[Webcast] Today’s Privacy Reality: AI, Assessments, Breach and DSARs (February 15, 2023)
HaystackID Educational Webcast
Today’s Privacy Reality: AI, Assessments, Breach and DSARs is a webcast that will bring together a panel of experts to discuss the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on privacy and cybersecurity. The panel will address the ways in which AI is being used to assess privacy risks, prevent data loss, and respond to data subject access requests (DSARs).
The panel will begin by discussing the role of AI in assessing privacy risks. This is an increasingly important task in today’s world, where the amount of data being collected and stored by organizations continues to grow. AI algorithms can help organizations identify potential privacy risks and take steps to mitigate them. For example, an AI system might be able to analyze data sets to identify patterns that could indicate a potential privacy risk, such as a customer’s personal information being shared without their consent.
Next, the panel will discuss the use of AI in preventing data loss. Data breaches are a growing concern for organizations of all sizes, and AI can play a role in helping to prevent them. For example, AI algorithms can be used to monitor network activity for signs of a potential breach, such as an unusual spike in data traffic or the use of unauthorized protocols. If a breach is detected, the AI system can alert security personnel and take steps to prevent the loss of data.
Finally, the panel will discuss the role of AI in responding to DSARs. DSARs are requests from individuals for access to the personal data that organizations hold about them. This can be a time-consuming process for organizations, particularly if they receive a large number of DSARs. AI can help streamline the process by automating the search for relevant data and providing the necessary information to individuals in a timely manner.
This one-hour educational webcast will provide valuable insight into the ways in which AI is being used to address key issues in the realm of privacy and cybersecurity. The panel will discuss the benefits and challenges of using AI in this context, and offer practical advice for organizations looking to incorporate AI into their privacy and cybersecurity strategies.
DPO and Special Counsel for Global Privacy and Forensics
Chris Wall is DPO and Special Counsel for Global Privacy & Forensics at HaystackID. In his Special Counsel role, Chris helps HaystackID clients navigate the cross-border privacy and data protection landscape and advises clients on technical privacy and data protection issues associated with cyber investigations, data analytics and discovery.
Chris began his legal career as an antitrust lawyer, before leaving traditional legal practice to join the technology consulting ranks in 2002. Prior to joining HaystackID, Chris worked at several global consulting firms, where he led cross-border cybersecurity, forensic, structured data and traditional discovery investigations.
Kamran is a partner who leverages his data privacy experience to guide clients through their toughest cybersecurity and privacy issues. He is CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and CIPT certified.
Kamran focuses his practice on guiding his clients through the incident response process. This process includes directing forensic investigations, developing post-incident response notification plans, and responding to regulatory investigations.
Armed with decades plus experience as a litigator, Kamran provides his clients with a unique perspective on data privacy and protection issues. He brings a pragmatic problem-solving approach to his incident response work, an approach that he developed and honed through years of resolving high-stakes litigation disputes on behalf of his clients. Because of his litigation experience, Kamran’s skill set includes understanding and anticipating drafting ambiguities and oversights that spawn litigation, a skill set that he uses to his clients’ benefit when counseling them on compliance.
Chief Innovation Officer, President of Global Investigations and Cyber Incident Response Services
Michael Sarlo, as Chief Innovation Officer, works closely with HaystackID’s software development and data science teams to deliver best-in-class data collection, eDiscovery, and review solutions that allow legal teams to act on data types typically not conducive to collection, review, or production in the context of eDiscovery. In his role as President of Global Investigations, Michael works closely with clients on the most challenging and complex regulatory, investigative, and civil litigation matters. Michael also oversees HaystackID’s Cyber Discovery and Incident Response Services division. He leads a cross-functional team of HaystackID experts that regularly assist insurers, breach coaches, and their corporate clients when a data breach occurs.
Lead Privacy & Security Counsel
David Wallack serves as Motive’s Lead Privacy and Security Counsel, with significant experience in complex issues involving cyber incident response and mitigation, crisis management, data privacy program implementation using AI, and data privacy and security terms negotiation. David’s work also focuses on international and US data privacy laws.
HaystackID is a specialized eDiscovery services firm that supports law firms and corporate legal departments through its HaystackID Discovery Intelligence, HaystackID Core, and HaystackID Global Advisory offerings. In addition to increased offerings, HaystackID has expanded with five investments since 2018. Repeatedly recognized as a trusted service provider by prestigious publishers such as Chambers, Gartner, IDC MarketScape, and The National Law Journal, HaystackID implements innovative cyber discovery services, enterprise solutions, and legal discovery offerings to leading companies across North America and Europe, all while providing best-in-class customer service and prioritizing security, privacy, and integrity. For more information about its suite of services, including programs and solutions for unique legal enterprise needs, please visit HaystackID.com.