2023 brings a host of changes regarding data regulations, particularly with CPRA and CDPA legislation implementation. Come prepared to discuss how these pieces of legislation impact your organization. Liz Harding and Aaron Ogunro from Polsinelli's Data Privacy practice will guide you as they dive into the direct impacts these regulations will have on your organization and Kansas City as a whole.
This series is led by the Exec Roundtable | Data Analytics co-chairs:
About Liz Harding:
Liz is a dual-qualified attorney in Colorado and the United Kingdom who counsels clients on data privacy, advertising and technology licensing matters. Prior to practicing in the U.S., she practiced law in the U.K. for over 10 years, mainly focusing on EU and UK privacy matters.
Liz has significant experience counseling clients on how to comply with their enterprise-wide privacy obligations, including the GDPR, CCPA, and other US federal and state, and international, privacy and cybersecurity regulations. Using a risk-based approach to privacy compliance, Liz provides business-focused, and pragmatic advice underpinned by over 20 years experience.
About Aaron Ogunro:
Aaron Ogunro is an associate in the Technology Transactions and Data Privacy practice group. His practice primarily focuses on data privacy and security compliance with specific focus on US and EU regulatory regimes, including the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
He advises clients ranging from start-ups to multinational public companies across various industries on how to identify and manage risks with respect to data usage, maintenance, and disclosures, including in the context of global deal-making and other commercial transactions. Aaron conducts privacy and data security due diligence, negotiates privacy and data security provisions and addendums, and prepares internal and public-facing data privacy policies and procedures.
Aaron also assists clients with sensitive cybersecurity incidents, including coordinating forensic investigations and ransom negotiations and advising clients on their legal obligations.