Upcoming Privacy and Cybersecurity events - October

Keep up to date on the latest Privacy and Cybersecurity trends by checking out the events our lawyers are participating in this month.

October 1


Bret Cohen will present "Dissection of a DSAR: How to manage the influx" at the Privacy + Security Fall 2021 Forum. During the presentation, Bret will discuss the challenges organizations face when complying with GDPR, CCPA, and other new privacy laws, and provide strategies for managing the volume of individual rights requests while complying with their legal obligations.


October 8


Joke Bodewits will be speaking at the Institute for International Research (IIR), where she is a teacher in the IT Lawyer training programme.


October 14

Tim Tobin is speaking on a panel during the Autos 2050 Future Driven Forum on “Public roads, private data: How the auto industry protects privacy.” For registration information, click here.

October 18

Eduardo Ustaran will be a speaker at the Global Privacy Assembly 2021 where he will discuss considerations in privacy for data analytic users.

October 19

Eduardo Ustaran will be speaking at the APEP eventEscenarios actuales de transferencias internacionales de datos” where he will discuss international data transfers.

October 21

Tim Tobin and Paula Garcia will be presenting a free virtual session on “The current state of international data transfer” during the Annual Privacy Law Forum. To register, please click here.

October 22 

Bret Cohen will be a panelist during the session, "Building a Data Ethics Program to Enable Trusted Data Practices" at the IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2021 conference, where he will be joined by in-house privacy counsel and ethics leaders to discuss adopting best practices for use of AI technologies and developing in-house ethics programs.

October 22

Julian Flamant will be a panelist during the session, "'Sensitive' Location Data: Staying Compliant as New Rules Emerge" at the IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2021 conference, where he will provide an overview of location data regulation and enforcement in the United States and outline upcoming changes as new rules emerge.



Eduardo Ustaran
Scott Loughlin
Washington, D.C.


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