Building the Team to Tackle Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, and the Law - Sponsored by Symplified
The data that university and college students, researchers, faculty, and employees generate can be stored almost anywhere—on laptops, on smartphones, in faraway locales, or in the nebulous "cloud." If that data gets into the wrong hands or is used inappropriately, institutions face significant legal and reputational risk. But overzealous security practices can trample reasonable privacy interests. Drawing on her experience as global security counsel and chief privacy officer for IBM, Harriet Pearson will report on the current risk space and discuss what IT, security, and legal need to be doing now to address cybersecurity and privacy risks.
Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP