InfoSec+Tech Intensive

Chairs: Bob Sullivan, Independent Journalist formerly with MSNBC and NBC News Speakers: Jen Ellis, Vice President of Community and Public Affairs, Rapid7 Session A – 09:00am – 10:15am Infosec 501: A crash master’s course in cybersecurity Why most hacks happen; advanced hacking techniques and security essentials; effective use of network intrusion, detection and analysis tools. Room…

Data Protection by Design+Default Intensive

Chairs: Jason Cronk, Privacy and Trust Consultant, Enterprivacy Consulting Group Room Session A – 09:00am – 10:15am Building a privacy model In this module, participants learn the importance of designing for privacy and how to create a privacy model by identifying at-risk individuals, privacy threat actors, types of personal information, and potential privacy violations. Through…

How-to: Industry and NIST Collaboration. Cybersecurity Maturity and Risk Reduction Frameworks

Against the backdrop of our increasing dependency on digital solutions, this session will consider different risk management approaches with special attention to the widely adopted NIST framework and approaches to using commercial cybersecurity to achieve important standards.. With practical applications in mind, our presenters will share how RSA leverages the power of NIST’s federally funded…

Risk Assessments in a Global Regulatory Landscape

The global regulatory landscape for privacy and security continues to become increasingly complex, and it is changing the type and gravity of risks that organizations face. What should organizations be doing to carry out their privacy and security risk assessments in today’s world? Neva DePalma, General Counsel, Vice President of Customer Success, Privacy Officer, Radar…

Strategies for defending against GDPR fines

How can companies effectively protect themselves and defend against GDPR fines?  This session features attorneys with extensive frontline experience before German and French regulators. It covers the legal framework, provides effective defense strategies, and draws on actual case studies. Tim Wybitul, Partner, Latham & Watkins (Frankfurt) Myria Saarinen, Partner, Latham & Watkins (Paris) Room 302…

Translating International Privacy Law Requirements into Prioritized, Risk-Based and Sustainable Operational Practices

Privacy professionals are increasingly challenged to not only stay on top of privacy developments in an ever-changing international regulatory environment but also to turn them into operational procedures and be ready to demonstrate compliance to regulators or their boards. Not everything will get done and knowing the best way to prioritize and make risk-based decisions…

ePrivacy in the EU: The State of Play

Find out the latest regarding consent, cookies, profiling, and related issues. How is the ePrivacy Regulation developing? What are emerging relevant trends under the GDPR? What compliance steps should organizations be taking now? Colleen T. Brown, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP Peter Fatelnig, Minister-Counselor for Digital Economic Policy, Delegation of the European Union to the United…