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From enactment of the California Privacy Rights Act last year, to the recent passage of Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act, to the Illinois BIPA (Biometrics Information Privacy Act), understanding your data protection obligations can seem like pursuing a moving target.
Join this webcast as legal experts discuss the differences and similarities among these laws, how to build trust with your consumers while adapting to meet data privacy obligations, and what all of this means for your important business assets: your agreements.
Participants will learn about the differences and similarities in the patchwork of new legislation and trends, who the laws apply to, the meaning of “personal” or “sensitive” data, and the implications of violations or data breaches. Also learn how to:
|Debbie Reynolds | CEO | Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC
Debbie Reynolds is the Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer of Debbie Reynolds Consulting LLC. Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader, and advisor to Multinational Corporations for handling global Data Privacy, Cyber Data Breach response, and complex cross-functional data-driven projects. Ms. Reynolds is an internationally published author, highly sought speaker, and top media presence about global Data Privacy, Data Protection, and Emerging Technology issues. Ms. Reynolds has been named to the Global Top 20 CyberRisk Communicators by The European Risk Policy Institute, 2020, and recognized as one of the stellar women who know Cyber by Cybersecurity Ventures in 2021.
|Hal Marcus, Esq. | Director of Product Marketing | DocuSign
As Director of Product Marketing at DocuSign, Hal Marcus focuses on products that transform the way agreements are managed and analyzed. After receiving his JD at the University of Michigan Law School, Hal practiced IP and antitrust litigation before starting a career in legal and security tech with roles at LexisNexis, Thomson Reuters and OpenText (makers of EnCase). Hal joined DocuSign in 2018 and has been instrumental in DocuSign’s acquisition of Seal Software and the launches of DocuSign Analyzer and DocuSign Monitor.
|Cynthia Rosser, Esq., | Director, Legal – Product, Intellectual Property & Regulatory Affairs | DocuSign
Cindy Rosser is a Legal Director in DocuSign’s Product, IP & Regulatory Affairs group and serves as global privacy counsel. She has previously served in legal roles at companies including NetApp and Symantec. Cindy received her law degree from George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School and her B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech.
|Stuart Brock, Esq. | Sr. Agreement Cloud Strategy Practice Director | DocuSign
Stuart Brock is a Senior Director on DocuSign’s Agreement Cloud Strategy Team, where he serves as DocuSign’s subject matter expert for procurement and data privacy. Stuart joined DocuSign in May 2020 as part of the Seal Software acquisition. At Seal, Stuart was a Director on the Practice Lead Team focusing on financial services, procurement and data privacy solutions. Before joining Seal, Stuart practiced at a top national law firm for ten years before moving in-house at Bank of America. During his tenure with Bank of America, Stuart held various roles within the Legal, Compliance & Procurement organizations. His responsibilities included the governance & management of third-party contracts, including the maintenance and technology, to support the Bank’s arsenal of contract templates for more than 60 countries. Stuart earned his BS with Honors from Wake Forest University and his JD with Honors from North Carolina Central University School of Law.