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Privacy & Security in the Age of Global Investigations:
A 3-part Webinar Series presented by





Technology is evolving at warp speed, impacting the way we operate at every level.  The threat of cyber breach, data protection, regulatory compliance and mobility are just a handful of the things keeping all of us up at night. 
 
Our 3-part webinar series looks in depth at these global trends, how they impact enterprise operations and practical implications:


4 October: 
Data Security and Data Protection in the EU: What You Need to Know


11 October: 
Challenges Mobile Devices Pose in Global Investigations: What are “Reasonable Measures?”

1 November 
Key EU Privacy and Data Confidentiality Requirements: The State of the Art


All webinars will be held at 9:00AM ET / 2:00PM UK / 3:00PM CEST




4 October:

Data Security and Data Protection in the EU:
What You Need to Know


Discussion Topics:

  • “Cybersecurity” is on everyone’s minds these days; what special requirements or provisions obtain the EU that might be distinct from other jurisdictions?
  • Especially with regard to what “reasonable precautions” actually means in practice?
  • What are the material differences between EU and US or other key jurisdictions?
  • How are the standards enforced?
  • What penalties might obtain and what defenses are available?
Panelists will include:
Christine Braamskamp, Partner, K&L Gates, London
Roland Marko, Partner, Wolf Theiss, Vienna

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11 October:
Challenges Mobile Devices Pose in Global Investigations: What are “Reasonable Measures?”


Discussion Topics:

  • To some extent, the ubiquity of mobile devices—and many people’s use of them as their primary digital interface—has come in the aftermath of the first wave of standards being set for e-discovery, data retention, and so on.
  • What are a party’s duties of control, retention, production, and so on?
  • In terms of data generated on or stored in mobile devices, where is the line drawn between what the corporate entity (presumably your client) is deemed responsible for as opposed to what the individual possessing the mobile device is responsible for? Is it primarily based on (a) physical possession; (b) legal title/ownership; (c) beneficial ownership/control; or (d) some other factor or combination?
  • Enforcement procedures including parties, venue, noteworthy procedural requirements?
Panelists will include:
Ian De Freitas, Partner, BLP, London
Tim Hickman, Counsel, White & Case, London
Kevin DeLong, Vice President of Mobile Investigations, AccessData

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1 November:
Key EU Privacy and Data Confidentiality Requirements:
The State of the Art


Discussion Topics:

  • What are the essential EU privacy and data confidentiality requirements?
  • How do they differ from standards in the US and/or other key jurisdictions?
  • In practice, how are they enforced? Private actions? Regulatory action? 
  • In practice, what are the consequences of violating the requirements?
  • How would you counsel a client required to come into compliance with these requirements for the first time?
Panelists will include:
Kristen Mathews, Partner, Proskauer, New York
Detlev Gabel, Partner, White & Case, Frankfurt
Sarah Turpin, Partner, K&L Gates, London
Carolyn Casey, Sr. Director, Industry Relations, AccessData

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