Privacy and security teams are often painted as adversaries in compliance. While it’s true that privacy, security, and risk professionals often come from different backgrounds and interests, they are united in their shared pursuit of compliance and events like the IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2017 illustrate the way these fields are converging.
The schedule for this annual event goes further to illustrate the intersection of these compliance disciplines, featuring security and IT content, extensive privacy offerings, and even a session titled “Holy Career Conflict! Privacy and Security Doesn’t have to be Batman Vs Superman.”
Now more than ever, it’s critical for professionals working in privacy, security, and risk across multiple industries to come together and discuss the challenges and the solutions of the field.
Attending PSR 2017 this month? With more programming than ever before, figuring out which sessions to catch can be daunting. Consider the sessions below, featuring RADAR team members, as you plan your schedule. Refer to the IAPP schedule for additional details.
Let Your Data Do the Talking: Benchmarking Your Privacy Program
Moderator: Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, Editor, The Privacy Advisor, IAPP
Speakers: Anne Fealey, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, VP, CPO, Prudential; Kimberly Genobles, CIPP/US, SVP, Privacy Officer, Regions Bank; Alex Wall, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, Senior Counsel and Global Privacy Officer, RADAR, Inc.;
How do you develop concrete metrics to gauge the results of your incident response program—and how do you demonstrate those results to your executive team, board and internal stakeholders? This panel represents multiple perspectives involved in privacy programs and their various common benchmarking metrics in incident response. By analyzing the metadata of the trove of data and privacy and security incidents documented and reported through RADAR, we have identified common performance indicators and industry best practices and benchmarks that will help you see how your privacy program measures up. Click here to read more about this benchmarking series.
Wednesday, October 18 at 10:30 AM PST, Seaport H
Certification: How We Got There and What We’ve Learned
Moderator: Julia Huddleston, CIPP/US, CIPM, CFO, COO, Apgar and Associates
Speakers: Victoria Edison, Chief Compliance Officer, Americas, Ant Financial; Andrew Migliore, VP of Engineering and Security Manager, RADAR, Inc.; Tammy Preisner, Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer, Clarity Software Solutions;
In this moderated panel, representatives of three different organizations will talk about their paths to three different certifications: HITRUST, ISO 27001 and SOC 2. What you’ll take away:
- Similarities and differences between the frameworks
- How organizational cultures and norms influence the process of getting to certification
- How achieving certification is influencing the organization’s present and future
Wednesday, October 18 at 1:45 PM PST, Harbor G
Privacy Tech Vendor Showcase:
Simpler, Faster, and 100 % Consistent: Automate Compliance with Breach Laws
Speakers: Mahmood Sher-Jan, CEO, RADAR, Inc.; Kimberly Genobles, CIPP/US, SVP, Privacy Officer, Regions Bank;
Here’s your chance for a first-hand look at technology designed to help privacy professionals meet the goals of their privacy programs. In these sessions, vendors of technology designed to help privacy professionals meet the goals of their privacy programs demonstrate how their technology is working out in the field. Representatives of technology firms will be joined by privacy professionals who are actively using the technology to talk about how (or if) tech is improving their program and solving problems. Further, they will talk about the buying process, overcoming installation challenges, and how to best work tech into a pre-existing work process.
Tuesday, October 17 at 10:30 AM PST, Harbor D
Little Big Stage:
GDPR’s 72-Hour Notification Rule: Simplify Compliance Through Automation
Speaker: Doug Kruger, SVP Sales and Business Development, RADAR, Inc.
The Little Big Stage has been called entertaining, informative and other things—but never boring. Find your way to this mini talk to learn about racing the clock to GDPR compliance, thanks to software-enabled automation.
Tuesday, October 17 at 3:40 PM PST, Seaport D Exhibit Hall