Leila Golchehreh, Maureen Dry-Wasson, Mercedes Poley

From the consumer perspective, a Data Subject Request (DSR) should be a relatively straightforward process: a form that should require an easy response. But for an organization, the DSR triggers a multifaceted technological and legal process to identify, produce, and review relevant information, and submit that information in a format the consumer can easily access and understand. Pulling data from relevant systems can create a tremendous burden for other groups within the organization beyond the privacy team. Questions on whether to redact or retain certain information can offer additional challenges. New state and global laws and requirements, as well as uses of artificial intelligence can similarly complicate the response to a data subject. Learn from some of the industry’s top privacy professionals about the most critical technical, legal, and reputational considerations necessary to consider when responding to DSRs given ever-changing requirements.

Leila Golchehreh, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Relyance AI
Maureen Dry-Wasson, General Counsel, Allegis Group
Mercedes Poley, Privacy Engagement Manager, Plaid

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Leila Golchehreh

Co-Founder & Co-CEO
Relyance AI

Maureen Dry Wasson
Maureen Dry-Wasson

General Counsel
Allegis Group

Mercedes Poley

Privacy Engagement Manager