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The Privacy Update: What's Next On The Horizon?


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded Date: September 15, 2020
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Agenda

  • The uncertain landscape ahead
  • An update on key privacy developments in 2020
  • Will the CCPA be postponed?
  • How to ensure the correct infrastructure is in place to safeguard your employee and customer privacy
  • Understanding the risks coming up later this year and how to navigate the shifting environment
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded: September 15, 2020

Description

Privacy has remained top of the agenda for 2020 from the escalating concerns surrounding the sudden shift to remote and digital working; the impending CCPA enforcement date; to the increasing rise of data breaches and cyber-attacks. It is easy to understand why these developments raise further ethical questions, concerns and unease among legal departments. Legal departments must ensure the correct infrastructure is in place to tackle these challenges or face the huge risks associated with any one of these concerns.

This program was recorded as part of ALM & Corporate Counsel's Annual General Counsel East Virtual Conference East on September 15th, 2020.

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Panelists

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Adam Rattner

General Counsel
ImagineMIC

Adam Rattner is the general counsel at ImagineMIC, a medical device start-up in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

He graduated from Union College and received a law degree from Quinnipiac University.

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Mike Swift

Chief Global Correspondent, Digital Risk
MLex

FORMERLY CHIEF INTERNET REPORTER FOR THE SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS AND SILICONVALLEY.COM, MIKE HAS COVERED GOOGLE, FACEBOOK AND YAHOO CLOSELY AS HE FOLLOWED TRENDS IN SEARCH, THE MOBILE WEB AND ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORKS.

HE HELPS COORDINATE MLEX COVERAGE OF PRIVACY AND DATA SECURITY WORLDWIDE. A FORMER JOHN S. KNIGHT FELLOW AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY, SWIFT IS A GRADUATE OF COLBY COLLEGE.

HE IS AN AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST WITH EXPERTISE RANGING FROM THE BUSINESS OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS TO COMPUTER-ASSISTED REPORTING. FOLLOW MIKE ON TWITTER @SWIFTSTORIES.

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Marc Mandel

Vice President & General Counsel
Canary

MARC MANDEL IS THE GENERAL COUNSEL OF CANARY, A VENTURE-BACKED PROVIDER OF INTERNET OF THINGS SERVICES AND SMART HOME DEVICES, WHERE HE OVERSEES THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF FINANCE, M&A, PRODUCT COMMERCIALIZATION AND DATA PRIVACY.

HE IS PASSIONATE ABOUT THE LAW AND TECHNOLOGY, AND CO-FOUNDED PRIVACY TOLL FREE, A PLATFORM FOR MANAGING PRIVACY REQUESTS WIDELY ADOPTED BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COMPANIES. HE ALSO PUBLISHES THE PRIVACY TRAINING PROGRAM AT WWW.CCPAFREETRAINING.COM DEMONSTRATING HOW RESPONSIBLE DATA USE CAN DELIVER VALUE TO BOTH CONSUMERS AND SHAREHOLDERS.

MARC’S FIRST GENERAL COUNSEL ROLE WAS AT THE PRIVATE-EQUITY BACKED AD-TECH COMPANY JUN GROUP, AND BEFORE THAT HE SERVED AS AN ATTORNEY AT DENTONS.

MARC HOLDS UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM TUFTS UNIVERSITY AND A J.D. FROM TULANE UNIVERSITY.

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Bruce Daise

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer
H&R Block

Bruce has been a member of H&R Block’s Legal Department since 2003 and currently leads the U.S. Client Services, Compliance & International Group.

In this role, he has legal oversight responsibility for H&R Block’s global tax return preparation businesses including marketing, privacy, franchising, and intellectual property. He also has operational oversight for H&R Block’s privacy, compliance and anti-fraud programs. H&R Block is one of the world’s largest tax services providers offering tax return preparation services through more than 10,000 company-owned and franchised retail tax offices and through its do-it-yourself tax preparation solutions.

Bruce obtained his J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law.


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