Data Privacy: Competing in a Digital Economy
Speakers: Bill King, King Innovative/Sarah Sargent, Godfrey & Kahn
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 5:30–7 p.m.
Place: Virtual Event (link will be provided the day of the event)
Fee: Free for ABIC Members and students; $25 for non-members
Today’s technology-driven, data-fueled product and service offerings are accelerating the rate of change across industries and throughout supply chains. According to a survey of U.S. adults by Pew Research Center, some 81% of consumers say that the potential risks they face because of data collection by companies outweigh the benefits. Additionally, a majority (79%) of Americans report being concerned about the way their data is being used by companies and most feel they have little or no control over how these entities use their personal information. The proliferation of proposed and enacted data privacy regulations across the US (25 states) supports these findings and is changing the way businesses operate in the digital economy. How do you meet new customer demands, build trust and make it safer for customers to do business with your brand? What should you be aware of with respect to data privacy compliance, what does it mean to you and how do you move from where you are to where you need to be? Discover answers to these questions and more.
About Bill King
Bill King is founder and president of King Innovative, a modern analytics and data privacy management practice located in Waukesha. King has been in been in technology services for over 24 years and, as a seasoned translator, specializes in bridging the gap between business and technology by communicating complex issues in simple terms.
About Sarah Sargent
Sarah Sargent is a member of the data privacy & cybersecurity practice group and digital business practice group at Godfrey & Kahn. She holds CIPP/US AND CIPP/E certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, allowing her to advise on issues regarding the European Union’s general data protection regulation, the California consumer privacy act and others.