Financial Privacy in the Trenches: A Special Webinar on Identifying and Mitigating Risk in the Trickiest Data Use Situations
Director, Managing Counsel (Privacy, Trust, & Partnerships)
Jonathan D. Lund
Assistant General Counsel - Digital & Payments
Rachel R. Marmor
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Register for this FREE webinar featuring seasoned data privacy experts from industry and with cross-industry experience. The discussion will delve into the current state of privacy debates at the state and federal levels, explore how FinTechs can best manage the requirements of the GLBA, and discuss how to deal with day-to-day privacy issues around data sharing and data governance.
This webinar is approved for CLE credit in California, New York, and New Jersey – Earn 1 CLE credit.
I. Setting the Stage: What Is Currently Happening in the Privacy World?
- Which states are debating new privacy legislation?
- What is going on at the federal level? (federal legislation, CFPB rulemaking)
- Themes that legislatures are talking about
- What’s the hold up?
II. GLBA Exception
- How do FIs/Fintechs get caught even if most of their data is subject to GLBA?
- Partnership contracts that request privacy promises/commitments to meet certain legal standards
- Consumer expectations of FIs/FinTech being set by CCPA, even if not applicable.
- What should FinTechs be doing no matter what?
III. Dealing with Privacy Issues Day to Day
- Data Sharing – “Data is the new oil”
- Changing rules around consent
- Offering transparency in indirect consumer relationships
- Understanding data flow
- Marketing Uses
- Dealing with “take it or leave it” contracts or
- Data Governance
- Everyone wants to do it, but no one knows how.
- Lessons learned on data mapping.
- What to do if you want to tackle data retention.
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