Beginning January 1, companies around the world will need to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) if they collect personal information on California residents.  Dorsey's Cybersecurity, Privacy and Social Media Group is conducting a half-day conference to help companies understand the practical aspects of this new, sweeping privacy law.

Fines of Fury
12:20 pm – 1:20 pm CT

The CCPA contains onerous compliance requirements with hefty penalties.  In Fines of Fury, attendees will learn more about the risks of non-compliance, and the significant impact CCPA may have on the increasingly complicated calculus for assessing whether an incident should be reported.

Shawn Fleury
, Director, The Crypsis Group
Pete Storm, Principal Consultant, The Crypsis Group
Robert Cattanach, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Game of Compliance
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm CT

Without significant guidance from the California Attorney General, companies will have to look to each other for help on what constitutes reasonable measures.  In Game of Compliance, attendees will learn what other major industry players are thinking about as they work toward CCPA compliance.

Alfredo Della Monica, Vice President and Senior Counsel U.S. Privacy & Data Use, American Express
Michelle Dennedy, Founder and CEO, iDennedy Project; former Chief Privacy Officer, Cisco Systems
Cody Wamsley, CISSP, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Way of the Resilient
2:40 pm – 3:40 pm CT

A structured, methodical approach is crucial to achieving CCPA readiness.  In Way of the Resilient, attendees will learn what actionable next steps they should take on their path toward January 1.

Michael Schell, Director of Strategic Accounts & Channels – U.S., EdgeScan
Robert Cattanach, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Jamie Nafziger, Partner and Chair, Cybersecurity, Privacy & Social Media Group, Dorsey & Whitney LLP  
Cody Wamsley, CISSP, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP


Dorsey's Cybersecurity, Privacy and Social Media Group helps assess data flows and guide compliance efforts, including proactive planning, assessment of rapidly-evolving legal requirements, preparing for cyber threats and guiding incident response. 

If you have questions, please contact Lori Wosmek via email.