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Emerging regulations like CCPA and GDPR have prepared us for compliance readiness – but not without challenges. The anticipated volume of Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) coupled with vast amounts of personal data collected and stored, will make responding to regulatory deadlines far from easy. Especially knowing where all the data resides, how the data is being used and its contractual, legal and regulatory obligations. The answer is “Data Mapping” – a crucial backbone for compliance and overall health of an organization.
Join this webcast to gain insight into how this process can not only improve your risk posture, but also bring additional value to your organization, and:
Jake Frazier, JD, MBA, Senior Managing Director, FTI Technology
Leading FTI Technology’s Information Governance & Compliance Practice (IG&C), Jake assists legal, records, I.T. and information security departments identify, develop, evaluate and implement in-house e-discovery and information governance processes, programs and solutions. These solutions are designed to produce the largest return on investment while simultaneously reducing risk.
Jake is a founding member of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and acting member of the Sedona Conference. His recent thought leadership activities include serving as faculty director of the Compliance Governance and Oversight Council, advisory cabinet member of the Masters Conference, and editorial board member for Cyber Law and Strategy Magazine.
Prior to joining FTI, Frazier was the Information Lifecycle Governance Practice Lead for IBM. Frazier also served as Senior Director of E-discovery and archiving at EMC Corp. He has also held the position of Vice President at RenewData Corp.
Theodore F. Claypoole, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
Ted Claypoole leads the Womble Bond Dickinson IP Transaction Team and its FinTech Team and until recently, its Privacy and Cyber Security Team. Ted is immediate past chair of the American Bar Association’s Cyberspace Law Committee in the Business Law Section. He serves on the Leadership Council of the ABA Business Law Section and as the Liaison between the ABA Business Law Section and the Standing Committee on Law and National Security. He formerly worked as in-house technology counsel for Bank of America and for CompuServe.
A regular speaker on security issues, Ted has been selected six times as a presenter for the RSA Data Security Conference in San Francisco, where he led a panel last April on AI’s effect on Information Security. He is co-author with Theresa Payton of two books from Rowman & Littlefield Publishers titled Privacy in the Age of Big Data and Protecting Your Internet Identity: Are You Naked Online? Ted has assembled and edited a book called The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines for the American Bar Association, published August, 2019.