Data privacy laws are continually evolving and creating new risks for firms that are required to collect and store communications data. As many organizations now employ technology and service providers to collect, process, and store data they must be increasingly diligent in ensuring that their service providers are equipped to address any applicable data privacy laws.
Join Smarsh on August 27th with Robert Cruz to learn more about:
- Data privacy laws are evolving and creating new complications for firms that are required to store communications data
- How would the CCPA and other state privacy laws impact the way that archiving vendors manage your data?
- What have we learned from GDPR and what is "privacy by design and default"
Senior Director of Information Governance, Smarsh
Robert Cruz is Senior Director of Information Governance for Smarsh and Actiance. He has more than 20 years of experience in providing thought leadership on emerging topics including cloud computing, information governance, and Discovery cost and risk reduction.
Principal, Information Governance Practice at Smarsh
Shaun comes from a 15 year career at Citibank, with roles in Software Development, Project Management, Intranet Development & UI Design, Management and ultimately finishing his career as the Technology Manager for the Investigation and Security division for EMEA and ASPAC. In his last role at Citibank, as well as managing an international team, he used data science and analytics, communications analysis, link charting, and GIS analysis to detect and investigate fraud.