How can you achieve compliance at the crossroads of data privacy and cybersecurity? TODAY’S webinar from KLDiscovery will tell you how!
TODAY, Today’s General Counsel, in association with KLDiscovery, will host the webcast The Crossroads of Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Compliance: What’s At Risk and How To Prepare (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). Join this webinar to hear Eric Robinson, Vice President of Global Advisory Services & Strategic Client Solutions at KLDiscovery discuss these top-of-mind topics on how to achieve compliance at the crossroads of data privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic insights on:
- Proactive engagement in the face of evolving global data privacy regulation and cross-border business
- Operationalizing data privacy to position your organization to comply with the growing spider web of US state and global data privacy regulations
- Integrating AI in data privacy and cyber incident response
- Data management and information governance, including defensible disposition
Building on the record-breaking interest in their last webinar, US Data Privacy Laws: What’s at Risk and How to Prepare, Eric now turns the discussion to a concern of many organizations—how to achieve compliance at the crossroads of data privacy and cybersecurity. Where do they intersect? How does one impact the other? How can compliance teams successfully adapt? Register here to attend TODAY’s webinar and find out!
Can’t make it today? Register anyway to ensure you receive a recording of the event if you are unable to attend.
So, what do you think? Are you struggling to achieve compliance at the crossroads of data privacy and cybersecurity? If so, consider attending the webcast! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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