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Privacy Law and Data Protection

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Course Title

Privacy Law and Data Protection

Course Description

Course broadly examines the principles that underlie the laws and regulations pertaining to the protection of personal information. After discussing these common principles, the course provides an overview of some of the current laws protecting personal data in the United States and around the world, focusing on major Federal and State civil laws and regulations, as well as significant existing and proposed regulations that exist internationally. The course ends by discussing some of the practical considerations associated with operationalizing these requirements within an organization.

Learning Objectives

  • You will understand the principles that underlie various laws and regulations pertaining to personal data, both in the United States and abroad, and how they relate to cybersecurity.

  • You will understand some of the major personal data protection laws and regulations that exist around the world.

  • You will understand some of the practical considerations relevant to protecting personal data within an organization.


Course Contributors 

Katherine Fick, Esq.

Instructor

Katherine Fick, Esq.

Senior Counsel
IBM Security

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Sayoko Blodgett-Ford

Subject Expert

Sayoko Blodgett-Ford

Member
GTC Law Group PC & Affiliates

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Christopher Poulin

Subject Expert

Christopher Poulin

Caleb Barlow

Subject Expert

Caleb Barlow

Vice President Threat Intelligence
IBM Security

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