With the advent of regulations like GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, corporate leaders are beginning to recognize that poor data privacy risk management can harm competitive advantage, weigh down return on investment and have long term erosive effects on shareholder value. But how involved should executives be in privacy risk management decision making? And how can the corporate boards, the C-suite and legal and compliance stakeholders align business goals with privacy risk management?
Join FTI and our panel of in-house privacy subject matter experts as they discuss strategies for aligning business goals with privacy risk management programs, including:
Fostering board level and management awareness of privacy issues to obtain budget and drive change
Creating a board and C-suite ready narrative around balancing the organization’s privacy risk posture
Right-sizing board and management involvement in privacy issues and understanding necessary escalation points
Gaining support for privacy-by-design strategies from the top down
Shannon Clarke, Global Director of Data Privacy, CBRE, Inc.
Jennifer Schack, Senior Vice President, Global Head of Privacy, Northern Trust Corporation
Andrew Shaxted, Senior Director Privacy, FTI Consulting