Webinar: Advising Board Members and Executives on Data Security and Data Privacy Risks

December 1st, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET

Data security and data privacy issues have risen to become top priorities for boards and executives. The legal, regulatory, and fiduciary requirements placed on board members and executives continue to grow. Board members and executives are also confronted by ever increasing shareholder expectations regarding their roles in data security and privacy compliance. In this webinar, Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier will discuss the rapidly increasing responsibilities of board members and executives to safeguard data security and privacy, and how they can best comply. Among other things, you’ll learn about:

  • The current legal, regulatory, and fiduciary requirements and expectations regarding data security and privacy
  • How board members and executives can effectively manage their new responsibilities
  • Strategies for advising and supporting board members and executives

Click here for more information or to register.

Webinar: The Legal Issues Involved with Commercializing Data

Aug. 25, 2016 at 12 p.m. Eastern

In today’s technology-driven world with the use of the cloud, big data, mobile applications, and digital-collaboration platforms becoming commonplace for businesses of all shapes and sizes, every company is becoming a data company, and new data assets are created every day. In this webinar, Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier and Associate Chris Achatz will discuss the legal issues of commercializing data and the common questions regarding the creation of commercial data products. Topics include legal aspects of data products, including creating and aggregating data sets, acquiring data from private and public sources, providing effective data analytics, selecting a data distribution model, and licensing.

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We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Webinar: Life After the Safe Harbor Under the “Privacy Shield”

March 3, 2016 at 12 p.m. EST

Companies of all types were caught off guard when the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor data transfer framework was invalidated in October 2015. In the months following the invalidation, many companies anxiously awaited a replacement for the original Safe Harbor framework. That replacement has now been announced in the form of the newly-negotiated “Privacy Shield” framework. Join Jana Fuchs and Jason Haislmaier as they discuss the details of the Privacy Shield framework, provide an update on the current status and timeline for the formal adoption of the Privacy Shield, and provide strategies for compliance in EU-U.S. cross border data transfers both now and following adoption of the Privacy Shield. Click here for more information or to register.

We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Webinar (2/23): Internet of Things: Data Security and Data Privacy Where Everything is Connected

February 23, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. EST

The “Internet of Things” (IoT) is producing dramatic changes in the way personal data is collected, shared, and used over countless interconnected devices and services. These changes have created new data security and data privacy challenges for businesses and regulators alike. Please join Jason Haislmaier in this one-hour program for all attorneys as he discusses how to handle the data security and data privacy issues and the legal, regulatory, and policy risks posed by dealing with data in the IoT.

Mr. Haislmaier frequently lectures on topics involving open source software, cloud computing and other areas of intellectual property. He is currently the Board Chair of the Silicon Flatirons Center for Technology and Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Information Technology.

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We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Webinar: What Attorneys Should Know about Designing the Most Effective Data Security Vendor Management Program

Nov. 17, 2016 at 12 p.m. Eastern

Companies today are reliant on a broad array of software and other information technology (IT) offerings to operate their businesses. For companies of all sizes, many of these IT offerings are now provided by third party vendors. In recognition of the increasingly fundamental role played by IT vendors, programs to evaluate and manage are now priorities for many companies. Join Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier as he discusses the role of IT vendor management programs, key strategies for establishing and maintaining those programs, and tools for addressing the significant legal and regulatory data privacy and security compliance issues that can arise in IT vendor relationships. Click here for more information or to register.

We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Webinar: Advising Your Board and Executives about Data Security and Privacy Risks – Latest Developments and Guidance for Attorneys

Sept. 29, 2016 at 12 p.m. Eastern

Data security and data privacy issues have risen to become top priorities for boards and executives.  The legal, regulatory, and fiduciary requirements placed on board members and executives continue to grow.  Board members and executives are also confronted by ever increasing shareholder expectations regarding their roles in data security and privacy compliance.  Join Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier for a discussion of strategies and best practices for advising and supporting board members and executives to help them meet their quickly-expanding roles in these areas. Click here for more information or to register.

We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Webinar: Recommendations for Data Privacy and Security in the Age of Drones – Latest Developments and Guidance for Attorneys

Oct. 25, 2016 at 12 p.m. Eastern

The commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS”), more commonly known as “drones,” has continued to experience exponential growth. Much of the regulatory focus to date has been on establishing requirements for the commercial use of drones. However, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and other regulators have begun to focus on the unique data privacy and security concerns raised by the commercial use of drones. In the wake of the FTC’s planned drone workshop on Oct. 13, Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier discusses these data privacy and security legal and regulatory concerns raised by the commercial use of drones and available tools and strategies for in-house and outside counsel in meeting the challenges in these areas. Click here for more information or to register.

