makes available to participants a report providing detailed analysis of these topics. Attendees will gain practical insight into interpreting the opinion and its implications for data-sharing in general.
     
    Panelists:
    Dr. Khaled El Emam, Senior Scientist, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, Director of Electronic Health Information Laboratory, CEO and Founder of Privacy Analytics, Inc.
    Cecilia Alvarez, Counsel, Uria Menendez, Madrid, Spain
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations 

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    $119
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    Free

    Free to IAPP Members:
     
    IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive “Best of” Reprise Web Conference—Global Compliance and Strategic Privacy Risk Management
     
    60-minute recording available on Friday, June 27
     
    This informative reprise from one of the best-attended sessions of this year’s Data Protection Intensive takes a look at how to organize and set up or improve a global privacy compliance program. Including a strategic overview, specific recommendations for high priority areas to focus on and techniques you can use to calculate privacy ROI, the members of this EU-based panel share extensive expertise and many insights gleaned from senior positions at leading multinational companies.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •    Understanding of how to produce or update policies, including a global privacy policy
    •    Insight on measuring privacy ROI
     
    Virtual Panelists:
    Robbie Downing, Of Counsel, Baker & McKenzie LLP
    Jyn Schultze-Melling, Group Data Protection Officer, Allianz Group
    Steve Wright, Global Privacy Officer, Unilever
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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  • Free

    Free IAPP Web Conference:
    Brought to you by Privacy Ref

    Original Broadcast Date: July 17, 2014

    In 2011, New England-based retailer Day’s Jewelers uncovered a data breach involving thousands of customer credit and debit cards. A federal investigation revealed hackers overseas had infiltrated the Day’s IT system and put the data of New England customers in jeopardy. While the company worked through the investigation with federal agents, it built a team of PR, IT and legal experts to help in the recovery phase.
    Day’s Jewelers, founded in 1914, is respected across Maine and New Hampshire as a family-owned business with strong ties to its customers, employees and the nonprofit organizations it supports. In 2011, it was facing a PR nightmare. The trust it had worked almost a century to build was jeopardized by a data breach it could not predict. And the breach happened during the company’s busiest holiday months, with the news reaching the public just before Valentine’s Day, one of its most profitable holidays.

    Join us for this informative web conference as we examine this case study in detail and also hear from a small business privacy consultant who will provide guidance and advice on how best to prepare for and respond to similar incidents.
     
    Panelists:
    Jeff Corey, Owner, Day’s Jewelers
    Dianna Fletcher, Founder and President, Fletcher Media
    Bob Siegel, CIPP/US, CIPP/C, CIPM, CIPT Founder and CEO, Privacy Ref LLC
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    $179
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    $159

    Original Broadcast Date: June 10, 2014

    The latest amendment to the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) became effective on January 1 of this year. The law now requires privacy policies to include certain Do Not Track (DNT) disclosures, which has led to confusion and uncertainty on how to comply. To provide guidance, California Attorney General Kamala Harris recently released a guide titled Making Your Privacy Practices Public.
     
    What to make of it? Join us for this online discussion with a panel of practicing privacy professionals to unpack the guidance and its key takeaways. To be considered during the program:
     
    •    Updates that may need to be made to online privacy policies,
    •    How compliance with CalOPPA and the Guidance fits together with the DAA’s Self-Regulatory program for online interest-based advertising
    •    What this all means for businesses and privacy professionals going forward.
     
    Moderator:  
    Heather Egan Sussman, CIPP/US, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
    Panelists:  
    Joanne McNabb, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice
    Todd B. Ruback, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPP/IT, Chief Privacy Officer, Ghostery
    Genie Barton, Vice President and Director, Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program & Mobile Marketing Initiatives, Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc.
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 28, 2014
     
    In response to questions on the IAPP’s Privacy List, AvePoint and the IAPP are teaming up to offer this instructional webinar to assist you in setting up and using the AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment (APIA) system. APIA, which has already been downloaded by more than 1,200 people in 62 countries, can help you automate, track and report out on the process of conducting privacy impact assessments (PIAs). PIAs help organizations understand the effects new technology systems have on privacy and security policies and have been introduced as a requirement of many global privacy laws; however, they can involve a time-consuming and manual process. In this session, representatives from both AvePoint and the IAPP will offer up tips for installing, configuring and using the APIA system.
     
    Panelists:
    Dana L. Simberkoff, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Risk Management and Compliance, AvePoint, Inc.
    Perry Dickau, Compliance Solutions Specialist, AvePoint Inc.
    Zachary Silver, Compliance Solutions Engineer, AvePoint Inc.
    Caleb O’Connell, CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, Systems Administrator, IAPP
    Emily Leach, CIPP/US, Knowledge Manager, IAPP
     
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 30, 2014
     
    On 13 May, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that Google may be forced to remove links to factual and legally permissible news stories about individuals from its search results that are “inadequate, irrelevant … or excessive” under a “right to be forgotten” that is derived from the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. In the U.S., access to legal, factual information is protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Rarely, if ever, has there been a decision that presents such a stark contrast.
    Join our expert panel as they tackle these questions and more:
     
    •   What is the impact of the ruling on the right to free expression and the right to obtain information in the EU? Does the ruling make privacy law a potential censorship tool?
     
    •   What companies might be subject to the ECJ’s ruling? Just search engines, or others? What triggers EU jurisdiction for companies with websites that are visible in the EU while the companies are based elsewhere?
     
    •   How will the ECJ ruling work in application? How will companies determine what is “inadequate, irrelevant … or excessive” Under what circumstances will the newly articulated right to be forgotten be enforced? When will the right to be forgotten be outweighed by the public’s need to be informed?
     
    •   What risks will companies run if they are unable to fully comply with the “right to be forgotten?”  
     
    •   What is the likely impact of this decision on the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation and transatlantic privacy relations?
     
    Panelists:
    Eric Posner, Kirkland & Ellis Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago Law School
    Jeffrey Rosen,
    President and CEO, National Constitution Center and Professor of Law at the George Washington University
    Giovanni Sartor, Professor of Legal Informatics and Legal Theory, European University Institute and University of Bologna
    Christopher Wolf, Partner and Head of Global Privacy Practice, Hogan Lovells, LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: June 18, 2014
     
    Whether your organization is just beginning to contemplate Binding Corporate Rules (BCR), is in the process of preparing and applying, or has had its BCR in place for many years, obtaining and maintaining authorization is a major initiative for the privacy office to manage.
     
    Hear from chief privacy officers of two organizations at opposite ends of the BCR life cycle: Johnson Controls, which has just launched its BCR project, and GE, which has had BCR in place for employee data since 2005. Both organizations deployed Nymity Attestor™, a data privacy program management tool that enables the privacy office to demonstrate accountability and compliance in order to:
     
    •    Establish a centralized repository to facilitate easy collaboration between the privacy office, external counsel and the individuals throughout the business responsible for processing personal data;
    •    Leverage automated mapping of documentation to requirements of national laws, a key input to  BCR compliance, and
    •    Report to stakeholders—including management and data protection authorities—on-demand, with evidence.
     
    Attendees may prepare for the web conference by downloading the free book, A Privacy Office Guide to Demonstrating Accountability. Attendees will receive a BCR Readiness Assessment Template for mapping requirements of BCR to the existing privacy program.
     
    Moderator:
    Lauren Reid, CIPP/US, CIPM, Director, Compliance Solutions, Nymity
     
    Panelists:
    Peter Lefkowitz, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, GE
    Michael Scuvée, CIPP/E, Chief Privacy Officer, Johnson Controls
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 15, 2014
     
    Transatlantic data flows are the lifeblood of U.S.- EU trade. Yet, in a post-Snowden world, exports of data from the European Union to the U.S. are under greater scrutiny than ever – particularly those made under the U.S. EU Safe Harbor framework. Over time, European regulators have become increasingly vocal in raising concerns about the perceived lack of compliance with Safe Harbor commitments, limited U.S. Federal Trade Commission enforcement and law enforcement disclosure loopholes. This culminated in the European Commission publishing a report calling on the U.S. to adopt 13 recommendations by Summer 2014 in order to "restore trust" in Safe Harbor—and threaten possible suspension of Safe Harbor if improvements aren't made.
     
    Join our expert panel, including a representative from the U.S. Department of Commerce and a former French data protection regulator, to investigate these questions and more:
     
    •         What does this mean for businesses who depend on Safe Harbor to receive data from the EU?  
    •         What recommendations has the European Commission proposed?  
    •         How likely are they to take effect?  
    •         What is the status of EU-U.S. consultations?  
    •         And what, if anything, can businesses be doing about all of this?
     
    Panelists:
    Emmanuelle Bartoli, Chief Legal Counsel Data Privacy and Security, Atos, Paris, France
    Caitlin Fennessy, CIPP/US, Administrator U.S. - EU Safe Harbor Framework, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce
    Phil Lee, CIPP/E, CIPM, Partner, Head of U.S. Office, Field Fisher Waterhouse
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium Preview Web Conference -
    Doing business in Canada: What You Need To Know About Privacy, Anti-SPAM Legislation and Litigation
     
    60-minute recording  posted on Thursday, April 24, 2014
     
    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices

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    Free IAPP Web Conference:
     
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    Original Broadcast Date: May 8, 2014

    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
    Christina Peters, CIPP/US, Corporate Chief Privacy Officer, IBM
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    IAPP Global Privacy Summit “Best of” Reprise Web Conference—The Risks in Assessing Risks
     
    60-minute recording 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    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 we’ll cover:
    •         The intangible asset value of the data you collect today, around the world 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: April 3, 2014

    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    60 minute recording first available on February 13th, 2014

    Hosted by a leading practitioner 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 27, 2014

    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: 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 and
    •    Cross-border collection and marketing topics including cookie rules, EU Safe Harbor, and Canadian 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
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 6, 2014

    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Coping with the Data Breach Regulatory Avalanche - Insurance compliance counsel explores best practices and tools for preparing for and responding to breach incidents involving PII and PHI.
     
    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: January 9, 2014
     
    Developing effective and efficient working relationships with myriad external business partners is challenging at best and made even more so by privacy and data security compliance requirements that vary by jurisdiction and industry sector. Privacy regulations, industry best practices and audit standards are moving companies and government bodies toward a standardized process for confirming compliance and risk management treatment of the vendor, third-party service provider chain. So where can commonalities be found and capitalized upon, and what common stumbling blocks exist in the RFP, contract negotiation and fulfillment processes? Also, what efforts are underway to standardize and make checklists, registries and compliance requirements public? Our expert panel will guide you through these questions and more while providing a forum for you to ask your own.
     
    Panelists:
    Ellen Giblin, Esq., CIPP/US , CIPP/C, CIPP/G, Privacy Counsel, Ashcroft Law Firm
    Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Executive Director, Future of Privacy Forum
    Al Silipigni, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, HSBC U.S.
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original 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'
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Introduction to EU Data Protection, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: November 14, 2013

    Much has been said about what ought to be required of data processors and controllers with regard to securing and retaining private citizens’ personal information. But how to marry the dual demands of securing personal data while allowing proper access to those who need it, all the while complying with applicable jurisdictional and sectoral laws? Join this virtual discussion with two seasoned Brussels-based privacy and security experts to hear practical solutions to these challenges, and how they relate to the proposed EU data protection regulations.
     
    Panelists:
    Achim Klabunde, Head of Sector IT Policy, European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)
    Bavo Van den Heuvel, Founder, Cranium BVBA, Brussels, Belgium
    Johan Vandendriessche, Partner, crosslaw, Brussels, Belgium
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original 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
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: July 17, 2013
     
    Undertaking a privacy audit at your organization is a great way to create a baseline for ongoing development of information management policies and procedures, or to improve on already existing systems. But what are the various types of audits, and which one is right for your organization? What should be considered when choosing a third party to work with, and what regulatory expectations exist that you should be aware of? Additionally, you’ll hear about:
     
    •    The GAPP and SOC report frameworks
    •    The privacy maturity model
    •    Privacy attestation considerations including:
       o    In scope environment
       o    Audit approach, trail, evidence collection and period
     
    Join our panel of seasoned privacy professionals as they answer these questions and more while taking  your questions from the virtual audience.
     
    Panelists:
    Nicholas F. Cheung, CIPP/C, Director, Program and Publication Development and Chief Privacy Officer, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)

    Doron M. Rotman, CIPP/US, National Privacy Service Leader, KPMG LLP (US)
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    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.


    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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    Original Broadcast Date: July 11, 2013

    With every new state, federal and international privacy law enacted, the need for solid legal guidance increases for organizations that deal with personal and sensitive information. Whether that advice comes in the form of full-time internal counsel or occasional external assistance, privacy professionals are rapidly becoming the essential go-to people for this knowledge, and privacy jobs are proliferating. If you’re considering entering the field or would like to advance your career, how should you get started? And what paths might you follow? Join our panel of privacy pros—both seasoned and novice—to hear their stories, learn what to prioritize and discover what the first years will likely bring. A high-level view of basic privacy laws will be covered as well.
     
    Panelists:
    Scott R. Boesel, Senior Counsel, Xerox Corporation
    Jacob J. Herstek, CIPP/US, Of Counsel, Nixon Peabody LLP
    Lauren James, Attorney, Wittie, Letsche & Waldo LLP
     
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    Original Broadcast Date: June 7, 2013

    In an attempt to curb fraud and illegal insider trading communications, an unlikely alliance of regulators and industry groups, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority or “FINRA” among them, are seeking to amend state laws to allow employers access to Wall Street employee’s social media accounts. These efforts are problematic for employers who are faced with conflicting requirements and responsibilities, and for employees, who are faced with the potential invasion of their personal privacy. Join our panel of legal experts as we explore this tension and discuss the possible consequences and outcomes should this access come to pass.
     
    Panelists:
    David A. Felt, Of Counsel, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP, Former Senior Vice President and
    Privacy General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase
    Montserrat C. Miller, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Christopher Sundermeier, General Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, Reputation.com
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 16, 2013

    Amidst a dramatic uptick in Internet access and usage, Latin American nations are turning their focus to data privacy. From 2000 to 2008, only Argentina and Uruguay created comprehensive data privacy regimes. Yet in just a two-year span from 2010 to 2012, another six countries—Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru and Trinidad and Tobago—have adopted comprehensive data privacy laws of their own. More laws and regulations are sure to follow, including perhaps in key markets like Brazil. Join a discussion of developments in Latin America with a leading Brazilian lawyer who served as head of the government agency in charge of consumer protection policy and a U.S.-based practitioner advising U.S. and EU multinationals on their data protection interests in Latin America.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •    An understanding of foundational privacy principles in Latin America
    •    An overview of recent privacy developments in the region
    •    An analysis of trends and the possible trajectory of data protection in the region, including in Brazil
     
    Panelists:
    Matthew S. DelNero, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
    Mariana Tavares de Arujo, Partner, Levy & Salomao Advogados

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 9, 2013

    Data privacy professionals focus on privacy risks and controls in an organization’s day-to-day business operations, but often less thought is given to privacy risks in electronic discovery. Data collected for litigation frequently falls into a “black hole”: It is sent to outside counsel or e-discovery vendors without considering the organization’s ongoing data privacy obligations. Following are the key risks associated with e-discovery:
     
    •    Data may be lost in transfer
    •    Outside counsel or e-discovery vendors may not employ sufficient security measures
    •    Contracts with e-discovery vendors may not contain appropriate privacy protections
    •    Data located outside the U.S. may be subject to more rigorous privacy regulation
     
    Join our expert panel to discuss legal and practical strategies for ensuring that data privacy obligations are met for your organization, even in the face of liberal U.S. e-discovery processes.
     
    Panelists:
    Anthony Diana, CIPP/US, Partner, Mayer Brown LLP
    Emily Mossburg, CIPP/US,  Principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original Broadcast Date: April 25, 2013

    The SEC’s Division of Corporate Finance has issued guidance on when and how cybersecurity risks and incidents should be reported in filings by public companies. Just recently, through the comment letter process, we’ve gotten a much clearer picture of what the SEC’s expectations are and what companies are actually reporting. Join a former SEC enforcement attorney and head of the Office of Market Intelligence, an in-house compliance counsel and an outside privacy and data security counsel to examine the SEC guidance, review the most recent filings and comment letters, consider compliance issues and discuss enforcement.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    • An understanding of the SEC Division of Corporate Finance guidance
    • A review of recent filings and SEC comments to those filings
    • An understanding of how the SEC may enforce the guidance
     
    Panelists:
    Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, EVP, Chief Security Officer and Compliance Officer, LSQ Holdings
    James Shreve, CIPP/US, Attorney, BuckleySandler LLP
    Thomas A. Sporkin, Partner, Government Enforcement and Litigation Attorney, BuckleySandler LLP
     
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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 27, 2013
     
    Resolving the tension between the use of online tracking technologies and consumer and regulatory privacy concerns is poised to be a key charge for many privacy processionals in 2013. To complicate matters, differing philosophies and proposed rules in the U.S. and EU  make deciding which policies and strategies to implement at your organization all the more vexing. Join our expert panelists as they guide you through their assessment of how to get that difficult balance right.
     
    We'll explore:
    •    Updates to cookie laws and online behavioural advertising in both the US and EU
    •    Action items to consider for compliance with the disparate requirements
    •    Likely legislative and regulatory developments in the coming year
     
    Panelists:
    Lydia B. Parnes, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
    Todd B. Ruback, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPP/IT, Chief Privacy Officer, Evidon, Inc.
    Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E, Partner and Head of the Privacy and Information Law Group, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 14, 2013

    Since January 1, companies that act as data processors—including many service providers—have been able to apply for Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) in order to allow for the international transfer of personal data from the EU. Join our expert panel  to hear about this important development.
     
    Key takeaways will include:
    •    How your company can take advantage of BCRs
    •    The role of BCRs for processors
    •    What is involved in making an application
    •    What data protection authorities expect
    •    An industry view on the benefits and challenges of BCRs for processors
     
    Panelists:
    Myriam Gufflet, Legal Advisor at the Department of European and International Affairs, CNIL
    William Long, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
    Daniel Pradelles, EMEA Privacy Officer, Hewlett Packard

    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations

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    Original broadcast date: February 7, 2013

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued its much-anticipated final omnibus rule implementing changes to the privacy, security, enforcement and breach notification regulations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The new rules will have sweeping consequences for covered entities and business associates that handle personal health information. To help you evaluate how this may affect your organization, we’ve assembled an expert panel to:
     
    •    Identify key provisions
    •    Highlight what's new and different
    •    Discuss important practical implications
    •    Call out key compliance steps organizations should consider over the next few months
     
    Panelists:
    Deven McGraw, Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT)
    Kirk Nahra, CIPP/US, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM,  Privacy Program Governance

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    Original broadcast date: January 31, 2013

    On January 8, a draft report on the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation was issued by the rapporteur of the lead committee in the European Parliament. Included within are new amendments that strengthen the rights of individuals and supervisory authorities and reinforce existing—or impose additional—obligations on companies.
    These include:
    •    Revisions to “legitimate business interest” as legal basis for processing EU data;  
    •    Extended scope of application to include free services;
    •    Changes in international data transfer rules, and
    •    Additional obligations on data controllers.        
    Join our panel of legal and operational experts for review and analysis of these potentially far-reaching new proposals.
    Panelists:
    Eric Heath, Director of Legal - Global Privacy, LinkedIn Ireland Limited
    Henriette (Jetty) Tielemans
    , Partner, Covington & Burling, LLP, Brussels, Belgium
    Kurt Wimmer, Partner, Covington & Burling, LLP, Washington, DC
     
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    Original broadcast date: January 10, 2013

     
    On December 19, just before the holiday recess, the FTC announced the long-awaited final amendments to its COPPA Rule intended to strengthen kids’ privacy protections and give parents greater control over the personal information that websites and online services may collect from children under 13.  Join our panel of legal experts—including representatives from the FTC—to hear about these important changes and how they might affect your organization.
     
