11 December 2018, 3pm GMT
With the recent enactment of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data security and privacy issues have been escalated to the forefront of political agendas around the world. Regional and national laws are being rewritten to come into closer alignment with the GDPR and its core concepts around data use and protection. This growing international legislative landscape will have direct repercussions on carriers, their vendors and insureds/members. This webinar will examine the role that the EU has played in moving the discussion around data protection and security globally. It will delve into the impact the GDPR is having on other regions including Asia-Pacific, the Americas and the Middle-East and Africa and how numerous countries in those regions are moving their own national laws into line with the concepts behind the EU regulation. Finally, it will look at how this global shift brings about both challenges and opportunities for mutual and cooperative insurance organizations as well as the best ways of moving forward.
- Eduard Goodman, Global Privacy Officer, CyberScout (USA)
An internationally trained attorney and privacy expert, Eduard Goodman has 20 years of experience in global privacy law and cyber security. After law school he received his master of laws from Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands, where his dissertation focused on comparative international data protection law. Goodman is a member of the state bar of Arizona and has served on its Technology Committee and as chairman of the bar’s Internet, E-Commerce & Technology Law Practice section. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) covering designations for Canada, the European Union and the United States.
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