Online Content 2017

We recorded nearly 60 sessions that were held at the main Privacy + Security Forum event on October 4-6, 2017. You can purchase access to all of this archived content and view as many sessions as you want for a period of 6 months. After you purchase access, we’ll send you a login. We posted a snippet from one of the videos so you can preview the quality of the recordings.

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Video Excerpt: Is Your Connected Home a Government Spy

Purchase Online Content 2017

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$499

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$299

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Recorded Sessions 2017

When Lawyers and Technologists Team Up
Vendor Management on Both Sides of the Ocean
US and EU Telecom Privacy and Security
The Privacy Ethics of Big Data and AI
The Legal Challenge of User-Posted Visual Images
The GDPR and Technology
The GDPR: What Will Change? What Remains the Same?
The Future of Behavioral Data: Exploring Emerging Use Cases
The FTC’s Privacy and Security Enforcement in the New Trump Administration
The FCC’s Evolving View on Privacy and Data Security
Recent Developments in Cybersecurity Law
Ransomware in Healthcare and Continuity of Operations
Ransomware: Legal Implications
Private-Public Relationships for Cyber Information Sharing
Privacy in the Connected Car: Technical and Policy Considerations
Privacy in M&A Transactions
Privacy and Security Issues for Smart TVs
Privacy & Security Executives in the Board Room: How to Elevate Your Role and Your Career
Preparing for GDPR: Attaining and Demonstrating Compliance
Payment Card Industry Compliance – That Applies to Us?
Oversight of Foreign Intelligence Activities
Operationalise GDPR and Privacy by Design: What to Automate in Your Privacy Programme
New York Cybersecurity Regulation: Sarbanes Oxley Meets Cyber
Managing Data Security Contracts and Multiple Obligations
Look Who’s Talking: The Legal Implications of Smart Toys & Chatbots
Japanese Privacy and Data Protection Law
Incident Response Surprises Under GDPR
Home Assistants and ECPA CALEA: Is Your Connected Home a Government Spy
Healthcare Data Breaches: Unique Industry Issues and Prevention Strategies
Health Data Beyond Patient Records: Physiological Environmental and Behavioral Data Mobile Solutions
Government’s Role in Disclosing Vulnerabilities
Governance: How Security Builds Successful Bridges
Good Bots and Bad Bots: Privacy and Security in the Age of AI and Machine Learning
GDPR Transparency: Best Practices
GDPR Data Compliance and Data Governance
GDPR: Complying with Data Subjects’ Rights
From Big Data to Machine Learning to AI
Different Agencies, the Same Internet of Things (IoT)
Device Fingerprinting: An Introduction and Review of US and EU Privacy Issues
Developing a Common Framework for Achieving Risk Reduction
Data Protection Officer in the EU
Data Protection and Privacy in Latin America
Data Breaches: Understanding the Spectrum of Risk
Data Breach vs Privacy Class Action Suits: Claims Strategies Settlements and Legal Trends
Cybersecurity Regulatory Smackdown NY State vs Feds vs EU vs Trump Administration
Cyber Security is a Boardroom Issue: Latest Trends in Security and How to Avoid a Data Breach
Communicating and Remediating the Incident: How Best to Share and Protect Information
Big Data Meets Big Privacy: Balancing Legal and Business Risk
Blockchain Revolution: How it Works and Issues to Consider
Case Studies in Algorithms: Weighing Privacy Risks
Current and Future HHS Initiatives in Health Privacy
Cyber Incident Investigations
Cyber Insurance: Increasing Impact and Influence on Incident Response
Cyber Insurance: Quantifying and Mitigating Risks