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7:30 – 8:00am Registration and Breakfast
8:00 – 9:30am Presentation
As businesses become more and more driven by digital information, they depend on their ability to move data around the world. The shifting European privacy landscape, more sophisticated and varied cybersecurity threats like the recent attacks that shut down major Internet sites, and data localization rules cropping up around the world present significant challenges to moving data across borders. Global companies are being asked to comply with new rules, standards, and practices to address cybersecurity, individual privacy, protectionism, and government access, among other things. This panel will help you to understand these cross-cutting cross-border issues.
|Mark Chandler is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Cisco, where he manages a team of 250 professionals. Previously, he was Managing Attorney for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, based in Paris.
Chandler joined Cisco in 1996 upon the acquisition of StrataCom, Inc., where he had been general counsel. Before that, he served as vice president for corporate development and general counsel of Maxtor Corporation.
Chandler is also a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council of Stanford Law School, the Board of Trustees of Belmont Hill School in Belmont, Massachusetts, and the Advisory Council of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington. He has previously served as member and chairman of the City of Palo Alto (CA) Planning Commission.
Chandler holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Harvard College and a juris doctor degree from Stanford Law School.
|Hilary Wandall is General Counsel and Chief Data Governance Officer of TRUSTe. She oversees all legal, regulatory and policy matters and manages TRUSTe’s Policy and Data Governance and International Regulatory Affairs teams. She also serves as Corporate Secretary of TRUSTe. Hilary joined TRUSTe in 2016 after 22 years at the global pharmaceutical company, Merck, where she most recently was AVP, Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer. Hilary led the global privacy program at Merck since 2004, including its efforts to become the second company in the world to achieve APEC CBPR certification, the first company to achieve CBPR certification of its entire privacy program, and the first company to achieve EU BCRs based on its APEC CBPR certification. During her tenure at Merck, Hilary also held positions as a corporate attorney, compliance officer, marketing promotion manager and biomedical research scientist.
Hilary is actively engaged in efforts to support the development of the privacy profession, to drive interoperability across privacy and data protection regimes around the world, and to scale and integrate privacy and data governance through technology. She has been involved in various organizations across the privacy community, such as the IAPP Board of Directors, the International Pharmaceutical Privacy Consortium, the OECD Privacy Experts Working Group, the International Accountability Foundation, the Future of Privacy Forum, and the Centre for Information Policy Leadership.
Hilary received her law degree and MBA from Temple University, Master of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania, and Bachelor of Science in Biology from Moravian College. She holds the CIPP/US, CIPP/EU and CIPM certifications. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She resides with her family in Pennsylvania.
|(Moderator) Cameron F. Kerry, Senior Counsel at Sidley Austin LLP and former General Counsel and Acting Secretary of the United States Department of Commerce, has been a global leader on many of the biggest challenges facing business today, including privacy, information security, Big Data and the flow of information and technology across international borders. His broad practice operates at the intersection of law, technology and public policy and is informed by his years of government service and over three decades in private practice. Cam joins his wealth of experience in the highest levels of government with the global and inter-disciplinary resources of Sidley’s highly regarded Privacy, Data Security and Information Law team. He is a thought leader whose writing has appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Globe, TechCrunch and Forbes.com and is quoted by The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal among other publications.
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