Dave Cohen, Jessica Lee, Hilary Wandall
Following the FTC action last fall against Drizly, (a subsidiary of Uber) for IT security breaches that resulted in the loss of customers’ personal information, CEOs, senior leadership, and corporate board members should all take notice. In its enforcement action, the commission names the CEO himself as party to penalties, thus sending a shot across the bow that individuals in leadership positions can be held personally liable for damages incurred under their watch.
Join our panel of legal and operational privacy experts as they dissect this case and its potential ramifications for C-Suites and board rooms across the country, and propose practical steps for consideration to avoid becoming the next public example of lax data governance oversight.
Dave Cohen, Director, LevelUP
Jessica Lee, Partner, Chair, Privacy, Security & Data Innovations, Loeb & Loeb
Hilary Wandall, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Dun & Bradstreet