Protecting Personal Data at Home and Work
Data Privacy continues as a priority for most. In fact, according to Pew Research 93 percent of Americans considered it important to be able to control who could access their personal data but only nine percent said they had “a lot of control”. So how can we better protect personal data both at home and work? And what should we expect relative to new state and federal laws governing the collection, use and destruction of personal data.
Join us to learn about best practices in safeguarding personal data whether it is your data, or the data you are managing data on behalf of a client or citizen.
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9:00am- 9:45am- Welcome (Kelly Powell-Logan, Harrisburg University) |2023 Data Privacy Landscape and Trends
9:55am-10:35am: Data Privacy Plans and Assessments- Tools and Techniques to Measure and Mitigate Risk
10:45am-11:25am: Major Risks to Data Privacy at Home/Virtual Workplace and Remediation Strategies
11:35am-12:15pm: Major Risks to Data Privacy at Work and Remediation Strategies:
12:15pm- 1:00pm: LUNCH
1:00pm-1:40pm: National Data Privacy Perspectives from Major County Governments
1:50pm-2:30pm: Data Privacy Perspectives from Pennsylvania Local Governments and Schools
2:40pm-3:20pm: Window into the Future of Data Privacy Strategies and Initiatives
3:20pm-3:25pm: Closing Remarks
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