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Post-GDPR Ripple Effects: Enforcing Stricter Security Standards Around the World

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: September 26, 2019
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  • What is GDPR?
  • Where Are We With GDPR?
  • Strategies for Managing Lega, Compliance and Business Risks
  • Pratical Takeakways
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: September 26, 2019


The General Data Protection Regulation has been a concept in the EU since May 2016, and it has finally taken effect as of May 2018. With its recent implementation, organizations around the globe are making the GDPR a top priority. In the months following, countries around the globe have started to develop their own regulations to protect consumer and company data. Russia, South Africa, UAE, China, and many of the APAC countries, are just some of the regions that have cybersecurity and data protection laws in place.

In this session, GCs from international organizations will discuss the impact of these global security standards on their businesses, and discuss strategies for compliance across the board.

This program was recorded as part of ALM & Corporate Counsel's Annual General Counsel Conference on September 26th, 2019.

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General Counsel Conference
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Marina Adams

Assistant Vice President & Compliance Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

MARINA ADAMS is an Assistant Vice President and Compliance Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Ms. Adams’ responsibilities include the development and implementation of the Bank’s Anti-Money Laundering and OFAC sanctions programs, Data Privacy program, and the Bank-wide Compliance Risk Assessment.

Prior to working to establish the Compliance Function, Ms. Adams worked as an Attorney and Counsel in the Financial Services and Automation Division of the Legal Group, and served as a Deputy Ethics Officer. During that time she was also the Vice-Chair of the Payments Subcommittee of the Uniform Commercial Code Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association and frequent contributor to the ABA’s The Business Lawyer. Ms. Adams joined the Bank in January 1996 as an attorney and was named an officer in 2000.

Ms. Adams holds a B.A. degree in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania and J.D and M.B.A. degrees from Boston University.

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Courtney Stout

Chief Privacy Officer
S&P Global

Courtney Stout is the Chief Privacy Officer for S&P Global, and is well-known for her work in the areas of privacy and cybersecurity. She is a problem solver who gives practical advice on scoping and managing risk arising from global data protection regulations. At S&P Global, Courtney works with global data protection regulations and has expertise in laws throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. She is a strong leader who draws on the power of positive energy to balance privacy and cyber risk with business needs and growth opportunities.

Before joining S&P Global, Courtney acted as Counsel and Co-lead of the Blockchain team for Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in Washington, D.C. There, Courtney’s practice focused on the intersection between privacy, technology and financial services. She counseled clients regarding best practices to reduce the risk associated with technology transactions in both traditional commercial contracts and a variety of strategic m-commerce and e-commerce agreements.

Courtney was an attorney at Bryan Cave LLP in Washington, DC and Hunton & Williams in Atlanta where she concentrated her practice in the areas of payment, privacy, outsourcing, technology and commercial practice.

Courtney received the IAPP certifications for Certified Information Privacy Professional / Europe (CIPP/E) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM).

Courtney holds a Juris Doctorate from the Vanderbilt University School of Law, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia.

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Anja Khurana

Head of Data Privacy
BNY Mellon

Anju Khurana is the Head of Privacy Americas at BNY Mellon. Anju has extensive experience in designing and establishing global privacy management programs.

Within this field, previous roles have seen Anju lead in developing and updating privacy policies and procedures; developing processes for the completion of personal information inventories; privacy impact assessments; incident management and breach response; monitoring, tracking and driving regulatory change, and ensuring ongoing training, monitoring, auditing, reporting and evaluation of the privacy management program.

In her current role, Anju is focused on privacy strategy and policy development, governance, centralised operational support, regulatory change and business transformation.

She also deals with risk and compliance activities to ensure compliance with all applicable privacy and data protection laws while enabling business and technology innovation and valuable insights for clients and customers.

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