With many data privacy laws (such as GDPR, CCPA and CPRA) coming online globally, how can organizations be proactive rather than reactive to managing the security of their data? And how can data privacy management become an operational advantage that sets you apart from your competition? Security and privacy experts from TÜV SÜD and Relic Law will discuss the changes companies must make in order to bring their information management practices into compliance.
This webinar is applicable across a wide range of industries (e.g. healthcare, insurance, financial, services, manufacturing, etc.) and job responsibilities, including:
Michael J. Penders
Program Manager and Lead Auditor for Cybersecurity and Risk Management, TÜV SÜD America
Michael has over 25 years experience in cybersecurity, compliance, and risk management. He’s been a speaker at major conferences, before Congress, and chaired an international group of experts which developed standards for integrated security/risk management. He designs, implements, and audits Enterprise Risk Management and Information Security Management Systems conforming to ISO and National Standards.
Account Executive and Cybersecurity Lead, TÜV SÜD America
Ed Chandler has worked in the technology field since 2010, and Cybersecurity since 2011. During this time he has had great success working for organizations such as Trustwave, Great Bay Software, and Virtual Forge. In Cybersecurity he has had the opportunity to work with organizations in sectors such as: Financial Services, Education, Government, Healthcare, and Manufacturing.
Principal, Relic Law PLLC
Will Orlewicz is Principal at Relic Law PLLC. He advises clients on data privacyand cybersecurity governance, risk, and compliance. As a CIPP/US and CMMC-RP, Will assists clients in developing and operationalizing robust privacy and security programs. Will's portfolio includes alignments to GDPR, CCPA, NIST 800-171, ISO 27001, SOC 2, and other privacy and security frameworks.