The University of Dayton will celebrate its 30th Program In Law and Technology (PILT) Seminar this year and will focus on, “Exploring the Future of Cyber Technology and Intellectual Property Innovation.”
Taft attorney Zachary Heck will lead one of the High-Tech track breakout sessions on privacy programs. In this session, attendees will learn how to effectively achieve compliance requirements for their data governance programs, build trust with all stakeholders, use personal information in a lawful, transparent way, and how to implement or improve your privacy program. Topics will include data mapping and classification, choosing a framework, policy development and data incident response planning.
To register for the event, visit here.
CLE credit 5.25 hours (4.25 general and 1.0 of attorney professional conduct instruction (formerly ethics)) is approved.
Zachary Heck focuses his practice on privacy and data security. Specifically, he assists clients in the areas of privacy compliance, defense litigation, class action defense and guidance in the aftermath of an information security event, including data breach. Heck has experience advising clients with respect to FTC investigations, federal privacy regulations such as HIPAA, FCRA, TCPA, and GLBA, as well as state laws governing personally identifiable information. Heck also speaks and writes regularly on cutting-edge data privacy and cybersecurity issues and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in the field of United States and European Union privacy laws and regulations.