From California to the New York Island, This Data is Private for You and Me – Sponsored by LRN
From California to the New York island, this data is private for you and me! Inspired by the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the first law of its kind in the United States. The wide-ranging new regulations will bring sweeping changes to how covered companies – whether headquartered in California or not – must operate. Join our panel of experts as they discuss the current state of the legislation, the ongoing changes in guidance from the California AG, and practical impacts the CCPA may have on your Ethics & Compliance program.
Dennis DaymanIndustry Chief Privacy Officer
Dennis Dayman has more than 25 years of experience combating spam, security/privacy issues, data governance issues, and improving email delivery through industry policy, ISP relations and technical solutions. Dayman is an Advisor to US Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee (DPIAC) and an advisor to Osano; he was previously Return Path’s Chief Privacy and Security Officer. Dayman leveraged his experience and key relationships to provide best practices to his companies’ customers and ensure the compliance of their communications data flows. He was also responsible for coordinating and managing the company’s international electronic commerce, privacy, and Internet-related policy issues.
Jen FarthingChief Learning Officer, LRN
For five years, Jen has led strategic operations for education and learning product at LRN, a leading provider of ethics and compliance training. Jen joined LRN following 20 years in the publishing industry, where she has been an adult education product champion, and a specialist in matching solutions strategy, content, and delivery to audience in the most relevant, impactful ways possible. Jen leads operations for LRN’s Learning Library, Custom Content Solutions, and Translation and Localization teams. She works with a diverse group of global consultants, subject matter experts, editors, designers, and writers to inform and animate LRN’s Learning Program. Engaging adult learners and helping organizations meet their learning goals are the focus of Jen’s team, and she is also a member of LRN’s corporate leadership team. Recently Jen became a member of the World Economic Forum’s Initiative on the Future of Education, Gender, and Work and published an article on NY anti-sexual harassment training. Jen is a Doctoral candidate at Vanderbilt University’s program on Learning and Leading in Organizations, holds a Master of Science in Education, with a concentration in adult learning, Master of Arts in English, and a graduate certificate in Instructional Design.
Karen MooreChief Compliance Officer and Privacy Counsel, Unisys
Karen Moore is the Chief Compliance Officer and Privacy Counsel for Unisys Corporation, a multinational information technology and services company. She has held similar positions at Inchcape Shipping Services, Nasdaq, and Philip Morris International. Currently working in Reston, VA, Karen has also lived and worked in Moscow, Russia and Lausanne, Switzerland. Karen is a member of the NY Bar and holds a BA from Middlebury College and a JD from Emory University.