Building a privacy program that is right-sized for the organization can take years of hard work and creative collaboration. And just when things are running like a well-oiled machine, the company undergoes a corporate change — buying or selling a business, expanding into a new region, or launching a new product line that will take the company in a new direction. Privacy programs that are built on a principles-based framework can withstand the inevitable winds of business change. Hear from these seasoned privacy pros who will share their experience and best practices for how to effectively develop a principles-based privacy program that can change and grow with the organization and accommodate expansion around the globe. So that no matter what new region the business may reach into, and no matter what new privacy law may be enacted next —whether it’s Brazil’s new privacy law, California’s or China’s — your program will be able to adapt and respond.

Heather Egan Sussman, Global Co-chair, Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation Practice, and Leader of Boston Office, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe
Alisa B. Hall, Director, Global Privacy & Privacy Compliance, Ebay
Hilary M. Wandall, Chief Data Governance Officer, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, TrustArc
Phil Armstrong, Attorney, Privacy and Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft

Room 301

Readings:

Phil Armstrong

Attorney
Privacy and Regulatory Affairs
Microsoft

Hilary Wandall

General Counsel & Chief Data Governance Officer
TrustArc

Heather Egan Sussman

Global Co-Chair Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation Practice
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe

Alisa Hall

Director, Global Privacy & Privacy Compliance
Ebay