Date: Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm ET | 11:00am PT
According to a recent survey by the ACC, privacy technology is among the top three priorities of in-house counsel to maintain defensibility. The increasing number and complexity of privacy laws, as well as the continued emergence of good privacy practices and compliant data use, have been the driving force for organizations to shift focus from compliance exercises to automated privacy solutions. To maintain consumer trust and avoid brand damage due to data breaches, your company must implement integrated data governance principles and procedures.
Given the amount of data that businesses collect, process and store, and the speed at which that data is managed, effective and efficient human and technology systems must be implemented, updated, and maintained on a regular basis. Discover how your organization can integrate enforcement of policies like data retention, data minimization, and access requests across its IT ecosystem.
Join this webcast to understand how to maintain up-to-date data retention strategies in your privacy program. You will learn about:
Rebecca Perry | Director of Strategic Partnerships | Exterro
Rebecca Perry is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Exterro, the leader in helping companies manage their information compliantly and defensibly – in compliance with data privacy, cybersecurity and e-discovery requirements.
Rebecca has been with Exterro more than 27 years working with legal, IT, Compliance and Privacy professionals along with their outside counsel in the areas of information governance, data mapping, data minimization, records retention and third-party diligence. Rebecca has been a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the last 10 years. She frequently speaks to legal, privacy and compliance groups and manages strategic relationships with leading law firms.
Travis Brennan | Shareholder, Privacy & Data Security Chair, Litigator | Stradling Law
Travis helps clients turn data privacy compliance into a business asset rather than a regulatory burden. Combining in-depth knowledge of evolving privacy laws with an understanding of the technical aspects of data security, web analytics and digital advertising, he crafts compliance programs that add or preserve business value.
Travis brings a litigator’s perspective to data privacy compliance efforts, allowing him to craft policies and practices that will stand up in court. He also handles an array of complex corporate and commercial disputes and has tried several cases to judgment.
|Amy Olivares | Manager, Corporate Governance and Compliance | Oregon Tool, Inc.
At Oregon Tool, Amy provides strategic compliance leadership and regulatory expertise across Oregon Tool’s global operations. Amy’s role was created six years ago and has quickly expanded to providing guidance across a wide mix of compliance and or regulatory requirements.
In her role, Amy identifies compliance gaps and works with various functional areas (e.g., IT, HR, etc.) to implement appropriate measures, processes, or policies to comply or mitigate against possible risk(s). Some of the key programs Amy has direct oversight include ethics and data privacy. Most recently, Amy completed the review and approval of her organization’s Binding Corporate Rules (BCR).
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