Legal, Regulatory + Compliance
Lock it Down!
Meeting the Global Data Privacy Challenge
October 24, 2019 12:00 pm - October 24, 2019 12:00 am
As hacks and leaks of confidential information continue unabated, concerns about privacy and the inability of businesses to fully secure and protect customer data have become top of mind with regulators both in the U.S. and abroad.
Laws like GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act have been enacted to try to better protect personal data and ensure user privacy, but the emergence of a patchwork of such rules makes it difficult to comply.
Compliance and data security intersect in this hodgepodge of regulations, and it has become critical that your data architecture is up to the task to ensure this data is secure.
In this webinar, our panel of experts will discuss ways companies can more effectively manage their data privacy programs to meet this growing challenge.
Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at White and Williams LLP
Richard "Rick" Borden is at the forefront of cybersecurity and privacy issues. He focuses his practice on big data governance and the Internet of Things, cybersecurity risk management, and technology sourcing and transactions. Rick can translate the often complicated language of technology, cybersecurity, privacy, risk and compliance so that it's understood from both a legal and business perspective.
His experience on both the customer and vendor side enables him to advise general counsel, C-Suite executives and boards of directors on how to understand potential risks and how to respond should they suffer an incident. Rick also interfaces with technology departments, advising them on how technology tools and programs may expose companies to risk.
John Dillard is the Founder and CEO of ThreatSwitch, a software as a service company that helps companies’ security and compliance teams manage their regulatory and compliance needs. Prior to ThreatSwitch, Dillard founded Big Sky Associates in 2006, which is a firm that specializes in security process improvement. Dillard specializes in understanding how technology can improve security and make it easier for employees, executives, security and compliance professionals, and supply chain partners to continuously improve security.
Dillard has worked on projects with regards to industrial security compliance (specifically NIST, DFARS, FAR, and NISPOM), employee security team collaboration and automation software, and large scale security program analytics.
Andrea Little Limbago
Chief Social Scientist at Virtru
Dr. Andrea Little Limbago is a computational social scientist, cybersecurity researcher, writer, keynote speaker, quant analyst, national security wonk, and outdoors and sports enthusiast. She is currently the Chief Social Scientist at Virtru, where she researches and writes at the intersection of privacy, cybersecurity, and geopolitics, while also guiding the company’s technical thought leadership.
Andrea’s writing and research has been featured in numerous outlets, including Politico, Dark Reading, Business Insider, War on the Rocks, VentureBeat, and the Hill. She has presented internationally at academic, government, and infosec cons, such as SXSW, SOCOM’s Global Synch, DerbyCon, Enigma, O’Reilly Security, and BSidesLV. Andrea previously was the Chief Social Scientist at Endgame, where she developed the technical blog from the ground up, while also contributing independent research at the intersection of cyber and geopolitics. She also has worked extensively within the Department of Defense, providing technical leadership at the Joint Warfare Analysis Center, where she earned the Command’s top award for technical excellence for her analytic support to the Geographic Combatant Commands, Special Operations Command, Strategic Command, and the Joint Staff.
Chief Marketing Officer, RANE
Greg Radner is RANE’s Chief Marketing Officer. Greg is an experienced marketing and business executive with a focus on brand building, business growth, and customer-driven innovation. Before joining RANE, Greg was Vice President, Marketing for National Financial, a Fidelity Investments company and a leading provider of clearing and custody solutions. Greg was responsible for National Financial’s thought leadership, public relations, and advertising programs.
Prior to Fidelity, Greg was Global Head of PR Services at Thomson Reuters, where he managed their solutions for public relations professionals to streamline and simplify their workflow, increase the effectiveness of their media outreach, and help them analyze perceptions among their key stakeholders. While at Thomson Reuters, Greg conceived, designed and launched BoardLink, a web-based board and C-suite communications tool now used by many Fortune 500 companies. Greg has also held senior marketing and product management roles at CCBN (acquired by Thomson Reuters) and at FleetBoston Financial (acquired by Bank of America). He is a graduate of Harvard University and received his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.