American Conference Institute's 13th Annual Legal and Compliance Forum on
Privacy & Security of Consumer and Employee Information
Tuesday, February 05 to Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Washington Hilton, Washington, DC
FTC, SEC, Department of Commerce, HHS, numerous state AG offices and agencies and dozens of in-house Privacy & Data Security experts are congregating in DC just after the Presidential Inauguration to plan ahead for 2013 and navigate the increasingly global nature of the industry.
The ever increasing use of social media by employees in the workforce, privacy violations with online behavioral advertising, and potential privacy and security risks associated with social media sites have prompted federal and state regulators to create stricter enforcement initiatives to protect the privacy of consumer and employee information. The industry is one step closer to a national cyber notifi cation law which will not only pre-empt state notifi cation bills but permanently change how companies and organizations respond to data breaches. In addition, the Department of Commerce NTIA multistakeholder process has taken a closer look at mobile apps and its potential threat and risk to consumer privacy. These and other initiatives are clear signals that the industry is evolving and changing at a rapid pace.
To that end it is imperative that privacy and compliance officers, in-house counsel, senior executives and outside attorneys specializing in the field of data privacy and information security take note of the many and different ways privacy can be threatened in the face of advanced and sophisticated technology. Organizations, and their counsel, must be prepared and have data prevention plans in place in the event of a major security breach.
ACI’s 13th National Forum on Privacy & Security of Consumer and Employee Information is the definitive source for privacy and information security leaders to obtain proactive strategies for compliance with the latest privacy regulations and laws, and best practices for safeguarding the information of consumers and employees. This is an unparalleled opportunity to benchmark your practices with top privacy professionals in leading organizations. Learn how to minimize exposure and protect sensitive data while ensuring you are up to date with the emerging trends in the rapidly advancing area of data privacy and information security.
Don’t miss this rare chance to network with preeminent privacy professionals from Macy’s, GE Capital, Visa, W.R. Grace, Mayo Clinic, Hewlett-Packard Company, Walgreens, Farmers Group, Chubb, MetLife, Philips Electronics, Chevron, Hartford Financial, American Eagle Outfi tters, JP Morgan Chase, Microsoft, Condé Nast, Beazley Group, Hilton, Symantec Corporation, Graduate Management Admission Council and many others.
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Tue, Feb 05, 2013
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