All levels of society rely upon information technology systems. Network operations are pervasive and impact nearly every aspect of our society. The desire of companies to collect, use, store, and secure information about customers, employees, and other individuals is a requirement of the new economy. It is no wonder that the prevalence of electronic communications and a growing dependency on cyber structures and operations also create potential vulnerabilities to cyberattacks. It is critical to preserve information systems and address and prevent weaknesses in cyber protection efforts.
“Data Privacy Compliance” examines the means for companies to reach data goals ethically, efficiently and legally. The panel also discusses the evolving regulatory approaches of the European Union, United States Federal government and significant developments in US state regimes, including California, as well as best practices and model comprehensive privacy and cybersecurity policies and data breach response and related litigation.