Privacy & Security of Consumer Information

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

About

In the publication for the American Conference Institute's forum on Privacy & Security of Consumer Information you will learn from leading privacy law experts how to:

  • Respond to a security breach
  • How to use the latest technology to twart the latest security attacks
  • Legislative developments on federal privacy laws for 2007
  • Identify lapses and implement proper security for laptops and PDAs
  • Get an overview on privacy and security of consumer information
  • How to structure and measure the success of your privacy program

Contents & Contributors

About

In the publication for the American Conference Institute's forum on Privacy & Security of Consumer Information you will learn from leading privacy law experts how to:

  • Respond to a security breach
  • How to use the latest technology to twart the latest security attacks
  • Legislative developments on federal privacy laws for 2007
  • Identify lapses and implement proper security for laptops and PDAs
  • Get an overview on privacy and security of consumer information
  • How to structure and measure the success of your privacy program

Contents & Contributors


SECURITY BREACH NOTIFICATION: REQUIREMENTS, POLICIES & BENCHMARKING
Lynn A. Goldstein, JP Morgan Chase & Co. (Chicago, IL)

RESPONDING TO A DATA BREACH
Lisa J. Sotto, Hunton & Williams (New York, NY)

REGULATORY & ENFORCEMENT UPDATE: WHAT'S ON THE FEDERAL PRIVACY LAW RADAR?
Betsy Broder, Federal Trade Commission (Washington, DC)

MONITORING & OVERSIGHT OF THIRD PARTIES/BUSINESS PARTNERS TO MITIGATE RISK
D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Kelley Drye Collier Shannon (Washington, DC)

USING TECHNOLOGY TO THWART THE LATEST SECURITY ATTACKS
Norm Barber, Microsoft Corporation (New York, NY)

THE HUMAN FACTOR IN PHISHING
Markus Jakobsson, The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (Bloomington, IN)

LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS ON FEDERAL PRIVACY LAWS FOR 2007
Thomas M. Boyd, Alston & Bird LLP (Washington, DC)

STATE PRIVACY LAW TRENDS
Joanne McNabb, Department of Consumer Affairs (Sacramento, CA)

PRIVACY AND SECURITY OF CONSUMER INFORMATION: STATE OVERVIEW
Tony Hadley, Government Affairs, Experian (Washington, DC)

UPDATE ON GLOBAL PRIVACY
Orrie Dinstein, GE Commercial Finance (Hartford, CT)
Miriam Wugmeister, Morrison & Foerster (New York, NY)

STRUCTURING & MEASURING THE SUCCESS OF YOUR PRIVACY PROGRAM
Brian K. Dean, KeyCorp/KeyBank (Cleveland, OH)
Julianne Inozemcev, Ernst & Young LLP (New York, NY)
Campbell Tucker, Wachovia (Charlotte, NC)



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