    Panelists:
    Mamie Kresses, Senior Attorney, Division of Advertising Practices, FTC
    Phyllis Marcus, Senior Attorney, Division of Advertising Practices, FTC
    Timothy Tobin, Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP
    Christopher Wolf, Privacy Practice Leader, Hogan Lovells US LLP and Founder/Co-Chair, Future of Privacy Forum
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: January 17, 2013
     
    This fall, both the U.S. HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published guidance on data de-identification. The OCR guidelines are intended to clarify how to interpret the HIPAA Privacy Rule's de-identification standards and provide certainty on some of the issues creating confusion among covered entities. The ICO code of practice provides a set of general principles and specific techniques that can be applied. Join our panel of legal and operational experts to examine:
     
    • Key points in the new OCR guidelines and ICO code
    • How these standards differ from current practices
    • Ways you should change your practices in light of the new guidance

    Panelists
    Khaled El Emam, Founder and CEO, Privacy Analytics, Inc., Inc. and Canada Research Chair, University of Ottawa
    Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Peter Swire, CIPP/US,C. William O'Neill Professor of Law at the Ohio State University and Senior Fellow, Future of Privacy Forum
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US,  Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    Original broadcast date: December 20, 2012
    1– 2:30 p.m. EST
     
    California's attorney general has taken a strong stand on consumer privacy. Building on the state's tradition of innovation in technology and privacy, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris created the Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit in July.The new unit immediately took up the challenge of one of the most pressing privacy issues of the day: mobile privacy. Join our expert panel from the state that devotes more resources to privacy protection than any other to learn about the unit’s phased approach of convening stakeholders to address an issue collaboratively; educating businesses with best-practice recommendations and consumers with protective strategies; and, when necessary, taking enforcement actions.
     
    Speakers:
    Alexandra Robert Gordon, Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice
    JoanneMcNabb, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original broadcast date: November 29th, 2012
    1 – 2:30 p.m. EST
     
    While state data breach laws have been in existence for over a decade, they continue to proliferate and evolve. In particular, issues around what constitutes “personal information”and requirements with regard to timing of notice vary by jurisdiction and industry sector. State insurance regulators are among the most aggressive in terms of notice-timing, and if a health provider receives payments from Medicare or Medicaid, the contract with HHS may require initial notice within a matter of hours. Join our expert legal panel for a review of the key laws and their provisions as well as what your organization can do to prepare for the inevitable.
     
    Panelists:
    Peter McLaughlin, CIPP/US, Senior Counsel, Foley and Lardner
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    Original broadcast date: November 16th, 2012
     
    Powerful new analytic techniques combined with the collection of vast volumes of individual health data and associated statistics have created never-before-seen opportunities to spot health trends for both public good and private profit. But what privacy risks exist for the individuals whose data is being mined? What are the best practices for safely de-identifying records and providing audits to ensure that personal and sensitive information remains protected? Join our panel of legal, technical and operational experts to hear the latest developments in this important and rapidly developing field.
     
    Panelists:
    Khaled El Emam, Founder and CEO, Privacy Analytics, Inc.
    Rebecca Herold, CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, Privacy Professor, Rebecca Herold & Associates LLC
    Deven McGraw, Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)
     

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    Original broadcast date: November 1, 2012

    It’s often assumed that utilizing cloud-based services puts data security, privacy and compliance at considerable risk. But working with cloud suppliers presents the same challenges as those faced in traditional outsourcing and, when done properly, can yield significant benefits. A systematic approach to security and compliance efforts can identify and address the business, legal and technical concerns specific to cloud-based delivery systems.
     
    Join our expert panel to explore and tackle the risks introduced by outsourcing to the cloud, including data privacy and security, regulatory compliance, data center vulnerability, network intrusion and unauthorized system access and gain practical guidance you can put to use at your organization.
     
    Panelists:
    Rebecca Eisner, CIPP/US, Partner, Mayer Brown
    Thomas Kenyon, Director, Information Services Group (ISG)
    Mohammed Lazhar, Head of Security and IT Risk Management, Global Shared Services, Wolters Kluwer

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    Original broadcast date: October 25th, 2012
     
    A recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute found that 72 percent of those who received notification of a data breach were dissatisfied with the communication and often felt the need for more information. When things go wrong, an organization’s ongoing reputation for trustworthiness rests on effective data breach notice, and determining what will best serve those affected is of paramount importance. Join our expert panel to investigate key findings from this study and hear which notification practices work best, and which don’t.
     
    Panelists:
    Michael Bruemmer, CIPP/US, Vice President, Data Breach Resolution, Experian
    Dr. Larry A. Ponemon, CIPP/US, Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute, LLC
    Michael Spadea, CIPP/US, Director, Promontory Financial Group
     
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: September 27, 2012

    For organizations seeking to integrate the Fair Information Practice Principles—including accountability—into their programs, success can hinge on consistent policy implementation. Yet, creating consistency across diverse business units and departments—often within multiple jurisdictions—is challenging to say the least. So, how does an enterprise establish a sustainable program that is effective today and flexible enough to adapt to market changes, technology developments and regulatory modifications? Join our expert panel and hear how three senior executives have built and maintained comprehensive programs across an array of sectors through documented policies and procedures and well-thought-out communication, education and training activities.
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, The Corporate Privacy Group
     
    Panelists:
    Mary Ellen Callahan, CIPP/US, Partner, Jenner & Block
    Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Privacy General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, JP Morgan Chase
    David A. Hoffman, CIPP/US, Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation

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    Original Broadcast Date: October 4th, 2012

    As the use of cloud computing services proliferates, organizations taking advantage of the benefits offered must also be aware of the legal requirements associated with storing personal and sensitive information in remote locations. In Europe, the Article 29 Working Party issued a comprehensive position paper on the issue in July. Join our expert panel to hear what this paper contains and how it compares to positions taken by regulators in other parts of the world. Specifically, we’ll look at law enforcement access issues including the USA PATRIOT Act. The panel will also cover the complex contractual issues—some unrelated to privacy–that cloud contracts present.
     
    Panelists:
    Alexander Berengaut, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP
    Nigel L. Howard, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
    Stephen Satterfield, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP
    Henriette Tielemans, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

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    Original Broadcast Date: August 23, 2012

    As employees increasingly use their own smartphones, tablets and laptops for work, challenges emerge around the sensitive data being stored and processed on these devices. Many companies see this use as inevitable and value the cost savings and efficiencies but struggle with implementing policies governing employee and employer rights and access. The bring your own device (BYOD) trend is gaining momentum, and you need to understand and be prepared to address the security and privacy risks associated with BYOD at your organization.
     
    Join our expert panel to explore:
    •    BYOD and consumerization of information technology drivers and trends
    •    Security and related legal risks arising from BYOD strategy
    •    BYOD privacy concerns and legal issues •    Incident response and investigation
    •    Key considerations for developing a personal device usage policy
     
    Panelists:
    Mark Milone, Senior Counsel – Information Technology, The Boeing Company
    David Navetta, CIPP/US, Founding Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, August 16, 2012
    1 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
     
    Many opportunities exist for organizations to create, hold and process protected health information (PHI) in the service of HIPAA-covered entities. Managing PHI comes with responsibilities, and in a competitive environment, best business practices will set your organization above the crowd during the bidding process. Join our panelists—including legal, operational and regulatory experts—to discuss best practices for creating compliant and responsible relationships between covered entities and business associates.
     
    Panelists:
    Jennifer S. Geetter, Esq., Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
    David Holtzman, CIPP/G, Senior Health IT and Privacy Specialist, HHS Office for Civil Rights
    Christy Navarro, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Administrator, Dignity Health

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    Original broadcast date: August 2, 2012
     
    Once a privacy program has been designed with accountability principles in mind, how do you operationalize and measure its effectiveness? Is there a formula for understanding the costs and benefits of devoting resources to accountability implementation? How can you gauge efficiencies, customer satisfaction, increased trust or lower risk, and how are these benefits measured in the assessments of risk for products and services? Join our panel of seasoned experts to learn how to translate the sometimes hard-to-define principles of accountability into effective programmatic elements within your organization.
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, Corporate Privacy Group
     
    Panelists:
    Kenneth P. Mortensen, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, Vice President, Assistant General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, CVS Caremark Corporation
    Nuala O’Connor, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, Senior Counsel, Information Governance & Chief Privacy Leader, General Electric
    Zoe Strickland, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, UnitedHealth Group
     

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    Original broadcast date: August 9, 2012
     
    The Securities and Exchange Commission in October 2011 issued guidance for public companies on cybersecurity and cyber incident disclosure that has significant implications for those advising and managing privacy programs.  Join our privacy and securities attorney panelists, who will:
    •  Address the disclosure requirements of this guidance, including convergence with data breach notification and security  
    procedures
    •  Provide examples of actual disclosures that public companies are issuing in response to this guidance
    •  Describe actions companies should consider taking
    •  Discuss potential liabilities for your organization
     
    Panelists:
    Melissa J. Krasnow, CIPP/US, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, U.S.
    Lisa Beth Lentini, Senior Director, Global Compliance, Carlson Wagonlit Travel
    Liza Mark, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Hong Kong
    Wayne Matus, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
     

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    Original broadcast date: July 19, 2012
     
    The practice of removing personally identifiable information from individuals’ digital profiles to be used in aggregate for research and other purposes is widespread and most agree has broad societal value. Yet evolving technical capabilities have called into question what constitutes safe and legal handling of this data. Join our expert panel as they discuss the legal and procedural points your organization should consider when engaged in this activity.
     
    Panelists:
    Justin Brookman, Consumer Privacy Project Director, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)
    Mitchell W. Granberg, Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, OptumInsight
    Omer Tene, Affiliate Scholar, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School; Senior Lecturer at Israeli College of Management School of Law; Managing Director, Tene & Associates

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    Original Broadcast Date: July 12, 2012
     
    Recent federal and state legislation have put a spotlight on healthcare data breach incidents through onerous reporting requirements, enforcement actions including stiff penalties and mandatory integrity agreements. Forward-thinking companies handling health information know they should plan for a data breach at some point but often are not aware of the scope and breadth of their obligations to state and federal authorities. Join our expert panel to hear what your organization should be doing to prepare for the inevitable including: pre-litigation planning for potential class action lawsuits and the evaluation of cyber-liability insurance to cover residual risk.
     
    Panelists:
    Gerry Hinkley, Partner, PillsburyWinthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
    David Benkert, Director, Navigant
    Angela Sabbe, Associate Director, Navigant
     

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    Because accountability is a conceptual goal, confusion often exists about what it is and how to recognize its principles in action within an organization. What proof points demonstrate that accountability principles have been successfully worked into a privacy program? In terms of risks, what concerns do organizations have about revealing too much advantage, as well as exposing vulnerabilities or releasing confidential information? Join our panel of senior privacy leaders as they share their thoughts and techniques for building and maintaining successful elements of accountability into privacy programs across a diverse spectrum of sizes and sectors.
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, Corporate Privacy Group
     
    Panelists:
    Sandra R Hughes, CIPP/US, Global Information Governance & Privacy Executive, Procter & Gamble Company
    Barbara Lawler, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, Intuit
    Peter M. Lefkowitz, Chief Privacy Officer, Oracle Corporation
     

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    Original broadcast date: June 13, 2012
     
    The use of biometric control technologies such as facial recognition and palm scanning have provided great leaps forward for accurate identity authentication but have also raised privacy concerns, especially in the EU. Join our expert panel as they discuss in detail how one company successfully addressed compliance challenges associated with implementing these technologies in multiple jurisdictions and the precedent this example might set for organizations moving forward.
     
    Panelists:
    Allen Brandt, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Corporate Counsel, Chief Privacy Official
    Alexandra Guerin-Francois, Legal Counsel, Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL)
    Ariane Mole
    , Partner,  Bird & Bird LLP, Paris, France

     
     

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    Original broadcast date: June 7, 2012
     
    Managing compliance with the complexities of data security obligations that can vary by subject matter and national jurisdiction is often a challenge. What are these requirements and how do organizations deal with them? Join our panel of legal experts to hear an overview of the rules and learn practical ways to manage them in your organization.
     
    Panelists:
    Peter M. Lefkowitz, Chief Privacy Officer, Oracle Corporation
    Robert L. Rothman, Principal, Privacy Associates International LLC
    Miriam H. Wugmeister, Partner, Morrison Foerster  LLP
     

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    Original broadcast date: May 16, 2012  
     
    What is an "accountable" organization? As a principle, accountability can be found in many privacy frameworks worldwide, but are the underlying concepts clear and understood? How does a privacy professional define and implement policies and practices in line with the accountability principle, and what results can be expected? In this first session of a four-part series, learn about what accountability looks like in action and how you can use a privacy maturity model to measure your progress implementing accountability, even if you are a privacy office of one.  
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, Corporate Privacy Group  
     
    Panelists:
    Martin Abrams, President, Centre for Information Policy Leadership, & Senior Policy Advisor, Hunton & Williams LLP
    Jay Cline CIPP/US, President, Minnesota Privacy Consultants
    Brendon Lynch, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corporation  

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    Original broadcast date: May 10, 2012
     
    Today, multinational companies with headquarters or significant operations in the U.S. are subject not only to broad U.S. civil discovery obligations but also to potentially conflicting foreign data protection and privacy laws. Attempting compliance with these multiple rules and regulations presents a significant legal and operational challenge for these companies.  
     
    Since its inception, The Sedona Conference Working Group Six on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure has worked to harmonize these competing considerations. Recently, the group issued its draft “International Principles on Discovery, Disclosure & Data Protection: Best Practices,Recommendations & Principles for Addressing the Preservation and Discovery of Protected Data in U.S. Litigation.”for public comment.The goal is to provide a framework and tools for managing the risk of EU-U.S.transfers of personal data in the context of cross-border litigation and regulatory investigations.
     
    Join our expert legal panel to hear an overview of the working group including its diverse makeup and process, the principles that have been developed over the last six years and what practical ways your organization can use them.
     
    Speakers:
    Steven C. Bennett, Partner, Jones Day LLP
    M. James Daley, Partner, Daley & Fey LLP

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    Original broadcast date: May 3, 2012
     
    On May 25, the United Kingdom's regulatory grace period for enforcing website cookie consent rules will expire. After this date, website operators, ad networks and other technology partners who serve cookies without obtaining valid visitor consent run the risk of investigation by the UK Information Commissioner's Office. In other territories across the EU, cookie consent rules are already in force, exposing noncompliant businesses to the risk of enforcement by local data protection authorities. Despite this, many businesses remain unclear about what is expected of them and how they can achieve compliance. Join our expert legal, technical and marketing panelists as they turn their attention to Europe's cookie consent rules, explaining the new requirement and dispelling common misconceptions about it, exploring practical ways for website operators to achieve compliance and discussing how regulators intend to enforce the requirement.  
     
    Speakers:
    Dave Evans, Group Manager, Information Commissioner's Office
    Phil Lee, CIPP/E, Partner, Field Fisher Waterhouse
    Colin O'Malley, Chief Strategy Officer, Evidon
     
     

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    Original broadcast date:  April 20, 2012
     
    If your organization isn't already operating in the mobile device environment, it likely has plans to. Smaller screens and multiple layers of third-party vendors sharing data make such fundamental privacy considerations as notice, choice, consent and security particularly challenging. Join our experts as they detail the current landscape; provide policy and legal guidance; and discuss regulatory considerations that exist now and are emerging in this rapidly growing field.
     
    Speakers:
    Aaron Brauer-Rieke, Ron Plesser Fellow, Staff Attorney, Center for Democracy & Technology
    Christopher Cwalina, Counsel, Data Privacy, Security and Management Group, Reed Smith, LLP
    Christopher Olsen, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
    Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Co-Chairman and Director, Future of Privacy Forum 

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    Original broadcast date: April 12, 2012
     
    As social media use continues to proliferate, some employers are requesting access to personal accounts of existing and potential employees in an effort to learn more about their backgrounds. While some claim this constitutes coercion, either overtly or covertly, others see no ethical or legal problem with the practice. Recently, state and federal courts have been more sympathetic to employees' claims of expectations of privacy in some of their electronic communications. Join our expert panel as we explore these practices from both a legal and ethical perspective under existing legislation and how proposed legislation may restrict these efforts in the future.
     
    Speakers:
    Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP
    Jim Lai, CIPP, Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection, Motorola Mobility

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    Original broadcast date: March 29, 2012
     
    After much discussion and several false starts, 2012 could be the year that national cybersecurity legislation becomes a reality. The proposed bills  include  provisions affecting the sharing of information between government agencies and  the private sector. New security breach notification requirements may ultimately be included as well. Join us for an overview and analysis of  the pending bills and predictions of which are most likely to pass.  
     
    Speakers:
    Samuel Chun, Director, Cybersecurity Practice, U.S. PublicSector, Hewlett-Packard Company
    Heidi Salow, CIPP/US
    , Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP

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    Original broadcast date: March 22, 2012

    Online behavioral advertising (OBA) has come under increasing legal scrutiny around the globe.  As businesses grapple with recent changes to the consent requirements in the EU and continuing regulatory developments in the U.S., Canadian law continues to evolve as well. In this program experts from Canada, the EU and the U.S. will explore the current status of existing laws, pending legislation and emerging self-regulatory frameworks.  Join us to hear what steps your organization can take to follow industry best practice and develop compliant marketing strategies in all jurisdictions.
     
    Speakers:
    Shaun Brown, Partner, nNovation LLP
    Peter Kosmala, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Government Relations, 4As
    Nicole Wolters Ruckert, Attorney, Kennedy van der Laan

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    Original broadcast date: February 16, 2012

    By March 1, 2012, organizations holding the personal information of Massachusetts residents must amend their existing vendor contracts to require compliance with Massachusetts data security regulation 201 CMR 17.03 (f)(2). This requirement for contracts with third-party vendors applies to the personal information of all Massachusetts residents including customers, employees and others, regardless of which state the data is stored in. Join our expert legal panel including representatives from the Massachusetts AG's office and the OCABR as they describe this new requirement and provide practical guidance for your organization to assist with compliance.

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    Shannon Choy-Seymour, Assistant Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Attorney General, State of Massachusetts
    Jason Egan, Deputy General Counsel , Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR)
    Mark E. Schreiber, Partner, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
    Socheth Sor, CIPP/US, Associate, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP

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    Original broadcast date: January 26, 2012

    High profile data breaches at major companies in recent years have brought growing awareness to the importance of having robust security and privacy measures in place prior to incidents. What can we learn by looking back at some of these events from the perspective of the consumer, a regulator or legal counsel advising industry? What went wrong and why, and what guidance can we glean to improve existing data protection and management systems? Join our diverse panel of experts as we review and analyze lessons learned and advise on proactive measures to implement in your organization.

    Speakers:
    Paul Bond, Partner, Reed Smith, LLP
    Chris Cwalina, Counsel, Reed Smith, LLP
    Matthew F. Fitzsimmons, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, State of Connecticut
    Beth Givens, Founder and Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

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    Original broadcast date: February 9, 2012

    The recent FTC consent orders against Facebook and Google contain quite different demands of the companies that, when viewed together, carry a significant message to every e-commerce site and Web page collecting personal information. While these two settlements do not formally apply beyond Facebook and Google, all organizations with a Web presence need to understand the ramifications of these decrees. Join our panel of legal experts who have notable experience working with the FTC--as they sort through the details of these cases and offer practical guidance on managing the shifting landscape of best practices in online privacy.

    Speakers:
    Peter McLaughlin, CIPP/US, Senior Counsel, Foley and Lardner, LLP
    Andrew Serwin, Partner, Foley and Lardner, LLP
    Anne Bradley, CIPP/US, Associate Director, Business and Legal Affairs, Hulu

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    Original broadcast date: April 3, 2012

    The FTC has just released its final report on privacy recommending controls and standards for the online protection of consumers' privacy. The report addresses the scope of what may constitute consumer data and proposes new standards. Join our experts--including two senior FTC staff members and leading national privacy law experts--for a panel discussion examining this important new development in the evolution of consumer privacy.

