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On the Convergence of Data Privacy and Data Security

Companies today are facing pressure from consumers and regulatory authorities to protect personal and sensitive data. Rather than solely looking at the downsides of not complying with regulations like CCPA and GDRP, there are business benefits to complying with them and even going beyond them in an age where personal data is the “new oil.”

Join this exclusive video interview with Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovative Officer of Spirion to learn more about the convergence of data security and data privacy and what this means for your organization.

Viewers will have an opportunity to learn more about:
- NIST privacy framework version 1.0. and its potential impact on the data privacy and security communities
- How a CISO or Chief Compliance Officer can use the NIST Framework
- How do data privacy and data security converge in order for companies to best protect themselves and ward off attacks on privacy
- What business benefits do companies receive by investing in data privacy software
- In what ways are consumer attitudes changing for how companies treat their customers’ personal data? What implications does this hold for corporate strategy?
- The top 2-3 risks where business may fall behind in compliance
- How to operationalize a privacy program

This video interview will be broadcast LIVE from San Francisco during the 2020 RSA Conference.
Recorded Feb 26 2020 28 mins
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  • Emerging methods for securing the data supply chain Oct 27 2020 4:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    Gabriel Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer at Spirion
    Privacy Grade: data discovery, classification, and remediation.

    The exponential growth of data is viewed as a business opportunity as well as a hardship. Today, organizations have several ways in which data is created, shared and handled, whether it is internally sourced or through 3rd parties. Regardless of how it is obtained, how it is secured through business activities is a paramount responsibility with detrimental outcomes if done poorly.

    Join Spirion’s webinar “ Emerging methods for securing the data supply chain”, hosted by our Chief Innovation Officer, Gabe Gumbs as he explores securing the data supply chain through emerging methods for reducing the risk of sensitive data being compromised or misused.

    Learn what it means to be privacy grade:
    -Understand how analytics improves a data privacy program
    -Determine what security and privacy measures must be in place in the data supply chain
    -Hear use cases that help fortify an organization’s data security program

    Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer at Spirion

    Gabe Gumbs has a deep-rooted passion for technology, information security, and problem-solving. As Chief Innovation Officer of Spirion—a leader in rapid identification and protection of sensitive data—he’s channeling that passion to make the digital world a safer place. Wielding a unique mix of technical vision, marketing, and business acumen, Gabe is shaping the future of data security and protecting the sensitive personal data of customers, colleagues, and communities around the world.
  • GDPR: Lessons Learned From 200 Companies Who Got It Wrong Oct 22 2020 4:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    About: Since EU supervisory authorities began GDPR enforcement in May of 2018, over 200 companies and government agencies have been punished for privacy and security failures by EU authorities. Those companies include both marquee and non-household brands where close to €400M in proposed fines were issued. The failures to comply were attributable to not having basic privacy and security practices in place. In this webinar, we will review several post-mortems, determine what went wrong, and discuss the implications for not complying with the privacy and security requirements of the GDPR going forward.

    Key takeaways include:

    -Understanding what regulators consider when issuing a penalty

    -Generating better privacy success measurements by leveraging the NIST Privacy Framework and ISO 27701

    -Applying these lessons for California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • The Quiet Revolution: What You Need to Know About U.S. State Privacy Laws Oct 15 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    The legislative sessions for U.S. states in 2019 produced an unprecedented number of new or updated data protection statutes and regulations.

    This trend continues in 2020- noteworthy among these new laws are New York state’s SHIELD Act, California’s data broker registration statute, and at least six additional state implementations of the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law. Add to this multiple, last-minute changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) and understanding exactly what’s expected of businesses can be daunting.

    In this highly interactive presentation, Spirion's data protection industry veteran, Scott Giordano, will highlight important changes in the U.S. data protection landscape and what it means for your program.

    Discover in this webinar:

    -An understanding of the most pressing requirements of the new laws
    -How to prioritize and rationalize your compliance efforts
    -A preview of even more state laws on the horizon and how to prepare

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • California Privacy Rights Act: Significance and Preparation Oct 6 2020 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    Over 900,000 signatures are in, enough for the newest privacy initiative, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), to qualify for the state’s November 2020 ballot. The CPRA will be the most restrictive data protection law in the USA, with severe limits on consumer profiling, the creation of an enforcement agency, and substantial increases in penalties.

    This mandate promises to give Californians the most robust data privacy rights in the United States. Attend the industry’s first CPRA webinar, Preparing for the Newest Privacy Initiative: the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), with Scott Giordano, Spirion’s Privacy and Compliance VP and Sr. Legal Counsel to:

    -Understand the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA or CCPA 2.0) landscape
    -Gain insight into business, service provider, and third-party security requirements
    -Operationalize your business’s data protection program for CPRA

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • Finding, Classifying, and Securing Personal Information Under the CCPA Sep 24 2020 4:00 pm UTC 37 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) likely represents the most stringent privacy statute to be enacted at the U.S. state level and applies to all businesses in the U.S. and potentially to those around the world.

