California’s Consumer Privacy Act of 2018: Navigating the New Statutory Privacy Standard
9:30 AM-10:30 AM EST
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 provides consumers with expansive rights and control over their personal information obtained by or shared with businesses. Determine whether your organization must comply, disclosure requirements, noncompliance penalties and insurance coverage implications. Study the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for parallels to coverage and claims under the California act in order to protect your organization from potential violations.
Speakers: Robert Wallan and John Kline
Cyber Liability for Autonomous Vehicles: Operations, Data Communication and Personal Data Storage
11:00 AM-12:00 PM EST
When Chrysler recalled 1.4 million cars for software updates after the remote-commandeering of a Jeep, it made evident the broad nature of self-driving vehicle cyber liability. Examine the operational, data communication and personal data storage concerns generated by on-board sensors, collision avoidance systems and coordinated operations. Study the requirements for secure data communication protocols and personal data storage. Review privacy concerns and potentially global legal liability.
Speakers: Kellie Howard-Goudy and Craig Hoffman
Strategic Risk Management and Cyber Risk at 50,000 Feet
1:30 PM-2:30 PM EST
CEOs tell us that cyber risk is one of the top three concerns for boards. So, boost your effectiveness in influencing C-suite decision making by improving your understanding of cyber risk’s technical aspects. Prepare to build buy-in with your CIO. Become more empowered and effective in evaluating the cyber risk landscape as it affects your operations and overall risk. Dissect the latest trends. And look out for key cyber risk traits in talent management for the future. Hosted by the RIMS Dallas Fort Worth Chapter.
Speakers: Ellen Shew Holland, Dorina Hertner, Debra Lee Richardson