Webinar: CCPA: Right to Opt-Out, Non-Discrimination and Calculating the Value of Data
April 28, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
This program offers 1 participatory MCLE credit.
This webinar will cover three CCPA provisions: the right to opt-out, non-discrimination, and calculating the value of data, including scope, compliance, changes coming with the CPRA, and California AG investigations relating toaving these requirements.
Speakers: Maureen Mahoney, Brian Segobiano, and Jeewon Kim Serrato
Moderator: Cody Venzke
Maureen Mahoney is a Senior Policy Analyst in Consumers Reports’ San Francisco office. Her areas of focus include state data privacy, security, and data breach notification legislation; state right to repair legislation; and robocalls policy. She has been active in consumer privacy advocacy in California and in 2020 authored a report on practical and technical obstacles for consumers exercising their rights under the CCPA. In 2018, she testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Subcommittee Hearing on “Do Not Call: Combating Robocalls and Caller ID Spoofing.” At Consumer Reports, she has authored two additional policy briefs, “Dialing Back: How Phone Companies Can End Unwanted Robocalls” and “Errors and Gotchas: How Credit Report Errors and Unreliable Credit Scores Hurt Consumers,” and co-authored CR’s Right to Repair Model State Law. Maureen completed her undergraduate work at the University of Chicago and received an M.A. and a Ph.D. in history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Brian Segobiano is a Managing Director of Ankura, based in Chicago. Brian brings more than 12 years of experience with data privacy and cybersecurity issues, data analytics, eDiscovery, and digital forensics, as well as supporting complex disputes and investigations. He specializes in helping clients identify risks associated with global data protection laws and to develop technological and business programs for compliance and risk management, with expertise in the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). He has handled aspects of data privacy and cybersecurity ranging from data mapping, to developing policies and procedures, training employees, managing third-party risks, selecting and implementing new software, and providing support as an interim Data Protection Officer.
Brian joined Ankura from Navigant Consulting, where he led the data privacy solution team. Over the course of nine years he worked on life science compliance, healthcare analytics, international banking investigations, fraud detection, anti-money laundering, expert witness, and commercial dispute engagements. He began his professional career with Huron Consulting Group where he focused on forensic accounting investigations and prepared exhibits presented in United States Tax Court.
Jeewon Kim Serrato is partner in the San Francisco office and co-lead of the Digital Transformation and Data Economy team at BakerHostetler. Jeewon counsels clients in the areas of consumer privacy, cybersecurity, data monetization and data science.
Having worked in Washington, DC for more than a decade, on Capitol Hill and as head privacy executive for two public companies, Jeewon understands how digital strategy and data assets can shape the direction of business. She has a thorough understanding of U.S. and global privacy regulations, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. Utilizing this knowledge, she helps companies create enterprise-wide privacy and data strategy programs, crisis management policies, and data breach response plans from the ground up.
Jeewon formerly served on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee and currently serves as Chair of the California Lawyers Association’s Privacy Law Section Executive Committee. She is co-author of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) publication, “Data Processing Agreements: Coordination, Drafting and Negotiation” and an editor for the IAPP California Consumer Privacy Act training. Jeewon received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.