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[Earn CPE] Critical Steps to Manage CCPA Compliance and Risk in 2020

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) is arguably the most expansive privacy law in U.S. history and will become enforceable in just a matter of months. The CCPA introduces new privacy rights for consumers and will force companies that conduct business in the State of California to implement structural changes to their privacy programs.

The new rights given to California consumers are similar to the rights provided in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The CCPA also subjects non-compliant businesses to expensive fines, class-action lawsuits, and injunctions.

On this webinar, we will examine the impact of the CCPA, answer your burning questions, uncover the CCPA’s nuances, and address its ambiguities and challenges. We will also include strategies for creating compliance programs in the midst of the unknowns, and a strategic action plan for businesses to become compliant.
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    Jon Abbott, CEO, ThreatAware
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    Cybersecurity policies meant to protect sensitive information are often misunderstood, avoided, or circumvented by employees. Employees don’t like to be inconvenienced by the extra steps necessary for protection that to them seem unnecessary. This can be compounded by a complex cybersecurity environment with multiple competing standards that seem similar but have unique approaches, naming conventions, and acronyms.

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    Key takeaways:
    •Define cooperative compliance
    •Define and describe the cybersecurity foundational minimum
    •Describe communication strategies
    •Provide practical approaches based on the foundational minimum
    •Comment on useful tools, techniques, and approaches

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    NTT DATA Federal Services, Chief Technology Officer, Nat Bongiovanni is a US Navy veteran with over 35 years’ experience. Mr. Bongiovanni’s broad IT background allows him to view IT challenges through multiple lenses-- analyst, architect, manager, software developer and cybersecurity expert.

    Nat has spoken extensively on cybersecurity, software and policy development. He recently spearheaded a team of cyber experts to develop a cybersecurity solution to protect network assets and data from internal vulnerabilities.

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    Dawn Beyer, Senior Fellow, Lockheed Martin Space
    Attracting, developing, and retaining women in cyber top talent fields (continuation on the March WiCyS Conference Keynote).

    Dr. Dawn Beyer is a Lockheed Martin Senior Fellow. She has over 30 years of experience covering information security, information assurance, security engineering, cybersecurity, systems engineering, military intelligence and operations, risk assessments, strategy, and policy development and execution. She provides consultation to research and development, proposal, program, and operations and maintenance teams. She also provides guidance, direction, leadership, training, and mentoring to Engineers.

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    Amiati Razton, CEO of Pcysys & Adam Fletcher, CISO of Blackstone
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    Alan Belshaw, M.S., MBA, Senior Cybersecurity Solutions Architect| Booz Allen and Hamilton
    Learn how the new exam format works and how to handle it and learn about the Mission Critical Institute 100% CISSP Pass Guarantee.

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    • The new CISSP exam format, the “adaptive exam format”
    • How hands-on labs will help you prepare for your exam
    • Tactics to select the best answer for each question
    • How to get your employment endorsement and what happens if you need more experience

    These five clinics include tips for all 8 CISSP domains covered in the exam.

    Register today and move closer to your goal!

    SPONSORED BY: Mission Critical Institute

    Presenter
    Alan Belshaw,| M.S., MBA | Senior Cybersecurity Solutions Architect| Booz Allen and Hamilton
    Certifications: CISSP, CAP, CSSLP, CEH, CIWSA, CWNA
    Authorized instructor for CEH, CAP, CSSLP and CISSP
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    - Recommendations for Improving Data Management and ensuring Data Protection

    Panellists
    Richard Agnew - VP EMEA - Code42
    Steve Wright, CEO and Partner, Privacy Culture Limited
    Bill Mew, Founder and Owner, Mew Era Consulting

    Moderated by Allan Boardman, CGEIT Certification Committee Member, ISACA


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