Championing Data Privacy & Protection to Enhance Consumer Trust
Data Privacy & Protection Day (DpD) is a national series of events bringing together public and private sector experts who provide prescriptive and actionable advice about data privacy and protection to the business community. 2015 marked the 6th year OTA continued its international leadership role in raising privacy and security awareness via hosting educational town halls, hands-on workshops and networking events.
Panel Security & Privacy Beyond Your Walls & Summary - Tim Rohrbaugh, CISO Identity Guard; Josh Aberant, Postmaster, Twitter; Chris Babel, CEO, TRUSTe and Tim Fitzgerald, VP and Chief Security Officer, Symantec. Includes Town Hall wrap up by Craig Spiezle, Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance.
DpD recognizes the first data privacy directive signed on January 28, 1981, 'celebrated' as Data Protection Day internationally and as Data Privacy Day in the United States, recognizing the importance of data protection and privacy practices. Press Release> Supporting DpD, OTA publishes several reports including the annual Data Protection & Breach Readiness Guide, Privacy & Security Risk Assessment Framework and summary of the top security enhancing best practices. More >
Recap of 2015 Program & Events (Hawaii, Seattle, Silicon Valley, New York & Washington DC)
Whether you are a multi-national corporation, single location retailer or mobile app developer, DpD events are designed to bring attendees up-to-date on data privacy, protection, security and breach preparedness best practices. Each city will have a morning session of interactive panels geared to the general business community. The optional afternoon workshops will offer guidance to help companies create a plan to protect, contain and respond to a data breach incident. The workshops are designed for business leaders, individuals and organizations responsible for data protection, regulatory compliance, security and privacy. Supporting the workshops, OTA will release the 2015 Data Protection & Breach Readiness Guide.
Over 50 speakers Featured speakers include Commissioner Terrell McSweeny of the Federal Trade Commission, Commissioner Julie Brill of the Federal Trade Commission, Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen of the Federal Trade Commission, Travis LeBlanc, Chief of the Bureau of Enforcement, Federal Communications Commission, James Baker, General Counsel Federal Bureau of Investigation, Scott Taylor, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Symantec Corporation and Craig Spiezle, President & CEO, Online Trust Alliance.