Modern enterprises face a confusing array of data privacy obligations and with increased data breaches and regulatory enforcement, privacy compliance is a high stakes game. However, many organizations now recognize that these risks can be effectively mitigated with the right data privacy compliance program in place.

There are lots of sources of information out there, but when you’re the person in the hot seat and the responsibility to manage privacy risk is on your shoulders, how can you prioritize and know the right steps to take?

Register now for this on-demand webinar to learn the six practical steps to launching your organization’s first privacy program or expanding an existing one: 

  1. Creating a Framework (based on the requirements for your organization)
  2. Risk Management (risk assessments, management and ongoing ranking of risks)
  3. Privacy by Design 
  4. Incident Response
  5. Vendor and Third Party Management 
  6. Program Development and Ongoing Monitoring (follow up on trends, new requirements, training, documentation, communication)

Paola Zeni
Director of Global Privacy, Ethics and Compliance, Symantec

Paola Zeni is a member of the Legal Department at Symantec, the fourth-largest independent software company in the world. In her role as Director of Global Privacy, Ethics and Compliance, she manages the Privacy Office and the Office of Ethics & Compliance, and supports Symantec businesses and functions with legal advice on global privacy and ethical issues. The mission of her team is to directly incorporate privacy into every product and process that touches personal information and to foster a culture of compliance that promotes integrity and the highest standards of ethical behavior at Symantec. Paola has spent her whole career in the high tech sector with a variety of responsibilities, and has been working on privacy issues for almost 15 years, first in Europe for HP and Agilent Technologies, and later in the US as Global Privacy Lead for Agilent. She has a Law Degree from the Catholic University of Milan and a LLM in US Law from the University of Santa Clara. She is member of the IAPP, has practiced in Italy, and is a member of the California Bar. 

Beth Sipula
Senior Consultant, TRUSTe

Beth Sipula, CIPP/US, is a Senior Consultant at TRUSTe. Beth has spent the last fifteen years focusing on a broad range of data privacy, data security and risk management areas. She has extensive experience in leading global data privacy assessments, SaaS, implementing privacy by design programs, creating and conducting privacy training, evaluating new and emerging technologies, product lifecycle support, mobile applications, web site and offline data collection, use, transfer and storage of data, M&A assessments and support, marketing/CRM data best practices, and leading PCI-DSS compliance programs. Beth's last role was as the privacy leader at Citrix Systems, Inc. where she oversaw all aspects of global privacy, PCI-DSS and data protection for the company.

Eleanor Treharne-Jones, CIPP/E

Director, EMEA & Global Communications, TRUSTe

As Global Communications Director at TRUSTe, Eleanor Treharne-Jones is responsible for ensuring TRUSTe is at the heart of the evolving data privacy debate and has pioneered successful thought leadership initiatives including a three-year research program, impactful press campaigns, engaging content marketing and the Powering Trust Event Series. She played a key role in supporting TRUSTe’s global expansion as they entered the European Market in 2012.