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    Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Edward W. Felten, Chief Technologist, Office of the Chairman, FTC
    Maneesha Mithal, Associate Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC
    Christopher Wolf, Privacy Practice Leader, Hogan Lovells US LLP and Founder/Co-Chair, Future of Privacy Forum

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    Original broadcast date: February 2, 2012

    The European Commission recently released a new data protection framework intended to replace the existing Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. The new framework includes a right to be forgotten, explicit consent requirements, tough fines for violators, a data protection officer requirement and a breach notification provision calling for disclosure within 24 hours if feasible, among other mandates. Join our panel of international experts as they guide you through the changes and analyze their likely impacts on businesses and organizations across the globe.

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    Daniel P. Cooper, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, London, UK
    Christopher Kuner, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP, Brussels, Belgium
    Henriette Tielemans, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels, Belgium

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    Original broadcast date: March 1, 2012
    The Obama administration has just released the long-awaited whitepaper outlining proposals for a new American privacy framework. The paper--Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked Word: A Framework for Protecting Privacy and Promoting Innovation in the Global Digital Economy--calls for a consumer privacy bill of rights and industry-developed codes of conduct for protecting privacy.

    Join our panel of experts, including one of the paper's primary authors, as we summarize, analyze and predict the impact this report will have for businesses in the U.S. and abroad--especially in the EU where a new framework has recently been introduced.


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

    Panelists:
    Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Co-Chairman and Director, Future of Privacy Forum
    Peter Swire, CIPP/US, C. William O'Neill Professor in Law and Judicial Administration, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
    Omer Tene, Affiliate Scholar, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School; Senior Lecturer at Israeli College of Management School of Law
    Daniel J. Weitzner, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

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    Original broadcast date: January 12, 2012

    Most organizations today have growing numbers of employees working either from the road or outside of traditional office space. What unique privacy issues arise for these employees and their employers? How does the growing use of smartphones and other mobile and wireless devices affect internal privacy policies, and what procedures should be put into place to maintain proper access and security for sensitive and personally identifiable information? Join our panel of privacy professionals seasoned in these issues to find out what practical advice and best practices you can take back to your organization.

    Speakers:
    Michael Spadea, JD, CIPP/US, CSS Privacy Manager, Microsoft Corporation
    Christine Lyon, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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    Original broadcast date: December 16, 2011

    Class-action lawsuits are increasingly being brought against organizations that have suffered data breaches or are alleged to have allowed third parties unauthorized access to users' confidential information. Often at issue in these cases is what kind of harm plaintiffs must allege to state a cognizable claim. What types of harm have been put forward, and how have the courts evaluated them? What related legal issues loom on the horizon? Join our panel of legal professionals as they discuss the history of these lawsuits, examine several prominent cases to look for trends, and provide practical steps to help mitigate these risks.

    Speakers:
    David Navetta, CIPP, Founding Partner, InformationLawGroup
    Simon J. Frankel, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
    Mali B. Friedman, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP

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  • Smart Grid Privacy

    November 21, 2011
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    Original broadcast date: December 8, 2011

    The smart grid, when implemented, will be able to produce previously unavailable information about individual consumers' electricity usage. Who can and should have access to these usage histories, and what current or proposed laws and standards govern the sharing of these records? Join our panel of experts as they bring you up to date on this evolving realm of privacy concerns.

    Speakers:
    Megan J. Hertzler, Assistant General Counsel and Director of Data Privacy, Xcel Energy
    Michael Sachse, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs & General Counsel, OPOWER
    Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP

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    Original broadcast date: November 18, 2011

    You've just been notified of a data breach at your organization. What should you do first, and how will you assure no further damage is done and proper notification occurs both internally and externally? This web conference features seasoned privacy and digital forensic/cyber incident response professionals who will provide you with valuable, practical information and tools.

    Speakers:
    Michael Spadea, JD, CIPP, CSS Privacy Manager, Microsoft Corporation
    John Reed Stark, Managing Director and Deputy General Counsel, Stroz Friedberg LLC

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    Original broadcast date: November 10, 2011

    As the nation moves toward greater adoption and leveraging of health information technology, the issue of protecting and providing proper access to health records has become a central element of concern. In addition to that attention, the last few years have seen a marked increase in the enforcement of various health information privacy laws at both the federal and state level. While the theme of only a few years ago was "voluntary compliance," large breaches and other privacy and security issues may now lead to a multitude of penalties or financial settlements. This Web conference will explore recent healthcare privacy enforcement trends, including:
    • The increase in HIPAA financial settlements and what lessons can be learned from these resolutions;
    • How states are using both HIPAA and state law to enforce health information privacy;
    • The various types of federal and state agencies that are enforcing health information privacy, and
    • What the future may hold, such as HIPAA audits and more aggressive enforcement of potential violations attributable to "willful neglect."
    Speakers:
    Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Christy Navarro, CIPP, Chief Privacy Administrator, Catholic Healthcare West

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    Original broadcast date: November 3, 2011

    The long-awaited wave of mobile payment systems appears to be arriving, and the possibilities for new types of financial transactions seem endless. This web conference will examine several of the technologies involved in mobile payment systems and the regulation of these technologies under existing laws.
     
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    Jacqueline Klosek, CIPP, Senior Counsel, Goodwin Procter LLP
    Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer, Senior Vice President,
    Citizens Financial Group, Inc.
    James T. Shreve, CIPP, Attorney, Buckley Sandler LLP

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  • COPPA Review: Fall 2011

    October 04, 2011
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    Original broadcast date: October 27, 2011

    Does your organization have a Web presence that appeals to children? The FTC has recently proposed revisions to the COPPA regulations governing online interactions with children, including changes to parental notice and consent mechanisms and security and confidentiality obligations. What impact would this new rule have on your websites, mobile applications and social networking features? Should you be gearing up for different practices or submit comments to advocate for change before the November 28th deadline? During this session, two seasoned practitioners with years of children's advertising and privacy experience will discuss these important questions, highlight the proposed changes and offer practical strategies on how to implement best practices.

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    Andra Dallas, Staff Attorney, Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU)
    Liisa M. Thomas, Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP

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  • A Decade of Privacy Since 9/11

    September 30, 2011
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    Original broadcast date: October 12, 2011

    A decade after 9/11, governments and corporations have dramatically changed their data privacy and security practices and policies. To protect national and homeland security, many new forms of data are being collected and shared among far more players than ever before. At the same time, there are far more rules and policies about how to limit unauthorized collection and sharing. Hear global leaders who were at the center of the key decisions and debates about how to handle privacy after 9/11 reflect on what was done right, and what can be done better in the future.
     
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    Peter Swire, CIPP, C. William O'Neill Professor of Law at the Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University
    Speakers:
    Stewart Baker, Partner, Steptoe & Johnson, LLP
    Jim Dempsey, Vice President for Public Policy, Center for Democracy & Technology
    Nuala O'Connor Kelly, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer & Senior Counsel, Information Governance, General Electric
    Richard Thomas, UK Information Commissioner (2002-9), Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Hunton & Williams LLP

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    Original broadcast date: October 6, 2011

    Privacy policies have been reviled for their incomprehensibility and regulators are calling for clearer disclosures. Increasingly, statutes require that privacy notices be written in plain language. Our seasoned panelists' including a plain-language expert'use real-world examples to help you learn how craft a clear and consumer-friendly privacy notice that also satisfies legal requirements. Emphasis is on turning legalese into easy-reading using common words; short, declarative sentences; and a focus on action and choice.

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    Christopher G. Cwalina, Counsel, Reed Smith, LLP
    Christopher N. Olsen, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC
    Shannon Wheatman, Vice President, Kinsella Media, LLC

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    Original broadcast date: September 27, 2011

    Privacy professionals today play an increasingly important role in many types of legal transactions. What questions should be asked in order to serve due diligence? What are the roles of representation, warranties and disclosure schedules? And how are these questions complicated by issues such as employee data and OBA, international data flows and the changing regulatory landscape? Discover how to bridge the gap between corporate law and privacy practitioners, and take away practical strategies and considerations for privacy and data protection issues in transactions.

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    Jennifer Carroll Archie, CIPP, Partner, Latham & Watkins, LLP
    Michael Blum, General Counsel, Quantcast
    Christine Lyon, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Gerard M. Stegmaier, CIPP, Attorney at Law, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

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    Original broadcast date: September 22, 2011

    The new cookie consent requirements of the revised e-Privacy Directive require online service providers to receive "consent" before placing cookies and similar tracking devices on users' computers. How do these laws differ, and how are they similar? What should your organization consider in crafting a compliance strategy? This program explores the legal and practical implications of this challenging new regulatory environment in the EU and provides advice on how to proceed.

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    Phil Lee, Senior Associate, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
    Colin O'Malley, Chief Strategy Officer, Evidon
    Alain Pannetrat, Senior IT Specialist, French Data Protection Authority (CNIL)

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    Original broadcast date: September 8, 2011

    Once a limited option, cyber liability insurance is now available from a number of different providers as a means to reduce the privacy and security exposures that remain after organizations have exhausted their internal resources. This program will explore and analyze how cyber liability coverage works, how the landscape has changed over the past few years and what specific steps and internal assessments organizations should take prior to entering the marketplace for these services.
    Speakers:
    Eric Dieterich, CIPP, CISA, CRISC, Director, Sunera LLC
    Jeffrey Portis, Cyber Specialist / Assistant Vice President, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies

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    Original broadcast date: September 1, 2011

    Seasoned privacy professionals and data handlers know that it's not "if" a data breach happens at their organization, but "when." Understanding the laws that your company or institution is subject to in this regard, taking appropriate pre-breach steps and putting into place appropriate policies and procedures can mean the difference between a stressful-but-managed process and a real crisis. Join our panel of legal experts as they map out the notification laws currently in place and under consideration in the U.S. and Europe and provide you with seasoned guidance on how to help your organization prepare for this challenging event.

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    Theodore P. Augustinos, Partner and Co. Chair, Privacy and Data Protection Group, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP
    Paula Barrett, Partner, Eversheds LLP UK
    Mark E. Schreiber, Partner and Chair, Privacy and Data Protection Group, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP

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    Original broadcast date: August 11, 2011

    Your organization may already be working with vendors that operate in the rapidly changing cloud computing environment, or you may be considering this approach for the data you manage. What are the legal requirements in the U.S. and abroad that need to be considered? Who owns responsibility for compliance with privacy requirements and security protection at each stage of the data flow process? What needs to be in the contract between your organization and the vendors you work with? Join our panel of legal and operational experts for answers to these questions and others, and hear how companies are working to ensure both legal compliance and actual security in the cloud, and how the market for these remote services is changing in response.

    Benjamin Hayes, CIPP, CIPP/C, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, North American Data Privacy Compliance Lead, Accenture
    Heidi Salow, CIPP, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP

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    Original broadcast date: July 14, 2011

    With the national move to digital health records come potential benefits and concerns about inappropriate use of this information. National policy efforts to date have largely focused on the use of electronic health records (EHRs) for treatment of patients, but EHRs will also be sources of information for so-called "secondary" purposes, such as public health and private research efforts. What are the important secondary purposes for data from EHRs? How is this information being used for commercial purposes? What are the standards and best practices available for organizations involved in these transactions? Join us as our expert panel explores these issues from practical, legal, regulatory and ethical viewpoints to gain insight into how best to manage policy for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Kimberly Gray, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, IMS Health
    Deven McGraw, Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology
    Kirk Nahra, CIPP, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP

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    Original broadcast date: July 28, 2011

    The HITECH Act mandates that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) institute a HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule compliance audit program of covered entities and business associates. With the recent selection of consulting firm KPMG as the contractor to provide these services, it's likely that the approximately 150 audits will begin soon. For an advance look at what the program will include, what your organization should be doing to prepare and advice on key industry metrics to prioritize, join our panel of legal, practical and regulatory experts who've been involved in—and closely following‐this effort's development.

    Speakers:
    Cliff Baker, Chief Strategy Officer, HITRUST Alliance
    Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Susan McAndrew, Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy, Office for Civil Rights, Department of Health and Human Services

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    Original broadcast date: July 21, 2011

    Whether to keep or destroy the personal and sensitive customer and employee  information your organization holds is a perennial challenge for privacy professionals. Various state and federal laws and regulations govern elements of when and how this data should be destroyed, and the risks of a potentially expensive data breach make the costs associated with destruction a business decision worthy of consideration. What are the legal risks associated with decisions regarding the destruction of information, and what factors should you consider in making these decisions? How should you develop and implement policies to manage these processes within your organization? Join our panel of legal and practical experts as they answer these questions and more and provide guidance on industry best practices.

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    Anthony J. Diana, CIPP, Partner, Mayer Brown LLP
    Web Hull, CIPP & CIPP/G, Senior Privacy and Compliance Specialist, Iron Mountain
    Michael J. Lawlor, President, DestructData, Inc.
    Sean O'Leary, Director of Communications, DestructData, Inc.

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    Original broadcast date: June 16, 2011

    The end of May saw the deadline for European Union member states to implement the new e-privacy directive's cookie consent rules into their respective national laws. All organizations conducting Web-based business with European customers will be affected; however, guidance related to compliance and enforcement has only recently been issued. Join our panel of experts from across Europe as we take a detailed look at these new rules and what your organization should be doing now to come into conformity with the requirements.

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    Ruth Boardman, Partner, Bird & Bird, London, UK
    Katherine Vander, Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner's Office, Wilmslow, UK
    Gabriel Voisin, Associate, Bird & Bird, London, UK
    Kimon Zorbas, Vice President, IAB Europe

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    Original broadcast date: June 23, 2011

    The recent Supreme Court decision from AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion held that arbitration clauses in consumer contracts are enforceable as waivers of rights to bring class actions. What does this mean for privacy related consumer class-action claims? What are the pros and cons of arbitrating consumer disputes from both the business and consumer standpoints? Join our panel of legal experts from both sides of the courtroom as we discuss this important, precedent-setting decision and what it means for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper LLP
    Scott Kamber, Managing Partner, KamberLaw LLP
    Luanne Sacks, Partner, DLA Piper LLP

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    Broadcast Date: May 26, 2011

    Significant developments in workplace privacy law and policy over the past year have left employers with a number of new obligations. Litigation in state and federal courts, state legislation and federal agency actions have all led to increased protections for employees, requiring employers to carefully consider and, as necessary, revise their workplace privacy policies and procedures. In addition to their responsibility for U.S.-based employees, the global economy and consolidation of administrative functions often require in-house counsel and HR specialists to provide support for company employees worldwide. Our panel of domestic and international legal experts will parse these latest developments, and share practical advice for you to consider for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Richard Cumbley, Partner, Linklaters LLP
    Jim Lai, CIPP, Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection, Motorola Mobility
    Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP

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    Original broadcast date: April 14, 2011

    The Federal Trade Commission in its preliminary report "Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change" supports "a more uniform and comprehensive consumer choice mechanism" for Internet users to control the tracking of their web browsing patterns. Several major browser companies have responded to this call for a "Do Not Track" control. We've assembled an expert panel to discuss these developments. Hear how these controls will work, what impact this may have on the online advertising industry and what enforcement regimes may or may not come into being moving forward.

    Moderator:
    Jules Polonetsky, Co-chair and Director, Future of Privacy Forum

    Panelists:
    Ed Felten, Chief Technologist, Federal Trade Commission
    Alex Fowler, Global Privacy and Public Policy Leader, Mozilla
    Brendon Lynch, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
    Andy Zeigler, Senior Program Manager, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Corporation
    Fran Maier, President and Executive Chair, TRUSTe
    Colin O'Malley, Vice President, Business Development & Policy, Evidon

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    Original broadcast date: April 28, 2011

    Over the last six months, several privacy lawsuits have been filed against online behavioral tracking companies and some of their clients that could have far reaching consequences for the handling of personal information. Could these cases be the "tipping point" leading to new state or federal regulations or result in a "breakthrough" case that leads to a flood of litigation? Will they impact the way companies handle personal information and do business or how consumers view their online privacy? Hear our panel of experts discuss:

    • a summary of the allegations in some of the key cases
    • the alleged theories of liability in these suits, including the CFAA, ECPA and other privacy laws
    • litigation strategies and risks
    • the current state of law concerning OBA, including highlights of the FTCs Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising (the "Report")
    • OBA compliance and legal risk management

    Speakers:
    David Navetta, Founding Partner, Information Law Group
    Eric C. Bosset, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

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    Original broadcast date: February 24, 2011

    Privacy leaders today face tough choices with regards to consistent and comprehensive privacy law compliance. Laws vary from state to state and country to country, legal interpretations have practical and financial consequences, policies and procedures may need to be created despite insufficient organizational resources and support from critical departments can be lacking. What ethical frameworks and practical decision-making tools exist to help guide your strategies in this landscape? Listen to a thought-provoking and useful discussion with some of the field's most seasoned professionals as they delve into this challenging and important topic.

    Moderator:
    Larry Ponemon, CIPP, Chairman and Founder, The Ponemon Institute

    Panelists:
    David A. Hoffman, CIPP, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation
    Sandra R. Hughes, CIPP, Global Privacy Executive, Procter & Gamble Company
    Kirk J. Nahra, CIPP, Partner, Wiley Rein LLC

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    Original broadcast date: January 20, 2011

    At the close of 2010 and on the heels of the FTC's preliminary privacy report, the U. S. Department of Commerce issued a green paper laying out the need for national privacy policy and proposing options for consideration. The paper includes recommendations to recognize and revitalize the Fair Information Privacy Practices (FIPPs), encourage the development of voluntary, enforceable privacy codes of conduct, encourage global interoperability and ensure nationally consistent security breach notification rules. Hear our panel of leading thinkers analyze and discuss the proposals and their potential impact on national policy development.

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    L. Richard Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Peter Swire, C. William O’Neill Professor in Law and Judicial Administration, Moritz College of Law of the Ohio State University and Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
    Daniel J. Weitzner, Associate Administrator for Policy National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S Department of Commerce

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    Original broadcast date: December 14, 2010

    The FTC has issued a preliminary report asking for comments on new controls and standards for the online protection of individuals' privacy. The report details an expansion in scope and breadth of what may constitute consumer data and asks for feedback on sweeping new standards. Listen to our experts examine this important new development in the evolution of consumer privacy.

    Speakers:
    Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Peder Magee, Senior Staff Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Bureau of Consumer Protection, FTC
    Christopher Wolf, Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP

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    Original broadcast date: December 16, 2010

    In December 2010, the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission published a final rule, to go into effect on January 10, 2011, which created new requirements and standards for the collection and handling of genetic information. Going well beyond genetic testing, the rules also govern the processing of family medical history in the context of pre-employment medical examinations, medical certifications for leaves of absence, and employee wellness programs. Hear our expert panel provide insight and advice on the legal, operational and compliance aspects of this important step in implementation of the law.

    Speakers:
    Dorothy Clarke, Chief Privacy Officer, Johnson & Johnson
    Christine Lyon, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Suhna Pierce, Associate, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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  • Outsourcing Residual Risk

    September 24, 2010
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    Original broadcast: September 23, 2010

    Every organization assumes some level of risk—even those with the most rigorous compliance program in place. Traditionally, this risk has been accepted as part of normal business activities but now organizations can outsource the risk though an insurance policy. Once a limited option, privacy and security liability insurance is now available from a number of different providers as a means to minimize or close the risk gap. Learn how privacy liability coverage works, the various risk factors involved, and how to prepare for entering into a policy contract. Find out how to reduce premiums and lower your organization's risk profile by performing a pre-application assessment of your information management practices.

    Speakers:
    Eric Dieterich, CISA, CIPP, Director, Sunera LLC
    Thomas Srail, Senior Vice President, Willis Executive Risks E&O/Information Risk Team

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    Original broadcast date: October 7, 2010

    On June 22, 2010, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party adopted an opinion on behavioral advertising that likely will have far reaching effects, not only on the controls and options provided to online consumers, but on the technical tools e-commerce organizations will be required to put in place. Specifically, what constitutes consent for placing "cookies" and other tracking mechanisms on a user's computer are in focus. Our European panel of experts walks listeners through reactions to the policy, the efforts underway by industry to comply, and the regulatory stance various member states may take in regard to enforcement.

