On October 17, 2019, the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team discussed key elements of the California Attorney General’s proposed regulations implementing certain provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act. The webinar recording and slides are now available on our blog.
Please join Hogan Lovells on October 17 for a webinar discussion of the much-anticipated proposed CCPA regulations released by the California Attorney General. The Hogan Lovells team will discuss the proposed requirements and how they would impact privacy notices, individual rights, financial incentive programs, and contracting strategies. We will also discuss steps you can take to develop reasonable and defensible CCPA compliance strategies by January 1, 2020.
On June 20, 2019, Hogan Lovells partners Mark Brennan and Bret Cohen discussed in great detail the impact of the law, explained key definitions, and offered practical guidance on how to navigate it during the webinar, “Operationalizing the California Consumer Privacy Act.” More than 600 live attendees participated and were able to hear Mark and Bret cover how to determine whether businesses are covered, how to account for opt-outs from sales to third parties, the content and timing of CCPA notices, how to apply the CCPA’s exceptions, and more.
Please join the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity and Litigation teams on July 16th for our webinar, Cyberthreats in the Internet of Things. We will explore some techniques that can be used to exploit potential vulnerabilities in connected devices and how those types of events impact organizations from a regulatory and litigation perspective.
Please join the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team and LexisNexis on June 19 for the webinar, Operationalizing the California Consumer Privacy Act – Key Decisions and Compliance Strategies.
Hogan Lovells partner Bret Cohen recently participated in the webinar “HR Data Privacy – Protecting Privacy in Global Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives,” hosted by BrightTALK. In this webinar, Bret and Jackie Wilkosz of Aleada Consulting discussed issues that arise at the intersection of global privacy laws and diversity and inclusion initiatives. The slide deck and a recording of the webinar are made available in this blog post.
Hogan Lovells hosted the most recent installment in its Internet of Things Webinar (IoT) Series. Christine Gateau in Paris and Michelle Kisloff in Washington DC, discussed current regulatory actions and cutting-edge IoT litigation debates in the U.S. and Europe, as well as litigation risks to keep in mind when designing IoT products. In this post, we provide a link to the recorded webinar and slide deck.
On July 24, members of the Hogan Lovells global privacy team presented a webinar on the new California Consumer Privacy Act, a ground-breaking new data privacy law that some are calling the United States’ answer to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. In this post, we provide links to the recorded webinar and slide deck.
On June 28, 2018, California’s governor signed Assembly Bill 375, a ground-breaking new data privacy law that some are calling the United States’ answer to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. Particularly in light of California’s status as the world’s 5th largest economy, many are wondering how the new California Consumer Privacy Act will affect them. Please join members of the Hogan Lovells global privacy team for a live webinar on July 24 to learn what you should be focusing on now.
With the GDPR about to come into effect, join our experts for a live webinar on May 23 to learn what you should be focusing on now. The GDPR becomes applicable on 25 May and will affect organisations worldwide. It is a complex and strict law with dozens of obligations which will be fiercely enforced. Getting it right will be essential for business success in the digital economy.
Join us tomorrow, October 25 for the next installment of our 2017 Internet of Things webinar series and get practical guidance on privacy compliance challenges presented by the Internet of Things.
“Connected” products—not just traditional IT products—are increasingly subject to cyber attacks globally. The question companies are (and should be) asking is no longer whether there will be an attack involving Internet of Things devices and infrastructure, but when. Join us on May 24 for the third installment of our 2017 IoT webinar series and get practical guidance from our international team of cybersecurity lawyers, who will present key elements of Hogan Lovells’ well-received client workshop on this rapidly evolving topic.
The much anticipated Privacy Shield framework for the transfer of data between the EU and U.S. received final approval from the European Commission on 12 July 2016. With this important data transfer mechanism available to companies at the beginning of August, the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team will answer your questions in a webinar next Wednesday, 27 July. CLE credit will be available.
Thank you to everyone who participated in today’s webinar “Safe Harbor Invalidated – What Next?”, in which we analyzed the implications of yesterday’s decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidating the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor Framework. A copy of the slide deck and a link to a recording of the webinar are attached to this post.
On February 6, 2014, members of Hogan Lovells’ Telephone Consumer Privacy Act Practice will host a webinar on recent TCPA developments and key compliance challenges for 2014. Among the topics that will be covered are how the Federal Communications Commission will apply the new “prior express written consent” requirements; what constitutes an “automatic telephone dialing system”; and whether and how the TCPA applies to mobile offerings and other new technologies and services.
On February 28, Hogan Lovells will present a timely and complimentary program: “Hacked? What’s Next? Handling Cybersecurity Breaches in 2013.” Cybersecurity experts have said it is not a matter of “if” but “when” a company will have to address a security breach. With regulations tightening in Europe and in the United States, the responsibility for handling and preventing these […]
On November 28, Bloomberg BNA is hosting a ninety-minute program on “Cybersecurity: The Corporate Counsel’s Agenda.” The webinar will review the latest cybersecurity developments, existing laws and enforcement initiatives, the post-election cybersecurity legislation landscape, and tips for what in-house counsel should be doing to manage cyber risk. Hogan Lovells partner Harriet Pearson will participate on […]
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 October 31st, Hogan Lovells will present a complimentary webinar exploring the impact of the SEC cybersecurity risk Disclosure Guidance, featuring senior lawyers in the Hogan Lovells Capital Markets and Privacy and Information Management practices, as well as a managing director of Stroz Friedberg LLC, a technology firm assisting clients with digital risks. This blog entry invites readers to register for the webinar.
Two webinars, one afternoon. On Thursday, February 24, Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management Practice Director Chris Wolf will participate in a BNA webinar (along with Senior Governmental Affairs Advisor Nancy Granese of Hogan Lovells and Jules Polonetsky of the Future of Privacy Forum) on privacy developments in Washington, and an Experian webinar on data security breach notification laws (along with Reed Freeman of Morrison & Foerster and Tony Hadley of Experian). Both pay-to-view programs are open for sign-up now.
You are invited on Tuesday, 14 December to the first webinar with a comprehensive analysis of the FTC Privacy Report, presented by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and featuring Hogan Lovells’ Chris Wolf, Director of the Privacy and Information Management Practice, Bob Belair of Arnall Golden Gregory, and the FTC’s incoming Chief Technologist Ed Felten and Peder Magee, Senior Staff Attorney in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Bureau of Consumer Protection at the FTC, who was intimately involved with the Report.
With the new “school year” comes a plethora of privacy events featuring Hogan Lovells attorneys. You are invited to attend three webinars and an in-person conference in Washington, DC.
Readers of the Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection may be interested in an upcoming webinar entitled “Legal Landmines in Europe for Internet-Based Businesses”
featuring Hogan Lovells attorneys from Europe and the United States, as well as Google’s European Privacy Counsel, Peter Fleischer. This event is being produced by Pike & Fischer, a Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) Company. Included in this blog entry is the Pike & Fischer/BNA announcement with link to registration information.
The combination in Hogan Lovells of the privacy and information management practices of the former Hogan & Hartson and Lovells firms provides clients of the new firm with global reach and coordination as well as regional, national and local expertise. An illustration of the combined depth and breadth of the practice is our webinar on 20 May 2010 to which readers of the Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection are cordially invited. Read this entry to link to registration for the webinar.