October 5 Event to Feature Keynote Interview with Twitter Chief Privacy Officer Damien Kieran
Arlington, Va. — Bloomberg Law today announced that its In-House Forum will be held live virtually on Tuesday, October 5 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:40 p.m. Eastern Time. The annual CLE-eligible event will focus on the privacy and data protection challenges facing legal departments. Registration information and the full agenda for the complimentary event, Privacy and Data Governance Challenges: Communicating Risks and Coordinating Changes, are available at http://onb-law.com/Efia50GdmR7.
The forum kicks off with a fireside chat with Damien Kieran, Twitter’s chief privacy officer, who will discuss a range of topics including building a culture of privacy and data protection throughout a global company and implementing privacy review processes that work. The event concludes with a panel discussion through which attendees will learn best practices and proven strategies for managing privacy compliance and data risk as well as communicating data-related risks to boards of directors.
“Corporations are tasked with complying with an increasing number of complex and evolving privacy and data security regulations put in place by federal, state, and international authorities,” said Joe Breda, President, Bloomberg Law. “We’ve assembled a slate of corporate privacy leaders who will share their successes and provide guidance on how to best partner with other internal constituencies to align compliance efforts with organizational business strategies.”
Additional speakers include:
Jennifer Couture, Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Harvey Jang, Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, Cisco
Maureen K. Ohlhausen, Partner, Baker Botts and Former Acting Chair and Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
Janine Smith, Vice President, Chief Compliance Ethics & Privacy Officer, The Hershey Company
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