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Protecting PII - Balancing Data Security and Global Privacy Laws


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: December 04, 2017
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Agenda

2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
  • What is PII?
  • Consequences of Not Protecting PII
  • Questions for Developing PII Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs)
  • Key Privacy Laws
  • Questions and Answers
Runtime: 1 hour and 2 minutes
Recorded: December 4, 2017

Description

Cyber criminals are attacking companies in unprecedented numbers and levels of sophistication, targeting all manner of data, whether it is financial data, PII, critical infrastructure or employment data nothing seems to be off limits. As companies seek to increase their monitoring of their systems and their users they are increasingly bumping up against constraints from increasingly strict privacy laws that pose real challenges to deployment of solutions like DLP tools anomalistic behavior driven tools.

This session will cover some of the key privacy law elements that challenge the security tools and discuss strategies to balance between the two in order to allow companies to protect their data troves against the threats.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's CyberSecure on December 4th, 2017.

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CyberSecure

Panelists

Hugo Teufel III

Senior Counsel
Raytheon Company

Hugo Teufel III is Senior Counsel for Global Privacy within Raytheon’s Office of the General Counsel based in Arlington, Virginia. Raytheon Company (NYSE:RTN), with 2016 sales of $24 billion and 63,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Reporting directly to the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Teufel handles all aspects of privacy and data protection compliance globally within the company.

In public service, Teufel served at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as its Chief Privacy Officer, the first such statutorily mandated position in the federal government. Teufel’s responsibilities included assuring that the technologies used by the Department to protect the United States sustain privacy protections relating to the use, collection, and disclosure of personal information. During his tenure, Teufel was one of two principals from DHS on the joint U.S./EU High Level Contact Group on information sharing and privacy and personal data protection. Teufel also testified before committees of both houses of Congress on privacy issues.

Prior to serving as Chief Privacy Officer at DHS, Teufel was Associate General Counsel for General Law at DHS and Associate Solicitor for General Law at the Department of the Interior. Teufel served as Deputy Solicitor General for the State of Colorado.

In the private sector, Teufel was a privacy co-lead in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Advisory practice, where he advised commercial, federal and international clients on privacy and data protection issues.

Teufel also practiced government contracts law at the firms of Hall & Evans, LLP, and McKenna & Cuneo, LLP. Teufel began his legal career in Washington, D.C., clerking for the Honorable Loren A. Smith, Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Teufel currently serves as a Judge Advocate in the DC Army National Guard.

Teufel majored in Economics, and minored in German, at Metropolitan State University of Denver. He received his Juris Doctorate from the Washington College of Law at the American University, and his Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College. Teufel holds CIPP/G, CIPP/US, and CIPM certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He is admitted to the Colorado, Maryland (inactive), and Virginia bars.

Carrie Parikh

Chief Operating Officer
New Jersey Governor's Office of Information Technology

Carrie Parikh recently became chief operating officer in the New Jersey governor’s Office of Information Technology and chief data and privacy officer for the state of New Jersey. The latter role is the first statewide privacy role in the state’s history. She previously was vice president, legal, at Wyndham Hotel Group, having quickly ascended from the position of senior counsel handling privacy matters.

Orrie Dinstein

Global Privacy Officer
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.

Orrie Dinstein is the Global Chief Privacy Officer at March & McLennan Companies. He has global responsibility for data protection, and he works closely with the Legal, Compliance, IT and Information Security teams as well as other functions to establish policies, procedures, processes and tools related to data privacy and security matters. Prior to joining Marsh & McLennan, Orrie was the Chief Privacy Officer of GE Capital.

Orrie received an LL.M. degree in intellectual property from NYU School of Law and is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Law. He is a member of the New York State Bar and the Israel Bar. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and a frequent speaker on privacy, social media and technology matters.


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