From Privacy Project to Privacy Program

Leveraging GDPR initiatives to comply with CaCPA and
100s of other privacy laws

Free IAPP Web Conference Recordingiapp-logo
Brought to you by Nymity

Broadcast date: September 27, 2018

For many organizations, the EU General Data Protection Regulation was viewed as a project with an end date of May 25, 2018. In reality, this is only the beginning of a new era during which organizations must demonstrate an ongoing capacity to comply with the new law. And, with the dust of the entry into application of the GDPR barely settled, the data protection community is shaping up to deal with the next set of challenges: the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. Before the GDPR, there were already hundreds of privacy and data protection laws and regulations, and there will continue to be many more new privacy laws in the months and years to come. Regardless of headquarter location of the jurisdiction in which your company resides, vigilance for ever-evolving compliance obligations is essential.

Join us for this interactive web conference as we focus on why an accountability approach is the most pragmatic, scalable, and proven method for supporting compliance with multiple laws. You’ll hear about how an accountability approach to multi-jurisdictional compliance works in both theory and practice, and time will be reserved for your questions.


What you'll learn:

  • Which activities you already have in place for GDPR compliance that can be leveraged for CaCPA compliance.
  • How to identify existing policies, procedures and other accountability mechanisms that are already providing rules and guidelines for processing personal data in your organisation.
  • Strategies for documenting privacy law requirements and related accountability mechanisms and leveraging them for enterprise wide privacy management.
  • How to effectively report on key compliance requirements so that you are “regulator ready."


HOST:

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Dave Cohen
CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Knowledge Manager, IAPP

 

 

MODERATOR:

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Teresa Troester-Falk
CIPP/US, Chief Global Privacy Strategist, Nymity

  

 

PANELISTS:

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Kim Bubnes
CIPP/US, Director, Global Data Privacy, General Motors
 
 

alexys-carleton
Alexys Carleton
CIPT Director, Information Assurance & Privacy, Otter Products & Blue Ocean Enterprises
 

michael-scuvee
Michael Scuvée
CIPM Chief Data Protection Officer, Legal Compliance, Coca-Cola European Partners

 

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Product Feature:
Nymity Research™ GDPR Add-On: Implementation Tracker