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Operationalizing Privacy : A Key to Legal defensibility for In-House Counsel
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ON-DEMAND
Presented by Today’s General Counsel and Exterro

SPEAKERS:
Aaron Burnstein, Partner, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Matt Dumiak, Director of Privacy Services, Compliance Point
Robert Fowler, Director of Strategic Alliances, Exterro

There was a time when a successful privacy program could only rely on documentation, checklists, spreadsheets, and emails. However, the complexity of today’s privacy concerns necessitates smarter, faster, and more scalable solutions, and the old programs must become pragmatic. Maintaining enormous lakes of unruly personal data poses privacy concerns that require more than manual oversight. When you add in increased regulatory scrutiny and consumer expectations, you have a bigger challenge. It’s difficult enough for privacy and legal professionals to interpret the ever-increasing regulations. The ACC Legal Tech Report proves why privacy technology is among the top three priorities for in-house counsel. Join us to understand how automation can help you maintain defensibility and ease your burden by improving data accuracy and integrity.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • existing and emerging data privacy laws
  • “What to do” versus “how to do it” approach to actualize privacy across an organization’s internal and partner systems
  • Technologies and methods that enable pragmatic and scalable privacy programs to responsibly leverage data for growth.
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