2018 proved to be a banner year for U.S. state data privacy laws. While the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) gained the most attention, at least 12 other privacy laws were passed into law nationwide.
Three of the new laws represent the first of their kind: the Ohio Data Protection Act (with its “get out of litigation free” card), the Vermont Data Broker Law, and California’s Internet of Things security statue. Collectively, these new laws represent a “quiet revolution” in protecting personal data at the state level.
In 2019, the revolution continues: no fewer than 18 new bills addressing data protection have passed into law this year, many of which have short deadlines for compliance. Undoubtedly, more are on the way.
In this interactive presentation, a data protection industry veteran will highlight important changes in the U.S. data protection landscape and what it means for your program.
- An understanding of the most pressing requirements of the new laws
- How to prioritize and rationalize your compliance efforts
- A preview of even more state laws on the horizon and how to prepare
Who should attend: Information security and cyber security, CIOs, CISOs, Data Protection Officers, Information Security Directors, Staff Attorneys, Compliance, and Security Auditors.
When: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 10 AM PT | 1 PM ET