HaystackID Educational Webcast
- June 22, 2022
- Time: 12:00 PM ET (11:00 AM CT, 9:00 AM PT)
- Register Now (Lexology)
As borders blur and businesses expand, many companies face accelerating challenges in data protection, privacy, and cross-border transfers. Dealing with each of these areas on its own can be daunting, and addressing each of these areas together can be downright discouraging. However, with a solid understanding of requirements, roles, and responsibilities, information governance and legal discovery professionals can successfully navigate the difficulties of cross-border transfers and translate compliance challenges into business opportunities.
In this informational presentation, experts in areas ranging from data protection and privacy to data transfer and legal discovery will discuss and explain the best approaches, protocols, and practices for successfully guiding an organization’s data in a world of shields and Schrems.
- Contours of the Privacy Landscape: A Brief History of Privacy
- From Hypotheticals to Reality: Considering Data Protection
- Roles, Responsibilities, and Risk: Data Protection and Privacy Requirements and Compliance
- Documentation Matters: Transfer Mechanisms, Policies, Addenda, and Assessments
- Through the Lens of Discovery: Considerations for Legal Discovery Practitioners
- Tying it All Together: From Shield to Schrems to Cross-Border Transfer Confidence
Data Protection Officer and Special Counsel, Global Privacy and Forensics
In 2022, Christopher Wall joined HaystackID and currently serves as Data Protection Officer and Special Counsel, Global Privacy and Forensics on the Client Services team. Chris also serves as HaystackID’s internal data protection officer. In his role as Special Counsel for Global Privacy & Forensics, 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. Prior to joining HaystackID, Chris worked at Ernst & Young, where he led cross-border cybersecurity, forensic, structured data and traditional discovery investigations.
John J. Rosenthal
Chair, eDiscovery and Information Governance Practice
Winston & Strawn LLP
John Rosenthal represents clients in an array of complex antitrust and litigation matters. His practice also involves counseling clients on a variety of trade regulation, trademark, and commercial issues. Chambers USA highlights his abilities as a “very strong litigator,” lauded for his “mastery of material,” whose “depth of intelligence about the market is unparalleled.” He also acts as national e-discovery counsel for numerous corporations.
Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer
Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva” is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader, and advisor handling global Data Privacy, Cyber Data Risk, and complex cross-functional data-driven projects. Ms. Reynolds is an internationally published author, highly sought speaker, and top media presence about global Data Privacy, Data Protection, and Emerging Technology issues.
Lead Privacy and Security Counsel
HaystackID is a specialized eDiscovery services firm that helps corporations and law firms securely find, understand, and learn from data when facing complex, data-intensive investigations and litigation. HaystackID mobilizes industry-leading cyber discovery services, enterprise solutions, and legal discovery offerings to serve more than 500 of the world’s leading corporations and law firms in North America and Europe. Serving nearly half of the Fortune 100, HaystackID is an alternative cyber and legal services provider that combines expertise and technical excellence with a culture of white-glove customer service. In addition to consistently being ranked by Chambers USA, the company was recently named a worldwide leader in eDiscovery Services by IDC MarketScape, a representative vendor in the Gartner Market Guide for E-Discovery Solutions, and a Legal Technology Trailblazer by The National Law Journal. Further, HaystackID has achieved SOC 2 Type II attestation in the five trust service areas of security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. For more information about its suite of services, including programs and solutions for unique legal enterprise needs, go to HaystackID.com.