IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium 2016 May 11 – May 12 Toronto The privacy landscape is changing at breakneck speed, and your job is becoming more complex by the day. Boasting exceptional education, unmatched networking and a strong community of privacy professionals, the Symposium returns to help you step up your game. TRUSTe’s Eleanor Treharne-Jones will be speaking on Wednesday, May 11th, 11:45am-1pm on “Are You Ready for the GDPR? Let’s Find Out.” > Register here Digital Advertising Alliance Summit 2016 May 12 – May 13 Los Angeles The Digital Advertising Alliance Summit 2016 is a full-day event and provides … Continue reading May Spotlight: TRUSTe Speaking at Events in Toronto, LA and London
If you missed today’s webinar covering solutions for Cross Border Data Transfers, the short clip below will give you an idea of just some of the material covered. Speakers were Hilary Wandall, AVP Compliance & Chief Privacy Officer at Merck & Co., Inc.; Josh Harris, Director of Policy at TRUSTe, and Melinda Claybaugh, Counsel for International Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission. To download the full webinar, click here. Click here for a clip of the webinar.
If you missed today’s webinar covering vendor management, you can watch a clip below and follow this link to download the full webinar. Speakers Ray Everett, Director Product Management & Principle Consultant at TRUSTe and Charlie Miller, SVP at Shared Assessments covered best practices for vendor management, conducting vendor risk assessments and revealed results from a 2015 Vendor Risk Management benchmark study. This webinar is part of TRUSTe’s Privacy Insight Series. View the recap below, or click here to download the full webinar. Click here for a clip of the webinar.
TRUSTe’s most recent webinar in our Privacy Insight Series, “What Does the Proposed EU Regulation Mean for Business?” resulted in an interesting and informative session with distinguished speakers Andrea Glorioso, Counselor, Digital Economy/ Cyber Delegation of the European Union to the USA; Dennis Dayman, Chief Privacy and Security Officer, ReturnPath Inc.; and Dr. Kai Westerwelle, Partner, Taylor Wessing (US) Inc. The webinar was moderated by Eleanor Treharne-Jones, CIPP/E, Director, EMEA & Global Communications at TRUSTe. This was the second webinar in our Fall/Winter Privacy Insight Series. The Series consists of webinars with top privacy experts who discuss the major privacy issues of today. Watch this clip … Continue reading Latest Webinar Discusses Proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation
- May 4-5
Data protection experts from around the world will present on topics ranging from EU Safe Harbor to the Right to be Forgotten to drones. With an impressive number of distinguished speakers, this event is sure to be very informative!
- May 5
Part of the Privacy Insight Series, this roundtable brings together privacy professional to discuss the value of automating data privacy assessments. According to new research, the average company conducts 59 Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) per year taking 285 hours per assessment. Join us to see how your company’s privacy management stacks up, and gain insight into how other companies manage privacy.
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If you missed our webinar on April 9th titled, “How to Prepare for the Proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation,” you can listen online.
The proposed legislation could be the most significant global development in data protection law in the last 20 years. There are still issues to be resolved, but agreement in many areas. Some of the key changes in the current draft include stronger rights for consumers, greater responsibilities for data controllers, a legal requirement for data breach notification and greater enforcement powers with fines up to €100 million, or 5% of the organization’s annual global turnover (whichever is greater). It’s been set as a regulation rather than a directive, meaning that once adopted it will be directly and universally applicable across all EU Member States without necessarily the need for any national legislation.