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The Privacy Webinar Series You Don't Want to Miss

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Join us for one, two, or all three of our upcoming webinars featuring industry experts analyzing the current state of privacy, the technology needed to comply with potential federal legislation & state laws, and how Truyo provides the compliance tools your organization needs.

Part 1

Federal privacy legislation has been nothing more than wishful thinking in the US for years leaving states to define their own regulations. With the introduction of the American Data Privacy & Protection Act (ADPPA) the chance of seeing an overarching law is within reach. Join us for an expert discussion featuring former Chair of the FTC Jon Leibowitz on what the introduction of ADPPA spells out for possible federal legislation, how it could change the way US companies manage privacy, and what it would mean for the patchwork of existing state laws as states like Virginia, Connecticut, and Colorado seek to fill the void.

  • Jon Leibowitz, Former FTC Chairman
  • David Walton, Fisher & Phillips Partner
  • Jeff Sizemore, Chief Governance Officer of Egnyte
  • Dan Clarke, Truyo President

September 13 @ 8:30am PDT

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Part 2

Technology is the driving force behind operations in every US business today, but how has that evolved in the privacy landscape? With the potential for federal privacy legislation and more states joining the fray in a patchwork of state laws, companies need to have a technology stack that can navigate the changes and scale with their growth. Our expert panel will discuss what technology is going to drive privacy compliance in the coming months and years, real-world application to potential and upcoming laws, and how technology gaps are leaving companies at risk.

  • Jon Leibowitz, Former FTC Chairman
  • Enza Iannopollo, Principal Forrester Analyst
  • Usama Kahf, Fisher & Phillips Partner
  • Jeff Sizemore, Chief Governance Officer of Egnyte
  • Dan Clarke, Truyo President

September 22 @ 8:30am PDT


Part 3

With a plethora of privacy tools available, US companies are figuring out what technical solutions meet their compliance requirements and put them on the pathway to business success, as increasingly complex legislation continues to be rolled out. Meanwhile, states like California have stepped up enforcement of data privacy regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), making compliance more time-sensitive. Michael Hellbusch, Partner at Rutan & Tucker, joins us to discuss practical steps that organizations can take now to enhance their data privacy and governance efforts – from de-scoping Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and understanding the emergence and impact of authorized agents, to executing routine updates of privacy policies.

  • Jeff Sizemore, Chief Governance Officer of Egnyte
  • Dan Clarke, Truyo President
  • Michael Hellbusch, Partner at Rutan & Tucker

September 27 @ 8:30am PDT


About Truyo

The IntraEdge team created Truyo in collaboration with Intel® to make data privacy rights compliance simple and attainable. This solution was created specifically to assist you in continuously addressing genuine privacy requirements.

Intel®, a pioneer in privacy and an innovator in data management, cloud computing, and security, recognizes the value of accessible, reasonably priced solutions to the ever-changing privacy landscape for all enterprises.

Founded in 2002, IntraEdge knows that technology can transform business, but people are the platform. At IntraEdge, we have the broad talent and extensive expertise only a large, established organization can offer while also providing the flexibility and accessibility typically only available from a much smaller company. In this way, we bridge the technology gap between people, organizations and business opportunities in order to deliver real bottom line value in your world.

About the Speakers

Jon Leibowitz
Davis & Polk Partner, Former Chairman of FTC

 Mr. Leibowitz is a partner in Davis Polk’s Washington DC and New York offices. His practice focuses on the complex antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions, as well as government and private antitrust investigations and litigation. He also provides counsel in the developing area of privacy law and with respect to advocacy involving Congress. Mr. Leibowitz was Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission from 2009 through 2013, and was noted for his bipartisanship. He served as a Commissioner from 2004 to 2009. While at the FTC, his priorities included health care and high-tech competition.

Enza Iannopollo
Forrester Principal Analyst
Enza is a principal analyst on the security and risk team and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E). Enza helps organizations worldwide embed privacy and ethics in their strategic initiatives through approaches that deliver business growth while protecting their customers’ and employees’ trust and their brand reputation. Her research focuses on compliance with data protection rules, privacy as a competitive differentiator, ethics, and risk management. Enza speaks regularly at national and international executive conferences, and her research is often quoted in the media, including The Wall Street Journal and Forbes.
David Walton
Fisher Phillips Partner
David Walton is a Partner in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Dave focuses his practice on trade secrets, restrictive covenants and employment litigation, with a particular emphasis on using legal innovation and evolving technologies to help achieve clients’ desired outcomes and enhance the delivery of services. He brings deep experience in labor and employment law, trade secrets, electronic discovery, privacy, data security and computer forensics to clients’ issues. A Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US), Dave frequently writes and speaks on legal technology, digital forensics, cyber law, e-discovery and employment litigation. Dave recently obtained a Certification in Data Analytics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. 
Usama Kahf
Fisher Phillips Partner

Usama Kahf is a partner in Fisher Phillips' Irvine office and co-chair of the Data Security and Workplace Privacy Practice Group. His primary areas of practice are (1) workplace privacy and data security, (2) employee defections, unfair competition, trade secret theft, and corporate espionage, and (3) wage & hour. Usama is an active member of the firm’s Data Security and Workplace Privacy practice group and Consumer Privacy Team. He and a team of attorneys across the firm advise clients on compliance with state consumer privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). 

Michael Hellbusch
Rutan & Tucker Partner
Michael Hellbusch excels in several areas of law including cyber law, data security, and privacy issues. He has a broad range of experience both as a transactional lawyer and as a litigator. He focuses his practice on brand and reputation protection for clients in the online atmosphere.
Jeff Sizemore
Chief Governance Officer at Egnyte
Jeff Sizemore, Chief Governance Officer at Egnyte, is responsible for the strategy and execution of the Egnyte’s Secure and Govern solution. Jeff has an extensive background in data protection, specifically in encryption, key management, data loss prevention, and identity and access management. Jeff has helped define the market by contributing to several start-ups, including PGP (now part of Symantec), Ionic Security, and Port Authority (now ForcePoint DLP).
Dan Clarke
President of Truyo
Dan is a former Intel executive with many leadership roles who was pulled into the privacy space after a call from Intel about 5 years ago with GDPR on the horizon. Dan’s perspective comes from operating the Truyo platform which automates compliance for companies dealing with current and emerging privacy laws and he is now immersed in the space, involved in Arizona, Texas and federal privacy legislation.