Best Practices for In-House Management of Data Privacy & Security Matters
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Does your organization adequately protect private and confidential information? How would you respond to a loss or breach of data? Data security breaches surged last year, exposing tons of sensitive customer, employee and corporate information to data security breaches and corporate espionage. These breaches pose significant risks as companies are faced with costly claims and loss of customer trust.
This presentation will cover strategies for managing data privacy and protection along with the best practices for:
Manuel joined Motorola’s Legal Department as Labor & Employment Counsel 1998. He leads the Labor & Employment team since 2012 and established the Privacy & Data Protection compliance practice in 2013. Since September of 2014, when he became head of Litigation, he leads the company’s expanded Litigation, Data Protection & Employment Law practice group. From 2007-2010, Mr. Cuevas-Trisán served as Senior Commercial Counsel for Motorola’s Supply Chain organization, and led the legal team that supported Mobile Devices sales & field operations throughout Latin America.
Tara is the Director of Consulting of Driven, Inc. She consults with companies and law firms to create information management and efficient e-discovery processes that reflect a best fit for each client and case. Through her experiences as an attorney and technology consultant, Tara has managed large scale projects involving data remediation, litigation, investigations, mergers, & due diligence. Tara speaks and writes frequently on information management and e-discovery, & is a member of The Sedona Conference® Working Group 1. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Vice President, Litigation, Data Protection & Employment Law
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Tara Emory, PMP, CEDS
Director of Consulting
Amor is a partner DLA Piper, and his expertise in e-discovery, records and information management and data privacy is widely known. In 2003, he served on the American Bar Association (ABA) task force responsible for the 2004 e-discovery amendments to the 1999 Discovery Standards promulgated by the Section of Litigation. Having served on various working groups for The Sedona Conference ®, an e-discovery think-tank, Amor has sat on the corporate board and served as the chair and editor-in-chief to the organization’s Working Group 6 that focuses on data privacy and electronic discovery internationally.
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