On-Demand   Web Segment

Privacy and Data Security Law Institute (Thirteenth Annual)

Recorded on: May. 23, 2012
Running Time: 01:13:20

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:02:06] Legislative and Regulatory Trends in U.S. Privacy and Security Law Holly K. Towle ~ K&L Gates LLP
Stephen S. Wu ~ Cooke Kobrick & Wu LLP
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[01:02:40] Health Privacy & Security: HIPAA Applies to Everyone Now! Sharon A. Anolik ~ Vice President, Global Privacy Risk and Strategy Leader, McKesson Corporation
W. Reece Hirsch ~ Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
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[01:13:20] Information Security Breaches: The Saga Continues Winston Krone ~ Managing Director, Kivu Consulting, Inc.
Beth Givens ~ Executive Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Jeanette Fitzgerald ~ Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Epsilon
Cathy Bump ~ Senior Privacy Compliance Counsel, Expedia, Inc.
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[01:03:25] The Rise of Privacy Litigation - New Causes of Action, New Legal Theories Ian C. Ballon ~ Greenberg Traurig, LLP
James G. Snell ~ Bingham McCutchen LLP
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[00:59:50] Ethics and Risk Management for Privacy Professionals Merri A. Baldwin ~ Rogers Joseph O'Donnell
Kathryn J. Fritz ~ Fenwick & West LLP
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[01:00:35] Being a Chief Privacy Officer - Greater Challenges, Smaller Budget Rebecca Matthias ~ Senior Counsel, Data Protection & Privacy, VMware
Jonathan D. Avila ~ Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, Wal-mart Stores, Inc.
Rudy Guyon ~ Senior Corporate Counsel, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
MeMe Rasmussen ~ VP, Chief Privacy Officer, Adobe Systems Incorporated
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[02:01:15] Global Issues - Privacy and Data Protection in a Global Environment Francoise Gilbert ~ Managing Director, IT Law Group
Christine E. Lyon ~ Morrison & Foerster LLP
Paola Zeni ~ Director, Global Privacy - Legal and Public Affairs, Symantec Corporation
Rosanne Model ~ Corporate Compliance Officer, Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc.
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[00:58:35] Clouds without Borders - How to Ensure Privacy and Security in the Cloud Francoise Gilbert ~ Managing Director, IT Law Group
Felix S. Sterling ~ Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Trend Micro Incorporated
Geff Brown ~ Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation
Lindsey Finch ~ Senior Global Privacy Counsel, Salesforce.com
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[00:59:20] Understanding the Current Online Behavioral Advertising Landscape Dominique R. Shelton ~ Alston & Bird LLP
Liisa M. Thomas ~ Winston & Strawn LLP
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[00:58:40] Privacy and Security Enforcement Agenda: The Regulator's Perspective Matthew F. Fitzsimmons ~ Chair, Privacy Task Force, Assistant Attorney General, Connecticut Attorney General's Office
Paula Selis ~ Senior Counsel, Washington State Attorney General's Office
Alexandra Ross ~ Senior Counsel, Paragon Legal at Autodesk, Inc.
Laura Berger ~ Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
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[01:03:55] Trend Lines in Privacy and Cyber-Security Law and Policy: Converging or Diverging? Jishnu Menon ~ Data and Product Counsel, Mozilla
Marc S. Crandall ~ Head of Global Compliance, Google Inc.
Joanne McNabb ~ Director of Privacy Education and Policy, Office of the Attorney General, California Dept. of Justice
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Taken from the Web Program Thirteenth Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law Recorded May 2012 in San Francisco

Lecture Topics [01:13:20]

Information Security Breaches: The Saga Continues
  • Identifying an incident
  • Undertaking the initial response
  • Conducting a forensic investigation
  • Coordinating with law enforcement
  • Implementing an incident response plan
  • Coordinating notification to affected individuals
  • Setting up the call center and identity restoration service
  • Preparing website materials
  • Managing state attorneys general and federal agencies
  • Managing the press
  • Handling litigation risks

The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:
  • A How-to Guide to Information Security Breaches
    Lisa J. Sotto, Aaron P. Simpson
  • Mari J. Frank Interviews Lisa Sotto: Privacy and the Risk of Security Breaches: Evolving Legislation, Continued Risk
    Lisa J. Sotto
  • California Office of Privacy Protection: Recommended Practices on Notice of Security Breach Involving Personal Information
    Joanne McNabb
  • Privacy Rights Clearinghouse: How to Deal with a Security Breach
    Beth Givens
  • Legal and Technical Issues Concerning Evidence in Data Breach Cases
    Winston Krone

Presentation Material

  • Information Security Breaches: The Saga Continues
    Cathy Bump
Cathy Bump ~ Senior Privacy Compliance Counsel, Expedia, Inc.
Jeanette Fitzgerald ~ Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Epsilon
Beth Givens ~ Executive Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Winston Krone ~ Managing Director, Kivu Consulting, Inc.

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