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Privacy and Cybersecurity May 2019 Events

Please join us for our May events

May 1
IAPP Global Summit
Bret Cohen will speak on the Privacy Bar Section Forum panels, “Working Across Borders: Partnering and Vetting,” and “Case Study: How Working Across Borders Worked for Me,” during the 2019 IAPP Global Summit.
Location: Washington, D.C.


May 3
IAPP Global Summit
Eduardo Ustaran will discuss the Binding Corporate Rules (BCR) journey from the key strategic decision for success to the practical aspects of obtaining regulatory approval under the GDPR framework during the panel, “Binding Corporate Rules – Gold Standard Within Reach,” at the 2019 IAPP Global Summit.
Location: Washington, D.C.


May 3
IAPP Global Summit
James Denvil will examine the privacy risk management approach organizations can use when adopting AI-enabled enterprise systems on the panel, “Artificial Intelligence in Enterprise Systems: Tech Advances and Privacy Risks,” during the 2019 IAPP Global Summit.
Location: Washington, D.C.


May 7
Regulatory Compliance
Tim Tobin will discuss best practices for data security, identifying emerging threats and how to structure a flexible and responsive data security regime on the panel, “Fintech/Regtech Track: Data Security and Privacy Update,” at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Legal Issues & Regulatory Compliance Conference.
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana


May 14
TCPA Issues
Mark Brennan will lead a discussion on TCPA issues at the Student Loan Servicing Alliance’s Annual Meeting.
Location: San Antonio, Texas


May 15
Hacking 101
Bret Cohen, Lillian Hardy, Paul Otto, and Nathan Salminen will discuss types of hacks and how to mitigate risk in the webinar, “Hacking 101: How it works and how to mitigate risk.” To register, please click here.
Location: Webinar


May 16
Telephone Consumer Protection Act
Mark Brennan will discuss the TCPA, call blocking and labeling, and robocall legislation on the panel, “Examining the Landscape for TCPA, Illegal Robocalls, and Call Blocking and Labeling,” at ACA International’s Washington Insights Fly-In.
Location: Washington, D.C.


May 25
Cybersecurity and Privacy: Can They Coexist?
Harriet Pearson will lead a discussion on security operations that may have privacy implications, such as insider threat programs, information sharing, and systems monitoring during the session “Cybersecurity and Privacy: Can They Coexist?” at the 2019 Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute. To find out more information or register, please click here.
Location: Washington, D.C.