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Monthly Meeting: Lost in Space: Navigating “Reasonable Security” Under California’s Consumer Privacy Act
January 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Date/Time: Thursday. January 24th 12:00pm-1:15pm
Topic: Proactive Lost in Space: Navigating “Reasonable Security” Under California’s Consumer Privacy Act
Speaker: Justine Phillips
California is the birthplace of stars, the Internet, and consumer privacy. In 2018, California hastily passed the California Consumer Privacy Act which imposes steep fines and penalties on companies for failing to implement reasonable security by January 1, 2020.
Learn how California currently defines “reasonable security,” the importance of cultivating hybrid professionals that understand legal and cyber, and how information governance is the North Star for enterprise risk management.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Justine Phillips is a partner at the law firm Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton in its San Diego office. Justine specializes in cyber law and represents clients in every aspect of cybersecurity and information governance. Justine teaches cyber law and Anatomy of a Breach through Department of Homeland Security’s Executive Program and at the University of San Diego School of Engineering. Justine is also a member of the FBI Citizen’s Academy and Infragard, a public/private partnership focused on reducing cyber threats. Justine founded Women in eDiscovery San Diego, and frequently speaks and writes on cyber legal issues.
This is a new location, please plan to arrive early for security. Also, seating is limited to the first 90 attendees.
10300 Campus Point Drive, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92121
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