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Privacy and Cybersecurity March 2019 Events

Please join us for our March 2019 events.

March 6
Telephone Consumer Protection Act
Mark Brennan will discuss TCPA issues on the panel, “Financial Services and Litigation Trends,” at the American Financial Services Association (AFSA) Law and Compliance Symposium 2019.
Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida

 

March 12-13
California Consumer Privacy Act
The groundbreaking California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020, and many key questions are still unresolved. Join the Privacy and Cybersecurity team as they host two events on the CCPA, one on March 12 in Los Angeles and another on March 13 in San Francisco. In San Francisco, they will be joined by special guest speaker, Stacey Schesser, Supervising Deputy Attorney General at California Department of Justice. To register, click here.
Location: Los Angeles and San Francisco

 

March 13
Keeping Up with Transparency Under GDPR
Nicola Fulford will discuss the latest regulatory decisions on transparency and evolving industry approaches to the GDPR on the panel, “Clear as Mud: Keeping Up with Transparency Under GDPR,” at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2019.
Location: London

 

March 14
Brexit is Coming – Are You Ready?
Eduardo Ustaran will lead a discussion on the possible outcomes after Brexit and their impact for data protection and privacy professionals during the session, “Brexit is Coming – Are You Ready?” at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2019
Location: London

 

March 14
Artificial Intelligence: Industry Perspectives and Impacts Forum
Mark Brennan will present at the Artificial Intelligence: Industry Perspectives and Impacts Forum in Baltimore, MD.
Location: Baltimore, Maryland

 

March 22
CCPA and SB 327
Tim Tobin will speak on the panel, “California Privacy Law: CCPA and SB 327 (connected devices),” at the 2019 Annual Berkeley Center for Law & Technology Privacy Law Forum.
Location: Silicon Valley