“DPPS is an excellent course in the topics of law and privacy compliance. It was a privilege learning and interacting with the presenters who are subject matter experts, and I would recommend this course to anyone looking to enhance their professional career goals.” – Allen Balsasa, Sr. Specialist for Information Security at Hermes of Paris Inc.

“DPPS is an excellent course in the topics of law and privacy compliance. It was a privilege learning and interacting with the presenters who are subject matter experts, and I would recommend this course to anyone looking to enhance their professional career goals.” – Allen Balsasa, Sr. Specialist for Information Security at Hermes of Paris Inc.

“Professional development is so important when you are working in technology. The Data Privacy and Protection Specialist (DPPS) Certification course is my latest investment in furthering my SME on data privacy and compliance.” – Antoinette King, Founder and CEO at Credo Cyber Consulting

Data Privacy and Protection Specialist

Be Proactive, Stay Engaged, Plan Ahead

Register Early, Seating is Limited

Dates
February 24th – 25th 2021, Wednesday & Thursday | Recording Available
July 13th – 14th 2021, Tuesday & Wednesday
September 15th – 16th 2021, Wednesday & Thursday
November 10th – 11th 2021, Wednesday & Thursday
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time (8 hours total)

Why should you take the Data Privacy & Protection Specialist course?

  • Data is the most valuable asset in most companies, but it is also the least protected. 
  • Deepen your understanding of data privacy laws and regulations and operationalize best practices of data protection.
  • Learn to protect all of the data within an organization, not just data subject to privacy laws.

How is the Data Privacy & Protection Specialist course unique?

  • DPPS teaches you to manage risks to all types of data, including confidential/proprietary data and intellectual property. 
  • DPPS combines the compliance requirements of data privacy with the cybersecurity skills of data protection.
  • DPPS is designed to help companies of all sizes from all industry sectors.
You already have certifications, why do you need to take another course?
  • Privacy is just one part of a proper data management program; you need all the skills to protect your company’s data.
  • Add value to your company and your career and prepare to protect data at the highest level of any organization.
  • Enhance your qualifications and join our network of DPPS certified industry leaders.

A panel of industry experts will share lessons learned regarding organizational structures, recruiting for data privacy and protection positions, internal coordination, and involving and informing the board. 

One Workshop will enable participants to establish a data privacy & protection function within a sample organization

Another workshop will ask participants to act as a DPPS advising their organization during either product development or an acquisition. 

An exam follows the course.  Participants who pass the exam will receive a frameable certificate and will become part of  ADCG’s DPPS Network

Audience
Data protection officers or data protection leads
Chief privacy officers or privacy leads
Chief risk officers and risk managers
Chief information officers or IT leads
Chief information security officers or information security leads
Chief compliance officers or compliance counsel or managers
Product development manager
Legal counsel
Chief operations officers or operational personnel

“Professional development is so important when you are working in technology. The Data Privacy and Protection Specialist (DPPS) Certification course is my latest investment in furthering my SME on data privacy and compliance.” – Antoinette King, Founder and CEO at Credo Cyber Consulting

Presenters

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Jody Westby
CEO of Global Cyber Risk

Drawing upon a unique combination of more than twenty years of technical, legal, policy, and business experience, Ms. Westby founded Global Cyber Risk LLC (GCR) in 2000.  GCR provides first-tier advisory and technical services to organizations in the areas of privacy, cybersecurity, cyber governance, incident response, and digital asset inventories and data mapping.  Ms. Westby also serves as Adjunct Professor to the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Computer Science. She is a professional blogger for Forbes and writes a regular column for Leader’s Edge magazine on cybersecurity issues.

Ms. Westby is a member of the bars of the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, and Colorado. She serves as chair of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Privacy and Computer Crime Committee (Science & Technology Law Section) and co-chair of the Cybercrime Committee.

Ms. Westby led the development of the International Toolkit on Cybercrime Legislation and is an editor and co-author of the 2010 WFS-ITU publication, The Quest for Cyber Peace. Ms. Westby is co-author and editor of four books on privacy, security, cybercrime, and enterprise security programs and author of two books on legal issues associated with cybersecurity research, all published by the ABA.  She speaks globally on these issues.

Panelists

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Jill Reber
General Manager for Data Privacy at Logic 20/20
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Scott Giordano
VP and General Counsel for Corporate Privacy at Spirion
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Brian Segobiano
Managing Director for Technology, Privacy, and Cyber Risk at Ankura
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Elizabeth M. Young LaBerge
Senior Director of Advocacy & Counsel at Credit Union National Association
Dates
February 24th – 25th 2021, Wednesday & Thursday | Recording Available
July 13th – 14th 2021, Tuesday & Wednesday
September 15th – 16th 2021, Wednesday & Thursday
November 10th – 11th 2021, Wednesday & Thursday
Combo: Membership & Certificate Course: $995
Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time (8 hours total)
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