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Nov
05
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Robotic Automation for CCPA Compliance with PrivacyOps

Webinar hosted by 451 Research & PrivacyOps

The paradigm of data security is shifting and companies need to be on board ahead of time to avoid any mishaps. With the CCPA right around the corner, it is absolutely crucial for companies to gear up and improve their practices regarding data security.

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Privacy regulations such as CCPA give broad rights of access, control, and consent of personal data held by corporations to individuals. These stringent new requirements challenge traditional compliance and privacy management practices which are driven by cyclical, rather than iterative, surveys and assessments that are often manual in nature. It instead demands real-time and precise intelligence about personal data and consent amidst a myriad of IT systems and third-party vendors across a company. It also pressures organizations to adopt automated orchestration to streamline fulfillment of various privacy compliance requirements, such as the fulfillment of data subject requests, breach notifications, vendor assessments, and consent management. Compliance today, when executed systematically with automation, can be an opportunity to better manage and control enterprise data resources: fulfilling not only reactive regulatory requirements, but also accelerating proactive use cases such as data science and self-service analytics initiatives.

Join Paige Bartley, Senior Analyst of Data, AI & Analytics from 451 Research and Rehan Jalil, CEO of SECURITI.ai as they discuss these new regulatory compliance challenges as well as best practices to enable your organization to effectively comply with CCPA and beyond. They will examine:

  • Key aspects of the new CCPA regulations and why it’s different from existing regulations
  • A PrivacyOps approach to personal data intelligence-driven privacy automation and alignment of people, process and technology to efficiently comply with privacy regulations.
  • Automating discovery of personal data, DSR fulfillment, Vendor Assessment and Consent Management
Nov
12
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CIO Insight Call: PrivacyOps - The Impact of CCPA

Webinar hosted by Mayfield

The emerging field of PrivacyOps is a multi-disciplinary practice to automate compliance with privacy regulations in order to be responsible custodians of customer data. It involves a combination of philosophies, practices, cross-functional collaboration, automation, and orchestration that increases an organization’s ability to comply with a myriad of global privacy regulations reliably and with great speed.

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The emerging field of PrivacyOps is a multi-disciplinary practice to automate compliance with privacy regulations in order to be responsible custodians of customer data. It involves a combination of philosophies, practices, cross-functional collaboration, automation, and orchestration that increases an organization’s ability to comply with a myriad of global privacy regulations reliably and with great speed.

We will dive into how the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), going live in January 2020 will change the face of business for impacted companies and provide best practices for CIOs on the topic. Our guest speakers are Rehan Jalil, CEO of Securiti.ai and prior SVP & GM of Cloud Security at Symantec and Girard Kelly, Director of Privacy Program, Common Sense Media (the nonprofit behind the design of CCPA). They will bring a CIO view, and help articulate what is changing and how companies will need to react, leading a conversation around how CIOs can help their company get organized around PrivacyOps.

This Topic Includes:

  • How was CCPA created, and what is the background?
  • Understanding CCPA: deadlines & compliance
  • A better understanding of data privacy regulatory obligations and compliance requirements across all functions of the organization
  • A real time view of the data privacy risks that may exist inside a CIO’s org
  • How to operate various aspects of privacy practices at scale, across multiple applications
  • How a CIO can help enable effective collaboration across diverse teams, from legal, privacy, IT, cyber, marketing, development, & support groups
  • Defining a PrivacyOps role