Protecting Personal Information in an Online World

  • 06 Apr 2100
  • Virtual - at your desktop

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Everyone attending this webinar has provided volumes of personal information over the years to businesses, government and (with regard to this topic) test publishers and vendors. To some extent this requires an act of faith - we trust that our information will not be compromised, misused or fall into the hands of hackers and criminals. With recent failures to protect personal information gaining legislative attention both in the US and internationally, the spotlight is on organizations entrusted with this data to sustain, not erode, the rights of individuals. This webinar will provide guidelines and tools for building and maintaining a successful privacy management program, no matter how large or small your testing organization. Two leading privacy professionals, including a former Chief Privacy Officer of a Fortune 500 company, will provide an introduction to privacy principles and walk participants through the recommended steps for developing a mature privacy management framework.

Learning objectives:
* Provide an overview of data privacy principles and the evolving US and international frameworks for data privacy regulation.

* Provide participants with guidelines, resources and core recommendations for building and maintaining a successful privacy management framework, regardless of organization size.

* Use case studies in privacy management from within and outside the test publishing industry to illustrate key concepts.

Presenters:

Mark Poole
is
the Director of Test Security at Pearson VUE, where he oversees the development of Pearson VUE’s secure testing framework, including data forensics capabilities, identity management services and other security initiatives. He works closely with testing sponsors to support the planning, development and continuous improvement of their test security and data protection programs. Mark is an active participant in the ATP Security Initiative and previously chaired subcommittees on the Council for Secure Testing and the IT Certification Security Council. He has two decades’ experience in the information technology, security and testing businesses and holds board certifications in information security management and data privacy.

Jay Cline is President of Minnesota Privacy Consultants, past chief privacy officer of Carlson Companies, and privacy columnist for Computerworld. In these capacities, Cline has assisted companies that are subject to privacy regulations spanning every region and major industry sector, including three of the ten largest corporations in the U.S. Cline is also inventor of the Privacy Maturity Model, which helps organizations benchmark their privacy status relative to others. In 2005, an international panel of data-protection commissioners gave Cline its top award for his proposal for an international privacy agreement.
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