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Live Webcast | This Year in Privacy (2022 Privacy & Data Security Section Program)


It seems like only yesterday that the United States' privacy and data security legal regimes were a relatively light lift compared to those of the European Union and other parts of the world. Now, privacy and data security professionals are laboring under a bevy of new laws and regulations that signal an increased government interest in regulating businesses' collection, use and disclosure of individuals' personal information.

In 2023, we will see at least five new, comprehensive state privacy laws go into effect, arduous new breach notification requirements for certain types of businesses, and maybe even federal comprehensive privacy legislation. Similarly, in California, employers will face a slew of new obligations to employees that previously were reserved for consumers.

On top of all this, international disputes have set off an increase in cybercrime and, consequently, data breaches. Unlike countries with a comprehensive federal law, the United States still has a patchwork of privacy and security laws, making for a dizzying set of obligations for those trying to stay compliant.

This CLE focuses on navigating through the patchwork and getting ready for 2023.

INCLUDED SESSIONS

  • Updates to Federal Agency Breach Notification Standards
  • Lessons Learned From Law Firm Data Breaches
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Increased Cyber Risks During World Conflict
  • Cybersecurity Framework for Lawyers
  • Development of Corporate Data Protection Program
  • What? Employees Have Privacy Rights Too?

DETAILS
Live Webcast
Thursday, October 6, 2022
8:55 AM–4:40 PM

AGENDA
Click here to view the full program agenda.

SPEAKERS

  • Robert M. Botkin, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, Raleigh
  • Katrina Church, Bioventus LLC, Durham
  • Matthew A. Cordell, VF Corporation, Greensboro
  • Seth Cutler, Raleigh
  • Angela P. Doughty, Ward and Smith PA, New Bern
  • Sarah F. Hutchins, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, Charlotte
  • Elizabeth H. Johnson, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP, Raleigh
  • Karin M. McGinnis, Moore & Van Allen PLLC, Charlotte
  • Sarah H. Negus, Moore & Van Allen PLLC, Charlotte
  • Richard Peters, Berkeley Research Group (BRG), Houston, TX
  • Steven W. "Will" Quick, Brooks Pierce McLendon Humphrey & Leonard LLP, Raleigh
  • Steven T. Snyder, Charlotte
  • Amy R. Worley, Berkeley Research Group (BRG), Raleigh
  • Uta M. Zacharias, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of NC, Cary

PLANNED BY
NCBA Privacy & Data Security Section

  • Tiffany M. Burba, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, Raleigh (Planner)
  • Angela P. Doughty, Ward and Smith PA, New Bern (Planner)
  • Molly F. Martinson, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP, Raleigh (Planner)
  • Peter N. McClelland, CyberArk Software Inc., Burlington (Planner)
  • Karin M. McGinnis, Moore & Van Allen PLLC, Charlotte (Planner)
  • Matthew Meinel, Berkeley Research Group (BRG), Raleigh (Planner)

APPROVED CREDIT
North Carolina: 6.00 MCLE Hours

Includes
1.00 Ethics/Professional Responsibility
3.00 Technology Training
Qualifies for NC State Bar Privacy & Information Security Law Specialization


PROGRAM PRICING

See pricing below. Discounts may be available for NCBA members who are students, law professors, judges or legal services/public interest attorneys. Call CLE at 919.677.0561 for details.