Join members from our award-winning Privacy and Cybersecurity practice at this week’s IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019 conference in Las Vegas. We hope to see you at one of our sessions listed below.
Please join us for our September 2016 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
Please join us for July 2016 events and speaking engagements led by members of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team, detailed in this post.
Hogan Lovells hosted the second annual Health Privacy Law Forum for health privacy professionals yesterday. Participants spoke with Deven McGraw, Deputy Director of Health Information Privacy at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights , and former Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill, now a partner at Hogan Lovells and co-chair of its Privacy and Cybersecurity practice.
Please join us for our April 2016 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events, including discussions on the Internet of Things, big data in healthcare, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, international data flows, and more.
The International Association of Privacy Professionals announced this week the launch of its Privacy Bar Section, which aims to serve the lawyers that compose more than forty percent of IAPP’s membership. In conjunction, the IAPP has also applied to the American Bar Association to have its privacy certification officially recognized as a legal specialty.
We are very proud to report that today, the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) awarded our very own Chris Wolf with its Privacy Vanguard Award, provided to an individual who has shown exceptional leadership, knowledge and creativity in the field of privacy and data protection.
An issue that has started to appear on the privacy agenda is privacy and the “connected car.” Automakers here in the United States have taken the lead on privacy, and have answers to many of the inevitable privacy questions. Late last year the major automakers voluntarily agreed to a set of privacy and data security principles that will regulate how automakers collect, use, and share information. No other industry in the “Internet of Things” ecosystem of which connected cars are a part has done as much or has gone as far as automakers. The automakers understand that without the trust of consumers, new technologies will not be as readily embraced. The Privacy Principles provide a strong basis for such trust.
Hogan Lovells’ leading Privacy and Information Management practice will actively participate at this week’s IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2015. Enclosed is a listing of events in which our lawyers will be featured.
This Wednesday December 3rd, Hogan Lovells partner Christopher Wolf will be moderating a panel hosted by the Future of Privacy Forum and the International Association of Privacy Professionals entitled: “Device encryption: Too Much Privacy for Consumers?” The panel is free and open to the public.
Hogan Lovells’ leading Privacy and Information Management practice is due to have its largest presence ever at the forthcoming IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress taking place in Brussels from 18 to 20 November. More than 20 lawyers from 7 offices will be attending and actively participating at the conference. Please come and visit us at Booth 3.
The Hogan Lovells Privacy Team looks forward to seeing many of you this week at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C. We are delighted to once again participate in the Summit as a gold level sponsor and hope you will visit us at Booth 7 in the Exhibition Hall to learn more about our Global Privacy and Information Management Practice. Hogan Lovells attorneys will also be featured at a number of breakout sessions.
On November 19, 2013 the Federal Trade Commission will hold its first ever workshop on the Internet of Things. The Workshop does not aim to debate regulation or codes of conduct, but is rather a fact finding mission aimed at uncovering the privacy and security concerns inherent in the Internet of Things, where a range of devices collect and communicate personal information perpetually.
Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management Director Chris Wolf will moderate a free IAPP teleconference this Thursday, June 20, at 4 PM EDT on “The Implications of the NSA Leaks for Privacy Professionals.”
Privacy and trade will be considered as linked issues during the looming EU-U.S. trade negotiations, reports Hogan Lovells privacy leader Chris Wolf in one of the inaugural blog posts on the first-ever blog of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Privacy Perspectives, which just launched. An investigation has begun at the United States International Trade […]
Prominent European government officials provided up-to-the-minute perspectives on the proposed European data privacy regulation at this week’s IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress in Brussels. The officials’ comments — summarized below –indicate how the proposal might evolve for the next steps in the policy process, which include the issuance of the European Parliament’s formal report on […]
IAPP Europe is currently holding its Data Protection Intensive 2012 in London. This entry from London partner Quentin Archer contains a report from today’s keynote sessions on the Irish regulatory landscape and the economics of privacy
IAPP Europe is currently holding its Data Protection Intensive 2012 in London. This entry from London partner Quentin Archer contains a report from today’s session on current regulatory issues in the Nordic countries.
IAPP Europe is currently holding its Data Protection Intensive 2012 in London. This entry from London partner Quentin Archer contains an instant report from today’s opening session, and summarizes the comments of UK’s Information Commissioner and Yahoo’s Vice-President for EMEA Advertising Marketplaces. The comments of the Information Commissioner are especially insightful regarding enforcement, cookies, and the pending European Regulation.
Hogan Lovells is proud to have six lawyers from its Privacy and Information Management group presenting at various sessions of this year’s IAPP Global Privacy Summit. For those attending the Summit, please consider attending the sessions this week to hear from members of the Hogan Lovells team about various cutting edge topics, as well as about how you can get involved in the IAPP’s public service initiative.
The IAPP is presenting a webinar this Thursday, March 1 from 1 to 2:30 PM EST on the just-announced White House privacy framework. Speakers include one of the architects of the framework, Daniel Weitzner, Associate Administrator for Policy at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the Department of Commerce. Hogan Lovells’ Chris Wolf will moderate.
On the second day of the IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress held in Paris, France, the keynote speech was given by Peter Hustinx, the European Data Protection Supervisor
Chris Wolf, Barbara Bennett, Stefan Schuppert, Winston Maxwell and Lionel De Souza are participating in the IAPP Privacy Congress in Paris. This entry contains a live blog from the opening session which featured the Chair of the Article 29 Working Party and EU Vice President Viviane Reding.