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November 13, 2019, 8 AM to 10 AM
It’s a new era in data privacy. Effective Jan 1, 2020, CCPA (California Consumers Privacy Act) gives broad rights to people on their personal data held by companies. These stringent new requirements challenge traditional compliance and privacy management practices which are driven by periodic manual surveys and assessments. In this new era, one of the foundational tenets of a PrivacyOps framework is the need for a real-time understanding of personal data and consents across your systems and automation on top of it to comply with various requirements of the privacy regulation.
Co-hosted by McDermott Will & Emery and SECURITI.ai, this interactive workshop will feature insights on requirements and compliance best practices relevant for executives across legal, data privacy, compliance, information technology, information security and marketing. It will help you understand the unique regulatory requirements necessary to comply with CCPA, and how PrivacyOps, a combination of philosophies, internal practices, cross-functional collaboration, real-time personal data intelligence and automation can increase your organization’s ability to comply with CCPA reliably and with greater speed.
· Michael Morgan, Co-Chair of Global Privacy & Cybersecurity, McDermott Will Emery
· Phimm Phonpaseuth, Sr. Systems Engineer, SECURITI.ai
* Speakers subject to change
· By attending the CCPA and PrivacyOps Workshop, you will get 1 credit for CPE and 1.5 credits for CLE., SECURITI.ai
· Further information about claiming the credits will be provided onsite.
8:00 – 8:30 am : Check-In / Networking Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00 am : Workshop and program
Key aspects of new CCPA regulations
Impact of CCPA on organizations and challenges in compliance
Automating discovery of personal information
Automating DSR fulfillment
Vendor Privacy Assessments
Consent Lifecycle Management
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
8 AM to 10 AM
For security purposes, all registrants are required to provide valid contact information (first/last name, company, job title, valid corporate email and phone number) in order to attend the workshop. Registrations missing any of this information will get automatically cancelled.
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