Why Should You Attend a Privacy Collective Session?

The Privacy Collective was established soon after the pandemic started, when rapid and disruptive changes brought unique privacy challenges across every industry. The need for a space where privacy professionals could connect and share was clear. 

Join us as we collectively work together to discuss timely issues, address new privacy challenges, and learn from our collective experiences. Sessions are ALWAYS free to attend!


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Safeguarding the World’s Trust

Air Date: Wednesday, June 14 at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT


Gartner predicts that by the end of 2024, 75% of the world’s population will have its personal data covered under modern privacy regulations. This exponential increase from only 10% global coverage in 2020 raises the stakes for global organizations. The challenge will be to ensure compliance, while safeguarding trust for an unprecedented volume of regulated data. 

Join the upcoming live Q&A to learn what’s driving this expansion and how to prepare. You’ll hear from Zelda Olentia, Senior Product Manager, Regulatory Analysis & Content at RadarFirst, and special guest, Claude-Etienne Armingaud who is a partner at K&L Gates LLP and a coordinator for the Firm’s Data Protection, Privacy, and Security practice group.

In this session we will cover:

  What is driving the expansion of privacy regulation?

  Where are we on this path towards 75% global coverage?

  How do you scale privacy operations for international privacy laws quickly and effectively before year-end 2024?

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Privacy and Cyber Alignment: A Conversation with Edna Conway

Air Date: Wednesday, May 24 at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT


The emerging Cyber-Privacy regulatory relationship is illuminating new similarities and differences every day. In this session of The Privacy Collective, Edna Conway, former VP, Security & Risk Officer, Azure Hardware Systems & Infrastructure, explores the two fields with a historical analysis of what has happened, to help identify what’s to come. 

In this session we covered:

How privacy leaders can strike a balance between principles and execution

The history of cyber-privacy alignment and models of departmental alignment

And so much more!

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Previous Guests

Previous speakers on The Privacy Collective

We routinely host a collection of privacy professional spanning across multiple industries. Check out some highlights here!

The real challenge is being able to work together as a team in a pressure cooker of a crisis.
Deborah Rimmler Counsel Dentons
As a segment that is non-revenue generating, we are constantly having to prove our value and why we exist and why we matter; and sometimes you do have to show ‘here’s what it might look like if we didn’t do what we are supposed to do’
Rosemarie Morgan CPO Brighthouse Financial
The key component of any privacy program is the ability to recognize trends and implement measures that can proactively address risk.
John Barbret Privacy Officer VW Credit
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