In the summer of 2018, California passed its landmark set of privacy statutes, the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA"), effective January 1, 2020. Since that time, numerous other states have added their own legislation, some more data privacy driven and others more focused on data security. That amalgam of laws added to a series of state enforcement agency regulations promulgated in Colorado, New York and Vermont. Pressure from global businesses, such as AT&T and IBM, urging the federal government to create a more comprehensive consumer data privacy law should only increase the number of state - and perhaps even federal- legislative introduced.
● Understanding the current status of nationwide state privacy statutes and administrative agency regulations
● As to the many organizations that have undergone GDPR compliance projects, gaining a sense of additional necessary steps to ease CCPA compliance fears
● Gathering specific practical tips to help create a robust and effective compliance program
● Learning about the landscape of U.S. and global enforcement actions
Robert D. Brownstone, Chair, Electronic Information Management (EIM) Practice Group; and Technology & eDiscovery Counsel - Fenwick & West LLP
Isis D. Miranda , Associate - Freeman Mathis & Gary