Dennis Yeoh, Jim Gregoire, Tyler Newby

Unlike a settlement and release in most private litigations, which aim to provide finality to a dispute, entering an FTC privacy or cybersecurity consent order is the beginning of a long relationship with the FTC.  Preparing for an independent assessment required by such an order can be a time consuming and costly exercise.  But it can also be incredibly valuable. Even companies who have avoided an order thus far can strengthen their privacy programs by acting like they will be assessed under one. In this session, hear from individuals on both sides of the table (assessor and assessee) about key activities that every company should perform relating to program governance, risk assessment, privacy impact assessments, third-party risk management, and program monitoring, evaluation, and adjustment. By using an FTC consent order assessment as a model, companies can develop a repeatable, effective privacy compliance program.

 

Dennis Yeoh, Deputy General Counsel, VIZIO
Jim Gregoire, Privacy and Cybersecurity Director, Fenwick & West
Tyler Newby, Partner, Fenwick & West

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Dennis Yeoh
Dennis Yeoh

Deputy General Counsel
VIZIO

jamesgregoire
James Gregoire

Privacy and Cybersecurity Director
Fenwick & West

tylernewby
Tyler Newby

Partner
Fenwick & West