Meeting Archive:
Breach Notification in the GDPR Era

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Meeting Description:

Most American organizations, and many organizations operating in certain member state jurisdictions in the EU, have been dealing with breach notification for years. It's pretty straightforward. Well, as straightforward as dealing with 50+ different breach notification laws can be. Now, however, with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, there may be one breach notification law to rule them all. Its requirement for quick turnaround (72 hours?), assessment of risk ("rights and freedoms"?), and potential penalties (4 percent of annual revenue?) combine to ensure everyone with EU citizen personal information in their databases is paying attention. In this virtual session, we'll examine what the law says, how to prepare for its many requirements, and how to minimize damage should a breach occur. 

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Date: Thu, Jan 25, 2018
Time: 01:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): RSA Conference
 Presenter Information
Sam Pfeifle, Content Director, IAPP
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As content director, Sam oversees everything content-related coming out of the IAPP, from the Daily Dashboard to the monthly Privacy Advisor to the IAPP's various blogs, books and Resource Center items, to training and KnowledgeNet content and information. If you'd like to contribute to the privacy body of knowledge the IAPP curates on a daily basis — even if you'd like to speak at one of our events — Pfeifle is your first point of contact.
Pfeifle came to the IAPP after stints overseeing a number of B2B publications, including titles in the physical security, workboat and 3D data capture industries. He began his journalism career with the alternative newsweekly The Portland Phoenix, and wrote a local music column for the paper for 15 years. Pfeifle has a BS in education and a BA in English from the University of Vermont, and spent two years as a high school English teacher in New Hampshire.

Dennis Holmes, Lawyer, Cybersecurity and Data Protection Legal Services, PwC UK
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Dennis currently is a US-qualified Lawyer with PwC UK, working on cybersecurity and data protection issues with clients throughout the world. Previously, he served as Privacy and Policy Counsel with ad-tech firm AppNexus, following a stint as IAPP Westin Fellow. He holds a J.D. from the George Washington University Law School and a B.A. from Macalester College.