Privacy Is (Now) Your Business
Please join us for an interactive panel discussion on recent privacy legislation that has just passed and what companies can do to be customer-focused. Until 2018, there was very little regulation of consumer privacy in the United States. This left companies in the U.S. free to collect and use information virtually without restriction and to not spend time and money investing in keeping customer and employee data secured, confidential and private.
2019 is a year of change – or at least it should be – regarding how U.S. companies treat the privacy of their employees and customers. The rules and norms are changing. Although some changes are required by law, the fact is that marketplace expectations are likely to drive changes in best practices, even where the law may not require them. Be prepared by moving your company ahead of the law and new customer demands.
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CYBER SECURITY PANEL
Mitzi L. Hill | Panelist | Taylor English Duma LLP
Alison M. Ballard | Panelist | Taylor English Duma LLP
|Andrew Neal | Panelist | TransPerfect |
Andrew Neal is an executive and practitioner in the information security community and leads TransPerfect’s Security and Compliance Services practice. Developing strategy and executing projects for a global corporate and law firm client base, his work focuses on data-centric compliance, security, and litigation matters. Andrew frequently shares his experience as a speaker, adviser, board member and mentor, and is active in several security-related professional organizations.
|Allen W. Nelson | Moderator | Taylor English Duma LLP |
As a former public company general counsel, Allen W. Nelson has significant experience leading global teams, and providing advice on a wide range of topics important to boards of directors and members of senior management including cyber security, government investigations and negotiations, risk management, intellectual property issues, and ethics and compliance.