    It’s definition of personal information is surprisingly broad, and includes purchasing histories, interactions with web sites and advertisements, and even inferences made from personal information. However, other states have not been idle in the data protection realm and have updated their statutes and regulations to also expand the definition of personal information.

    In this “hands on” webinar, two data protection industry veterans describe how these new laws define personal information and demonstrate how you can find and secure them wherever they exist in your information “ecosystem.”

    Takeaways include:

    -An understanding of how the CCPA defines personal information
    -Strategies for locating personal information, both structured and unstructured, behind your firewall and in the cloud
    -How to demonstrate compliance to business partners and regulatory authorities

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • GDPR vs. CCPA vs. CCPA 2.0: 10 Critical Differences Recorded: Sep 17 2020 60 mins
    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    “The CCPA is just the U.S. version of the GDPR.”

    “If I’m compliant with the GDPR, I’m also compliant with the CCPA.”

    “Personal data under GDPR is the same as personal information under CCPA.”

    All of this common wisdom about the GDPR and CCPA is arguably false. In fact, there are numerous differences, some great and some subtle, between the two that serve as traps for the unwary. Add to this the upcoming CCPA 2.0, with its new class of (and significant restrictions on the use of) personal information, and the potential for consumer complaints and disputes with supply-chain members becomes dramatic. In this interactive webinar, a privacy and security industry veteran will analyze, compare, and contrast these laws and offer insight into what they mean for your data protection program.

    Takeaways include:

    -Key differences between the three laws that impact your data protection strategy
    -Avoiding conflicts with supply-chain members and other business partners
    -How to leverage current compliance efforts for CCPA 2.0 and other upcoming data protection laws

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • The California Consumer Privacy Act: Your Questions, Answered Recorded: Sep 15 2020 61 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 became effective on January 1, 2020 and has effectively become the data protection standard for the United States. However, the Act’s implementation has resulted in numerous ambiguities and has raised a host of questions: What elements of the Act are enforceable by private parties? When will the Attorney General begin issuing fines? How does a business “cure” a breach? The uncertainties surrounding the Act seem almost endless and U.S. businesses are having to make commitments now, often with little guidance. In this highly interactive webcast, a data protection industry veteran will answer your most pressing questions and share the latest updates from the California state government.

    Key takeaways include:

    -Insight into what qualifies as a “sale”
    -Perspective on how the CCPA Regulations have expanded the scope of the Act
    -Analysis of the upcoming California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act


    About the speaker:

    Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • Five Things You Need to Know About New CCPA Regulations Recorded: Sep 10 2020 60 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
    On March 11, 2020, the California Attorney General issued another set of revisions to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 regulations. Updates include guidance on IP addresses, privacy policy disclosures, and denying deletion requests. While the regulations address many questions, they still leave much unanswered, and privacy/security professionals need clarity ahead of the July 1, 2020 compliance deadline.

    In this interactive presentation, a data protection industry veteran will offer perspective on the Regulations and five ways professionals can hedge their compliance bets ahead of the deadline.

    Takeaways include:

    -Understand the most pressing elements of the Regulations
    -Learn how to prioritize and rationalize your compliance efforts
    -How to leverage your efforts in advance of CCPA 2.0

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • Meet Data's New Alpha: Data Privacy Manager Demo Recorded: Aug 17 2020 32 mins
    Allison Kazerounian, Director of Product Marketing and Rob Server, Product Manager, Spirion
    Spirion invites you to see the capabilities of the latest privacy-grade™ solution, Data Privacy Manager. Watch our product team share the results of combining 15 years of the industry-leading data protection experience with a best-in-class cloud offering.


    What you’ll see and learn in this on-demand recording:

    -How Data Privacy Manager discovers, classifies, and remediates sensitive data, wherever it lives
    -The benefits arise by automating complex tasks and workflows
    -How a near-zero maintenance platform works
    -Why support for additional on-premise and cloud-based data sources matter
    -How to protect against data breaches and improve privacy regulation compliance

    See the fast, modern SaaS architecture with game-changing functionality that Data Privacy Manager offers. This solution is built on our data privacy management framework, helping you accurately discover, classify, understand, control, and protect sensitive data.

    Watch now to see how Spirion Data Privacy Manager provides data security, privacy, and peace of mind.
  • 10 Data Protection Tactics To Act On For Remote Working Recorded: Aug 17 2020 53 mins
    Mike Scott, Chief Security Officer at Spirion
    With the sudden shift to remote work, security professionals need to ensure the safety of their company's data and remote workers' endpoints. Some employees will be using company-issued laptops with the proper software and updates, while others will be using personal laptops connected to home networks.

    In this webinar, Mike Scott, Chief Security Officer at Spirion, will walk you through his 10 Data Protection Tactics To Act On For Remote Working.

