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Preparing for 2023: Tools and Tips to be Ready for New US Privacy Laws

Global Data Review

Description

The program will lay the legal foundation for new requirements under CA, CO and VA privacy laws, as well as evolving enforcement positions by the CA Attorney General, and examine data governance tools to help manage access rights and deletion requests, cookies and digital advertising, retention and destruction and impact assessments and purpose limitations.

Key takeaways:

  • the new consumer rights and controller obligations
  • the new contractual requirements for processors, service providers and contractors
  • how to meet new retention schedule and limitation requirements
  • managing purpose limitations
  • how the CA Attorney General views third party cookies


Speakers

Rebecca Perry, CIPP/US/G
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Exterro

 

 



 

Rebecca Perry is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Exterro.  Rebecca has been with Exterro almost 30 years.  She works with legal, IT, Compliance and Privacy professionals, along with their outside counsel, to accelerate compliance and mitigate risks in the areas of Data Privacy, Data Retention, Data Inventory/Mapping, Data Breach, E-Discovery & Digital Forensics.

Rebecca has been a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the last 10 years and has been in the trenches with clients helping them solve complex data governance challenges.

Rebecca speaks frequently on these topics to groups like the Association of Corporate Counsel, IAPP, PrivSec, Data Protection World Forum and Today's General Counsel. Rebecca also manages strategic partnerships with legal service providers and works closely with law firm partners.

 

Alan L. Friel
Deputy Chair, Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets Practice

Squire Patton Boggs

 

 



 

Alan Friel is the Deputy Chair of Squire Patton Bogg’s Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets practice, based in the Los Angeles office.  As such, he leads US and APAC for SPB’s highly-ranked global Data Practice.  With 30 years’ experience in data, media, tech and advertising industry transactions and counseling, clients turn to Alan to help structure business and legal approaches to responding to and commercializing disruptive technology.

Alan is an adjunct professor at UCLA and Loyola Marymount Law Schools, on the Cybersecurity Education Advisory Board of Cal. State Chino, and was named one of the most influential lawyers in Digital Media and eCommerce Law, as well as in Cybersecurity Law, by the Los Angeles Business Journal, ranked among the top rated lawyers in Technology by American Lawyer Media and recognized by Law 500 in its Technology Media and Telecom (Data Protection and Privacy) ranking and is recognized by Chambers as a leading practitioner and by BTI as a Client Service All-Star for Privacy.

For full bio and representative experiences see:  https://www.squirepattonboggs.com/en/professionals/f/friel-alan-l

Details

Date
5 April 2022
Time
16:30 - 17:30 UTC
Duration
60 min
Language
English
Location
Online