All of the recently enacted and effective state consumer data privacy laws require that covered businesses implement a “reasonable” security program. Likewise, covered businesses are required to include clauses in their agreements with service providers, contractors and other third parties that impose a duty to protect disclosed personal data with “reasonable” security. Learn from a regulator, an in-house general counsel and an outside privacy counsel what this means and what it looks like and how to do it in your own law firm or company.
Elizabeth Rogers, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP - Austin, TX
Esther Chavez, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General - Austin, TX
Ashley Fischer, Tiff's Treats - Austin, TX