Are you ready for 2024? A dive into the current and future data privacy laws landscape

Ava Crayton
Ava Crayton | Axiom

Ava Crayton is a seasoned privacy attorney who has been with Axiom for 5 years.

On-Demand: January 30, 2024

Are you ready for 2024? A dive into the current and future data privacy laws landscape

$95.00 1 hour CLE

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Program Summary

This course dives into the current and future data privacy landscape to provide practical guidance for privacy compliance in the evolving regulatory environment. To start, the course will cover the impact of established regulations like GDPR on businesses, consumers, and employees, before examining emerging laws in states like Oregon, Texas, and Tennessee. Participants will also learn about consumer and employee rights, as well as the controls put in place to maintain them. Finally, viewers will learn to compare the state-by-state vs enterprise approaches to privacy law, and delve into topics such as cookies, HIPAA, contract remediation, and more.

This course is co-sponsored with myLawCLE.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • How will current and future data privacy laws impact your business, consumers, and your employees?
  • Current data privacy laws
  • Data privacy laws effective in 2024 – who’s joining the party? OR, TX, TN – what’s different and what’s not
  • Consumer rights
  • Employee rights
  • The state by state approach versus an enterprise approach to privacy
  • Our favorite topic – what about cookies?
  • Are you a covered entity under HIPAA? If so how are you addressing OCR’s guidance on tracking technologies
  • Contracts in place and contract remediation
  • FTC concerns
  • Regulatory inquiries/fines

Date / Time: January 30, 2024

Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Ava Crayton_FedBarAva Crayton | Axiom

Ava Crayton is a seasoned privacy attorney who has been with Axiom for 5 years. Ava’s clients include global financial services companies, SaaS providers, med device and pharmaceutical companies, tech companies including start-ups, large retailers, and the music industry. When Ava is not working, she enjoys traveling and reading. Committed to fitness and holistic health, Ava now lives in CT with her husband and rescue pup Strummer.

Agenda

I. How will current and future data privacy laws impact your business, consumers, and your employees? | 2:00pm – 2:05pm

II. Current data privacy laws | 2:05pm – 2:10pm

  • From GDPR to CCPA and beyond

III. Data privacy laws effective in 2024 – who’s joining the party? OR, TX, TN – what’s different and what’s not | 2:10pm – 2:15pm

IV. Consumer rights | 2:15pm – 2:20pm

  • How are you addressing consumer rights?
  • What controls are in place?
  • What does your DSAR page look like?

V. Employee rights | 2:20pm – 2:25pm

  • How are you addressing CA and non-US data privacy laws including GDPR?
  • Are you affording rights to all employees

VI. The state by state approach versus an enterprise approach to privacy | 2:25pm – 2:30pm

VII. Our favorite topic – what about cookies? | 2:30pm – 2:35pm

  • What industry are in you and how are you impacted by cookies
  • Ad-tech
  • Supply side agreements
  • Tracking technologies

VIII. Are you a covered entity under HIPAA? If so how are you addressing OCR’s guidance on tracking technologies | 2:35pm – 2:40pm

IX. Contracts in place and contract remediation | 2:40pm – 2:45pm

  • DPAs
  • BAAs
  • Records Management and data mapping

X. FTC concerns | 2:45pm – 2:50pm

XI. Regulatory inquiries/fines | 2:50pm – 2:55pm

XII. Questions | 2:55pm – 3:00pm