Keep up to date on the latest Privacy and Cybersecurity trends by attending the events our lawyers are participating in this month. Notably, members of our global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice will be speaking at the 21st Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference, on an upcoming webinar in our 5G deployment series, at the Fall meeting of the G100 Digital Risk Governance Initiative, and at IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. 2022 conference.
They will discuss topics such as the rush of new data protection laws sweeping across Europe, privacy and cybersecurity threats and regulations emerging from 5G deployment, the impact of state laws on commercial uses of location data, current cybersecurity legal frameworks and programs, data protection laws on those who make use of customer information for product improvement, and other significant cybersecurity and privacy legal developments.
Eduardo Ustaran will speak on “EU Digital Strategy - What You Really Need to Know” session at the 21st Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference, where he will discuss the legislative whirlwind taking place across Europe involving at least seven new laws with data protection implications.
Dan Whitehead will moderate the second installment of our 5G webinar series, “5G deployment: Legal insights on privacy and cybersecurity.” Joke Bodewits, Eduardo Ustaran, and Nathan Salminen will be panelists and will discuss threats expected to arise from 5G deployment, regulations currently or soon to be implemented to mitigate such threats, and how the Hogan Lovells team can help navigate this ever evolving landscape.
Harriet Pearson will speak on cybersecurity and privacy legal developments relevant to corporate board members and CEOs at the Fall meeting of the G100 Digital Risk Governance Initiative.
Julian Flamant will speak on “New and Emerging Location Data Rules: Get Ready for 2023 and Beyond” at IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk. Conference in Austin, TX. The session will explore how the new laws passed in California, Virginia, and Colorado, scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission, and other emerging proposals impact commercial uses of location data.
Scott Loughlin will speak on “Finding Reasonable Security: a Journey or a Destination?” at IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk. Conference in Austin, TX. The session will explore available cybersecurity legal frameworks, how regulators evaluate security programs, and how organizations navigate the uncertainty.
Bret Cohen will speak on “Developing a Privacy-Centric, Data-Driven Model for Personalization and Analysis” at IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk. Conference in Austin, TX. The session will explore the most significant emerging privacy and data protection laws and regulations on processors and cloud providers who seek to make use of customer information for product improvement and personalization.
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