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Target Audience:

Primary - Chief Compliance Officers, Compliance Managers, Chief Privacy Officers,

Secondary – General Counsels, Chief Information Security Officers (because all privacy laws contain data security requirements), Data Privacy Officers


Learning Objectives:

  • Definitions for personally identifiable information can vary from state to state and country to country. This webinar will help in identifying the most widely defined PII attributes.
  • Most privacy laws include a series of specific data-subject access rights. This webinar will discuss the most common privacy rights and the requirements companies have when responding to Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs).
  • Most privacy laws are global in nature. We will explore what the global reach of these laws mean for companies in other jurisdictions.
  • The federal government has not yet passed a country-wide privacy law. We will talk about how a federal privacy law could affect the various state privacy laws and what that would mean for organizations.

Attendees will gain a level of up to date data privacy knowledge to enable them to work with other affected departments to ensure a compliant data privacy program

Time: 12:00 PM Central | 1:00 PM Eastern | 11:00 AM Mountain | 10:00 AM Pacific | 9:00 AM Alaska | 7:00 AM Hawaii-Aleutian

Duration: 90 Minutes


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Recordings will be emailed 7-11 business days after the initial air date.

CLOSED CAPTIONING available upon advanced request (24 hours minimum) Contact Liz Ray