Crash Course: Data Security and Privacy presented by Jason Haislmaier, Partner, Bryan Cave
Wednesday, December 5, 2012; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Light Refreshments at 6:00 and Reception to Follow
@ University of Colorado Law School, Room 301
Data and the ability to collect, process, store, and share data have become crucial to the success of nearly all companies. At the same time, the legal requirements and business expectations governing data privacy and data security have continued to expand. Companies can no longer take for granted their ability to collect, access and use data without meeting these requirements and expectations. Join Jason Haislmaier for an overview of these requirements and expectations and a discussion of what companies need to know about data security and privacy, including:
- Legal requirements (and business realities) governing data collection, processing, and sharing
- Lessons learned from companies that did not get it right, featuring Facebook®, Twitter®, Google®, MySpace®, and others
- Data privacy concerns in behavioral advertising
- Data privacy and security in the world of "Big Data"
- Strategies for leveraging data privacy and security in new products and services
- Best practices for data privacy and security legal compliance
Speaker: Jason Haislmaier, Partner, BryanCave HRO (Boulder, CO)
Jason assists emerging and established companies in structuring, negotiating, and closing technology and intellectual property transactions. He has developed a specialty advising clients in the fast changing areas of data privacy and data security. Jason helps clients throughout the world develop strategies to comply with the legal regulations and business expectations involving data privacy and security and to leverage that compliance as a benefit to their business. In addition to data privacy and data security, Jason has also lectured extensively on topics including open source software, cloud computing, intellectual property in mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, and technology licensing.
To view Jason Haislmaier's slides from the presentation please click here.