Bloomberg Law Looks Out for Privacy and Security in SF and D.C.

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Folks interested in getting the inside skinny on the most important privacy and data security issues of the day now have video recaps available from Bloomberg Law’s recent 2016 Privacy Outlook events in San Francisco and Washington.

The events featured in-house and outside legal counsel and academic, corporate and government experts discussing central privacy and data security issues for the year ahead.    

The San Francisco event focused on the unique challenges of high tech organizations with regards to privacy and data security. 

The D.C. event covered top privacy issues for 2016 and tips on how to navigate the new compliance landscape and the significant data protection changes in the U.S. and European Union. 

Topics at the two events included:

The San Francisco event featured Symantec Director of Global Privacy Demetrios A. Eleftheriou, Google Privacy Counsel Will DeVries and U.C. Berkeley Center for Law & Technology’s Chris Hoofnagle. 

The Washington event featured: DLA Piper partner’s Jim Halpert, Giangiacomo Olivia and Carol A.F. Umhoefe; Northrop Grumman Privacy Executive John Kropf; Paul Hastings of Counsel Jim Koenig; and Department of Homeland Security US-CERT Branch Chief Omar Cruz.

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