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September 2020 Webinar 3 (1 CPE) - Encryption as a privacy solution after the invalidation of Privac
Sep 17, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PT)
September 2020 Webinar 3 (1 CPE) - Encryption as a privacy solution after the invalidation of Privacy Shield in Schrems II
On July 16th the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated Privacy Shield and effectively imposed on organizations exporting data out of the EU the obligation to ensure effective “adequate safeguards” are in place to ensure privacy and prevent surveillance. Encryption has long been a prominent technical solve to enhance security and guard against surveillance, but there have been pit-falls that made its use either impractical or cost-prohibited. Join us for a discussion as to how new advances in encryption can be effectively deployed to comply with the EU mandate and enhance security.
6:00 - 6:05
- Welcome and Introduction
6:05 - 6:45
Encryption as a privacy solution after the invalidation of Privacy Shield in Schrems II
6:45 - 6:55
- Q & A
6:55 - 7:00
Lydia De La Torre
Adjunct Professor / Of Counsel
Santa Clara Law School / Squire Patton Bogs
Group Product Manager - Privacy and Data Protection Office
Lydia is Of Counsel at Squire Patton Boggs, the editor of Golden Data, and an adjunct professor of comparative privacy law at Santa Clara University Law School. Lydia provides strategic privacy, data protection and cybersecurity advice, and she is an expert in the GDPR and the CCPA. She is licensed to practice law in Europe (Spain) and the US (California) and has over 15 years of experience working in privacy, both in-house and as outside counsel, for organizations that run the gamut, from pre-IPO start-ups to mature Fortune 500 companies, in a multitude of industries, including e-commerce, fintech and computer hardware.
Ben is a Group Product Manager at Google in the Privacy and Data Protection Office (PDPO). Benjamin has a varied engineering background ranging from designing embedded motor controllers and firmware, car navigation, video transport at Skype, developing mobile OS Apps and services, as well as being responsible for Android OS Framework & Privacy. Lately, he’s bringing that software engineering and product development perspective to lead efforts that instill and design privacy across Google’s products and services, and beyond.
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