If you missed today’s webinar covering solutions for Cross Border Data Transfers, the short clip below will give you an idea of just some of the material covered. Speakers were Hilary Wandall, AVP Compliance & Chief Privacy Officer at Merck & Co., Inc.; Josh Harris, Director of Policy at TRUSTe, and Melinda Claybaugh, Counsel for International Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission. To download the full webinar, click here.
In today’s webinar, “Top 5 Things the CISO Needs to Know About Data Privacy,” Senior Analyst at Forrester Research, Heidi Shey shared research on privacy in organizations with TRUSTe CEO Chris Babel. Below are a few excerpts from the webinar: “Privacy is one of those organizational functions that’s still emerging for many enterprises today,” Heidi said. “There are different ways that people are trying to bring these capabilities into the company and put people in charge of privacy and that creates some challenges as well as opportunities depending on how the privacy organization is structured.” Heidi identified types of privacy … Continue reading What the CISO Needs to Know About Data Privacy (Webinar Recap)
TRUSTe’s most recent webinar in the Privacy Insight Series titled, “Building an Effective Privacy Program — Six Practical Steps” covered the process to build a privacy program while mitigating risk and keeping privacy best practices top-of-mind. Speakers were Beth Sipula, CIPP/US, Senior Consultant at TRUSTe, and Paola Zeni, Director, Global Privacy, Ethics and Compliance at Symantec Corporation. This was the third webinar in our Fall/Winter Privacy Insight Series. The series consists of webinars with top privacy experts who discuss the major privacy issues of today. Watch this clip to get an idea of this webinar’s content. Download the full webinar here. Join us on Oct. 15 for … Continue reading Privacy Insight Series Webinar Covers Building an Effective Privacy Program
TRUSTe’s most recent webinar in our Privacy Insight Series, “What Does the Proposed EU Regulation Mean for Business?” resulted in an interesting and informative session with distinguished speakers Andrea Glorioso, Counselor, Digital Economy/ Cyber Delegation of the European Union to the USA; Dennis Dayman, Chief Privacy and Security Officer, ReturnPath Inc.; and Dr. Kai Westerwelle, Partner, Taylor Wessing (US) Inc. The webinar was moderated by Eleanor Treharne-Jones, CIPP/E, Director, EMEA & Global Communications at TRUSTe. This was the second webinar in our Fall/Winter Privacy Insight Series. The Series consists of webinars with top privacy experts who discuss the major privacy issues of today. Watch this clip … Continue reading Latest Webinar Discusses Proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation
The most recent webinar in TRUSTe’s Privacy Insight Series drew a phenomenal response. Clearly, there’s a ton of interest in how good privacy practices can help manage (sometimes inevitable) data breaches. The webinar titled, “How Good Privacy Practices Can Help Prepare for a Data Breach” is the first webinar in our Fall/Winter Privacy Insight Series. Speakers included Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman and Founder of the Ponemon Institute; Joanne Furstch, Director of Product Policy at TRUSTe; and Mary Westberg, Sr. Compliance Paralegal at SanDisk. Each presenter brought their own set of expertise to the discussion. If you follow our blog and … Continue reading Popular Webinar Tackles How Privacy Practices Can Help Prepare for a Data Breach
The FTC is the leading privacy and security regulator in the U.S. says Daniel J. Solove, a professor at George Washington University Law School who runs a privacy and security training company called TeachPrivacy and organizes the The Privacy + Security Forum conference. Although there is hardly any case law, Solove noted in presenting this webinar, the FTC looms large in practice.
“We’ve seen a huge rise in privacy policies,” Solove says.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, a debate was raging about how personal information would be protected online. It was argued that self-regulation would work. As a result, companies began to self-regulate their privacy practices by creating their own policies.