The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“the Act”) was signed into law on June 28, 2018 and formerly goes into effect beginning January 1, 2020. How is the ACT the same and how is it different than GDPR? What does the ACT entail and will there be a boom of litigation? How can organizations protect themselves? These and other questions will be answered in this dynamic presentation.
About Our Speaker
Jennifer Martin, Partner, Orrick, Partner Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation, White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance counsels clients on complying with cybersecurity regulatory expectations and best practices across industries, including for large critical infrastructure companies in the technology, energy, health care, financial, and transportation sectors. She focuses on a range of cybersecurity projects for clients, including advising on cybersecurity program compliance and resiliency on an industry-by-industry basis; managing significant security incidents and providing cross-disciplinary incident response planning; drafting commercial contract terms and requirements for purchasers and vendors as part of managing cybersecurity risk; and conducting cybersecurity due diligence in M&A transactions. Jennifer’s holistic, company-wide incident response planning and risk management counseling are informed by more than 18 years of handling significant cyber incidents from a variety of legal and technical perspectives. She has significant experience managing the response and investigation into sophisticated cybersecurity attacks impacting systems and information, including those attributable to nation-states, insider thefts of intellectual property, and data breaches of all sizes and significance. She works directly with personnel at all levels of an impacted organization and across disciplines, including directly with IT security personnel, to ensure coordinated and protected response investigations. As a former federal prosecutor, she is also frequently involved in coordinating with law enforcement and government agencies in a range of cybersecurity matters.
Please RSVP by Friday, December 7. Many thanks to our food sponsor ProSearch and our location sponsor Electronic Arts. Please leave extra time at the end of the event as Sylvie Stulic is going to be taking us by the Electronic Arts gift shop for deep discounted video games for holiday gifts and stocking stuffers.
Also, please join the Silicon Valley and SF Chapters for Women in E-Discovery along with ACEDS and ILTA for our first annual Holiday Trifecta Party on 12/5 from 6PM-9PM at the Hotel San Francisco. The event will be held at the stylish Hotel San Francisco in the heart of the Financial District. Light fare, drinks, and merriment will be provided by our generous sponsors H5, Digital Mountain, Logikcull, Managed Discovery, Lighthouse, United Litigation and Veritone. In addition to bringing the local e-discovery community together for an evening of fun and relaxation, we will also be celebrating some of our local charities: Girls Who Code https://give.classy.org/SVWIE and CA Fire Fund.
All event proceeds will go to local charities. We will also be holding a silent auction with some amazing items donated by local businesses and organization members as well as excepting e-donations. Space is limited, so please make sure to register at the following link: https://www.aceds.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1165496&group=203734
If you’d like to participate in a car pool from the Silicon Valley up to SF, please let us know your name and phone number (and if you’d prefer to drive or be a passenger) by emailing email@example.com. We want everyone to have a great time and be safe!
Lastly, WiE is having a national conference in Austin, TX from May 8-10, 2019 Registration is open to only Women in eDiscovery members through December 3 and then will open up to the broader community if there is availability. More information can be found at: https://www.womeninediscovery.org/Conference