Data Privacy Deep-Dive
(ISC)² Long Island Presents, “Data Privacy Deep-Dive”
On behalf of the board, please join us at our March meeting. This will be remote only and we expect to gradually return to hybrid meetings in April, details to follow. As a promotion, we encourage members to invite a guest at registration.
Additional details and registration information can be found at the “Register Now” link below. Members can get their promo codes by logging into the chapter website and going to their “My Page”. Sponsor promo codes have been previously distributed. Non-members can register for a nominal fee.
5:00 – 5:10 Welcome and Chapter Business
5:10 – 6:05 Data Privacy Deep-Dive
6:05 – 6:55 Data Privacy Panel Discussion
6:55 Session Wrap-up
Session 1 – Data Privacy and You
A deep dive into data privacy: what is it, why is it important, what are some of the key principles, what are some of the common mistakes and misconceptions, and what are the are the foundational elements for success.
About the Speaker:
Mike Vanderbilt is a senior data privacy, cybersecurity and operations leader offering more than 20 years of experience in multiple industries including higher education, software and technology, professional services, government contracting, healthcare and e-commerce. His
expertise spans operations, project and program management, systems design, resource planning and allocation, customer relations and expectation management, problem resolution and budget development, implementation and control. He is a privacy expert that offers insights and expertise relating to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA),
and other national and international data privacy regulations. His executive level experience includes serving as the vice president of operations for a large government contractor and serving as a chief operations officer at a technology services provider.
Session 2 – Data Privacy Panel Discussion
Select members of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy communities discuss impact of Data Privacy on their organizations and industry.
About the Panelists:
Gail Gottehrer, Esq
Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC
Karyn Leger, MBA, CHC, HCISPP, CHPC
Senior Executive Privacy & Security Compliance Officer
NYC Health + Hospitals
Jacob Burgess, JD, CHC, CHPC
Privacy Compliance Officer
Barry I. Dynkin
JD, 2014, Hofstra Univ; BA, 2012, Hofstra
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Additional Panelists Pending
About Gail Gottehrer
Gail’s practice focuses on helping companies monetize data and mitigate legal, regulatory, and reputational risk. She is an expert on the privacy, security, and legal issues associated the data collected and used by emerging technologies including AI, biometric devices and sensors, autonomous vehicles, the Internet of Things, blockchain, and the metaverse. She is one of the few defense lawyers to have been involved in the trial of a class action to verdict before a jury.
Gail has taught Law for Knowledge Innovation at Columbia University and is a Fellow at the Center for Legal Innovation at Vermont Law School. She has taught technology law courses for judges at the National Judicial College and the New York State Judicial Institute, and has guest lectured on vehicle data regulation at Stanford University, the Wharton School, and Interpol.
Gail Chairs the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession and its Cybersecurity Subcommittee. She serves as a member of the State of Connecticut’s Task Force to Study Autonomous Vehicles and Co-Chaired the Regulatory, Safety, Law and Policy Subcommittee of the New York State Bar Association’s Task Force on Autonomous Vehicles and the Law.
An internationally recognized thought leader, Gail served as a peer reviewer for Interpol’s Framework for Responding to a Drone Incident and was a speaker at Interpol’s 2019 Car Cyber Threats Expert Group Meeting. A member of the Atomium – European Institute for Science, Media and Democracy’s AI4People Automotive Committee, she co-authored a paper, AI4People: Ethical Guidelines for the Automotive Sector – Fundamental Requirements and Practical Recommendations, that was published in the International Journal of Technoethics (Volume 12, Issue 1, January-June 2021). She is also a member of the ITU’s Focus Group on AI for Autonomous and Assisted Driving and a contributor to its recently published report, Automated Driving Safety Data Protocol – Ethical and Legal Considerations of Continual Monitoring.
Gail was selected as one the Profiles in Diversity Journal’s 2017 Women Worth Watching in STEM and one of the Connecticut Technology Council’s 2016 Women of Innovation. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and served as a law clerk in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.
About Karyn Leger
Karyn Leger has spent her lifetime in the health care industry and currently works for New York City Health and Hospitals, the largest public health system in the United States. In her current role, she advises management on designing & implementing controls and training to improve compliance with patient privacy & security. Karyn also serves on the Board of Directors for Docs for Tots, a nonprofit serving children and families in the New York area by transforming pediatric practices and impacting state policy.
(Additional bios pending)
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