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NEW YORK, USA - 21 MAY 2024

DUBAI, VAE       22. NOVEMBER 2023

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Executive Conference Center, 

1601 Broadway, Near Time Square Building, Manhattan, New York, USA 10019

Speed Networking Opportunities in:

Rechtsstreit. E-Discovery. Vertragsverwaltung. Dokumenten-Management. Datenprivatsphäre. Internet-Sicherheit. Risiko. Beachtung. Führung. Regulatorische Angelegenheiten. Schiedsverfahren. Streitbeilegung. Forensische Untersuchungen. Betrug & Korruption. Wirtschaftskriminalität. M&A. Juristische Übersetzung. Cloud Computing. Blockchain. KI. Rechtstechnologie.
An dieser Veranstaltung nehmen 150–200 Inhouse Counsel, General Counsel, Heads of Litigation & E-Discovery, Contract Managers, Data Privacy Heads, Heads of Risk & Compliance, Cyber Security Managers, Forensics & Investigation Managers, Head Legal & Company Secretary teil , Chief Legal Officers, Anwaltskanzleipartner und Law Tech Professionals.

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Motivational Speaker
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ABOUT THE EVENT

The Global GRC, Data Privacy & Cyber Security ConfEx is a highly anticipated event scheduled to take place on 21 May 2024, in New York, USA. This event will gather a vast array of legal and technology professionals, such as In-house Counsel, Data Privacy Heads, Heads of Risk & Compliance, Chief Governance Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, Compliance Managers, Cyber Security Managers, Governance Manager, Forensics & Investigation Managers, Head Legal & Company Secretaries, Chief Legal Officers, Law Firm Partners, Law Tech Professionals, and Service Providers.

The conference will feature keynote addresses, case study presentations, collaborative round table discussions, and exhibitions. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers and gain valuable insights into the latest trends and technologies related to the legal industry.

Overall, the Global GRC, Data Privacy & Cyber Security ConfEx promises to be an informative and engaging event that will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to connect, learn, and exchange ideas with some of the brightest minds in the legal industry.

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EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
  • Join us for a vibrant conference on legal and technology, with a plethora of speakers and participants in attendance.

  • Explore the latest industry trends and innovations, presented by national and international speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors.

  • Strengthen your professional network by establishing meaningful connections with Bar Associations and Media Partners.

  • Acquire valuable knowledge through compelling keynote addresses, exclusive case studies, round table discussions, and business dialogues.

  • Engage with C-level executives and decision-makers, creating new business opportunities and partnerships.

  • Take advantage of the robust networking opportunities that enable professionals to connect with like-minded individuals in their fields, fostering relationships that can lead to future collaborations.

  • Participate as a speaker and contribute to the collaborative round table discussions, sharing insights and perspectives to promote an inclusive and collaborative dialogue.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Esteemed speakers from diverse backgrounds in legal, technology, and business fields will headline this event. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights from these experts as they share their experiences and knowledge on key topics outlined in the program agenda.

KEY SPEAKERS
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Prachi Bhide

Consumer Protection Compliance Lead,

Google

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Stas Bojoukha

CEO and Founder

Compyl

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Flavia Mitri

Privacy Legal Director,

Uber

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Quincey Wilson

Senior Technical Program Manager, Security & Privacy Assurance, Google

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Tim Swope

Chief Information Security Officer, Medical University of Chicago

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Tamara Momirov

VP, Legal & Privacy,

Tilting Point

 

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Hugo Teufel III

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, Lumen Technologies

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Lorianne Sainsbury-Wong

Director of Compliance and Privacy Officer, Franciscan Children's

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Michael Patrick

Partner,

Greenspoon Marder LLP

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Dania Nasser

Senior Associate General Counsel, Canon Business Process Services

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Nicole M. De Santis

General Counsel and

Corporate Secretary,

Banking Circle US

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Emily Garnett

Shareholder,

Brownstein

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Bessie Daschbach

Partner,

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

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Hector Guzman

Partner - Head of Data Protection & Artificial Intelligence,

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Morgan Jones

Data Privacy, AI, & Technology Attorney,

Brown Rudnick LLP

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John Zahorsky

Director of IT, Compliance &

Privacy Officer,

Eden Autism

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Jamie VanDodick

Director,

AI Ethics and Governance,

IBM

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Patrick Statler

Enterprise Account Executive. 

