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Privacy and Cybersecurity April 2019 Events

Please join us for our April events.

April 2                             Trust in data, no longer a luxury?
Nicola Fulford and James Denvil will speak at the workshop,” Trust in data, no longer a luxury – Privacy, security, and consumer trust for 21st century,” at the Luxury Law London Summit. They will discuss some of the challenges of succeeding in a data-driven market that is undergoing global regulatory upheavals.
Location: London

April 4                             Global TEC Forum
Mark Brennan will speak on the panel, “California Breaks New Privacy Ground (Again): The California Consumer Privacy Act and What it Means,” at the 2019 Global TEC Forum, hosted by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.
Location: San Francisco

April 5                              International Privacy + Security Forum
Bret Cohen and Tim Tobin will be speaking at the International Privacy + Security Forum. Bret will be speaking on the panel, “Trends in Global Privacy Enforcement and How to Allocate Scarce Compliance Resources,” and Tim will be speaking on the panel, “Navigating ePrivacy Requirements: New Ways to Tackle Consent, Cookies and Other Marketing Challenges.”
Location: Washington, D.C.

April 5                               Cybersecurity and Data Privacy
James Denvil will be a panelist at the Spring Symposium on Cybersecurity and Data Privacy for the Journal of Business & Technology Law at the University of Maryland.
Location: Baltimore

April 12                             TCPA
Mark Brennan will discuss TCPA issues at the National Council of Higher Education Resources (NCHER) 2019 Spring Legal Meeting.
Location: Alexandria, VA

April 16                             California Consumer Protection Act: Understanding The Challenge Ahead and What You Should Be Doing Now
The groundbreaking California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020, and companies already are working on compliance. Join members of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team for our CCPAnow program, a valuable opportunity to explore the questions that you need to address now in order to be ready. To register, please click here.
Location: Hogan Lovells New York office

April 16                             2019 Legislative Day
Mark Brennan will discuss TCPA issues at the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM) 2019 Legislative Day.
Location: Washington, D.C.

April 25                             Ankura Data Privacy Round Table
Nicola Fulford will speak on the panel, “GDPR and Brexit Fatigue: Next Steps,” at the Ankura Data Privacy Round Table.
Location: London