Why downplaying your dealership's data privacy management can be a bet-the-business decision
All Colorado auto dealerships collect, store and rely on personal information that cybercriminals consider digital gold. You're a high-value target and it's a matter of time before you're attacked.
For obvious reasons, cyber attacks and reputation-ruining data breaches are on the rise — along with the costs to respond to them.
Class action lawsuits alleging intentional and negligent failures to keep private consumer and employee data safe are on the rise. There's no reason to quote scary numbers, as you've seen them. Now you need to know why ignoring these trends is a bet-the-business decision.
Join us at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 8, as Fisher Phillips Partner Ed Hpkins explains how Colorado's dealerships are subject to a slate of state and federal laws that govern how you collect, process, use, disclose, store, safeguard and dispose of personal information.
Designed for dealer principals, general managers, IT managers, business managers and controllers, Ed will show you how taking steps now to comply reduces the chances of litigation and enforcement actions, while protecting your brand.
- The differences between cybersecurity and privacy management
- What the Colorado Consumer Data Privacy Act, Gramm-Leach Bliley Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act require your dealership to do
- Hidden data privacy legal compliance issues that go along with collecting employee biometrics
- How to build a compliant privacy information management system
- Why you need to audit your privacy information management systems each year
Tuesday, December 8
8:30 - 10 a.m.
Do you offer medical or dental benefits to employees through CADA Insurance Services?
ATTEND FREE! Call 303.831.1722 for your code.
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About our presenter
A partner in the firm Fisher Phillips Denver office, Ed Hopkins (FIP, CIPM, CIPT, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPP/E, CIPP//c, CIPP/A) is a data security and workplace privacy lawyer and strategist. He helps employers comply with data privacy and information security laws, lawfully connect their remote workforces, train their teams on privacy management, prepare for and respond to security incidents or data breaches, communicate with law enforcement and other government agencies on cybercrime and data privacy matters and defend lawsuits arising from consumer or workplace privacy crimes.
Ed is one of the few attorneys in the world who holds all seven certifications offered by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), including certifications in the laws of the United States (CIPP/US), European Union (CIPP/E), Canada (CIPP/C) and Asia (CIPP/A); United States governmental privacy laws (CIPP/G); IT privacy best practices (CIPT); and information privacy management (CIPM). In 2016, the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) designated Ed a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP).