Bloomberg Law In-House Forum

The Higher Bar for Managing Data & Privacy:
What Does “Good” Look Like Now?

September 29, 2022 | 3:00 – 5:00 PM ET | Virtual Event


Managing data and customer privacy isn’t simply a compliance question: it requires involvement across your entire organization. Whether a company elects to manage from the top down or the bottom up, cybersecurity and privacy are matters that impact a business’s market standing and reputation, as well as its compliance with an ever-growing and ever-evolving array of laws and regulations. As corporate boards are increasingly taken to task for their impact on the company’s profile, they are also on the hook for awareness of its data security practices and the proper use of consumer, employee, and other individuals’ data. At the operational level, privacy and data management policies need to make sense and reflect the latest laws, enforcement actions, and technology. In other words, senior legal and IT managers need to remain fully engaged while, at times, exercising judgment in coordination with board guidance.

This work presents diverse implementation challenges. One entity’s blueprint for stakeholder teams, security briefings, policy development, public disclosures, and crisis responses may not track with another’s. In this evolving context, are there emerging best practices for boards and legal departments? And what can boards do to empower professionals in an organization to respond quickly and effectively in this fast-moving environment?

This In-House Forum will focus on providing insight into success stories and practical solutions, so that senior corporate leaders may understand how they stack up and how they can raise the bar in their own organizations.

Who Should Participate

Board members, board committee members, and senior leaders involved in ensuring that privacy and security are integrated throughout your business – from strategy to implementation.

CLE Credit

This program is eligible for up to 2.1 CLE credits

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