Understanding the Ins and Outs of the CCPA
Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET |11 a.m. PT
Credits: *This program is approved for 1.0 CLE Credit in NY, NJ, CA, IL & MN for ALL LIVE ATTENDEES who view this event for 50+ minutes.
Starting January 2020, California’s new data privacy law takes into effect. The CCPA will provide consumers with important controls over their personal information and data protection. Is your company ready to comply?
Join this webcast to hear data privacy experts and practitioners discuss the essential components of a CCPA compliance strategy; including setting priorities, allocating resources, creating policies, enacting processes, and anticipating cultural changes. We’ll explore the what, the who, the how, and the when, with specific focus on:
- CCPA Subject Access Request (‘SAR’) fulfillment strategies
- Anticipated enforcement, especially private plaintiff class actions
- Whether companies need to re-visit data breach reporting protocols after CCPA
- Latest updates to the law, including amendments and new ballot measure
- Ways in which CCPA requirements are unique, as well as how the regulation is similar to GDPR
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|Joseph Lynyak | Partner | Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Joe is licensed to practice law in California and Washington, D.C. In addition to his close monitoring of California Consumer Privacy Act developments and counseling clients on the law, Joe is a long-time adviser to the financial services industry. He has a depth of experience that allows him to “connect the dots” for clients in the complex (and sometimes conflicting) regulatory and statutory schemes confronting financial intermediaries. He practices in both the Firm’s Washington, D.C. and Southern California offices. Joe possesses a broad knowledge base regarding foreign banks and domestic banks, savings associations, bank holding companies, finance companies, mortgage banking companies and their subsidiaries and affiliates. His practice includes providing financial intermediaries advice in the areas of regulatory and strategic planning, application and licensing, legislative strategy, commercial and consumer lending, examination, supervision and enforcement, and general corporate matters. He regularly counsels clients on matters such as retail operations, privacy, identity theft, consumer compliance, application and underwriting, payments systems, Internet, electronic commerce, examination, supervision and enforcement, operational and strategic planning matters.
|Robert Cattanach | Partner, Regulatory Affairs Group | Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Bob Cattanach is a Partner in Dorsey’s Regulatory Affairs Group. His technical background and business savvy enable him to understand the challenges of today’s cyber world and evolving privacy regulations. Bob works collaboratively with clients to determine their regulatory obligations, evaluate risk tolerances, and find optimal solutions in the ever-evolving world of data collection, use, sharing and ultimately safe destruction. Recognized by his peers as a thought leader in the areas of data security and privacy litigation, Bob serves as a member of the Sedona Conference Steering Committee for Working Group 11. Under his leadership, the Sedona Conference has published for public comment an Incident Response Guide, and he has led Sedona presentations to Working Group 11, as well as Sedona’s International Programme, on subjects including incident response, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California’s new Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). He represents clients in breach responses, development of privacy policies and procedures, and counsels corporate Boards of Directors and Audit Committees on matters of cybersecurity, privacy and information governance. Bob’s unique skill set comes from decades of experience as a trial lawyer, and he maintains an active trial docket in courts around the country. Even the best compliance practices can occasionally fall victim to skilled hackers. When (unfortunately not if) this occurs, Bob’s trial-honed ability to craft a compelling narrative that explains the client’s compliance efforts and commitment can mean the difference between constructive regulatory dialogue versus potentially crippling sanctions. Bob is also a much-sought-after commentator and contributor to professional and journalistic coverage of cybersecurity issues, ranging from the New York Times and USA Today and numerous electronic media to various professional publications and blogs.
|T. Sean Kelly | Senior Director, Technology | FTI Consulting
T. Sean Kelly is Senior Director, Technology in FTI Consulting’s Information Governance, Privacy & Security services practice. With over a decade of experience in technology and business strategy, Sean specializes in solving corporate data challenges and implementing end-to-end program solutions that reduce risk and increase efficiency. Mr. Kelly’s areas of expertise include: data privacy and protection, information governance, data analytics and intelligence, cloud strategy, and compliance monitoring. His expertise is often called upon to define governance strategy and solutions for evolving technologies including cloud-based repositories, dynamic social media platforms, and the shifting landscape associated with cross-border transactions.
Mr. Kelly holds a B.A., cum laude, University of South Carolina, a Master of Science in Management – Information Systems, and a Master of Business Administration, Gwynedd Mercy University. Sean is active in several industry organizations and holds relevant certifications, including: IAPP (CIPP/US), ACEDS (CEDS), ASTC and EDI. He frequently authors and speaks on data governance and privacy and provides testimony services to his clients.
*Continuing Education Credits:
CLE credit is approved for this event.
- 1.0 CLE Credit will be earned by ALL LIVE ATTENDEES who viewed this event for 50+ minutes.
- You must attend live.
- You must view the event for 50+ minutes.
- You cannot watch the program in a group if you wish to earn CLE credits.
- If you do choose to watch the event in a group, ensure that you are also logged in on your own personal device, under your log-in credentials, as we will need proof of your attendance. (Though it is highly recommended that you view the event from your own personal device).
- We have applied for CLE credit in the jurisdictions of NY, NJ, CA, IL & MN.
- If you are in NY or NJ, you will need to retain the CLE code which will be announced during the live webcast.
- If you are not in one of the listed jurisdictions, you may reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org after the live event for a certificate of attendance that you can submit to your CLE board.
- CLE certificates will not be available until 5 business days after the live event (September 19th) at which time you will receive an email letting you know that your CLE certificate is available to be downloaded.