Topic: New State Level Privacy Laws Influencing Cybersecurity Budgets & Roadmaps

Time: On-Demand Webinar Recording

2021 may be the year that privacy legislation explodes across the US. Already, several states including New York, Virginia, and Washington have introduced some form of privacy legislation (many are re-introducing bills that did not pass in 2020). In addition, California voters approved a measure in the fall 2020 election that will create a new enforcement agency (and enforcement budget!) as well as heightened requirements under its privacy law. Biometric information (such as facial recognition) and consumer access/deletion rights are likely to be hot topics as new state laws emerge.

Join Mitzi Hill, Partner and Data Security & Privacy Department Chair, as she provides insight into state level privacy law changes that will influence cybersecurity budgets and roadmaps this year and beyond.

About The Speaker:
Mitzi Hill is the chair of Taylor English’s Data Security & Privacy Department. She works with executive management from businesses of all sizes on data and information matters including breach response; creating policies and practices that reduce their risk of consumer privacy claims and loss of confidential business assets; security audits; data processing agreements and cross-border transfers; security and privacy requirements in customer, vendor, and insurance contracts; and diligence of privacy and security matters in the M&A context. Her experience includes fifteen years in-house at Turner Broadcasting, where she oversaw compliance with multiple regulatory schemes and worked with a government relations team to shape emerging regulations. Ms. Hill has handled technology, IP, compliance and other legal matters for twenty-five years.

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