Data incidents are inevitable, and the stakes are raised when they involve personal information. For companies with strict obligations to notify of a PI breach event, elapsed time and risk of incident severity are crucially related. To maintain compliance, privacy teams must balance the challenges of responding to incidents while increasing efficiency and effectiveness through digital transformation.
Join us for a panel discussion with industry leaders — Samaritan’s Purse Data Privacy Officer Kim Genobles and American Specialty Health Regulatory Strategic Development Vice President James Van Beek — both of whom have a wealth of knowledge and experience in privacy programs and operations. RadarFirst Vice President of Product Gregory Sikes will lead the discussion around the short- and long-term benefits of digital transformation and how embracing technology is a value-add to your privacy program.
● What do decision intelligence and digital transformation have in common?
● Best practices for navigating the 10 stages of privacy incident management.
● Pitfalls, cautionary tales and a framework to successfully embrace transformation through automation.
Programming and Speaker Specialist, IAPP
Gregory Sikes, Vice President of Product, RadarFirst
Kim Genobles, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, Data Privacy Officer, Samaritan’s Purse
James Van Beek, CIPP/US, VP of Regulatory Strategic Development, American Specialty Health
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