Broadcast Date: Thursday, June 20th, 2019
The CCPA, EU’s GDPR, Canada’s PIPEDA, Brazil’s General Data Protection Law, Australia’s notifiable data breach scheme. These are just a few of the international data breach notification laws that have been flashing across your news feed in recent years. If you haven’t already noticed, the topic of data privacy has kicked up a few notches, thanks to GDPR’s influence, and is now an imperative global concern.
We’re in fast-moving times for data breach regulations, both across the globe as well as domestically across the U.S. The breadth and complexity of these regulations and the consequences for noncompliance are unmatched. Finding efficient ways to handle data incidents in today’s global market according to stringent breach risk assessment requirements and notification timelines has proven to be a significant challenge. And rightly so, given the patchwork of compliance requirements for even a minor data event.
Join us in this on-demand webinar and learn how to take an accountability approach when managing incident response. Some of these critical privacy program functions include preparing ahead of time, completing a thorough and intelligent risk of harm assessment to determine if the privacy incident requires notification, to whom and by when, and of course keeping up with ever-changing international breach notification laws.
*Eligible for 1.0 CPE Credit: After watching this webinar recording, you’re eligible for 1 CPE credit. Just fill out the CPE submission form on the IAPP site (member login required).
Among the insights you will learn from this webinar recording:
- How U.S. state and international data breach notification laws have recently evolved and a review of regulatory trends you don’t want to be behind on
- How to ensure consistency in your incident response management practices
- Strategies for building and implementing a scalable and comprehensive best-in-class program that addresses the critical phases of privacy management
Director of Strategic Research and Regulator Outreach, NYMITY