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Privacy Talks Series

Privacy Governance as a Strategic Initiative

April 20, 2023
Event details
April 20, 2023

Event summary

From the General Data Protection Regulation to the California Consumer Privacy Act – and all the other new data protection frameworks arising in the US, Asia and Latin America – navigating the global data protection landscape is a challenge for most organizations. In this virtual series, Cooley practitioners provided attendees with practical guidance and best practices around managing data protection-related issues. We also keep you up to date on recent developments in the ever-evolving regulatory landscape.

Session 2: Privacy Governance as a Strategic Initiative

As the regulatory environment for privacy continues to evolve, companies’ ability to collect, use and transfer personal information (especially on a global level) is increasingly restricted. Addressing privacy is no longer simply a “compliance exercise” – rather, companies must ensure they have the “rights” to use personal data in order to effectuate their business plans, deliver their products and services, and earn revenue. As such, addressing the constraints of our new privacy world is of strategic importance and must be considered and baked into an organizations’ broader business plans. Developing a privacy governance program is crucial for vetting and leveraging personal information to achieve business goals.  This virtual program, led by Cooley partner David Navetta, outlined how the regulatory environment is limiting organizations and how companies can identify strategic privacy challenges and overcome them through business planning and governance.

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Privacy Talks programming

  • February 16, 2023 – Session 1: Trends in Biometrics Legislation, Regulation and Litigation
  • April 20, 2023 – Session 2: Privacy Governance as a Strategic Initiative
  • May 25, 2023 – Session 3: GDPR Anniversary: 10 Things to Know About Last Year
  • June 15, 2023 – Session 4: CPRA and US State Privacy Laws: A Mid-Year Update on the Regulations and Compliance Approaches
  • September 14, 2023 – Session 5: Meeting the CCPA’s Training Requirements
  • October 19, 2023 – Session 6: Regulating Dark Patterns and Design
  • December 14, 2023 – Session 7: The Proposed EU Data Act: State of Play

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