FileCloud

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Shoshana Rosenberg

SVP, Chief AI Governance and Privacy Officer, Deputy General Counsel AI, WSP

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Alexander Arato

SVP, Associate General Counsel, Privacy & Cybersecurity,

Endeavor

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Gaites Swanson

Privacy Counsel,

NBCUniversal

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Daniel Pepper

Partner,

Norton Rose Fulbright

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Adam Cohen

Counsel,

BakerHostetler

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Julia Jacobson

Partner - Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets,

Squire Patton Bogg

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Wayne Kaufman

Senior Counsel, Data Privacy Officer, Vice President,

ORBCOMM Inc.

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Ian DiBernardo

Chair, IP Litigation Practice Group; Practice Group Leader, US Technology Group,

Brown Rudnick, LLP

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Monique Ferraro

Cyber Counsel,

HSB

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Farbod Fakhrai

Director of Security and Compliance, Lark Health

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Patrick Austin

Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Counsel,

Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black

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Jennifer Driscoll

Co-Chair of Antitrust & Trade Regulation Team/Counsel, Robinson+Cole

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Rebecca Hughes Parker

Counsel,

Dentons

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Demond Waters

Chief Information Security Officer, NYC Public Schools

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Alyssa Miller

CISO,

Epiq Global

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Michael Melore

Senior Cybersecurity Advisor,

IBM

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Richard Mendoza

Senior Director, Data Privacy & Regulatory Compliance,

Anywhere Real Estate

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Allison Levy

Chief Privacy Officer,
Flight Centre Travel Group

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James Black

Partner & General Counsel,

Falcon Rappaport & Berkman LLP

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Erin Bansal

Global Compliance and Privacy Counsel, Gympass

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Michael L. Woodson

Director of Information Security and Privacy,

Sonesta Hotels

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James Sherer

Partner, Co-Chair Emerging Tech Team, Leader Information Governance and Artificial Intelligence Practice, BakerHostetler

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Carys (Johnson) Webb

Corporate Associate,

Cravath, Swaine &

Moore LLP

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Michael Kurzer

Partner,

Vinson & Elkins

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Angeliki Tiligadi

Data Protection Officer,

Qover

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Melissa Sachs

Partner,

Constangy

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Tara Giunta

Partner,

Paul Hastings LLP

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Paul Gupta

Partner,

Rimon, P.C

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Harry Halikias

Global Information Security Sr. Director of Privacy & Security,

Sony Music Publishing

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Alejandro Galván Illanes

Head of Legal & Data Privacy Officer,

Petco Mexico

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Orrie Dinstein

Global Chief Privacy Officer,

Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.

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William Marden

Director of Privacy and Compliance, The New York Public Library

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Capricci Barush

Head Legal Corporate Finance, Sandoz

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Frank X. Wukovits

Associate Attorney,

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

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Megan C. Ryan

 Interim Chief Executive Officer & President Chief Legal Officer,

Nassau Health Care Corp

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Kevin Angle

Counsel,

Holland & Knight LLP

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Marvin Lowenthal

Counsel,

Cohen & Gresser LLP

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Sara Farber

Senior Litigation Counsel and Director of Privacy,

Standard Industries

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Cathy Mulrow-Peattie

Partner,

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

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Michael S. Lazaroff

Partner,

Rimon PC

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Dina Blikshteyn

Partner | AI Practice Co-Chair, Haynes and Boone, LLP

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Siddartha Rao

Partner,

Romano Law PLLC

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Daniel Marvin

Partner,

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AGENDA

(Speed Networking Meetings Format)

(08:00 AM – 05:45 PM Local Time)

08:00 AM – Onwards

Conference Registration

Networking tea with speakers & delegates.

Informal networking with exhibitors.

08:30 AM – 09:30 AM

Speed Networking Meetings: Facilitating Connections among General Counsel, Law Firm Partners, and Service Providers

Our event includes a unique feature called "Speed Networking Meetings," which bring together Connecting Counsel, Law Firm Partners, and Service Providers. Initially, all participants are invited to introduce themselves using a microphone, allowing everyone to familiarize themselves with each other in the conference hall on the morning of the event.

 

Following this introduction, attendees are encouraged to actively participate in dynamic speed networking sessions. They are prompted to stand up, engage with peers seated nearby, exchange business cards, and delve into meaningful discussions. There are no limitations on whom participants should interact with; everyone is encouraged to engage with each other within the designated timeframe, facilitating the exchange of contacts and discussions on potential opportunities.

