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Operationalizing a Data Privacy and Governance Program that Inspires Trust

April 17 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

This session will feature an overview of the key components required to build and operationalize a privacy and governance program, focusing on the following key areas: i) fundamentals of building a risk governance program; ii) understanding and responding to consumer rights under US privacy laws; iii) privacy enforcement and privacy litigation. Presenters will provide insights on best practices from a legal regulatory and compliance framework.

Presentation Agenda (Times and Speakers):

  • Justine Phillips (35-40 min.)
  • Brian Hengesbaugh (35-40 min.)
  • Helena Engfeldt (35-40 min.)

Learning Outcomes/Objectives: Participants in this session will come away with a deeper understanding of how to operationalize a data privacy and governance program that inspires trust. Upon completion of this session, participants will:

  1. Be able to define key terms related to building a data privacy and governance program
  2. Be able to outline key components required to implement a data privacy and governance program
  3. Be able to apply best practices as it relates to legal and information security teams working together within an organization responsible for building a data privacy and governance program

Workshop Accessibility:
Open only to vetted InfraGard members.

Please see weekly email for registration.