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    Phil Lee, Associate, Osborne Clarke, London, England
    James Mullock, Partner, Osborne Clarke, London, England
    Alain Pannetrat, Senior IT Specialist, French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), Paris, France
    Kimon Zorbas, Vice President, IAB Europe, Brussels, Belgium

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    Original broadcast date: September 9, 2010

    Enforcement actions by the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission have impacts both for the businesses under investigation as well as generally for all businesses holding personal data. FTC consent decrees frequently set new standards and are an integral part of an essential roadmap for organizations handling personal information. Listen as our panel of legal experts explores and analyzes how FTC enforcement and advisory activity creates a set of "regulatory common law" rules to be followed. The panel shares insights and practical tips on handling Civil Investigative Demands, working with FTC staff during an investigation and the ins and outs of consent decrees.

    Speakers:
    Christopher Wolf, Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP
    Timothy P. Tobin, Associate, Hogan Lovells LLP
    Kandi Parsons, Staff Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission

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    Original broadcast date: July 29, 2010

    After many years in development, the "Federal Law for Protection of Personal Information in Possession of Individuals" went into force in Mexico on July 6. The nation's first-ever private sector data protection law regulates the collection, processing and disclosure of personal data in an effort to ensure, "...that privacy and the right to informational self-determination of individuals are guaranteed." The law also expands the authority of an existing federal institution to enforce information access and data protection across the Mexican public and private sectors. Our program cast includes one of the law's regulators along with legal experts from the U.S. and Mexico. Gain a thorough understanding of the requirements, enforcement scope and operational impacts of this long-anticipated new privacy law.

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    Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper LLP
    Diego Martinez Rueda-Chapital, Partner, Cervantes Sainz Abogados, Mexico City, Mexico
    Lina Ornelas, General Director for Classified Information and Personal Data, Federal Institute of Access to Public Information (IFAI, Mexico)
    Harry Valetk, Corporate Privacy Director, MetLife

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    Original broadcast date: July 15, 2010

    With the announcement of a proposed rule expected imminently, organizations must assess how the Privacy and Security sections of the HITECH Act will affect business operations. What are the surprising developments? Has the Government made any changes in the application of these rules? Are there areas where your company can provide comment to affect the final rule? Hear how the new rule will affect the liability of business associates, create new limitations on the sale of PHI, provide stronger individual rights to access EHRs and restrict the disclosure of certain information

    Speakers:
    Deven McGraw, J.D., L.L.M., M.P.H., Director of the Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology, Washington, DC
    Kirk Nahra, CIPP, Partner, Wiley Rein, Washington, DC

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    Original broadcast date: July 21, 2010

    In response to the recent financial industry crisis, the U.S. Congress is creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to help protect consumers from unethical financial practices. What implications exist for the handling of consumer's personal information in this new regulatory environment? Will the FTC cede enforcement action authority to the CFPB? Join those who are close to the action in this Web conference. Our panel of experts will discuss the potential outcomes of this important new federal entity and what consequences might exist for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Robert R. Belair, Founding Partner, Oldaker, Belair & Wittie, LLP
    L. Richard Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, LLP
    Lynn A. Goldstein, Senior Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, JPMorgan Chase & Co

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  • COPPA Moving Forward

    May 19, 2010
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    Original broadcast date: June 10, 2010

    The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule adopted in 1999 was designed to give parents control over what information is collected from their children online and how that information may be used. Much has occurred in the last decade to both underscore the need for such regulation, and to render elements of the rule out of date. This being the case the FTC is currently engaged in a comment period designed to accept input from stakeholders on how best to update the rule. Hear our panel of experts summarize recent Senate hearings and roundtable comments, take a deep look at the existing rule, and articulate what practical consequences might emerge if certain industry, advocacy, and consumer proposals for change are accepted.

    Speakers:
    Mamie Kresses, Staff Attorney, Division of Enforcement, Bureau of Consumer Protection, FTC
    Shai Samet, CIPP, Founder and President, kidSAFE Seal Program' by Samet Privacy
    Denise Tayloe, Founder, President and CEO, Privo

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    Original broadcast date: June 24, 2010

    New Canadian privacy legislation has organizations looking closely at their electronic marketing practices as well as their information management overall. The Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act (FISA) establishes new consent and unsubscribe requirements for marketers, and the Safeguarding Canadians' Personal Information Act amends Canada's federal law, PIPEDA, with new provisions on data breach notification and the definition of "lawful authority." Learn more about what these requirements mean and get practical insights on putting together your compliance program. Based on one of the most popular sessions at the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, this is a must-listen program if your organization serves or markets to Canadian customers.

    Speakers:
    Shaun Brown, Counsel, The Law Office of Kris Klein, Ottawa, ON
    Daniele Chatelois, Manager, Privacy Policy, Electronic Commerce Branch, Information Technologies and Telecommunications Sector, Industry Canada, Ottawa, ON
    Matthew Vernhout, CIPP, Director, Delivery & ISP Relations, Thindata Inc., Toronto, ON

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    Original broadcast date: May 20, 2010

    Congressman Rick Boucher's much anticipated online privacy bill has been released to industry and privacy groups for review. The bill is expected to include potentially game-changing rules that prescribe how online advertisers and Web site operators interact with consumers and their personally identifiable data and could have significant consequences for e-commerce. Listen to our diverse panel of experts to learn about the bill and its potential implications for the future of Internet privacy.

    Speakers:
    Stu Ingis, Partner, Venable LLC
    Ari Schwartz, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)

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    Original broadcast date: May 13th, 2010

    Organizations considering placing sensitive personally identifiable information in the cloud must carefully evaluate the privacy and data security risks associated with such an outsourcing arrangement. This web conference explores the RFP, due diligence, and contract negotiation processes in cloud computing deals through both a legal and operational lens, and how those processes are crucial in identifying, assessing, and addressing your organization’s privacy and data security risks given the current legal landscape.

    Speakers:
    Tanya L. Forsheit, Esq., CIPP, Founding Partner, InformationLawGroup
    David Navetta, CIPP, Founding Partner, InformationLawGroup

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    Original broadcast date: April 8, 2010

    The European Commission has approved a new set of controller-to-processor model clauses for use in data transfers outside the EEA. The new clauses address the sub-processor/onward transfer issue, which can be especially challenging for large-scale international outsourcing. But compliance means more than just implementing new clauses. Many European DPAs also require data controllers to obtain "pre-approval" prior to transfer, a process that can take from 30 days to as many as four months depending on the jurisdiction. Is your compliance program ready to meet these changes? Listen in as we take a detailed look at the practicalities of planning and implementing a compliant program for EU data transfers that is current with the newest requirements.

    Speakers:
    Cameron Craig, Partner, DLA Piper UK, Sheffield, UK
    Hazel Grant, Partner, Bristows, London, UK
    Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper US, temporarily in Paris, France

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    Original broadcast date: March 5, 2010

    The criminal conviction of three Google executives brings into focus potential new risks for organizations and their employees. The ruling suggests that privacy professionals can be held criminally liable for their company's information practices, and raises serious questions about who is responsible for user-generated content in the Web 2.0 world. Will legal compliance become complicated by consent requirements? How should companies proceed in this new realm of uncertainty? Hear our panel of experts as they explore the facts, decisions and fallout of the precedent-setting decision.

    Speakers:
    Rocco Panetta, Partner, Panetta & Associati — Studio Legale
    Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton & Williams
    Miriam Wugmeister, Partner, Morrison & Foerster

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    Original broadcast date: March 4, 2010

    Establishing trust in Web sites, online services and IT products is a critical responsibility of many privacy professionals—one that can be significantly enhanced through third-party seal providers. Regulators and customers alike often look for independent analysis and verification when evaluating an organization's privacy practices. Hear from two leading seal providers and a client organization with valuable experience in both programs to discuss the needs and challenges in verifying privacy practices. Get practical insights on the process and cost of achieving seal certification and determine what value it can bring to your organization.

    Speakers:
    Kirsten Bock, EuroPriSe Manager & ULD International Coordinator, Office of the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Commissioner of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
    Javier Garcia-Romanillos, EuroPriSe Technical Expert, Senior Consultant, Ernst & Young, Madrid, Spain
    Sue Glueck, Senior Attorney, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA
    Fran Maier, President & Chair, TRUSTe, San Francisco, California, USA

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    Original broadcast date: February 11, 2010

    Ongoing data breach incidents have underscored the need to better understand the privacy implications of identity and access management (IAM). How can your organization best balance IAM decisions with privacy and risk? What identity information should you collect? Do authentication technologies vary in their impact on privacy? What is the legal and regulatory impetus for IAM? This program will help you better understand and manage privacy issues that arise through authenticating identities and controlling identity risk, and learn how to incorporate risk-based decision-making into your identity management choices and policies.

    Speakers:
    Thomas J. Oscherwitz, CIPP, Vice President of Government Affairs and CPO, ID Analytics
    Dr. Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer and Senior Vice President, Citizens Financial Group, Inc.

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    Original broadcast date: January 28, 2010

    Employee use of social networking tools such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr and others continues to rise, challenging employers to figure out how to manage organizational risk while respecting employee privacy. Employee postings—whether on or off duty—that reflect negatively on the employer, coworkers or managers can severely damage business reputation and even generate lawsuits. So where do you draw the legal and ethical lines between employee privacy and legitimate business interests? What policies can you implement to properly balance those interests? How does this change according to jurisdiction? Join us to hear insights on the privacy risks associated with Web 2.0 and learn how to develop and manage policies for responsible employee use of these services.

    Speakers:
    Philip L. Gordon, Esq., Shareholder, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Jane P. Edwards, Counsel, IBM Corporation

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    Original broadcast date: January 14, 2010

    An amendment to the EU Privacy Directive passed into law will require the consent of Internet users before cookies can be placed on their computers. All that remains for the law to go into force is interpretation on the local level by the EU member states. This is likely to have far ranging effects for the online advertising industry and e-commerce in general. Hear our expert panel as they explore the legal, regulatory and financial implications of this important new law, and offer interpretations which you can use to help guide decision making within your organization.

    Speakers:
    Rosa Barcelo, Senior Lawyer, European Data Protection Supervisor's Office
    Eduardo Ustaran, Partner and Head of the Privacy and Information Law Group,
    Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
    Justin B. Weiss, CIPP, International Privacy Officer, Yahoo Inc.

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  • The New GLB Model Privacy Form

    December 18, 2009
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    Original broadcast date: December 17, 2009

    If you are a financial institution subject to the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLB) rules requiring a "clear and conspicuous" notice to consumers about your information collection and sharing practices, then you should be aware of the release by the eight federal GLB agencies of a model financial privacy form. After several years of research, on November 17 the FTC, along with the federal banking agencies, the SEC and the CFTC, released a final model form, which may be used by financial institutions to comply with the GLB rules and provide a best practice way to communicate with their customers. Listen in as we explore the practical considerations involved in implementing the model form, as well as some history and insight into its development.

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    L. Richard Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Loretta Garrison, Senior Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection
    Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission
    Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP, Senior Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, JP Morgan Chase

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    Original broadcast date: November 19, 2009

    A volatile economic climate means more companies are merging operations and, in some cases, filing for bankruptcy. At the center of it all are sensitive corporate assets that include customer and employee data as well as proprietary information on partnerships and transactions. How do you manage these valuable data assets in this challenging environment? Find out what leading legal experts on the issue have to say. The panel includes a U.S. Trustee who appoints Consumer Privacy Ombudsmen to the courts, and the CSO/CPO of a financial services company that has guided his organization through several mergers and a bankruptcy.

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    Diana G. Adams, United States Trustee for Region 2 (Connecticut, New York and Vermont)
    Marc Loewenthal, CSO/CPO LPL Financial
    Luis Salazar, CIPP, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 12th, 2015

    These days, with organizations collecting, processing and utilizing personal information in ever more innovative and aggressive ways, developing a comprehensive organizational methodology for identifying and evaluating privacy risks is paramount to long term business success. Theoretical structures to tackle data protection challenges have existed for many years, but building off these foundations and translating them into implementable policies and procedures first requires careful consideration of the inherent privacy risks at play. Join this online discussion to hear from thought leaders in the legal, academic and private-sector spheres on some of the key considerations in risk assessment and management, including:
     
     *   its proper role in the context of privacy protection, both where there are existing data privacy laws and in absence of such laws;
     *   the interaction between core elements of risk assessments such as harms, benefits and individual rights and interests;
     *   the importance of determining both the likelihood and severity of harm associated with data processing;
     *   the nature of the harms or impacts that must be considered;
     *   the need for making risk assessment tools efficient, scalable and flexible; and
     *   applying risk assessments to the entire lifecycle of data processing, from collection to disposal.
     
    Panelists:
    Bojana Bellamy, CIPP/E
    President, Centre for Information Policy Leadership Hunton & Williams LLP
     
    Fred H. Cate
    Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law
     
    Hilary Wandall, CIPM, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    Associate Vice President, Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer of Merck & Co.
     
     
    Eligible CPE's: 
    CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    Original Broadcast Date: January 29, 2015

    States have a keen interest in protecting the privacy interests of consumers and citizens within their jurisdictions and are increasingly active in enacting legislative protections as well as pursuing enforcement actions under state privacy and unfair and deceptive practices acts. In addition, states are entitled to enforce federal privacy laws such as COPPA and HIPAA and are increasingly taking advantage of this right. Join us for this discussion with key enforcement officials from two of the most active states in privacy enforcement, Connecticut and New Jersey, and hear them describe how their offices approach enforcement actions under state and federal law.  You’ll hear their insights on how these states—and others—have evaluated cases from an enforcement perspective over the past year and what could be coming in 2015, and you’ll get the opportunity to have your questions answered.
     
    Moderator:
    Divonne Smoyer, CIPP/US
    Partner, Reed Smith LLP
     
    Panelists:
    Matthew F. Fitzsimmons
    Connecticut Attorney General's Office
    Chair, Privacy Task Force, Assistant Attorney General
     
    Glenn T. Graham
    New Jersey Attorney General’s Office
    Deputy Attorney General
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws

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    Original Broadcast Date: December 11, 2014

    Privacy professionals today play an increasingly important role in many types of legal transactions—buying or selling a business, advising in connection with a public offering or negotiating the strategic aspects of data transfers during mergers. What questions should be asked in order to serve due diligence? What are the roles of representation, warranties and disclosure schedules? And how are these questions complicated by issues such as employee data and internet based advertising, international data flows and the changing regulatory landscape? Join our panel of seasoned experts as they bridge the gap between corporate law and privacy professionals to shed light on practical strategies and considerations for privacy and data protection issues in transactions.  
     
    Speakers:
    Jennifer Carroll Archie, CIPP/US, Partner, Latham & Watkins, LLP
    Eric Heath, Vice President-Privacy, Yahoo! Inc.
    Gerard M. Stegmaier, CIPP/US, Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: October 30, 2014

    Generation Z, the post-Millennial Generation of consumers, is growing up to be the most technologically savvy and privacy-conscious to date. Recent updates to the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) are designed to increase protections for children’s use of websites and apps, but the latest Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforcement actions show the complexities companies face in getting compliance right. What’s clear is that whether kids are your core market or just a part of your wider audience, you need to understand your compliance requirements and be seen as trustworthy recipients of kids’ data.
    Join this web conference to hear directly from the FTC and the private sector on the legal framework and current best-practice solutions when collecting, using and sharing data about Generation Z consumers.
     
    By attending, you will:
    •    Understand recent changes to COPPA and what this means for businesses that collect, use and share children’s data;
    •    Hear directly from the FTC about its updated FAQs and current enforcement priorities;
    •    Understand current global regulatory requirements, including proposed changes in the EU Data Protection Regulation, and
    •    Learn about best practices for managing kids’ privacy today.
     
    Panelists:
    Peder Magee, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
    Joanne Furtsch, CIPP/US, CIPP/C, Director of Product Policy, TRUSTe
     
     Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPP/G, Laws

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    Original broadcast date: September 25, 2014

    The privacy and confidentiality risks to be found in the financial services sector can be dealt with partly by complying with regulatory requirements of bank secrecy, outsourcing and client confidentiality regulations as well as varying data protection laws around the globe. But the fast-changing nature of these regulations requires those operating within the space to regularly measure compliance requirements against potentially competing business objectives. Join us for this in-depth program to hear about:
     
    •    The trend of global data privacy regulations in general, including recent and upcoming changes, and what implications they might have for the sector;
     
    •    The strategic, operational and financial risks associated with noncompliance on these regulations.
    Additionally, the expert panel will share best-practice examples of potential remediation, including approach, mitigation of risks and enabling of an environment of compliance along with sustainable business change.
     
    Panelists:
    Suzanne Rodway, Group Head of Privacy, Royal Bank of Scotland
    Subhasish Roy, CIPP/E
    , Privacy Centre of Excellence lead for Financial Services sector, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
    Stewart Room, Partner and Head of Privacy legal practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Progam Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: August 21, 2014

    Enterprise information technology is seeing the increasing convergence of four related trends: social media interaction, mobility, cloud and information (Big Data). All businesses are affected, including large corporations that are being pushed and pulled by customers and staff to build and launch mobile applications (apps) that deliver a diverse range of information, goods and services. Launching apps has become inevitable for many large organizations, whether the development takes place externally or is done by internal IT staff. As recent regulatory guidance and enforcement actions have shown, privacy policies must reflect the reality of the apps’ activities, keep information secure and use transparent or clear information and consent procedures. Additionally, a need exists to increase corporate understanding of how apps operate, process personal information and impact privacy.
     
    What you will take away:
    •  An understanding of what’s involved in building, launching and managing apps and how they affect your privacy policies
    •  How to ensure data security is at the heart of the design-and-build process
    •  Key lessons from FTC’s enforcement actions against Path and Snapchat
    •  Current and future enforcement activities by privacy regulators in the U.S. and the EU
     
    Virtual Panelists
    Wayne Cleghorn, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, Managing Director and Chief Data Privacy Consultant, PrivacySolved (UK/EU)
    Andrew Paterson, Senior Technology Officer, UK Information Commissioner’s Office
    Tim Sparapani, Vice President, Law, Policy and Government Affairs, Application Developers Alliance (U.S.)
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original Broadcast Date: August 7, 2014

    Join us for this case study of incidents that were investigated as breaches to hear industry experts provide analysis and practical guidance in determining if an incident involving PHI requires notification. The presenters, which include a former Office for Civil Rights veteran and experienced healthcare information privacy and security professionals, will review real-life examples of breach incidents and reveal strategies on how to determine the risk of a breach under the “new” Breach Notification Rule criteria as well as the California reporting requirements. A simulated event will be presented, and the expert panel will walk you through identification and response steps as well as take your virtual questions from the field.

    What you’ll take away:

    •  Best-practice strategies for breach prevention and breach evaluation through an interactive discussion with panelists and attending peers.

    •  Practical guidance from seasoned privacy and security experts on how to assess the severity of a variety of breaches and evaluate the appropriate levels of response, including notifications.

    •  Lessons learned from real-life examples of breach incidents to make informed decisions on appropriate actions.

    Panelists:
    Marti Arvin, Chief Compliance Officer, UCLA Health System and David Geffen School of Medicine
    David Holtzman, Vice President for Compliance, CynergisTek, Inc.
    Jeff Vossenkemper, Director of Information Security, University of Iowa Health Care
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    Original Broadcast Date: July 31, 2014

    In April of 2014, the EU Article 29 Data Protection Working Party published an opinion paper covering the legal, policy and technical considerations of data anonymization. This web conference examines the opinion in detail and relates it to current anonymization practices, guidance from other regulators and other opinions from the Working Party.
     
    In particular, some of the issues addressed are:
     
    •    the concept of acceptable risk,
    •    inferences from data that are potentially stigmatizing or discriminatory,
    •    the role of pseudonymization,
    •    whether anonymization is a compatible use,
    •    the retention of original identifiable data after anonymization,
    •    defining the adversary during anonymization and  
    •    incorrect re-identification.
     
