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    Data Privacy Laws are Evolving: What You Need to Know

    The European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) was a dramatic update of privacy laws designed to protect citizens of the EU. While GDPR made headlines because of its substantial penalties, U.S. companies without European operations may have felt they didn’t need to react to data privacy.

    Now the trend of increased safeguards governing personal information has arrived in the U.S. Legislation in California and New York, which was only the beginning, and several states are discussing strict new laws and possible Federal legislation.

    The future may hold a confusing mosaic of laws and penalties applying to different jurisdictions.

    Watch this  to learn about:

    • Data Privacy laws under consideration or implementation
    • How companies can mitigate risks associated with protecting personal data

    About the Speakers

    Jodi Daniels, CEO | Red Clover Advisors

    Jodi Daniels is a privacy expert with more than 19 years of experience in privacy, marketing, strategy, and finance roles. She has worked in multiple industries such as Financial Services, Automotive, Media, and Retail for Cox Enterprises, The Home Depot and Deloitte.

    As Founder of Red Clover Advisors, Jodi currently advises companies during all phases of their development cycle with respect to their online data strategy and data privacy needs.  She has a specialty in digital media and technology companies.

    Gina Gondron, Partner | Frazier & Deeter

    Gina Gondron is a Partner in Frazier & Deeter’s Process, Risk and Governance (PRG) practice and leads the delivery of IT audit and advisory services to clients across a variety of industries with an emphasis in healthcare and technology. Gina is highly skilled at applying her deep knowledge of IT processes and controls in the context of addressing important financial, operational and compliance risks. She works closely with IT organizations of all sizes to meet internal and external audit requirements.

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