Harnessing the Power of Automation
in Privacy Incident Response. Together.

2020 Virtual User Summit Series

Welcome to the 2020 User Summit Series, where you will share incident response best practices, discuss privacy trends, and delve into new and forthcoming Radar innovations. Interact with Radar product experts, including your peers, across virtual general sessions and industry deep dives, and take advantage of personalized 1-1 consultations. Join us to learn, collaborate, and build a lasting community.

General Sessions

Industry Deep Dives

1:1 Sessions

Demonstrations

Welcome and Product Roadmap

Tuesday, August 11th 8:30am – 12:00pm PT
Audience: Radar customers and select privacy professionals

Together, Setting the Pace for Innovation and Automation

Join us as Founder and CEO, Mahmood Sher-Jan welcomes attendees, shares Radar user success stories, highlights key innovations, and presents the 2020 Kevin Padrick Privacy Excellence Award.

The Radar Product Roadmap

Explore key product features released since User Summit 2019, current priorities, and plans for future innovations. Join the live Q&A and see demos of features discussed.

Regulatory Trends

Understand how data breach notification laws are changing, including a look at global laws, U.S. state, federal, and sector-specific trends, as well as proposed regulations on the Radar watchlist.

1:1 Sessions with Radar Experts

Thursday, August 20th and Friday, August 21st
Audience: Radar customers

1-1 sessions with the RadarFirst customer success, product, and development teams provide you with an opportunity to have an in-depth conversation about whatever Radar functionality is most relevant to your organization. Bring your burning questions – we can help!

How to sign up: Once you register for User Summit Sessions via the form below, you will be redirected to a page that will include directions to sign up for a 1-1 session.

General Sessions & Deep Dives

The User Summit Series will dive into three unique themes (outlined below). Each theme will offer a general session and an industry-specific deep dive session.

  • General Sessions will introduce each theme and offer an introduction to Radar for privacy professionals who are new to our product or could use a refresher.
  • Deep Dives are advanced sessions for Radar users that will explore industry-specific best practices and product functionality.

Theme 1
Operational Insights: Metrics, Benchmarking, & Reporting

Investigate best practices of a strong privacy program and data used to quantify the value of that program, including how to leverage metrics to improve overall operational efficiency.

Aired on 7/23/20

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Audience: The privacy community

Watch the first of three consecutive sessions in partnership with The Privacy Collective that features a live Q&A conversation followed by a Radar product demo. Our first session delves into best practices of a strong privacy program, quantifying the value of that program, and leveraging metrics available within Radar to improve overall operational efficiency.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the role that metrics play in quantifying the value of a privacy program
  • Identify what metrics are available in Radar
  • Learn how Radar benchmarking can increase operational efficiency

Featured Guest:

Michelle Wraight, CISM, CRISC, CDPSE
Director, Global Head of Privacy Automation
BNY Mellon

Thursday, August 13th
8:30 – 11:30am PT

Audience: Radar customers and select privacy professionals

Financial Services
(including Life & P&C Insurance)
8:30am PT – 10:00am PT

Healthcare
(including Health Insurance)
10:00am PT – 11:30am PT

Metrics are vital to assessing a privacy organization’s health and success. To leverage them to your fullest advantage, it is essential to understand the data used to calculate them. We’ll investigate why and how Radar measures what it does, the challenges of handling the data in our industry, and discuss what further steps Radar might take to support your operational needs.

Key Takeaways:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of how metrics are calculated in Radar.
  • Understand how the benchmarks available in Radar allow you to compare your performance relative to your industry to determine the overall health of your privacy operations and the strength of your culture of compliance.
  • Learn how Radar’s metrics can help measure overall efficiency, the value of your privacy organization, and help assess the effectiveness of new programs and other Interventions.

Theme 2
Streamlining
Incident Response

Explore how streamlining the incident response process, throughout the lifecycle of an incident, achieves consistent, reliable, and defensible results.

Aired on 7/30/20

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Audience: The privacy community

Watch the second of three consecutive sessions in partnership with The Privacy Collective that feature a live Q&A conversation followed by a Radar product demo, we will explore where automation fits within incident response management and how streamlining this process leads to consistent, reliable, and defensible results.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand how and why Radar streamlines Incident Response Management
  • Identify key features within Radar that facilitate automation and streamline Incident Response
  • Learn how Radar saves time while never compromising accuracy or compliance

Featured Guest:

Lisa Copp

Lisa Copp
Associate General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer
CNO Financial

Monday, August 17th
8:30 – 11:30am PT

Audience: Radar customers and select privacy professionals

Financial Services
(including Life & P&C Insurance)
8:30am PT – 10:00am PT

Healthcare
(including Health Insurance)
10:00am PT – 11:30am PT

Coordinating and optimizing for a fully streamlined incident response process poses a big challenge to privacy teams. We’ll discuss all activities within the Radar incident lifecycle and how coordination between privacy team members and many different stakeholders within and outside of the organization can be streamlined to allow for consistent, reliable, and defensible results without losing sleep in the process.

Key Takeaways:

  • Examine the Radar incident lifecycle and the varied roles team members play in moving an incident through each phase of the incident response process.
  • Discuss best practices and real world examples of managing incident intake across the enterprise.
  • Explore communication best practices, including task management and email options.

Theme 3
Complexity of
Incident Response

Examine the complexity of incident response and delve into the intricate and unique privacy incidents that challenge teams to make accurate and defensible decisions under strict timelines.

Thursday, August 6th
10:00 – 11:00am PT

Audience: The privacy community

In our final special session in partnership with The Privacy Collective that will feature a live Q&A conversation followed by a Radar product demo, we will address the increasingly complex process of incident response, including the challenges of tracking, interpreting, and staying current with privacy regulations.

Key Takeaways:

  • Explore why Incident Response is a complex process
  • Understand how Radar simplifies the complex process of incident response
  • Learn how to leverage Breach Law Radar as a resource

Featured Guest:

Rachel Reid

Rachel Reid
VP, Chief Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer
Voya Financial

Wednesday, August 19th
8:30 – 11:30am PT

Audience: Radar customers and select privacy professionals

Financial Services
(including Life & P&C Insurance)
8:30am PT – 10:00am PT

Healthcare
(including Health Insurance)
10:00am PT – 11:30am PT

Deciding how best to profile and assess complex incidents or capture complex regulatory scenarios can be challenging when the clock is ticking on your response time. We’ll discuss example scenarios submitted by users and share best practices. Topics include the interplay of federal law and state notification exemptions, the challenge of identifying what laws may apply to impacted data, how companies approach fraud versus privacy incidents, and recent state adoptions of the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law.

Key Takeaways:

  • Examine challenging incident scenarios.
  • Discuss best practices focused on an entity’s relationship to impacted data as well as the interplay between federal law and state exemptions.
  • Learn about leveraging Radar to support company policies on incident profiling.

*We encourage users to register for all User Summit sessions, even if you’re unable to make the live session.
Questions? Email us at [email protected]

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