    The program references and makes available to participants a report providing detailed analysis of these topics. Attendees will gain practical insight into interpreting the opinion and its implications for data-sharing in general.
     
    Panelists:
    Dr. Khaled El Emam, Senior Scientist, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, Director of Electronic Health Information Laboratory, CEO and Founder of Privacy Analytics, Inc.
    Cecilia Alvarez, Counsel, Uria Menendez, Madrid, Spain
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations 

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    Original Broadcast Date: June 10, 2014

    The latest amendment to the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) became effective on January 1 of this year. The law now requires privacy policies to include certain Do Not Track (DNT) disclosures, which has led to confusion and uncertainty on how to comply. To provide guidance, California Attorney General Kamala Harris recently released a guide titled Making Your Privacy Practices Public.
     
    What to make of it? Join us for this online discussion with a panel of practicing privacy professionals to unpack the guidance and its key takeaways. To be considered during the program:
     
    •    Updates that may need to be made to online privacy policies,
    •    How compliance with CalOPPA and the Guidance fits together with the DAA’s Self-Regulatory program for online interest-based advertising
    •    What this all means for businesses and privacy professionals going forward.
     
    Moderator:  
    Heather Egan Sussman, CIPP/US, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
    Panelists:  
    Joanne McNabb, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice
    Todd B. Ruback, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPP/IT, Chief Privacy Officer, Ghostery
    Genie Barton, Vice President and Director, Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program & Mobile Marketing Initiatives, Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc.
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 30, 2014
     
    On 13 May, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that Google may be forced to remove links to factual and legally permissible news stories about individuals from its search results that are “inadequate, irrelevant … or excessive” under a “right to be forgotten” that is derived from the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. In the U.S., access to legal, factual information is protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Rarely, if ever, has there been a decision that presents such a stark contrast.
    Join our expert panel as they tackle these questions and more:
     
    •   What is the impact of the ruling on the right to free expression and the right to obtain information in the EU? Does the ruling make privacy law a potential censorship tool?
     
    •   What companies might be subject to the ECJ’s ruling? Just search engines, or others? What triggers EU jurisdiction for companies with websites that are visible in the EU while the companies are based elsewhere?
     
    •   How will the ECJ ruling work in application? How will companies determine what is “inadequate, irrelevant … or excessive” Under what circumstances will the newly articulated right to be forgotten be enforced? When will the right to be forgotten be outweighed by the public’s need to be informed?
     
    •   What risks will companies run if they are unable to fully comply with the “right to be forgotten?”  
     
    •   What is the likely impact of this decision on the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation and transatlantic privacy relations?
     
    Panelists:
    Eric Posner, Kirkland & Ellis Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago Law School
    Jeffrey Rosen,
    President and CEO, National Constitution Center and Professor of Law at the George Washington University
    Giovanni Sartor, Professor of Legal Informatics and Legal Theory, European University Institute and University of Bologna
    Christopher Wolf, Partner and Head of Global Privacy Practice, Hogan Lovells, LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 15, 2014
     
    Transatlantic data flows are the lifeblood of U.S.- EU trade. Yet, in a post-Snowden world, exports of data from the European Union to the U.S. are under greater scrutiny than ever – particularly those made under the U.S. EU Safe Harbor framework. Over time, European regulators have become increasingly vocal in raising concerns about the perceived lack of compliance with Safe Harbor commitments, limited U.S. Federal Trade Commission enforcement and law enforcement disclosure loopholes. This culminated in the European Commission publishing a report calling on the U.S. to adopt 13 recommendations by Summer 2014 in order to "restore trust" in Safe Harbor—and threaten possible suspension of Safe Harbor if improvements aren't made.
     
    Join our expert panel, including a representative from the U.S. Department of Commerce and a former French data protection regulator, to investigate these questions and more:
     
    •         What does this mean for businesses who depend on Safe Harbor to receive data from the EU?  
    •         What recommendations has the European Commission proposed?  
    •         How likely are they to take effect?  
    •         What is the status of EU-U.S. consultations?  
    •         And what, if anything, can businesses be doing about all of this?
     
    Panelists:
    Emmanuelle Bartoli, Chief Legal Counsel Data Privacy and Security, Atos, Paris, France
    Caitlin Fennessy, CIPP/US, Administrator U.S. - EU Safe Harbor Framework, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce
    Phil Lee, CIPP/E, CIPM, Partner, Head of U.S. Office, Field Fisher Waterhouse
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    Original Broadcast Date: April 3, 2014

    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 27, 2014

    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: 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 and
    •    Cross-border collection and marketing topics including cookie rules, EU Safe Harbor, and Canadian 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
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 6, 2014

    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: January 9, 2014
     
    Developing effective and efficient working relationships with myriad external business partners is challenging at best and made even more so by privacy and data security compliance requirements that vary by jurisdiction and industry sector. Privacy regulations, industry best practices and audit standards are moving companies and government bodies toward a standardized process for confirming compliance and risk management treatment of the vendor, third-party service provider chain. So where can commonalities be found and capitalized upon, and what common stumbling blocks exist in the RFP, contract negotiation and fulfillment processes? Also, what efforts are underway to standardize and make checklists, registries and compliance requirements public? Our expert panel will guide you through these questions and more while providing a forum for you to ask your own.
     
    Panelists:
    Ellen Giblin, Esq., CIPP/US , CIPP/C, CIPP/G, Privacy Counsel, Ashcroft Law Firm
    Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Executive Director, Future of Privacy Forum
    Al Silipigni, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, HSBC U.S.
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original 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'
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Introduction to EU Data Protection, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: November 14, 2013

    Much has been said about what ought to be required of data processors and controllers with regard to securing and retaining private citizens’ personal information. But how to marry the dual demands of securing personal data while allowing proper access to those who need it, all the while complying with applicable jurisdictional and sectoral laws? Join this virtual discussion with two seasoned Brussels-based privacy and security experts to hear practical solutions to these challenges, and how they relate to the proposed EU data protection regulations.
     
    Panelists:
    Achim Klabunde, Head of Sector IT Policy, European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)
    Bavo Van den Heuvel, Founder, Cranium BVBA, Brussels, Belgium
    Johan Vandendriessche, Partner, crosslaw, Brussels, Belgium
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original 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
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original Broadcast Date: July 17, 2013
     
    Undertaking a privacy audit at your organization is a great way to create a baseline for ongoing development of information management policies and procedures, or to improve on already existing systems. But what are the various types of audits, and which one is right for your organization? What should be considered when choosing a third party to work with, and what regulatory expectations exist that you should be aware of? Additionally, you’ll hear about:
     
    •    The GAPP and SOC report frameworks
    •    The privacy maturity model
    •    Privacy attestation considerations including:
       o    In scope environment
       o    Audit approach, trail, evidence collection and period
     
    Join our panel of seasoned privacy professionals as they answer these questions and more while taking  your questions from the virtual audience.
     
    Panelists:
    Nicholas F. Cheung, CIPP/C, Director, Program and Publication Development and Chief Privacy Officer, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)

    Doron M. Rotman, CIPP/US, National Privacy Service Leader, KPMG LLP (US)
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original Broadcast Date: June 7, 2013

    In an attempt to curb fraud and illegal insider trading communications, an unlikely alliance of regulators and industry groups, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority or “FINRA” among them, are seeking to amend state laws to allow employers access to Wall Street employee’s social media accounts. These efforts are problematic for employers who are faced with conflicting requirements and responsibilities, and for employees, who are faced with the potential invasion of their personal privacy. Join our panel of legal experts as we explore this tension and discuss the possible consequences and outcomes should this access come to pass.
     
    Panelists:
    David A. Felt, Of Counsel, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP, Former Senior Vice President and
    Privacy General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase
    Montserrat C. Miller, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Christopher Sundermeier, General Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, Reputation.com
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 16, 2013

    Amidst a dramatic uptick in Internet access and usage, Latin American nations are turning their focus to data privacy. From 2000 to 2008, only Argentina and Uruguay created comprehensive data privacy regimes. Yet in just a two-year span from 2010 to 2012, another six countries—Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru and Trinidad and Tobago—have adopted comprehensive data privacy laws of their own. More laws and regulations are sure to follow, including perhaps in key markets like Brazil. Join a discussion of developments in Latin America with a leading Brazilian lawyer who served as head of the government agency in charge of consumer protection policy and a U.S.-based practitioner advising U.S. and EU multinationals on their data protection interests in Latin America.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •    An understanding of foundational privacy principles in Latin America
    •    An overview of recent privacy developments in the region
    •    An analysis of trends and the possible trajectory of data protection in the region, including in Brazil
     
    Panelists:
    Matthew S. DelNero, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
    Mariana Tavares de Arujo, Partner, Levy & Salomao Advogados

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 9, 2013

    Data privacy professionals focus on privacy risks and controls in an organization’s day-to-day business operations, but often less thought is given to privacy risks in electronic discovery. Data collected for litigation frequently falls into a “black hole”: It is sent to outside counsel or e-discovery vendors without considering the organization’s ongoing data privacy obligations. Following are the key risks associated with e-discovery:
     
    •    Data may be lost in transfer
    •    Outside counsel or e-discovery vendors may not employ sufficient security measures
    •    Contracts with e-discovery vendors may not contain appropriate privacy protections
    •    Data located outside the U.S. may be subject to more rigorous privacy regulation
     
    Join our expert panel to discuss legal and practical strategies for ensuring that data privacy obligations are met for your organization, even in the face of liberal U.S. e-discovery processes.
     
    Panelists:
    Anthony Diana, CIPP/US, Partner, Mayer Brown LLP
    Emily Mossburg, CIPP/US,  Principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original Broadcast Date: April 25, 2013

    The SEC’s Division of Corporate Finance has issued guidance on when and how cybersecurity risks and incidents should be reported in filings by public companies. Just recently, through the comment letter process, we’ve gotten a much clearer picture of what the SEC’s expectations are and what companies are actually reporting. Join a former SEC enforcement attorney and head of the Office of Market Intelligence, an in-house compliance counsel and an outside privacy and data security counsel to examine the SEC guidance, review the most recent filings and comment letters, consider compliance issues and discuss enforcement.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    • An understanding of the SEC Division of Corporate Finance guidance
    • A review of recent filings and SEC comments to those filings
    • An understanding of how the SEC may enforce the guidance
     
    Panelists:
    Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, EVP, Chief Security Officer and Compliance Officer, LSQ Holdings
    James Shreve, CIPP/US, Attorney, BuckleySandler LLP
    Thomas A. Sporkin, Partner, Government Enforcement and Litigation Attorney, BuckleySandler LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 27, 2013
     
    Resolving the tension between the use of online tracking technologies and consumer and regulatory privacy concerns is poised to be a key charge for many privacy processionals in 2013. To complicate matters, differing philosophies and proposed rules in the U.S. and EU  make deciding which policies and strategies to implement at your organization all the more vexing. Join our expert panelists as they guide you through their assessment of how to get that difficult balance right.
     
    We'll explore:
    •    Updates to cookie laws and online behavioural advertising in both the US and EU
    •    Action items to consider for compliance with the disparate requirements
    •    Likely legislative and regulatory developments in the coming year
     
    Panelists:
    Lydia B. Parnes, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
    Todd B. Ruback, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPP/IT, Chief Privacy Officer, Evidon, Inc.
    Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E, Partner and Head of the Privacy and Information Law Group, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: February 14, 2013

    Since January 1, companies that act as data processors—including many service providers—have been able to apply for Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) in order to allow for the international transfer of personal data from the EU. Join our expert panel  to hear about this important development.
     
    Key takeaways will include:
    •    How your company can take advantage of BCRs
    •    The role of BCRs for processors
    •    What is involved in making an application
    •    What data protection authorities expect
    •    An industry view on the benefits and challenges of BCRs for processors
     
    Panelists:
    Myriam Gufflet, Legal Advisor at the Department of European and International Affairs, CNIL
    William Long, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
    Daniel Pradelles, EMEA Privacy Officer, Hewlett Packard

    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations

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    Original broadcast date: February 7, 2013

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued its much-anticipated final omnibus rule implementing changes to the privacy, security, enforcement and breach notification regulations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The new rules will have sweeping consequences for covered entities and business associates that handle personal health information. To help you evaluate how this may affect your organization, we’ve assembled an expert panel to:
     
    •    Identify key provisions
    •    Highlight what's new and different
    •    Discuss important practical implications
    •    Call out key compliance steps organizations should consider over the next few months
     
    Panelists:
    Deven McGraw, Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT)
    Kirk Nahra, CIPP/US, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM,  Privacy Program Governance

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    Original broadcast date: January 31, 2013

    On January 8, a draft report on the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation was issued by the rapporteur of the lead committee in the European Parliament. Included within are new amendments that strengthen the rights of individuals and supervisory authorities and reinforce existing—or impose additional—obligations on companies.
    These include:
    •    Revisions to “legitimate business interest” as legal basis for processing EU data;  
    •    Extended scope of application to include free services;
    •    Changes in international data transfer rules, and
    •    Additional obligations on data controllers.        
    Join our panel of legal and operational experts for review and analysis of these potentially far-reaching new proposals.
    Panelists:
    Eric Heath, Director of Legal - Global Privacy, LinkedIn Ireland Limited
    Henriette (Jetty) Tielemans
    , Partner, Covington & Burling, LLP, Brussels, Belgium
    Kurt Wimmer, Partner, Covington & Burling, LLP, Washington, DC
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations

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    Original broadcast date: January 10, 2013

     
    On December 19, just before the holiday recess, the FTC announced the long-awaited final amendments to its COPPA Rule intended to strengthen kids’ privacy protections and give parents greater control over the personal information that websites and online services may collect from children under 13.  Join our panel of legal experts—including representatives from the FTC—to hear about these important changes and how they might affect your organization.
     
    Panelists:
    Mamie Kresses, Senior Attorney, Division of Advertising Practices, FTC
    Phyllis Marcus, Senior Attorney, Division of Advertising Practices, FTC
    Timothy Tobin, Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP
    Christopher Wolf, Privacy Practice Leader, Hogan Lovells US LLP and Founder/Co-Chair, Future of Privacy Forum
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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    Original Broadcast Date: January 17, 2013
     
    This fall, both the U.S. HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published guidance on data de-identification. The OCR guidelines are intended to clarify how to interpret the HIPAA Privacy Rule's de-identification standards and provide certainty on some of the issues creating confusion among covered entities. The ICO code of practice provides a set of general principles and specific techniques that can be applied. Join our panel of legal and operational experts to examine:
     
    • Key points in the new OCR guidelines and ICO code
    • How these standards differ from current practices
    • Ways you should change your practices in light of the new guidance

    Panelists
    Khaled El Emam, Founder and CEO, Privacy Analytics, Inc., Inc. and Canada Research Chair, University of Ottawa
    Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Peter Swire, CIPP/US,C. William O'Neill Professor of Law at the Ohio State University and Senior Fellow, Future of Privacy Forum
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US,  Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    Original broadcast date: December 20, 2012
    1– 2:30 p.m. EST
     
    California's attorney general has taken a strong stand on consumer privacy. Building on the state's tradition of innovation in technology and privacy, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris created the Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit in July.The new unit immediately took up the challenge of one of the most pressing privacy issues of the day: mobile privacy. Join our expert panel from the state that devotes more resources to privacy protection than any other to learn about the unit’s phased approach of convening stakeholders to address an issue collaboratively; educating businesses with best-practice recommendations and consumers with protective strategies; and, when necessary, taking enforcement actions.
     
    Speakers:
    Alexandra Robert Gordon, Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice
    JoanneMcNabb, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Systems and Applications 

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    Original broadcast date: November 29th, 2012
    1 – 2:30 p.m. EST
     
    While state data breach laws have been in existence for over a decade, they continue to proliferate and evolve. In particular, issues around what constitutes “personal information”and requirements with regard to timing of notice vary by jurisdiction and industry sector. State insurance regulators are among the most aggressive in terms of notice-timing, and if a health provider receives payments from Medicare or Medicaid, the contract with HHS may require initial notice within a matter of hours. Join our expert legal panel for a review of the key laws and their provisions as well as what your organization can do to prepare for the inevitable.
     
    Panelists:
    Peter McLaughlin, CIPP/US, Senior Counsel, Foley and Lardner
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    Original broadcast date: November 16th, 2012
     
    Powerful new analytic techniques combined with the collection of vast volumes of individual health data and associated statistics have created never-before-seen opportunities to spot health trends for both public good and private profit. But what privacy risks exist for the individuals whose data is being mined? What are the best practices for safely de-identifying records and providing audits to ensure that personal and sensitive information remains protected? Join our panel of legal, technical and operational experts to hear the latest developments in this important and rapidly developing field.
     
    Panelists:
    Khaled El Emam, Founder and CEO, Privacy Analytics, Inc.
    Rebecca Herold, CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, Privacy Professor, Rebecca Herold & Associates LLC
    Deven McGraw, Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)
     

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    Original broadcast date: November 1, 2012

    It’s often assumed that utilizing cloud-based services puts data security, privacy and compliance at considerable risk. But working with cloud suppliers presents the same challenges as those faced in traditional outsourcing and, when done properly, can yield significant benefits. A systematic approach to security and compliance efforts can identify and address the business, legal and technical concerns specific to cloud-based delivery systems.
     
    Join our expert panel to explore and tackle the risks introduced by outsourcing to the cloud, including data privacy and security, regulatory compliance, data center vulnerability, network intrusion and unauthorized system access and gain practical guidance you can put to use at your organization.
     
    Panelists:
    Rebecca Eisner, CIPP/US, Partner, Mayer Brown
    Thomas Kenyon, Director, Information Services Group (ISG)
    Mohammed Lazhar, Head of Security and IT Risk Management, Global Shared Services, Wolters Kluwer

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    Original broadcast date: October 25th, 2012
     
    A recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute found that 72 percent of those who received notification of a data breach were dissatisfied with the communication and often felt the need for more information. When things go wrong, an organization’s ongoing reputation for trustworthiness rests on effective data breach notice, and determining what will best serve those affected is of paramount importance. Join our expert panel to investigate key findings from this study and hear which notification practices work best, and which don’t.
     
    Panelists:
    Michael Bruemmer, CIPP/US, Vice President, Data Breach Resolution, Experian
    Dr. Larry A. Ponemon, CIPP/US, Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute, LLC
    Michael Spadea, CIPP/US, Director, Promontory Financial Group
     
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: September 27, 2012

    For organizations seeking to integrate the Fair Information Practice Principles—including accountability—into their programs, success can hinge on consistent policy implementation. Yet, creating consistency across diverse business units and departments—often within multiple jurisdictions—is challenging to say the least. So, how does an enterprise establish a sustainable program that is effective today and flexible enough to adapt to market changes, technology developments and regulatory modifications? Join our expert panel and hear how three senior executives have built and maintained comprehensive programs across an array of sectors through documented policies and procedures and well-thought-out communication, education and training activities.
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, The Corporate Privacy Group
     
    Panelists:
    Mary Ellen Callahan, CIPP/US, Partner, Jenner & Block
    Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Privacy General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, JP Morgan Chase
    David A. Hoffman, CIPP/US, Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation

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    Original Broadcast Date: October 4th, 2012

    As the use of cloud computing services proliferates, organizations taking advantage of the benefits offered must also be aware of the legal requirements associated with storing personal and sensitive information in remote locations. In Europe, the Article 29 Working Party issued a comprehensive position paper on the issue in July. Join our expert panel to hear what this paper contains and how it compares to positions taken by regulators in other parts of the world. Specifically, we’ll look at law enforcement access issues including the USA PATRIOT Act. The panel will also cover the complex contractual issues—some unrelated to privacy–that cloud contracts present.
     
    Panelists:
    Alexander Berengaut, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP
    Nigel L. Howard, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
    Stephen Satterfield, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP
    Henriette Tielemans, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

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    Original Broadcast Date: August 23, 2012

    As employees increasingly use their own smartphones, tablets and laptops for work, challenges emerge around the sensitive data being stored and processed on these devices. Many companies see this use as inevitable and value the cost savings and efficiencies but struggle with implementing policies governing employee and employer rights and access. The bring your own device (BYOD) trend is gaining momentum, and you need to understand and be prepared to address the security and privacy risks associated with BYOD at your organization.
     