    What you’ll learn:

    -Best ways to communicate good data privacy and security habits to your employees.

    -Critical security issues that should not be overlooked with remote work.

    -How to increase awareness around common scams and hacks that often increase during crises.
  • Insider Threats and Hunting the Enemy Within Recorded: Aug 3 2020 59 mins
    Shawn Fleury (Crypsis Group), Gabe Gumbs (Spirion), Sai Chavali (Proofpoint), Lisa Plaggemier (MediaPRO)
    Insider threats - whether they are current or former employees, contractors or partners with access to company systems or data who use that access maliciously or unintentionally - account for 60 percent of cyber attacks. 
    Insider threats are difficult to detect, and in many cases they can go unnoticed for months or years. In fact, detecting an internal threat is one of most difficult and ungrateful tasks for security teams in the organization. 

    Join this panel of security experts as they discuss insider threat hunting techniques and recommendations for safeguarding the enterprise against internal and external threats.

    - Why are insider threats so dangerous
    - Technical and human factor challenges 
    - How to detect and prevent malicious insider activity
    - How to keep the biggest threats to your organization at bay

    Speakers:
    Shawn Fleury, Director of Risk Management, The Crypsis Group
    Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer, Spirion
    Sai Chavali, Sr Product Marketing Manager, Proofpoint Insider Threat Management
    Lisa Plaggemier, Chief Strategy Officer, MediaPRO
  • Forget About It! - Making Sense of GDPR's Most Notorious Pro Recorded: Aug 3 2020 29 mins
    Gabe Gumbs (Spirion) & Nathan Wenzler, (Tenable)
    The right to be forgotten—part of the GDPR that allows people to have negative private information removed from Internet searches and directories—is seen by many as a victory for data privacy. To others, it’s burdensome and unworkable. After all, how can you be sure you’ve “forgotten” someone without retaining any information about the person you’ve forgotten?

    Join this exclusive virtual interview with Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer of Spirion during Black Hat to make sense of GDPR’s most notorious provision and learn more about:

    - The paradox of the right to be forgotten
    - Data Subject/Consumer Rights under GDPR and CCPA
    - What are data inventories and how to leverage them to fulfill compliance requirements
    - Why you need great data discovery and identification in order to have data privacy
    - How businesses are handling increasing privacy and security concerns in the COVID19 / remote working era
    - Recommendations for improving data privacy and security

    Speakers:
    Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer, Spirion
    Nathan Wenzler, Chief Security Strategist, Tenable
  • On the Convergence of Data Privacy and Data Security Recorded: Feb 26 2020 28 mins
    Gabriel Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer, Spirion & Pam Nigro, Board Director, ISACA
    Companies today are facing pressure from consumers and regulatory authorities to protect personal and sensitive data. Rather than solely looking at the downsides of not complying with regulations like CCPA and GDRP, there are business benefits to complying with them and even going beyond them in an age where personal data is the “new oil.”

    Join this exclusive video interview with Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovative Officer of Spirion to learn more about the convergence of data security and data privacy and what this means for your organization.

    Viewers will have an opportunity to learn more about:
    - NIST privacy framework version 1.0. and its potential impact on the data privacy and security communities
    - How a CISO or Chief Compliance Officer can use the NIST Framework
    - How do data privacy and data security converge in order for companies to best protect themselves and ward off attacks on privacy
    - What business benefits do companies receive by investing in data privacy software
    - In what ways are consumer attitudes changing for how companies treat their customers’ personal data? What implications does this hold for corporate strategy?
    - The top 2-3 risks where business may fall behind in compliance
    - How to operationalize a privacy program

    This video interview will be broadcast LIVE from San Francisco during the 2020 RSA Conference.
  • Data Discovery, Privacy & Compliance in 2020 Recorded: Feb 26 2020 52 mins
    Rob Clyde (ISACA), Gabriel Gumbs (Spirion), Dimitri Sirota (BigID), Robert Cruz, (Smarsh)
    The regulatory landscape around the world has changed rapidly in the last few years. Growing concerns about privacy and how personal data is being collected, used and shared have spurred new regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and most recently, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). 

    How prepared is your organization when it comes to GDPR and CCPA compliance? 

    Join this panel of industry leaders for an interactive Q&A roundtable to learn more about:
    - The current compliance landscape around the world
    - The main differences between GDPR and CCPA and what this means for your organization
    - Why you shouldn't skip data discovery during your compliance program
    - How to leverage data inventories for CCPA and GDPR compliance
    - What to expect in 2020 and beyond
    - Strategies for data loss prevention
    - Best tools and practices for achieving and maintaining compliance

    This panel will be broadcast LIVE during RSA Conference in San Francisco.

    Speakers:
    Rob Clyde, Chair, ISACA & Board Director, Titus (Moderator)
    Gabriel Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer, Spirion
    Dimitri Sirota, CEO, BigID
    Robert Cruz, Vice President of Information Governance, Smarsh
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