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With Maureen Ohlhausen (FTC Commissioner), Joseph Lorenzo Hall (Ctr for Democracy & Tech), Caroline McCaffery (Chief Privacy Officer, Sailthru), Clark Russell (Depy Bureau Chief, NY Office of Attorney General).
Tuesday, February 03, 2015 at 08:00 AM   $20   Bryan Cave, 1290 Ave of the Americas, 35th Fl

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<DIV><STRONG>Championing Data Privacy & Protection to Enhance Consumer Trust</STRONG></DIV>
<DIV>Whether you are a multi-national corporation, single location retailer or mobile app developer, join us to learn best practices to enhance your privacy and security practices, maximizing protection consumer trust and the protection of your brand. The morning Town Hall kicks off with a moderated fire-side chat with FTC Commissioner Ohlhausen, followed by interactive panels geared to the general business community. The optional afternoon workshop will provide attendees a framework to help create an effective plan to help 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.</DIV>
<LI><STRONG>Maureen K. Ohlhausen, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission</STRONG></LI>
<LI>John Checco, Bank of America (invited)</LI>
<LI>Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Chief Technologist, Center for Democracy & Technology</LI>
<LI>David Fowler, Chief Privacy Officer & Head of Digital Compliance, Act-On</LI>
<LI>Caroline McCaffery, General Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, Sailthru Inc.</LI>
<LI>Tim Rohrbaugh, Chief Information Security Officer, Intersections Inc. / Identity Guard</LI>
<LI>Clark Russell, Deputy Bureau Chief, Internet Bureau, NY Office of the Attorney General</LI>
<LI>George Schultzel, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation</LI>
<LI>Craig Spiezle, Executive Director & President, Online Trust Alliance</LI>
<LI>Scott Stein, General Counsel, VP Public Affairs, Online Trust Alliance</LI>
<LI>Sal Tripi, Assistant VP & Chief Privacy Officer, Publishers Clearing House</LI>
<LI>Jena Valdetero, Partner, Bryan Cave LLP</LI>
<LI>Gary VonHoch, VP Web Operations, American Greetings</LI>
<LI>David Zetoony, Partner, Bryan Cave, LLP</LI>
<LI><A TITLE="DpD Bios" HREF="" TARGET="_blank" REL="nofollow">Complete Bios ></A></LI>
<DIV>Breakfast & Networking opens at 8:00 AM, following by kickoff, keynotes and panels concluding at 11:30. The optional afternoon Data Protection and Breach Readiness Workshop starts at 1:00 PM and will conclude at approximately 4:30 PM. Note the afternoon workshop is closed to the press and media.</DIV>
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<DIV><STRONG>About Data Privacy & Protection Day</STRONG><BR>The 2015 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. This marks the 5th consecutive year OTA has taken on the leadership role in raising privacy and security awareness via hosting educational town halls, hands-on workshops and networking events. <A TITLE="OTA DpD" HREF="" TARGET="_blank" REL="nofollow">Learn More About DpD ></A></DIV>
<DIV><STRONG>Directions Getting to Bryan Cave via the Subway</STRONG></DIV>
<DIV>B, D, F or M to Rockefeller Center / 47-50th Street Station</DIV>
<DIV>B, D or E to 53rd Street / 5th Ave</DIV>
<DIV>N, Q or R to 49th Street / 7th Ave</DIV>
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