    Join our expert panel to explore:
    •    BYOD and consumerization of information technology drivers and trends
    •    Security and related legal risks arising from BYOD strategy
    •    BYOD privacy concerns and legal issues •    Incident response and investigation
    •    Key considerations for developing a personal device usage policy
     
    Panelists:
    Mark Milone, Senior Counsel – Information Technology, The Boeing Company
    David Navetta, CIPP/US, Founding Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP
     

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    Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, August 16, 2012
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    Many opportunities exist for organizations to create, hold and process protected health information (PHI) in the service of HIPAA-covered entities. Managing PHI comes with responsibilities, and in a competitive environment, best business practices will set your organization above the crowd during the bidding process. Join our panelists—including legal, operational and regulatory experts—to discuss best practices for creating compliant and responsible relationships between covered entities and business associates.
     
    Panelists:
    Jennifer S. Geetter, Esq., Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
    David Holtzman, CIPP/G, Senior Health IT and Privacy Specialist, HHS Office for Civil Rights
    Christy Navarro, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Administrator, Dignity Health

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    Original broadcast date: August 2, 2012
     
    Once a privacy program has been designed with accountability principles in mind, how do you operationalize and measure its effectiveness? Is there a formula for understanding the costs and benefits of devoting resources to accountability implementation? How can you gauge efficiencies, customer satisfaction, increased trust or lower risk, and how are these benefits measured in the assessments of risk for products and services? Join our panel of seasoned experts to learn how to translate the sometimes hard-to-define principles of accountability into effective programmatic elements within your organization.
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, Corporate Privacy Group
     
    Panelists:
    Kenneth P. Mortensen, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, Vice President, Assistant General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, CVS Caremark Corporation
    Nuala O’Connor, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, Senior Counsel, Information Governance & Chief Privacy Leader, General Electric
    Zoe Strickland, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, UnitedHealth Group
     

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    Original broadcast date: August 9, 2012
     
    The Securities and Exchange Commission in October 2011 issued guidance for public companies on cybersecurity and cyber incident disclosure that has significant implications for those advising and managing privacy programs.  Join our privacy and securities attorney panelists, who will:
    •  Address the disclosure requirements of this guidance, including convergence with data breach notification and security  
    procedures
    •  Provide examples of actual disclosures that public companies are issuing in response to this guidance
    •  Describe actions companies should consider taking
    •  Discuss potential liabilities for your organization
     
    Panelists:
    Melissa J. Krasnow, CIPP/US, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, U.S.
    Lisa Beth Lentini, Senior Director, Global Compliance, Carlson Wagonlit Travel
    Liza Mark, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Hong Kong
    Wayne Matus, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
     

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    Original broadcast date: July 19, 2012
     
    The practice of removing personally identifiable information from individuals’ digital profiles to be used in aggregate for research and other purposes is widespread and most agree has broad societal value. Yet evolving technical capabilities have called into question what constitutes safe and legal handling of this data. Join our expert panel as they discuss the legal and procedural points your organization should consider when engaged in this activity.
     
    Panelists:
    Justin Brookman, Consumer Privacy Project Director, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)
    Mitchell W. Granberg, Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, OptumInsight
    Omer Tene, Affiliate Scholar, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School; Senior Lecturer at Israeli College of Management School of Law; Managing Director, Tene & Associates

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    Original Broadcast Date: July 12, 2012
     
    Recent federal and state legislation have put a spotlight on healthcare data breach incidents through onerous reporting requirements, enforcement actions including stiff penalties and mandatory integrity agreements. Forward-thinking companies handling health information know they should plan for a data breach at some point but often are not aware of the scope and breadth of their obligations to state and federal authorities. Join our expert panel to hear what your organization should be doing to prepare for the inevitable including: pre-litigation planning for potential class action lawsuits and the evaluation of cyber-liability insurance to cover residual risk.
     
    Panelists:
    Gerry Hinkley, Partner, PillsburyWinthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
    David Benkert, Director, Navigant
    Angela Sabbe, Associate Director, Navigant
     

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    Because accountability is a conceptual goal, confusion often exists about what it is and how to recognize its principles in action within an organization. What proof points demonstrate that accountability principles have been successfully worked into a privacy program? In terms of risks, what concerns do organizations have about revealing too much advantage, as well as exposing vulnerabilities or releasing confidential information? Join our panel of senior privacy leaders as they share their thoughts and techniques for building and maintaining successful elements of accountability into privacy programs across a diverse spectrum of sizes and sectors.
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, Corporate Privacy Group
     
    Panelists:
    Sandra R Hughes, CIPP/US, Global Information Governance & Privacy Executive, Procter & Gamble Company
    Barbara Lawler, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, Intuit
    Peter M. Lefkowitz, Chief Privacy Officer, Oracle Corporation
     

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    Original broadcast date: June 13, 2012
     
    The use of biometric control technologies such as facial recognition and palm scanning have provided great leaps forward for accurate identity authentication but have also raised privacy concerns, especially in the EU. Join our expert panel as they discuss in detail how one company successfully addressed compliance challenges associated with implementing these technologies in multiple jurisdictions and the precedent this example might set for organizations moving forward.
     
    Panelists:
    Allen Brandt, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Corporate Counsel, Chief Privacy Official
    Alexandra Guerin-Francois, Legal Counsel, Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL)
    Ariane Mole
    , Partner,  Bird & Bird LLP, Paris, France

     
     

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    Original broadcast date: June 7, 2012
     
    Managing compliance with the complexities of data security obligations that can vary by subject matter and national jurisdiction is often a challenge. What are these requirements and how do organizations deal with them? Join our panel of legal experts to hear an overview of the rules and learn practical ways to manage them in your organization.
     
    Panelists:
    Peter M. Lefkowitz, Chief Privacy Officer, Oracle Corporation
    Robert L. Rothman, Principal, Privacy Associates International LLC
    Miriam H. Wugmeister, Partner, Morrison Foerster  LLP
     

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    Original broadcast date: May 16, 2012  
     
    What is an "accountable" organization? As a principle, accountability can be found in many privacy frameworks worldwide, but are the underlying concepts clear and understood? How does a privacy professional define and implement policies and practices in line with the accountability principle, and what results can be expected? In this first session of a four-part series, learn about what accountability looks like in action and how you can use a privacy maturity model to measure your progress implementing accountability, even if you are a privacy office of one.  
     
    Moderator:
    Richard Purcell, CIPP/US, Founder and Principal, Corporate Privacy Group  
     
    Panelists:
    Martin Abrams, President, Centre for Information Policy Leadership, & Senior Policy Advisor, Hunton & Williams LLP
    Jay Cline CIPP/US, President, Minnesota Privacy Consultants
    Brendon Lynch, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corporation  

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    Original broadcast date: May 10, 2012
     
    Today, multinational companies with headquarters or significant operations in the U.S. are subject not only to broad U.S. civil discovery obligations but also to potentially conflicting foreign data protection and privacy laws. Attempting compliance with these multiple rules and regulations presents a significant legal and operational challenge for these companies.  
     
    Since its inception, The Sedona Conference Working Group Six on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure has worked to harmonize these competing considerations. Recently, the group issued its draft “International Principles on Discovery, Disclosure & Data Protection: Best Practices,Recommendations & Principles for Addressing the Preservation and Discovery of Protected Data in U.S. Litigation.”for public comment.The goal is to provide a framework and tools for managing the risk of EU-U.S.transfers of personal data in the context of cross-border litigation and regulatory investigations.
     
    Join our expert legal panel to hear an overview of the working group including its diverse makeup and process, the principles that have been developed over the last six years and what practical ways your organization can use them.
     
    Speakers:
    Steven C. Bennett, Partner, Jones Day LLP
    M. James Daley, Partner, Daley & Fey LLP

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    Original broadcast date: May 3, 2012
     
    On May 25, the United Kingdom's regulatory grace period for enforcing website cookie consent rules will expire. After this date, website operators, ad networks and other technology partners who serve cookies without obtaining valid visitor consent run the risk of investigation by the UK Information Commissioner's Office. In other territories across the EU, cookie consent rules are already in force, exposing noncompliant businesses to the risk of enforcement by local data protection authorities. Despite this, many businesses remain unclear about what is expected of them and how they can achieve compliance. Join our expert legal, technical and marketing panelists as they turn their attention to Europe's cookie consent rules, explaining the new requirement and dispelling common misconceptions about it, exploring practical ways for website operators to achieve compliance and discussing how regulators intend to enforce the requirement.  
     
    Speakers:
    Dave Evans, Group Manager, Information Commissioner's Office
    Phil Lee, CIPP/E, Partner, Field Fisher Waterhouse
    Colin O'Malley, Chief Strategy Officer, Evidon
     
     

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    Original broadcast date:  April 20, 2012
     
    If your organization isn't already operating in the mobile device environment, it likely has plans to. Smaller screens and multiple layers of third-party vendors sharing data make such fundamental privacy considerations as notice, choice, consent and security particularly challenging. Join our experts as they detail the current landscape; provide policy and legal guidance; and discuss regulatory considerations that exist now and are emerging in this rapidly growing field.
     
    Speakers:
    Aaron Brauer-Rieke, Ron Plesser Fellow, Staff Attorney, Center for Democracy & Technology
    Christopher Cwalina, Counsel, Data Privacy, Security and Management Group, Reed Smith, LLP
    Christopher Olsen, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
    Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Co-Chairman and Director, Future of Privacy Forum 

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    Original broadcast date: April 12, 2012
     
    As social media use continues to proliferate, some employers are requesting access to personal accounts of existing and potential employees in an effort to learn more about their backgrounds. While some claim this constitutes coercion, either overtly or covertly, others see no ethical or legal problem with the practice. Recently, state and federal courts have been more sympathetic to employees' claims of expectations of privacy in some of their electronic communications. Join our expert panel as we explore these practices from both a legal and ethical perspective under existing legislation and how proposed legislation may restrict these efforts in the future.
     
    Speakers:
    Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP
    Jim Lai, CIPP, Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection, Motorola Mobility

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    Original broadcast date: March 29, 2012
     
    After much discussion and several false starts, 2012 could be the year that national cybersecurity legislation becomes a reality. The proposed bills  include  provisions affecting the sharing of information between government agencies and  the private sector. New security breach notification requirements may ultimately be included as well. Join us for an overview and analysis of  the pending bills and predictions of which are most likely to pass.  
     
    Speakers:
    Samuel Chun, Director, Cybersecurity Practice, U.S. PublicSector, Hewlett-Packard Company
    Heidi Salow, CIPP/US
    , Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP

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    Original broadcast date: March 22, 2012

    Online behavioral advertising (OBA) has come under increasing legal scrutiny around the globe.  As businesses grapple with recent changes to the consent requirements in the EU and continuing regulatory developments in the U.S., Canadian law continues to evolve as well. In this program experts from Canada, the EU and the U.S. will explore the current status of existing laws, pending legislation and emerging self-regulatory frameworks.  Join us to hear what steps your organization can take to follow industry best practice and develop compliant marketing strategies in all jurisdictions.
     
    Speakers:
    Shaun Brown, Partner, nNovation LLP
    Peter Kosmala, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Government Relations, 4As
    Nicole Wolters Ruckert, Attorney, Kennedy van der Laan

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    Original broadcast date: February 16, 2012

    By March 1, 2012, organizations holding the personal information of Massachusetts residents must amend their existing vendor contracts to require compliance with Massachusetts data security regulation 201 CMR 17.03 (f)(2). This requirement for contracts with third-party vendors applies to the personal information of all Massachusetts residents including customers, employees and others, regardless of which state the data is stored in. Join our expert legal panel including representatives from the Massachusetts AG's office and the OCABR as they describe this new requirement and provide practical guidance for your organization to assist with compliance.

    Speakers:
    Shannon Choy-Seymour, Assistant Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Attorney General, State of Massachusetts
    Jason Egan, Deputy General Counsel , Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR)
    Mark E. Schreiber, Partner, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
    Socheth Sor, CIPP/US, Associate, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP

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    Original broadcast date: January 26, 2012

    High profile data breaches at major companies in recent years have brought growing awareness to the importance of having robust security and privacy measures in place prior to incidents. What can we learn by looking back at some of these events from the perspective of the consumer, a regulator or legal counsel advising industry? What went wrong and why, and what guidance can we glean to improve existing data protection and management systems? Join our diverse panel of experts as we review and analyze lessons learned and advise on proactive measures to implement in your organization.

    Speakers:
    Paul Bond, Partner, Reed Smith, LLP
    Chris Cwalina, Counsel, Reed Smith, LLP
    Matthew F. Fitzsimmons, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, State of Connecticut
    Beth Givens, Founder and Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

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    Original broadcast date: February 9, 2012

    The recent FTC consent orders against Facebook and Google contain quite different demands of the companies that, when viewed together, carry a significant message to every e-commerce site and Web page collecting personal information. While these two settlements do not formally apply beyond Facebook and Google, all organizations with a Web presence need to understand the ramifications of these decrees. Join our panel of legal experts who have notable experience working with the FTC--as they sort through the details of these cases and offer practical guidance on managing the shifting landscape of best practices in online privacy.

    Speakers:
    Peter McLaughlin, CIPP/US, Senior Counsel, Foley and Lardner, LLP
    Andrew Serwin, Partner, Foley and Lardner, LLP
    Anne Bradley, CIPP/US, Associate Director, Business and Legal Affairs, Hulu

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    Original broadcast date: April 3, 2012

    The FTC has just released its final report on privacy recommending controls and standards for the online protection of consumers' privacy. The report addresses the scope of what may constitute consumer data and proposes new standards. Join our experts--including two senior FTC staff members and leading national privacy law experts--for a panel discussion examining this important new development in the evolution of consumer privacy.

    Speakers:
    Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Edward W. Felten, Chief Technologist, Office of the Chairman, FTC
    Maneesha Mithal, Associate Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC
    Christopher Wolf, Privacy Practice Leader, Hogan Lovells US LLP and Founder/Co-Chair, Future of Privacy Forum

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    Original broadcast date: February 2, 2012

    The European Commission recently released a new data protection framework intended to replace the existing Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. The new framework includes a right to be forgotten, explicit consent requirements, tough fines for violators, a data protection officer requirement and a breach notification provision calling for disclosure within 24 hours if feasible, among other mandates. Join our panel of international experts as they guide you through the changes and analyze their likely impacts on businesses and organizations across the globe.

    Speakers:
    Daniel P. Cooper, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, London, UK
    Christopher Kuner, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP, Brussels, Belgium
    Henriette Tielemans, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels, Belgium

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    Original broadcast date: March 1, 2012
    The Obama administration has just released the long-awaited whitepaper outlining proposals for a new American privacy framework. The paper--Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked Word: A Framework for Protecting Privacy and Promoting Innovation in the Global Digital Economy--calls for a consumer privacy bill of rights and industry-developed codes of conduct for protecting privacy.

    Join our panel of experts, including one of the paper's primary authors, as we summarize, analyze and predict the impact this report will have for businesses in the U.S. and abroad--especially in the EU where a new framework has recently been introduced.


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

    Panelists:
    Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, Co-Chairman and Director, Future of Privacy Forum
    Peter Swire, CIPP/US, C. William O'Neill Professor in Law and Judicial Administration, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
    Omer Tene, Affiliate Scholar, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School; Senior Lecturer at Israeli College of Management School of Law
    Daniel J. Weitzner, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

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    Original broadcast date: January 12, 2012

    Most organizations today have growing numbers of employees working either from the road or outside of traditional office space. What unique privacy issues arise for these employees and their employers? How does the growing use of smartphones and other mobile and wireless devices affect internal privacy policies, and what procedures should be put into place to maintain proper access and security for sensitive and personally identifiable information? Join our panel of privacy professionals seasoned in these issues to find out what practical advice and best practices you can take back to your organization.

    Speakers:
    Michael Spadea, JD, CIPP/US, CSS Privacy Manager, Microsoft Corporation
    Christine Lyon, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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    Original broadcast date: December 16, 2011

    Class-action lawsuits are increasingly being brought against organizations that have suffered data breaches or are alleged to have allowed third parties unauthorized access to users' confidential information. Often at issue in these cases is what kind of harm plaintiffs must allege to state a cognizable claim. What types of harm have been put forward, and how have the courts evaluated them? What related legal issues loom on the horizon? Join our panel of legal professionals as they discuss the history of these lawsuits, examine several prominent cases to look for trends, and provide practical steps to help mitigate these risks.

    Speakers:
    David Navetta, CIPP, Founding Partner, InformationLawGroup
    Simon J. Frankel, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
    Mali B. Friedman, Associate, Covington & Burling LLP

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  • Smart Grid Privacy

    November 21, 2011
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    Original broadcast date: December 8, 2011

    The smart grid, when implemented, will be able to produce previously unavailable information about individual consumers' electricity usage. Who can and should have access to these usage histories, and what current or proposed laws and standards govern the sharing of these records? Join our panel of experts as they bring you up to date on this evolving realm of privacy concerns.

    Speakers:
    Megan J. Hertzler, Assistant General Counsel and Director of Data Privacy, Xcel Energy
    Michael Sachse, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs & General Counsel, OPOWER
    Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP

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    Original broadcast date: November 18, 2011

    You've just been notified of a data breach at your organization. What should you do first, and how will you assure no further damage is done and proper notification occurs both internally and externally? This web conference features seasoned privacy and digital forensic/cyber incident response professionals who will provide you with valuable, practical information and tools.

    Speakers:
    Michael Spadea, JD, CIPP, CSS Privacy Manager, Microsoft Corporation
    John Reed Stark, Managing Director and Deputy General Counsel, Stroz Friedberg LLC

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    Original broadcast date: November 10, 2011

    As the nation moves toward greater adoption and leveraging of health information technology, the issue of protecting and providing proper access to health records has become a central element of concern. In addition to that attention, the last few years have seen a marked increase in the enforcement of various health information privacy laws at both the federal and state level. While the theme of only a few years ago was "voluntary compliance," large breaches and other privacy and security issues may now lead to a multitude of penalties or financial settlements. This Web conference will explore recent healthcare privacy enforcement trends, including:
    • The increase in HIPAA financial settlements and what lessons can be learned from these resolutions;
    • How states are using both HIPAA and state law to enforce health information privacy;
    • The various types of federal and state agencies that are enforcing health information privacy, and
    • What the future may hold, such as HIPAA audits and more aggressive enforcement of potential violations attributable to "willful neglect."
    Speakers:
    Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Christy Navarro, CIPP, Chief Privacy Administrator, Catholic Healthcare West

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    Original broadcast date: November 3, 2011

    The long-awaited wave of mobile payment systems appears to be arriving, and the possibilities for new types of financial transactions seem endless. This web conference will examine several of the technologies involved in mobile payment systems and the regulation of these technologies under existing laws.
     
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    Jacqueline Klosek, CIPP, Senior Counsel, Goodwin Procter LLP
    Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer, Senior Vice President,
    Citizens Financial Group, Inc.
    James T. Shreve, CIPP, Attorney, Buckley Sandler LLP

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  • COPPA Review: Fall 2011

    October 04, 2011
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    Original broadcast date: October 27, 2011

    Does your organization have a Web presence that appeals to children? The FTC has recently proposed revisions to the COPPA regulations governing online interactions with children, including changes to parental notice and consent mechanisms and security and confidentiality obligations. What impact would this new rule have on your websites, mobile applications and social networking features? Should you be gearing up for different practices or submit comments to advocate for change before the November 28th deadline? During this session, two seasoned practitioners with years of children's advertising and privacy experience will discuss these important questions, highlight the proposed changes and offer practical strategies on how to implement best practices.