09:30 AM – 10:20 AM

Collaborative Round Table Discussions 1

The New York Privacy Act (NYPA) and its Implications for In-House Teams & Law Firms

  • The New York Privacy Act (NYPA): How it’s different than California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?

  • New York Privacy Act vs GDPR - which is tougher?

  • Analyzing how the Act could affect businesses operating in New York, highlighting the compliance burdens on in-house legal teams.

  • Comparison with existing privacy regulations.

  • Preparing for compliance.

  • Identifying specific compliance challenges that in-house & law firm teams may encounter, such as data handling practices, consent management, and potential penalties for non-compliance.

  • Offering guidance on mitigating risks and ensuring adherence to the new privacy regulations.

Speakers:

Dania Nasser, Senior Associate General Counsel, Canon Business Process Services

William Marden, Director of Privacy and Compliance, The New York Public Library

James Black, Partner & General Counsel, Falcon Rappaport & Berkman LLP

Gaites Swanson, Privacy Counsel, NBCUniversal

Nicole M. De Santis, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Banking Circle US

Flavia Mitri, Privacy Legal Director, Uber

Patrick Austin, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Counsel, Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black

Morgan Jones, Data Privacy, AI, & Technology Attorney, Brown Rudnick LLP

Rebecca Hughes Parker, Counsel, Dentons

10:20 AM – 10:40 AM

Keynote Address 1

Building an Integrated, Mature GRC Program: Key Features & Challenges

  • Adopt an integrated approach toward GRC to support business strategy and sustainability.

  • Apply business practices that support long-term sustainability based on an understanding of the key principles of governance frameworks.

  • Improve business performance by implementing systems and structures that support effective risk management.

  • Formulate meaningful reports that promote compliance within your organization.

  • Integrate and strategically align GRC through adopting effective methods.

Speaker:

Daniel Pepper, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

10:40 AM – 11:10 AM

Informal Networking & Tea Break

  • Networking tea with speakers & delegates.

  • Informal networking with exhibitors.

11:10 AM – 11:40 AM

Keynote Address 2

Speaker:​

Stas Bojoukha, CEO and Founder, Compyl

11:40 AM – 12:00 PM

Exclusive Case Study Presentation 1

12:00 PM – 12:20 PM

Exclusive Case Study Presentation 2

12:20 PM – 01:00 PM

Collaborative Round Table Discussions 2

Towards 'Privacy Shield 2.0': Back to Normal for US Data Transfers?

  • USA privacy developments: exploring new directions and emerging challenges.

  • Explain the latest developments and next steps toward a “Privacy Shield 2.0”.

  • Controversies around the EU-US Data Privacy framework.

  • How the new framework affects EU and US businesses?

  • Understand the current status of the draft Privacy regulation?

  • Assess the implications of the USA data strategy for global businesses.

Speakers:

Patrick Statler, Enterprise Account Executive. FileCloud

Prachi Bhide, Consumer Protection Compliance Lead, Google

Tamara Momirov, VP, Legal & Privacy, Tilting Point

Kevin Angle, Counsel, Holland & Knight LLP

Allison Levy, Chief Privacy Officer, Flight Centre Travel Group

Sara Farber, Senior Litigation Counsel and Director of Privacy, Standard Industries

Angeliki Tiligadi, Data Protection Officer, Qover

Quincey Wilson, Senior Technical Program Manager, Security & Privacy Assurance, Google

01:00 PM – 01:50 PM

Informal Networking & Lunch Break

  • Networking lunch with speakers & delegates.

  • Informal networking with exhibitors.

01:50 PM – 02:30 PM

Collaborative Round Table Discussions 3

Cybersecurity Governance: A Path to Cyber Maturity

  • Understand the growing regulatory expectations on cybersecurity governance.

  • Consider the practical considerations and concerns associated with cybersecurity governance regulations.

  • Discuss effective communication and reporting to the Board of Directors, and related Board obligations, during a cybersecurity incident.

  • Discuss effective presentations of cybersecurity risks to the Board of Directors.

  • Assess trends associated with shareholder derivative lawsuits and securities litigation related to data breaches.

  • Reflect on recent regulatory cyber enforcement actions and their impact on executive responsibility and cybersecurity governance.

