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Slide the carousel bar for all episodes of A Little Privacy, Please! where hosts Jason Kravitz and Jenny Holmes explore the privacy topics business leaders need to prepare against and respond to the latest cyberthreats.
If cyber war games sound like your idea of fun, then this is the conversation for you! We're speaking with Sarah Gossler, the global head of Cyber Threat Simulation and the Engineering chief of staff at BNY Mellon. Sarah manages BNY Mellon's Office of the CIO and is responsible for cyber-attack-simulation training.
Is a new generation of data privacy and technology lawyer emerging? Kromann Reumert partner Christel Teglers shares her advice for aspiring data privacy lawyers.
Kassandra McGlone shares how a strong human resources team can help companies to avoid, navigate, and recover from cyberattacks.
NP alumnus and Attentive VP of Legal Troy Lieberman offers practical advice for businesses navigating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Learn about Brazil’s data protection law, LGPD, and how it compares to GDPR from guest speaker Renata Ciampi.
Guest Jakub Pietrasik discusses generative AI and its privacy and copyright issues from the perspective of an attorney practicing in Poland.
Stay up-to-date on the latest cyber insurance developments as Jason Kravitz and Jenny Holmes interview Neel Desai, vice president, Cyber practice at Lockton.
Jas Kaur is a senior manager and senior legal officer at Autodesk in the UK. She joins us on A Little Privacy, Please! to discuss UK privacy law and what it means for CCTV, facial recognition, and more.
Chris Mason breaks down the unique requirements of the New York SHIELD Act and what it means for businesses in New York and beyond.
Rudy Salo explains how cyberattacks affect borrowing rates in the municipal market.
Valerie Montague discusses online tracking technologies in the healthcare space, which can have serious HIPAA implications.
Tripadvisor Corporate Counsel Vanessa McKay shares best practices for building a global privacy and data protection team.
Leslie Hartford provides insights on the wave of generative AI tools hitting the market and discusses the privacy issues raised by ChatGPT along with the pitfalls businesses must watch for.
Jason Kunze gives us an overview of the web scraping landscape with a look at recent rulings and whether they help to clarify some of the legal questions surrounding web scraping activities.
In their introductory episode, Jason and Jenny share what led their practice into the world of privacy law. They also highlight topics they plan to explore throughout the series.
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