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    Andra Dallas, Staff Attorney, Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU)
    Liisa M. Thomas, Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP

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  • A Decade of Privacy Since 9/11

    September 30, 2011
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    Original broadcast date: October 12, 2011

    A decade after 9/11, governments and corporations have dramatically changed their data privacy and security practices and policies. To protect national and homeland security, many new forms of data are being collected and shared among far more players than ever before. At the same time, there are far more rules and policies about how to limit unauthorized collection and sharing. Hear global leaders who were at the center of the key decisions and debates about how to handle privacy after 9/11 reflect on what was done right, and what can be done better in the future.
     
    Moderator:
    Peter Swire, CIPP, C. William O'Neill Professor of Law at the Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University
    Speakers:
    Stewart Baker, Partner, Steptoe & Johnson, LLP
    Jim Dempsey, Vice President for Public Policy, Center for Democracy & Technology
    Nuala O'Connor Kelly, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer & Senior Counsel, Information Governance, General Electric
    Richard Thomas, UK Information Commissioner (2002-9), Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Hunton & Williams LLP

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    Original broadcast date: October 6, 2011

    Privacy policies have been reviled for their incomprehensibility and regulators are calling for clearer disclosures. Increasingly, statutes require that privacy notices be written in plain language. Our seasoned panelists' including a plain-language expert'use real-world examples to help you learn how craft a clear and consumer-friendly privacy notice that also satisfies legal requirements. Emphasis is on turning legalese into easy-reading using common words; short, declarative sentences; and a focus on action and choice.

    Speakers:
    Christopher G. Cwalina, Counsel, Reed Smith, LLP
    Christopher N. Olsen, Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC
    Shannon Wheatman, Vice President, Kinsella Media, LLC

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    Original broadcast date: September 27, 2011

    Privacy professionals today play an increasingly important role in many types of legal transactions. What questions should be asked in order to serve due diligence? What are the roles of representation, warranties and disclosure schedules? And how are these questions complicated by issues such as employee data and OBA, international data flows and the changing regulatory landscape? Discover how to bridge the gap between corporate law and privacy practitioners, and take away practical strategies and considerations for privacy and data protection issues in transactions.

    Speakers:
    Jennifer Carroll Archie, CIPP, Partner, Latham & Watkins, LLP
    Michael Blum, General Counsel, Quantcast
    Christine Lyon, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Gerard M. Stegmaier, CIPP, Attorney at Law, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

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    Original broadcast date: September 22, 2011

    The new cookie consent requirements of the revised e-Privacy Directive require online service providers to receive "consent" before placing cookies and similar tracking devices on users' computers. How do these laws differ, and how are they similar? What should your organization consider in crafting a compliance strategy? This program explores the legal and practical implications of this challenging new regulatory environment in the EU and provides advice on how to proceed.

    Speakers:
    Phil Lee, Senior Associate, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
    Colin O'Malley, Chief Strategy Officer, Evidon
    Alain Pannetrat, Senior IT Specialist, French Data Protection Authority (CNIL)

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    Original broadcast date: September 8, 2011

    Once a limited option, cyber liability insurance is now available from a number of different providers as a means to reduce the privacy and security exposures that remain after organizations have exhausted their internal resources. This program will explore and analyze how cyber liability coverage works, how the landscape has changed over the past few years and what specific steps and internal assessments organizations should take prior to entering the marketplace for these services.
    Speakers:
    Eric Dieterich, CIPP, CISA, CRISC, Director, Sunera LLC
    Jeffrey Portis, Cyber Specialist / Assistant Vice President, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies

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    Original broadcast date: September 1, 2011

    Seasoned privacy professionals and data handlers know that it's not "if" a data breach happens at their organization, but "when." Understanding the laws that your company or institution is subject to in this regard, taking appropriate pre-breach steps and putting into place appropriate policies and procedures can mean the difference between a stressful-but-managed process and a real crisis. Join our panel of legal experts as they map out the notification laws currently in place and under consideration in the U.S. and Europe and provide you with seasoned guidance on how to help your organization prepare for this challenging event.

    Speakers:
    Theodore P. Augustinos, Partner and Co. Chair, Privacy and Data Protection Group, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP
    Paula Barrett, Partner, Eversheds LLP UK
    Mark E. Schreiber, Partner and Chair, Privacy and Data Protection Group, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP

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    Original broadcast date: August 11, 2011

    Your organization may already be working with vendors that operate in the rapidly changing cloud computing environment, or you may be considering this approach for the data you manage. What are the legal requirements in the U.S. and abroad that need to be considered? Who owns responsibility for compliance with privacy requirements and security protection at each stage of the data flow process? What needs to be in the contract between your organization and the vendors you work with? Join our panel of legal and operational experts for answers to these questions and others, and hear how companies are working to ensure both legal compliance and actual security in the cloud, and how the market for these remote services is changing in response.

    Benjamin Hayes, CIPP, CIPP/C, CIPP/G, CIPP/IT, North American Data Privacy Compliance Lead, Accenture
    Heidi Salow, CIPP, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP

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    Original broadcast date: July 14, 2011

    With the national move to digital health records come potential benefits and concerns about inappropriate use of this information. National policy efforts to date have largely focused on the use of electronic health records (EHRs) for treatment of patients, but EHRs will also be sources of information for so-called "secondary" purposes, such as public health and private research efforts. What are the important secondary purposes for data from EHRs? How is this information being used for commercial purposes? What are the standards and best practices available for organizations involved in these transactions? Join us as our expert panel explores these issues from practical, legal, regulatory and ethical viewpoints to gain insight into how best to manage policy for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Kimberly Gray, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, IMS Health
    Deven McGraw, Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology
    Kirk Nahra, CIPP, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP

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    Original broadcast date: July 28, 2011

    The HITECH Act mandates that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) institute a HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule compliance audit program of covered entities and business associates. With the recent selection of consulting firm KPMG as the contractor to provide these services, it's likely that the approximately 150 audits will begin soon. For an advance look at what the program will include, what your organization should be doing to prepare and advice on key industry metrics to prioritize, join our panel of legal, practical and regulatory experts who've been involved in—and closely following‐this effort's development.

    Speakers:
    Cliff Baker, Chief Strategy Officer, HITRUST Alliance
    Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Susan McAndrew, Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy, Office for Civil Rights, Department of Health and Human Services

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    Original broadcast date: July 21, 2011

    Whether to keep or destroy the personal and sensitive customer and employee  information your organization holds is a perennial challenge for privacy professionals. Various state and federal laws and regulations govern elements of when and how this data should be destroyed, and the risks of a potentially expensive data breach make the costs associated with destruction a business decision worthy of consideration. What are the legal risks associated with decisions regarding the destruction of information, and what factors should you consider in making these decisions? How should you develop and implement policies to manage these processes within your organization? Join our panel of legal and practical experts as they answer these questions and more and provide guidance on industry best practices.

    Speakers:
    Anthony J. Diana, CIPP, Partner, Mayer Brown LLP
    Web Hull, CIPP & CIPP/G, Senior Privacy and Compliance Specialist, Iron Mountain
    Michael J. Lawlor, President, DestructData, Inc.
    Sean O'Leary, Director of Communications, DestructData, Inc.

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    Original broadcast date: June 16, 2011

    The end of May saw the deadline for European Union member states to implement the new e-privacy directive's cookie consent rules into their respective national laws. All organizations conducting Web-based business with European customers will be affected; however, guidance related to compliance and enforcement has only recently been issued. Join our panel of experts from across Europe as we take a detailed look at these new rules and what your organization should be doing now to come into conformity with the requirements.

    Speakers:
    Ruth Boardman, Partner, Bird & Bird, London, UK
    Katherine Vander, Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner's Office, Wilmslow, UK
    Gabriel Voisin, Associate, Bird & Bird, London, UK
    Kimon Zorbas, Vice President, IAB Europe

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    Original broadcast date: June 23, 2011

    The recent Supreme Court decision from AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion held that arbitration clauses in consumer contracts are enforceable as waivers of rights to bring class actions. What does this mean for privacy related consumer class-action claims? What are the pros and cons of arbitrating consumer disputes from both the business and consumer standpoints? Join our panel of legal experts from both sides of the courtroom as we discuss this important, precedent-setting decision and what it means for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper LLP
    Scott Kamber, Managing Partner, KamberLaw LLP
    Luanne Sacks, Partner, DLA Piper LLP

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    Broadcast Date: May 26, 2011

    Significant developments in workplace privacy law and policy over the past year have left employers with a number of new obligations. Litigation in state and federal courts, state legislation and federal agency actions have all led to increased protections for employees, requiring employers to carefully consider and, as necessary, revise their workplace privacy policies and procedures. In addition to their responsibility for U.S.-based employees, the global economy and consolidation of administrative functions often require in-house counsel and HR specialists to provide support for company employees worldwide. Our panel of domestic and international legal experts will parse these latest developments, and share practical advice for you to consider for your organization.

    Speakers:
    Richard Cumbley, Partner, Linklaters LLP
    Jim Lai, CIPP, Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection, Motorola Mobility
    Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP

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    Original broadcast date: April 14, 2011

    The Federal Trade Commission in its preliminary report "Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change" supports "a more uniform and comprehensive consumer choice mechanism" for Internet users to control the tracking of their web browsing patterns. Several major browser companies have responded to this call for a "Do Not Track" control. We've assembled an expert panel to discuss these developments. Hear how these controls will work, what impact this may have on the online advertising industry and what enforcement regimes may or may not come into being moving forward.

    Moderator:
    Jules Polonetsky, Co-chair and Director, Future of Privacy Forum

    Panelists:
    Ed Felten, Chief Technologist, Federal Trade Commission
    Alex Fowler, Global Privacy and Public Policy Leader, Mozilla
    Brendon Lynch, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
    Andy Zeigler, Senior Program Manager, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Corporation
    Fran Maier, President and Executive Chair, TRUSTe
    Colin O'Malley, Vice President, Business Development & Policy, Evidon

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    Original broadcast date: April 28, 2011

    Over the last six months, several privacy lawsuits have been filed against online behavioral tracking companies and some of their clients that could have far reaching consequences for the handling of personal information. Could these cases be the "tipping point" leading to new state or federal regulations or result in a "breakthrough" case that leads to a flood of litigation? Will they impact the way companies handle personal information and do business or how consumers view their online privacy? Hear our panel of experts discuss:

    • a summary of the allegations in some of the key cases
    • the alleged theories of liability in these suits, including the CFAA, ECPA and other privacy laws
    • litigation strategies and risks
    • the current state of law concerning OBA, including highlights of the FTCs Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising (the "Report")
    • OBA compliance and legal risk management

    Speakers:
    David Navetta, Founding Partner, Information Law Group
    Eric C. Bosset, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

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    Original broadcast date: February 24, 2011

    Privacy leaders today face tough choices with regards to consistent and comprehensive privacy law compliance. Laws vary from state to state and country to country, legal interpretations have practical and financial consequences, policies and procedures may need to be created despite insufficient organizational resources and support from critical departments can be lacking. What ethical frameworks and practical decision-making tools exist to help guide your strategies in this landscape? Listen to a thought-provoking and useful discussion with some of the field's most seasoned professionals as they delve into this challenging and important topic.

    Moderator:
    Larry Ponemon, CIPP, Chairman and Founder, The Ponemon Institute

    Panelists:
    David A. Hoffman, CIPP, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation
    Sandra R. Hughes, CIPP, Global Privacy Executive, Procter & Gamble Company
    Kirk J. Nahra, CIPP, Partner, Wiley Rein LLC

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    Original broadcast date: January 20, 2011

    At the close of 2010 and on the heels of the FTC's preliminary privacy report, the U. S. Department of Commerce issued a green paper laying out the need for national privacy policy and proposing options for consideration. The paper includes recommendations to recognize and revitalize the Fair Information Privacy Practices (FIPPs), encourage the development of voluntary, enforceable privacy codes of conduct, encourage global interoperability and ensure nationally consistent security breach notification rules. Hear our panel of leading thinkers analyze and discuss the proposals and their potential impact on national policy development.

    Speakers:
    L. Richard Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Peter Swire, C. William O’Neill Professor in Law and Judicial Administration, Moritz College of Law of the Ohio State University and Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
    Daniel J. Weitzner, Associate Administrator for Policy National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S Department of Commerce

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    Original broadcast date: December 14, 2010

    The FTC has issued a preliminary report asking for comments on new controls and standards for the online protection of individuals' privacy. The report details an expansion in scope and breadth of what may constitute consumer data and asks for feedback on sweeping new standards. Listen to our experts examine this important new development in the evolution of consumer privacy.

    Speakers:
    Robert Belair, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
    Peder Magee, Senior Staff Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Bureau of Consumer Protection, FTC
    Christopher Wolf, Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP

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    Original broadcast date: December 16, 2010

    In December 2010, the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission published a final rule, to go into effect on January 10, 2011, which created new requirements and standards for the collection and handling of genetic information. Going well beyond genetic testing, the rules also govern the processing of family medical history in the context of pre-employment medical examinations, medical certifications for leaves of absence, and employee wellness programs. Hear our expert panel provide insight and advice on the legal, operational and compliance aspects of this important step in implementation of the law.

    Speakers:
    Dorothy Clarke, Chief Privacy Officer, Johnson & Johnson
    Christine Lyon, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Suhna Pierce, Associate, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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  • Outsourcing Residual Risk

    September 24, 2010
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    Original broadcast: September 23, 2010

    Every organization assumes some level of risk—even those with the most rigorous compliance program in place. Traditionally, this risk has been accepted as part of normal business activities but now organizations can outsource the risk though an insurance policy. Once a limited option, privacy and security liability insurance is now available from a number of different providers as a means to minimize or close the risk gap. Learn how privacy liability coverage works, the various risk factors involved, and how to prepare for entering into a policy contract. Find out how to reduce premiums and lower your organization's risk profile by performing a pre-application assessment of your information management practices.

    Speakers:
    Eric Dieterich, CISA, CIPP, Director, Sunera LLC
    Thomas Srail, Senior Vice President, Willis Executive Risks E&O/Information Risk Team

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    Original broadcast date: October 7, 2010

    On June 22, 2010, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party adopted an opinion on behavioral advertising that likely will have far reaching effects, not only on the controls and options provided to online consumers, but on the technical tools e-commerce organizations will be required to put in place. Specifically, what constitutes consent for placing "cookies" and other tracking mechanisms on a user's computer are in focus. Our European panel of experts walks listeners through reactions to the policy, the efforts underway by industry to comply, and the regulatory stance various member states may take in regard to enforcement.

    Speakers:
    Phil Lee, Associate, Osborne Clarke, London, England
    James Mullock, Partner, Osborne Clarke, London, England
    Alain Pannetrat, Senior IT Specialist, French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), Paris, France
    Kimon Zorbas, Vice President, IAB Europe, Brussels, Belgium

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    Original broadcast date: September 9, 2010

    Enforcement actions by the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission have impacts both for the businesses under investigation as well as generally for all businesses holding personal data. FTC consent decrees frequently set new standards and are an integral part of an essential roadmap for organizations handling personal information. Listen as our panel of legal experts explores and analyzes how FTC enforcement and advisory activity creates a set of "regulatory common law" rules to be followed. The panel shares insights and practical tips on handling Civil Investigative Demands, working with FTC staff during an investigation and the ins and outs of consent decrees.

    Speakers:
    Christopher Wolf, Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP
    Timothy P. Tobin, Associate, Hogan Lovells LLP
    Kandi Parsons, Staff Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission

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    Original broadcast date: July 29, 2010

    After many years in development, the "Federal Law for Protection of Personal Information in Possession of Individuals" went into force in Mexico on July 6. The nation's first-ever private sector data protection law regulates the collection, processing and disclosure of personal data in an effort to ensure, "...that privacy and the right to informational self-determination of individuals are guaranteed." The law also expands the authority of an existing federal institution to enforce information access and data protection across the Mexican public and private sectors. Our program cast includes one of the law's regulators along with legal experts from the U.S. and Mexico. Gain a thorough understanding of the requirements, enforcement scope and operational impacts of this long-anticipated new privacy law.

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    Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper LLP
    Diego Martinez Rueda-Chapital, Partner, Cervantes Sainz Abogados, Mexico City, Mexico
    Lina Ornelas, General Director for Classified Information and Personal Data, Federal Institute of Access to Public Information (IFAI, Mexico)
    Harry Valetk, Corporate Privacy Director, MetLife

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    Original broadcast date: July 15, 2010

    With the announcement of a proposed rule expected imminently, organizations must assess how the Privacy and Security sections of the HITECH Act will affect business operations. What are the surprising developments? Has the Government made any changes in the application of these rules? Are there areas where your company can provide comment to affect the final rule? Hear how the new rule will affect the liability of business associates, create new limitations on the sale of PHI, provide stronger individual rights to access EHRs and restrict the disclosure of certain information

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    Deven McGraw, J.D., L.L.M., M.P.H., Director of the Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology, Washington, DC
    Kirk Nahra, CIPP, Partner, Wiley Rein, Washington, DC

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    Original broadcast date: July 21, 2010

    In response to the recent financial industry crisis, the U.S. Congress is creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to help protect consumers from unethical financial practices. What implications exist for the handling of consumer's personal information in this new regulatory environment? Will the FTC cede enforcement action authority to the CFPB? Join those who are close to the action in this Web conference. Our panel of experts will discuss the potential outcomes of this important new federal entity and what consequences might exist for your organization.

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    Robert R. Belair, Founding Partner, Oldaker, Belair & Wittie, LLP
    L. Richard Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, LLP
    Lynn A. Goldstein, Senior Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, JPMorgan Chase & Co

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  • COPPA Moving Forward

    May 19, 2010
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    Original broadcast date: June 10, 2010

    The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule adopted in 1999 was designed to give parents control over what information is collected from their children online and how that information may be used. Much has occurred in the last decade to both underscore the need for such regulation, and to render elements of the rule out of date. This being the case the FTC is currently engaged in a comment period designed to accept input from stakeholders on how best to update the rule. Hear our panel of experts summarize recent Senate hearings and roundtable comments, take a deep look at the existing rule, and articulate what practical consequences might emerge if certain industry, advocacy, and consumer proposals for change are accepted.

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    Mamie Kresses, Staff Attorney, Division of Enforcement, Bureau of Consumer Protection, FTC
    Shai Samet, CIPP, Founder and President, kidSAFE Seal Program' by Samet Privacy
    Denise Tayloe, Founder, President and CEO, Privo

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    Original broadcast date: June 24, 2010

    New Canadian privacy legislation has organizations looking closely at their electronic marketing practices as well as their information management overall. The Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act (FISA) establishes new consent and unsubscribe requirements for marketers, and the Safeguarding Canadians' Personal Information Act amends Canada's federal law, PIPEDA, with new provisions on data breach notification and the definition of "lawful authority." Learn more about what these requirements mean and get practical insights on putting together your compliance program. Based on one of the most popular sessions at the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, this is a must-listen program if your organization serves or markets to Canadian customers.

    Speakers:
    Shaun Brown, Counsel, The Law Office of Kris Klein, Ottawa, ON
    Daniele Chatelois, Manager, Privacy Policy, Electronic Commerce Branch, Information Technologies and Telecommunications Sector, Industry Canada, Ottawa, ON
    Matthew Vernhout, CIPP, Director, Delivery & ISP Relations, Thindata Inc., Toronto, ON

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    Original broadcast date: May 20, 2010

    Congressman Rick Boucher's much anticipated online privacy bill has been released to industry and privacy groups for review. The bill is expected to include potentially game-changing rules that prescribe how online advertisers and Web site operators interact with consumers and their personally identifiable data and could have significant consequences for e-commerce. Listen to our diverse panel of experts to learn about the bill and its potential implications for the future of Internet privacy.

    Speakers:
    Stu Ingis, Partner, Venable LLC
    Ari Schwartz, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)

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    Original broadcast date: May 13th, 2010

    Organizations considering placing sensitive personally identifiable information in the cloud must carefully evaluate the privacy and data security risks associated with such an outsourcing arrangement. This web conference explores the RFP, due diligence, and contract negotiation processes in cloud computing deals through both a legal and operational lens, and how those processes are crucial in identifying, assessing, and addressing your organization’s privacy and data security risks given the current legal landscape.