We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

The New Cop in Town – What You Need to Know about the FCC and Data Security

Sept. 15, 2016 at 12 p.m. Eastern

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was one of the first federal agencies to establish and enforce data privacy and data security requirements in the United States. Now the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has made a well-publicized and controversial foray into the world of data privacy and data security, going beyond FTC efforts to establish broadly applicable rules and regulations governing data privacy and data security. Join Boulder Partner Jason Haislmaier for a discussion of what in-house and outside counsel need to know regarding the latest legal developments in the FCC’s ongoing efforts to regulate data privacy and data security and what these efforts mean for all companies, not just those subject to FCC regulation. Click here for more information or to register.

We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Event: Data as a Product – Dealing with the Issues of Commercializing Data

Sept. 17, 2015

ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL

Bryan Cave Partner Jason Haislmaier and Associate Chris Achatz will present a CLE on “Dealing with the issues of Commercializing Data” at the upcoming ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting. The program will provide insights into the common questions regarding the creation of commercial data products.  The topic line-up will include  legal aspects of data products, including creating data sets, acquiring data from private and public sources, aggregating data sets, providing effective data analytics, selecting a data distribution model, and licensing.

For registration information, please visit the ABA Business Law Section website.

Webinar: Data Privacy Boot Camp: A Crash Course for In-House Counsel

September 2, 2015

With management increasingly looking to in-house counsel for guidance in complying with data privacy laws, Jason Haislmaier, Bryan Cave LLP, offers in-house counsel a working understanding of data privacy laws in the UnitedStates.

More information to come.

Written Information Security Policies At A Glance (2015)

 

WISP

Although federal law only requires that financial institutions and health care providers maintain a written information security policy or “WISP,” approximately thirty four states have enacted legislation that requires organizations in other industries to take steps to keep certain forms of personal information safe. . .

Crowdsourcing Security With Bounty Programs At A Glance (2015)

Bounty Programs At A Glance

There is a great deal of debate about the merits of listening to the security concerns of people outside of an organization. On one end of the spectrum companies refuse to discuss any aspect of their security with the public. On the other end of the spectrum companies proactively encourage the public to report security vulnerabilities by paying well meaning hackers (usually called “white hat” hackers) to report problems. While these companies view “bounty” programs as . . .

 

Monetizing Information From Startups At A Glance (2015)

Monetizing Data_At A Glance

Websites and internet-based startups are booming. Many startups thrive by collecting data about their online users’ age, gender, and geography and interpreting that data to predict consumer preferences and demand. In addition, many third party marketing services pay a premium for useful consumer data. Startups often find that data is their single most valuable commodity . . .

 

Advising Your Board and Executives About Data Security and Privacy Risks

November 3, 2015 12:00 ET

Data security and data privacy issues have risen with extraordinary speed to become “top ten” priorities for boards of both public and private companies alike. Yet board members and executives often find themselves ill-equipped to assess and address their quickly expanding responsibilities in these areas. Join Jason Haislmaier of Bryan Cave LLP for a discussion of the growing legal, regulatory, and shareholder requirements and expectations regarding data security and privacy confronted by board members and executives. More than just another rundown of why board members and executives should be concerned with data security and privacy issues, this presentation also provides strategies and practices for both advising and supporting board members and executives in these quickly expanding areas.  Click here to register for the program, or to listen to a recording.

Data Privacy, Data Security, and Cloud and IT Vendor Agreements: A Guide for In-House Counsel

May 12, 2015

The services provided by cloud computing, hosting, data storage, outsourcing, and other information technology (IT) vendors have become fundamental resources for most companies. Data privacy and data security issues have rapidly risen to the forefront in vendor agreements for these services and are now often among the most hotly contested provisions in those agreements. . .

The program is sponsored by West Law Legal Ed and Celesq for CLE credit.  Participants can register here.

Webinar: What In-House Counsel Should Know about Data Privacy and Data Security in a Big Data World

March 12, 2015

The term “Big Data” has become synonymous with the ability to rapidly analyze large volumes of data to predict outcomes and draw other insights.Big Data has grown exponentially as the insights reaped from data analysis have become crucial to the success of many companies.With this growth have come a number of data security and data privacy considerations and requirements for companies involved with big data.Join Jason Haislmaier of Bryan Cave LLP for a discussion of these considerations and requirements, including established and emerging legal standards, regulatory requirements, and best practices for data privacy and data security in a “Big Data” world.

Speaker:

Jason Haislmaier

Bounty Programs At a Glance (2015)

Crowdsourcing_At A Glance_1

Data security officers keep their eyes open for risks. Usually this means monitoring reports from automated security systems that flag potential security events and listening to employees’ reports of security issues. There is a great deal of debate, however, about the merits of listening to the security concerns of people outside of an organization. On one end of the spectrum companies refuse to discuss any aspect of their security with the public. On the other end of the spectrum companies proactively encourage the public to report security vulnerabilities by paying well meaning hackers (usually called “white hat” hackers) to report problems . . .

Written Information Security Policies At a Glance (2015)

Written_Policies_At A Glance

Although federal law only requires that financial institutions and health care providers maintain a written information security policy or “WISP,” approximately thirty four states have enacted legislation that requires organizations in other industries to take steps to keep certain forms of personal information safe. These statutes are broadly referred to as “safeguards” legislation . . .