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CCPA and CPRA: Scope and Definitions (Part 1)
January 13, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
This program offers 1 participatory MCLE credit.
California Consumer Privacy Act became effective as of January 1, 2020. Businesses are obliged to implement brand new processes to comply with regulatory requirements. Every business from small to large corporations should put their earnest effort to comply with the CCPA and its regulations to protect consumer data. In this informative and interactive webinar, we will discuss the scope of the CCPA and what groups are exempt from CCPA regulations. We will also provide an overview of key definitions that were added to the CCPA as part of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which became effective December 2020.
Speaker: Brett Cook
Moderator: Aigerim Dyussenova
Brett Cook is an Enterprise Data Privacy Officer at Wells Fargo. He has led CCPA implementation for Global Privacy Office working with global stakeholders in developing privacy guidelines and return-to-office strategies during COVID-19. He developed and revised policies, standards and supporting procedures and guidance documentations.
Brett is an Executive Committee Member at Privacy Law Section of California Lawyers Association where he advises in all Privacy related initiatives and matters. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Brett was a Chief Privacy Counsel at US Navy where he was for 15 years.
Aigerim Dyussenova is with Twitter’s Legal Policy team where she works on matters dealing with the U. S. and International laws regarding freedom of speech. She is the current Education Chair at CLA BLS Internet and Privacy Law Committee. In her free time, she explores Privacy laws and compliance and ubiquitous internet platform products that provide social networking.