July 15th, 2020
9:00 AM PST
Managing compliance to global and regional privacy regulations can be challenging. Your organization must have rigorous data privacy policies and practices, including GDPR & CCPA compliance, in place to avoid potential litigation and regulatory investigations.
Join top privacy practitioners Alan Friel, Taylor Bloom, and Heidi Maher as they share their real-life experiences in helping enterprises apply emerging tech products to operationalize data privacy compliance.
Using their direct experiences, the speakers will highlight areas of critical importance which may not be immediately recognized as a priority, using the OneTrust technology platform as an example.
Key learning objectives:
- How to deal with a constantly changing landscape of data, complexities, mergers/divestitures, etc.
- The prime-use cases that tech products effectively address
- In what ways technology will continue to drive efficiencies in proactive business processes
- Is a privacy program management software platform the answer
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) - where and how does it fit into the mix
CLE credit is approved in California and New York, available via reciprocity in New Jersey. Credit is pending in Georgia, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia, other states may be available upon request.
Partner, BakerHostetler LLP
Alan leads the firm’s U.S. Consumer Privacy practice and is a thought leader in the field of digital media, intellectual property, and privacy/consumer protection law. He counsels clients on compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other data privacy regimes, as well as the firm’s retail, restaurant, and e-commerce industry initiatives. Alan is the coordinator of the Digital Assets and Data Management practice for the firm’s California offices.
Having served as a general counsel for several years before returning to private practice, Alan is able to advise clients on making practical, informed business decisions. He helps clients navigate the complex opportunities that disruptive technology creates.
J.D., Northeastern University School of Law, EPM, University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management B.S., Georgia State University.
Associate, BakerHostetler LLP
Taylor has significant experience operating at the intersection of law, technology and business. She is keenly focused on international data protection, data privacy and governance. She has led the implementation of global privacy and data security policies and programs, advised on compliance issues, and negotiated agreements with vendors and business partners using her knowledge of the advertising technology ecosystem and related privacy issues. Taylor regularly counsels her clients on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
J.D., University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara, Technology Management Certification in Engineering. Certified Privacy Professional CIPP/E, CIPP/US and CIPM.
Senior Director, Privacy and Compliance, Epiq
Heidi is an attorney and legal technology specialist who has advised hundreds of organizations on information governance. From assessing maturity levels and drafting readiness plans to helping implement solutions, she’s helped organizations make the move from theory to practice.
Most recently, as the Executive Director of the Compliance Governance & Oversight Council (CGOC), she promoted best practices around information governance through speaking engagements, articles, whitepapers and events. Her experience also includes Data Privacy lead for Hybrid Cloud, Data and AI and Analytics divisions at IBM, a felony prosecutor, a civil litigator, and an assistant state attorney general.
J.D., Baylor School of Law, B.S. University of Texas at Austin. (CIPM) Certified Information Privacy Manager.