Webcast

Risky Business: Why Compliance, Cyber and Data Protection Are Top Issues for Legal Pros

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A vast majority – 67 percent – of chief legal officers are anticipating the volume of privacy-related regulatory enforcement to increase in 2023, according to results from ACC’s 2023 CLO survey. This means legal professionals can expect additional pressure to manage the many risks their organization now faces, including compliance, cybersecurity and data protection issues.

As federal and state governments also look to increase data privacy and security regulations, legal pros and GCs need new ways to ensure compliance with these rules, while keeping an eye on possible litigation related to data breaches and other cyber concerns.

Join this webcast to learn from a panel of legal experts on how best to ensure compliance and mitigate risk to your organization. Further, you’ll learn how to establish defensible compliance to protect your organization in the event of a privacy breach, regulatory action or litigation. You will gain:

  • Insights from the 2023 ACC CLO survey, exploring how CLOs/GCs are shifting their focus to effectively manage data-related challenges.
  • Best practices for managing your company’s compliance, risks and data defensibly.
  • Critical updates on how data-governing laws are evolving and what that means for your organization.

 

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Speakers: 

Robert Jett | Global Data Privacy Officer | Bunge

Strategic legal, compliance and technology practitioner with over 25+ years of experience designing and implementing privacy, data protection, and compliance strategies to address regulatory, operational and business risks while incorporating privacy requirements and data protection safeguards. Design, implement and manage privacy programs for a multinational organizations which includes identification, management and remediation of privacy and information security risks globally. Work collaboratively with Compliance, General Counsel, Enterprise Risk Management, Internal Audit and Information Technology to better align risks and controls like “privacy by design” and “security by design” across organizations

 

Billee McAuliffe | Global Law Expert | Lewis Rice LLC

Billee Elliott McAuliffe practices in the Firm’s Corporate Department, with a particular focus on information technology (IT).

As IT is now the conduit upon which all businesses operate, this area of law touches on nearly all aspects of a client’s business. Along with information technology law, Billee has extensive experience throughout corporate law, including technology licensing, cybersecurity and data privacy, mergers and acquisitions, and general business and corporate law. As such, regardless of what type of business utilizes a particular technology, Billee has the background and perspective to understand the needs of that business or business unit and has the experience to interpret the various areas of law implicated by such needs. Utilizing such understanding and experience, Billee addresses the needs of each client and each engagement with a well-rounded, practical, client-centered approach.

 

Melissa Powers | Associate | Lewis Rice LLC

Melissa G. Powers is an associate practicing general business and transactional law in the Corporate Department of Lewis Rice. In her cybersecurity & data privacy practice, Melissa has experience helping companies mitigate the risk involved with collecting and sharing personal data, which has become routine for many companies around the world. She advises on compliance and best practices for data management and incident preparedness and provides critical legal counsel in the immediate aftermath of cyber incidents. Melissa also designs and implements privacy and security programs including audit and risk assessments, global policies, national and international data transfer agreements, and innovative structures, processes, and arguments to enable organizations to comply with an increasingly complex global regulatory environment.

Melissa also works closely with clients on corporate mergers and acquisitions, where she negotiates and prepares drafts of deal documents, including purchase and sale agreements, disclosure schedules, and closing and ancillary documents. Additionally, she frequently conducts due diligence reviews and coordinates data room administration.

 

Rebecca Perry | Director of Strategic Partnerships | Exterro

 

 

 

 

 

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