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Meeting International & U.S. Data Privacy Expectations


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: October 17, 2019
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Agenda


  • GDPR in action
  • CCPA and its progeny
  • Security as part of data privacy
  • Compliance tools
  • Data localization requirements
  • Secrets to success
Runtime: 1 hour and 2 minutes
Recorded: October 17, 2019

Description

Over the past few years, the European Union has been undergoing deep change in its data protection framework which started with the passing of the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2016, which finally took effect in May 2018. With its recent implementation, organizations around the globe are making the GDPR a top priority. Additionally, state legislations have implemented new cybersecurity regulations of their own - such as NYDFS and CCPA.

In this session, you will learn how GDPR, as well as certain state-mandated data protection regulations, directly affect your business. This session will also address the importance of demonstrating on-going compliance on a global and local scale, and how privacy management software and automation can support key related initiatives.

This program was recorded as part of ALM & Corporate Counsel's 2019 Women, Influence, and Power in Law Conference on October 17th, 2019.

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Panelists

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Nicole Walthour

Chief Global Privacy Officer, Deputy Ethics and Compliance Officer
International Paper

Nicole is the Chief Global Privacy Officer and the Deputy Ethics and Compliance Officer at International Paper.

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Katherine Race Brin

Chief Privacy Officer
2U

Katie Race Brin is the Chief Privacy Officer at 2U, Inc., a publicly-traded education technology company that partners with top universities around the world to develop digital graduate programs, short courses, and boot camps.

Katie joined 2U in February 2018 and heads the company’s global privacy program. Previously, she spent 11 years at the Federal Trade Commission, the last three of which she served as the Commission's Chief Privacy Officer. She also held various roles in the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection, where she lead law enforcement investigations of companies' privacy and data security practices.

Prior to her time at the FTC, Katie worked at WilmerHale in Washington, DC and completed two federal clerkships. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and UC Berkeley Law School.

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Elise Houlik

VP, Senior Managing Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection
Mastercard

Elise Houlik is a Vice President and Senior Managing Counsel on Mastercard’s Privacy & Data Protection Legal team. Based in the company’s Global Headquarters in New York, Elise manages privacy issues across multiple business divisions including marketing, digital products, core business activity, human resources, operations, and enterprise partnerships.

Elise joined Mastercard from Fannie Mae, where she was lead Privacy & Cybersecurity Counsel, and served as a strategic partner with business divisions throughout the company to implement best practices, address cybersecurity concerns, and interface with regulators. Elise is active in the greater privacy community. In Washington, D.C., she served as Co-Chair of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) KnowledgeNet Chapter, and she is currently a member of the Steering Committee of the Sedona Conference’s Working Group on Data Security & Privacy Liability.

Elise received a Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School after completing her Bachelor of Arts studies in English at Johns Hopkins University, and is credentialed as a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the United States.

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Devika Kornbacher

Partner
Vinson & Elkins LLP

Devika leverages her background and experience to assist clients in obtaining, protecting, licensing, and enforcing intellectual property rights, with a particular emphasis on technology law in the context of mergers, acquisitions, investments, project development and day-to-day business transactions. She counsels clients in fields such as energy, sports, aviation, software and hardware on digital media, open source software, cybersecurity, and other technology matters. She also has experience with a wide-array of transactions, including commercialization agreements, license agreements, reseller arrangements, collaboration agreements, joint ventures, software development agreements, and patent clearances. Devika has also been designated a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and serves as the Chair of the Firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Task Force.


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