Speakers:

Ian DiBernardo, Chair, IP Litigation Practice Group; Practice Group Leader, US Technology Group, Brown Rudnick, LLP

Adam Cohen, Counsel, BakerHostetler

Michael Kurzer, Partner, Vinson & Elkins ​

Farbod Fakhrai, Director of Security and Compliance, Lark Health

Harry Halikias, Global Information Security Sr. Director of Privacy & Security, Sony Music Publishing

Monique Ferraro, Cyber Counsel, HSB

Lorianne Sainsbury-Wong, Director of Compliance and Privacy Officer, Franciscan Children's

Cathy Mulrow-Peattie, Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Daniel Marvin, Partner, Kennedys

John Zahorsky, Director of IT, Compliance & Privacy Officer, Eden Autism

02:30 PM – 02:50 PM

Keynote Address 3

AI-Enabled GRC Platform: Investment vs Expected ROI?

  • How are organizations right now seizing opportunities presented by their digitization journey?

  • Advances in AI for risk.

  • Advances in business intelligence for risk.

  • Maintain control of your data and build your competitive advantage.

  • Understand how your data is managed?

02:50 PM – 03:20 PM

Collaborative Round Table Discussions 4

Generative AI Growing Pains, Security Value and Implications.

  • The state of Generative AI today is reminiscent of the inception of the worldwide web's interface to the internet.  The chatbots today are in the same way bringing the masses to AI, ready or not. The same growing pains are being realized again.

  • How many organizations are already exploring it’s use for their enterprises, growing pains, barriers to entry, challenges spanning from trust and bias to accurate information, and new applications of AI in security.

  • Early enterprise adoption of ChatGPT and other Generative AI, how organizations are attempting to use it for competitive advantage and finding real challenges.  They are quickly realizing the differences between Consumer AI and Enterprise AI, legal implications, trained foundation models and governance as key aspects.

  • Statistics will be shared from the recent Ponemon Institute’s Cost of a Data Breach study in attack vectors, response/organizational impact and costs attributed to various controls, remote workforces, and impact in cost and response times attributed to AI/Machine Learning. 3 Learning Objectives

  1. Barriers to entry and Challenges in using ChatGPT and mitigations for Enterprises.

  2. The Consumerization of AI and the inherent Threats and Best Practices

  3. Statistics shared from the Ponemon Institute’s Cost of a Data Breach study in attack vectors, response/organizational impact attributed to AI/Machine Learning and various controls, and the implications of remote workforces.

Speakers:

Michael Melore, Senior Cybersecurity Advisor, IBM

Demond Waters, Chief Information Security Officer, NYC Public Schools

Tim Swope, Chief Information Security Officer, Medical University of Chicago

03:20 PM – 04:10 PM

Collaborative Round Table Discussions 5

Don't Let Your AI Control You: Manage AI Trust, Risk and Security

  • Building Trust: Ensuring transparency, fairness, and accountability in AI systems to establish trust.

  • Risk Assessment: Identifying potential risks associated with AI, such as privacy breaches, bias, and security vulnerabilities.

  • Security Measures: Implementing robust security measures, including authentication, encryption, and access controls, to protect AI systems.

  • Ethical Considerations: Addressing ethical concerns related to AI's impact on society, values, and human rights.

  • Continuous Monitoring: Regularly evaluating and monitoring AI systems to detect and mitigate emerging risks.

Speakers:

James Sherer, Partner, Co-Chair Emerging Tech Team, Leader Information Governance and Artificial Intelligence Practice, BakerHostetler

Jamie VanDodick, Director, AI Ethics and Governance, IBM

Richard Mendoza, Senior Director, Data Privacy & Regulatory Compliance, Anywhere Real Estate

Marvin Lowenthal, Counsel, Cohen & Gresser LLP

Shoshana Rosenberg, SVP, Chief AI Governance and Privacy Officer, Deputy General Counsel AI, WSP

Julia Jacobson, Partner - Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets, Squire Patton Boggs

Frank X. Wukovits, Associate Attorney, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Orrie Dinstein, Global Chief Privacy Officer, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.

Michael S. Lazaroff, Partner, Rimon PC

Dina Blikshteyn, Partner | AI Practice Co-Chair, Haynes and Boone, LLP

Erin Bansal, Global Compliance and Privacy Counsel, Gympass