ISACA-IIA Mtg: FTC's Toughening Stance on Information Security and Privacy
Presenter: William Li, JD, CISSP
Join us for an in person ISACA Puget Sound Chapter joint meeting with the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) local chapter luncheon at the Columbia Tower Club. Lunch is included. Check in starts at 11:15am. The presentation will start at 11:30AM. CPE will be for 1.5 hours
Event Details: The Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is indicative of the continuing trend of increasingly stringent regulatory expectations in the realms of Information Security and Privacy.
Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of how these developments, while incremental, may require a more dramatic shift in mindset for organizations to strategically and ethically adapt. The presentation aims to equip ISACA members with actionable insights to align their information security approaches with these emerging regulations. It will underscore the importance of staying ahead in a landscape where compliance, trust, and ethical considerations are not just regulatory mandates but essential elements of organizational resilience and success.
Speaker Bio: William Li’s career in information security has put him at the forefront of navigating complex legal and ethical landscapes in technology. In his current role, William provides legal counsel to product teams at Salesforce, developing new services across the education, nonprofit, and healthcare industries. He is a frequent guest faculty member at the University of Washington School of Information, where he teaches technology ethics and information security leadership. William's professional journey spans three decades across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors and has included roles as a full-stack software developer, IT operations manager, in-house legal counsel, and CISO. This extensive experience uniquely positions him to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the evolving landscape of information security, privacy, and trust in technology.
Date: Tuesday, February 20 2024
Time: 11:30pm - 1:00pm PT
Location: Columbia Tower Club - 701 5th Ave, 75th Floor, Seattle, WA 98104
Pricing: Members - $30; Non-members - $40
Instructional delivery method: In person
CPE credit(s): 1.5 hours
Advanced preparation: None required
Refund Policy: Refunds up to 1 day before event