2016 Privacy and Data Security Outlooks


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San Francisco, CA

On February 18, 2016 Bloomberg Law hosted the 2016 Outlook on Privacy & Data Security in San Francisco. Selected specifically because of its close proximity to leading high tech organizations and thought leaders, the audience was keen to hear about implications of the latest privacy and data security developments as they relate to Silicon Valley. Attendees walked away with expert guidance as speakers from Google, Symantec and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology spoke about the unique positions and challenges of high tech organizations with regards to privacy and data security.

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Apple v. FBI iPhone Encryption Debate
California Sets Reasonable Data Security Standard
EU Data Regulation Fines and Big Data
Data Subject Consent Under the New EU Regulation

Washington, D.C.

On February 3, 2016 Bloomberg Law hosted the 2016 Outlook on Privacy & Data Security in Washington, D.C. In a city with its pulse on all things policy-related, the packed room heard insights from experts at the Department of Homeland Security, DLA Piper, Paul Hastings LLP and Northrop Grumman Corporation into top privacy trends for 2016 and tips on how to navigate the new compliance landscape both in the U.S. and abroad. Expert panelists discussed significant data protection changes in the EU and privacy and cybersecurity developments in the U.S.


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EU Regulation Data Breach Notice Provisions
DHS Perspective on Sharing Threat Information Under CISA
What Companies Need to Know About Sharing Threat Data Under CISA

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