    Speakers:
    Tanya L. Forsheit, Esq., CIPP, Founding Partner, InformationLawGroup
    David Navetta, CIPP, Founding Partner, InformationLawGroup

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    Original broadcast date: April 8, 2010

    The European Commission has approved a new set of controller-to-processor model clauses for use in data transfers outside the EEA. The new clauses address the sub-processor/onward transfer issue, which can be especially challenging for large-scale international outsourcing. But compliance means more than just implementing new clauses. Many European DPAs also require data controllers to obtain "pre-approval" prior to transfer, a process that can take from 30 days to as many as four months depending on the jurisdiction. Is your compliance program ready to meet these changes? Listen in as we take a detailed look at the practicalities of planning and implementing a compliant program for EU data transfers that is current with the newest requirements.

    Speakers:
    Cameron Craig, Partner, DLA Piper UK, Sheffield, UK
    Hazel Grant, Partner, Bristows, London, UK
    Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper US, temporarily in Paris, France

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    Original broadcast date: March 5, 2010

    The criminal conviction of three Google executives brings into focus potential new risks for organizations and their employees. The ruling suggests that privacy professionals can be held criminally liable for their company's information practices, and raises serious questions about who is responsible for user-generated content in the Web 2.0 world. Will legal compliance become complicated by consent requirements? How should companies proceed in this new realm of uncertainty? Hear our panel of experts as they explore the facts, decisions and fallout of the precedent-setting decision.

    Speakers:
    Rocco Panetta, Partner, Panetta & Associati — Studio Legale
    Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton & Williams
    Miriam Wugmeister, Partner, Morrison & Foerster

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    Original broadcast date: March 4, 2010

    Establishing trust in Web sites, online services and IT products is a critical responsibility of many privacy professionals—one that can be significantly enhanced through third-party seal providers. Regulators and customers alike often look for independent analysis and verification when evaluating an organization's privacy practices. Hear from two leading seal providers and a client organization with valuable experience in both programs to discuss the needs and challenges in verifying privacy practices. Get practical insights on the process and cost of achieving seal certification and determine what value it can bring to your organization.

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    Kirsten Bock, EuroPriSe Manager & ULD International Coordinator, Office of the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Commissioner of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
    Javier Garcia-Romanillos, EuroPriSe Technical Expert, Senior Consultant, Ernst & Young, Madrid, Spain
    Sue Glueck, Senior Attorney, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA
    Fran Maier, President & Chair, TRUSTe, San Francisco, California, USA

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    Original broadcast date: February 11, 2010

    Ongoing data breach incidents have underscored the need to better understand the privacy implications of identity and access management (IAM). How can your organization best balance IAM decisions with privacy and risk? What identity information should you collect? Do authentication technologies vary in their impact on privacy? What is the legal and regulatory impetus for IAM? This program will help you better understand and manage privacy issues that arise through authenticating identities and controlling identity risk, and learn how to incorporate risk-based decision-making into your identity management choices and policies.

    Speakers:
    Thomas J. Oscherwitz, CIPP, Vice President of Government Affairs and CPO, ID Analytics
    Dr. Christopher T. Pierson, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer and Senior Vice President, Citizens Financial Group, Inc.

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    Original broadcast date: January 28, 2010

    Employee use of social networking tools such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr and others continues to rise, challenging employers to figure out how to manage organizational risk while respecting employee privacy. Employee postings—whether on or off duty—that reflect negatively on the employer, coworkers or managers can severely damage business reputation and even generate lawsuits. So where do you draw the legal and ethical lines between employee privacy and legitimate business interests? What policies can you implement to properly balance those interests? How does this change according to jurisdiction? Join us to hear insights on the privacy risks associated with Web 2.0 and learn how to develop and manage policies for responsible employee use of these services.

    Speakers:
    Philip L. Gordon, Esq., Shareholder, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Jane P. Edwards, Counsel, IBM Corporation

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    Original broadcast date: January 14, 2010

    An amendment to the EU Privacy Directive passed into law will require the consent of Internet users before cookies can be placed on their computers. All that remains for the law to go into force is interpretation on the local level by the EU member states. This is likely to have far ranging effects for the online advertising industry and e-commerce in general. Hear our expert panel as they explore the legal, regulatory and financial implications of this important new law, and offer interpretations which you can use to help guide decision making within your organization.

    Speakers:
    Rosa Barcelo, Senior Lawyer, European Data Protection Supervisor's Office
    Eduardo Ustaran, Partner and Head of the Privacy and Information Law Group,
    Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
    Justin B. Weiss, CIPP, International Privacy Officer, Yahoo Inc.

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  • The New GLB Model Privacy Form

    December 18, 2009
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    Original broadcast date: December 17, 2009

    If you are a financial institution subject to the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLB) rules requiring a "clear and conspicuous" notice to consumers about your information collection and sharing practices, then you should be aware of the release by the eight federal GLB agencies of a model financial privacy form. After several years of research, on November 17 the FTC, along with the federal banking agencies, the SEC and the CFTC, released a final model form, which may be used by financial institutions to comply with the GLB rules and provide a best practice way to communicate with their customers. Listen in as we explore the practical considerations involved in implementing the model form, as well as some history and insight into its development.

    Speakers:
    L. Richard Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Loretta Garrison, Senior Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection
    Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission
    Lynn A. Goldstein, CIPP, Senior Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, JP Morgan Chase

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    Original broadcast date: November 19, 2009

    A volatile economic climate means more companies are merging operations and, in some cases, filing for bankruptcy. At the center of it all are sensitive corporate assets that include customer and employee data as well as proprietary information on partnerships and transactions. How do you manage these valuable data assets in this challenging environment? Find out what leading legal experts on the issue have to say. The panel includes a U.S. Trustee who appoints Consumer Privacy Ombudsmen to the courts, and the CSO/CPO of a financial services company that has guided his organization through several mergers and a bankruptcy.

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    Diana G. Adams, United States Trustee for Region 2 (Connecticut, New York and Vermont)
    Marc Loewenthal, CSO/CPO LPL Financial
    Luis Salazar, CIPP, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

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    IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2015
    Preview Web Conference
     
    60-minute recording released February 5
     
    Hear the latest regulatory enforcement trends in privacy and data security from the U.S., Canada and the EU. In the U.S., you’ll hear about the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state enforcement developments and trends under the FTC Act along with similar state laws. Next stop is Canada, with an emphasis on how businesses are dealing with the newly implemented Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation and changes to federal privacy law. Finally, gain insights into European developments through a discussion of the current state of play between EU and U.S. regulators with an update on the different approaches national regulators have taken toward investigations and enforcement this past year and what might emerge moving forward.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •   A better understanding of the key focus areas of various regulatory bodies and what that focus means for privacy professionals in 2015 and beyond.
     
    Panelists:
    Arielle Brown, Westin Fellow, IAPP
    Shaun Brown, Partner, nNovation LLP
    Ieuan Jolly, CIPP/US, Partner, Loeb & Loeb LLP
     
    Eligible CPE credits: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance.
     

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    Increased transparency and accountability or potential privacy violation?
     
    Original Broadcast Date: January 30, 2015

    The use of body worn video cameras by law enforcement officials is on the rise of late, and given recent news events, the trend isn’t likely to abate any time soon. Even as the technology is being increasingly adopted, a heated debate is taking place within police departments, across the country and in the public square—will the footage captured lead to increased trust and accountability between citizens and law enforcement, or will it lead to privacy violations? Questions persist on when the cameras should be turned on; how long the footage should be held and under what circumstances, and what rights the public should have to access and view it.
    Join our virtual panel of public authorities—who’ve been wrestling with these questions—and an academic privacy law expert for their predictions on what likely lies on the horizon for this potentially powerful technology.
     
    Panelists:
    Liz Lyons, CIPP, CIPP/G, Privacy Officer, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department
    Christopher S. Lee, CIPP/US/G, Directorate Privacy Officer, Science & Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
    Neil Richards, Professor of Law, Washington University Law School
     
    CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/G, Laws, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    IAPP Privacy Academy 2014 “Best of” Reprise Web Conference—The Human Element to Data Security
     
    If thieves want to get into your business systems, they will find a way ... regardless of the IT security you have in place. Therefore, to minimize risk an educated workforce is critical to your defense and arming your employees with knowledge about how crooks want to rip off the company and training them on how to protect critical information will help your organization avoid being the next headline splash (in a bad way) on the news.
    Join this online discussion to learn about the most common methods used by data thieves to steal personal information and the proprietary data that drives your business. Attendees will hear about who the weak links are within an organizational structure and how to mitigate the associated risks.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •    Technology makes data security breaches easy to execute from afar, but the human element is a critical component to successful theft.
     
    •    The top methods thieves use to steal information including the use of social engineering.
     
    •    How to educate employees about the "black market" in personal and company-proprietary information, and then enlist them to become the company’s “neighborhood watch”. Transform them from a potential weak link in the system to a critical organizational element in the fight to prevent data breaches and the necessary watchdog to defeat an elusive enemy.
     
    Virtual Panelist
    Emily E. Duke, Esq., owner, CyberSmart Law and Duke Law Office PLLC
     
    CPE credits available: CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts
     
     
     
     

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    IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress Preview Web Conference:
    Why Do Europe's Obsolete Data Protection Laws Have a Future?
     
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    60-minute recording available on Wednesday, October 15
     
    Europe is committed to data protection, but its laws are obsolete. Join us for this virtual preview of a session to take place live at this year’s Data Protection Congress to explore how that happened, what Europe is trying to do about it and how these efforts will affect anyone who processes the personal data of Europeans. To be discussed are two particular aspects of that obsolescence: direct marketing and international data transfers. Europe is finding it difficult to deal with the first because technology has responded to its laws in ways that could not have been anticipated and to the second because its laws were inadequate in the first place. But these issues mask a deeper problem: Europe doesn’t have one data protection law; it has 28, all of which are similar but none of which are the same.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
       •     An understanding of the issues associated with the obsolete directive and the resulting limitations of antiquated technologies and controls.
     
    Virtual Panelist:
    Denis Kelleher, Barrister-at-Law, Central Bank of Ireland
     
    Eligible CPEs: Introduction to EU Data Protection  

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    60 minute recording available on August 28th, 2014
     
    Counseling Your Board on Privacy, Security and Data Protection  
     
    With data breaches, cyber-attacks and governmental enforcement on the rise and front and center in the news, organizations face an increased likelihood of claims, legal proceedings and costs. Without a proper understanding of the privacy and data security issues facing the organization and awareness of the oversight responsibilities of the Board to address data privacy and security, directors and officers risk breaching their fiduciary duties and exposing the organization to liability. Join us to explore the role of the Board and counselors to the Board in issues facing organizations in connection with data breaches and cyber-attacks and examine the practical steps they can take to mitigate these risks. We will address implementing Privacy by Design, conducting a risk audit, instituting an oversight process, acquiring cyber-insurance and providing adequate public disclosures to investors and potential investors, and we’ll review the Securities and Exchange Commission guidance.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •  Awareness of the likelihood of data privacy and security issues and their consequences and impact on the bottom line
    •  Steps to implement cyber security and privacy programs
    •  An understanding of how carefully crafted risk factor and other public disclosures/notices will reduce the risk of regulatory action and litigation
    •  Practical Steps to implement Board oversight of cyber risk plans
     
    Virtual Panelists:
    David Benkert, Director, Disputes & Investigations, Navigant
    Sharon Klein, Partner, Pepper Hamilton LLP  
    Justin Walker, Managing Counsel, Hyundai Motor America
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive “Best of” Reprise Web Conference—Global Compliance and Strategic Privacy Risk Management
     
    60-minute recording available on Friday, June 27
     
    This informative reprise from one of the best-attended sessions of this year’s Data Protection Intensive takes a look at how to organize and set up or improve a global privacy compliance program. Including a strategic overview, specific recommendations for high priority areas to focus on and techniques you can use to calculate privacy ROI, the members of this EU-based panel share extensive expertise and many insights gleaned from senior positions at leading multinational companies.
     
    What you’ll take away:
     
    •    Understanding of how to produce or update policies, including a global privacy policy
    •    Insight on measuring privacy ROI
     
    Virtual Panelists:
    Robbie Downing, Of Counsel, Baker & McKenzie LLP
    Jyn Schultze-Melling, Group Data Protection Officer, Allianz Group
    Steve Wright, Global Privacy Officer, Unilever
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 28, 2014
     
    In response to questions on the IAPP’s Privacy List, AvePoint and the IAPP are teaming up to offer this instructional webinar to assist you in setting up and using the AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment (APIA) system. APIA, which has already been downloaded by more than 1,200 people in 62 countries, can help you automate, track and report out on the process of conducting privacy impact assessments (PIAs). PIAs help organizations understand the effects new technology systems have on privacy and security policies and have been introduced as a requirement of many global privacy laws; however, they can involve a time-consuming and manual process. In this session, representatives from both AvePoint and the IAPP will offer up tips for installing, configuring and using the APIA system.
     
    Panelists:
    Dana L. Simberkoff, CIPP/US, Senior Vice President, Risk Management and Compliance, AvePoint, Inc.
    Perry Dickau, Compliance Solutions Specialist, AvePoint Inc.
    Zachary Silver, Compliance Solutions Engineer, AvePoint Inc.
    Caleb O’Connell, CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, Systems Administrator, IAPP
    Emily Leach, CIPP/US, Knowledge Manager, IAPP
     
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts 

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    IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium Preview Web Conference -
    Doing business in Canada: What You Need To Know About Privacy, Anti-SPAM Legislation and Litigation
     
    60-minute recording  posted on Thursday, April 24, 2014
     
    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.
     
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    Alex Cameron, Partner, Fasken Martineau
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/C, Private Sector Laws and Practices

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    IAPP Global Privacy Summit “Best of” Reprise Web Conference—The Risks in Assessing Risks
     
    60-minute recording 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    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 we’ll cover:
    •         The intangible asset value of the data you collect today, around the world 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    60 minute recording first available on February 13th, 2014

    Hosted by a leading practitioner 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.
     
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    Christopher Millard, Of Counsel, Bristows LLP and Director, Cloud Legal Project, Queen Mary University of London
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications

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      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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance 

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    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.


    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
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle

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  • Free

    Original Broadcast Date: July 11, 2013

    With every new state, federal and international privacy law enacted, the need for solid legal guidance increases for organizations that deal with personal and sensitive information. Whether that advice comes in the form of full-time internal counsel or occasional external assistance, privacy professionals are rapidly becoming the essential go-to people for this knowledge, and privacy jobs are proliferating. If you’re considering entering the field or would like to advance your career, how should you get started? And what paths might you follow? Join our panel of privacy pros—both seasoned and novice—to hear their stories, learn what to prioritize and discover what the first years will likely bring. A high-level view of basic privacy laws will be covered as well.
     
    Panelists:
    Scott R. Boesel, Senior Counsel, Xerox Corporation
    Jacob J. Herstek, CIPP/US, Of Counsel, Nixon Peabody LLP
    Lauren James, Attorney, Wittie, Letsche & Waldo LLP
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations

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  • Free

    Free to IAPP members
     
    Brought to you by Privacy Analytics
     
    Original Broadcast Date: November 20th, 2014

    The revenue generated from monetizing data collected by private-sector organizations has been estimated to be as much as $300 billion per year in the next three to five years in the financial sector alone. With the unabated growth of consumer and health data, privacy officers are in the midst of challenging executive discussions as finance, sales and marketing functions look for new ways to drive revenue, growth and margin into their organizations using their data assets while continuing to protect their customers’ PII. Here, you’ll explore a risk-based framework for not only examining the opportunity of data monetization but also the legal and situational context for its use. The framework outlines the essential conditions by which data monetization can be considered as a valuable revenue stream, all the while ensuring legal and reputational considerations are taken into account for its resale.

    What you’ll take away:

    • The key business drivers of data monetization
    • How organizations are justifying the business case for leveraging their data assets for resale
    • A risk-based framework that identifies the appropriate conditions and context for monetizing data
    • Critical steps that privacy, sales and marketing functions can take to determine whether their data assets should indeed be sold

    Panelists:
    David Hoffman, CIPP/US,  Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation
    Nathalie Holmes, CIPP/US, VP Business Development and Marketing

     Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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  • Free

    Free IAPP Web Conference:
    Brought to you by Privacy Ref

    Original Broadcast Date: July 17, 2014

    In 2011, New England-based retailer Day’s Jewelers uncovered a data breach involving thousands of customer credit and debit cards. A federal investigation revealed hackers overseas had infiltrated the Day’s IT system and put the data of New England customers in jeopardy. While the company worked through the investigation with federal agents, it built a team of PR, IT and legal experts to help in the recovery phase.
    Day’s Jewelers, founded in 1914, is respected across Maine and New Hampshire as a family-owned business with strong ties to its customers, employees and the nonprofit organizations it supports. In 2011, it was facing a PR nightmare. The trust it had worked almost a century to build was jeopardized by a data breach it could not predict. And the breach happened during the company’s busiest holiday months, with the news reaching the public just before Valentine’s Day, one of its most profitable holidays.

    Join us for this informative web conference as we examine this case study in detail and also hear from a small business privacy consultant who will provide guidance and advice on how best to prepare for and respond to similar incidents.
     
    Panelists:
    Jeff Corey, Owner, Day’s Jewelers
    Dianna Fletcher, Founder and President, Fletcher Media
    Bob Siegel, CIPP/US, CIPP/C, CIPM, CIPT Founder and CEO, Privacy Ref LLC
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Core Privacy Concepts

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    Free IAPP Web Conference Recording:
     Brought to You by NYMITY Inc.
     
    Original Broadcast Date: June 18, 2014
     
    Whether your organization is just beginning to contemplate Binding Corporate Rules (BCR), is in the process of preparing and applying, or has had its BCR in place for many years, obtaining and maintaining authorization is a major initiative for the privacy office to manage.
     
    Hear from chief privacy officers of two organizations at opposite ends of the BCR life cycle: Johnson Controls, which has just launched its BCR project, and GE, which has had BCR in place for employee data since 2005. Both organizations deployed Nymity Attestor™, a data privacy program management tool that enables the privacy office to demonstrate accountability and compliance in order to:
     
    •    Establish a centralized repository to facilitate easy collaboration between the privacy office, external counsel and the individuals throughout the business responsible for processing personal data;
    •    Leverage automated mapping of documentation to requirements of national laws, a key input to  BCR compliance, and
    •    Report to stakeholders—including management and data protection authorities—on-demand, with evidence.
     
    Attendees may prepare for the web conference by downloading the free book, A Privacy Office Guide to Demonstrating Accountability. Attendees will receive a BCR Readiness Assessment Template for mapping requirements of BCR to the existing privacy program.
     
    Moderator:
    Lauren Reid, CIPP/US, CIPM, Director, Compliance Solutions, Nymity
     
    Panelists:
    Peter Lefkowitz, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer, GE
    Michael Scuvée, CIPP/E, Chief Privacy Officer, Johnson Controls
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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    Free IAPP Web Conference:
     
    Brought to You by TRUSTe
     
    Original Broadcast Date: May 8, 2014

    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
    Christina Peters, CIPP/US, Corporate Chief Privacy Officer, IBM
     
    Eligible CPEs:  CIPP/US, U.S. Privacy Environment, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Program Governance

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  • Free

    Brought to You by ID Experts,
     
    Coping with the Data Breach Regulatory Avalanche - Insurance compliance counsel explores best practices and tools for preparing for and responding to breach incidents involving PII and PHI.
     
    Original 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
     
    Eligible CPEs: CIPP/US, Laws and Regulations, CIPP/E, Laws and Regulations, CIPM, Privacy Operational Lifecycle, CIPT, Systems and Applications 
     

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* If you’re CIPP/US, CIPM or CIPT-certified, you’ll automatically get 1 continuing privacy education (CPE) credit per hour of web conference program or recording you attend. Have questions? You can find information on how CPE credits are applied in our CPE policy, or e-mail us at cpe@privacyassociation.org.