Privacy Law for Information Security Professionals
Chief Information Security Officers and other information security professionals play a vital role in the protection of personal information in their organizations’ custody and control. As part of their day-to-day functions, information security professionals are increasingly focused on ensuring that their organizations comply with safeguarding and related requirements under Canadian privacy laws, as well as intensifying Canadian federal and provincial privacy and other regulatory authority expectations.
Join us for a two hour, interactive Privacy Law Primer workshop at 12 PM on Wednesday, April 6 (EDT), designed specifically for Chief Information Security Officers and other information security professionals in the private, public and health sectors.
In this workshop, Adam Kardash will lead a presentation designed to de-mystify key privacy law concepts and highlight recent developments and risks in the privacy arena relevant for information security professionals.
- A snapshot summary of key concepts and requirements under Canadian privacy laws;
- The meaning and scope of statutory safeguarding requirements;
- An overview of the federal and provincial security breach notification requirements;
- Key takeaways from privacy regulatory authority decisions and guidance regarding safeguarding of personal information;
- Risks and practical implications arising from security breach notification regimes;
- Class action and other litigation developments; and
- The operational impact of Canadian privacy legislative reform for information security professionals.
The presentation will be followed by a Q & A for attendees.
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