As companies climb higher up the digital transformation ladder, they accumulate large amounts of data that may contain personally identifiable information (PII), a valuable asset to marketers… and cybercriminals. As data collection, storage, and processing continues to rise, threats to PII also increase.
To help mitigate these threats, California enacted a ground-breaking new privacy act last year – equivalent to EU’s GDPR. Not sure if your company is affected by the California Consumer Privacy Act and/or need tips on how to get compliant fast?
Register for this month’s webinar, with featured guests Nancy Free, Chief Compliance & Data Privacy Officer at Armor, and Carlin Dornbusch, President & CISSP at American Cyber Security Management!
Key takeaways include:
- Who’s affected by the new legislation and what CCPA entails from a legal and compliance perspective
- The impact CCPA has on all business, not just those directly affected
- Challenges of CCPA compliance and recommendations
Webinar: Privacy & Security: Preparing for CCPA Compliance
When: Wednesday, February 19 at 1 p.m. ET
*Armor is an (ISC)2 submitter. Attend to earn CPE credits!
Nancy Free, Chief Compliance & Data Privacy Officer, Armor
Nancy Free serves as the Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer at Armor. She is responsible for Armor’s data privacy mission and for the governance, risk, and compliance side of Armor’s security mission. With more than 20 years of experience in information technology and assurance, Nancy is a trusted advisor to Armor prospects and customers on GDPR, PCI, HIPAA (HITRUST), ISO-27001, and other privacy regulations and compliance frameworks, helping them understand the impact of these standards on their businesses. Nancy has implemented GRC and ERM programs for Fortune 500 companies within the transportation, energy, and retail industries, assuring compliance with many regulations and industry frameworks. Nancy is an active participant in local chapters of the North Texas Crime Commission (NTCC), Network of Executive Women (NEW), and Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), currently serving as Deputy Director of the North Texas ISSA Women in Security special interest group (WIS-SIG).
Carlin Dornbusch, CISSP, American Cyber Security Management
Carlin Dornbusch is an innovative leader in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy. His company, American Cyber Security Management, brings proven methods, best-in-class tools, and deep knowledge of data privacy and security standards to every client engagement. ACSM excels at creating custom privacy and security programs to meet the demands of modern threats and emerging compliance. Carlin serves as an IAPP Denver KnowledgeNet CoChair, ISSA Denver Special Interest Group leader, and an active member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). Carlin also holds an active Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certificate from ISC2.
Michael Mayes, Sr. Writer & Researcher, Armor
Michael Mayes is a senior writer and researcher at Armor in Richardson, Texas. His career in technology communications includes work with the Human Genome Project, handheld software during the Palm and Pocket PC era, blockchain development, and cybersecurity. He began his research in black markets in 2013 during a PhD year in professional and technical writing at the University of Memphis where he wrote on the early days of Bitcoin and its defining proof of concept, the Silk Road.