Webinar and Podcast Library

March 2022

Privacy In Focus®

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Government Contracting Issues Related to Privacy and Cybersecurity

April 21, 2022 | WILEY WEBINAR

Speakers: Jon W. BurdGary S. Ward

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2022 Wiley National Security Series: Digital Currency and National Security Implications

March 10, 2022 | WILEY WEBINAR

Speakers: Hon. Nazak NikakhtarStephen J. Obermeier

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Preparing for New State Privacy Frameworks

March 2, 2022 | WILEY WEBINAR

Listen for a discussion of the laws taking effect in 2023, including what to expect from the rulemaking proceedings in California and Colorado that will shape expectations and obligations under these frameworks, as well as the steps your organization can start taking now to prepare. We also review several key privacy proposals being considered by other states during what is already proving to be an active legislative session.
Speakers: Kathleen E. Scott, Joan Stewart

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FTC’s Revised Safeguards Rule: How To Navigate New Information Security Requirements

february 16, 2022 | WILEY WEBINAR

The Federal Trade Commission’s revised Safeguards Rule will impose many new data security obligations on companies that are covered as “financial institutions” under the rule. These include new technical mandates and requirements to draft and implement specific kinds of written policies governing data security. With a November 9, 2022 compliance deadline, companies will need to begin planning for compliance now.
Speakers: Stephen J. ConleyDuane C. PozzaAntonio J. Reynolds

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Ransomware, Geopolitical Tensions, and the Race to Regulate

January 20, 2022 | WILEY PODCAST

Wiley partner Megan L. Brown and special counsel Jacqueline F. "Lyn" Brown, discuss ransomware, geopolitical tensions, and the race to regulate cybersecurity in the private sector.
Speakers: Jacqueline F. "Lyn" BrownMegan L. Brown

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Cyber in 2022: What Happened and What is Coming

January 20, 2022 | WILEY PODCAST

Wiley partner Megan L. Brown and special counsel Jacqueline F. "Lyn" Brown, who recently joined Wiley from the FBI, discuss cyber trends that picked up speed in 2021 and offer insights into what is coming in 2022 for the private sector including; ransomware and the sectors that are most at risk; how the government is responding to ransomware and other threats; how government is trying to increase cooperation with partners around the world; Public/Private partnerships and impending regulation; Civil Cyber Fraud Initiatives at DOJ and more.
Speakers: Jacqueline F. "Lyn" BrownMegan L. Brown

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Why the FTC Matters for Fintech

december 13, 2021 | FINTECH BEAT PODCAST

Speaker: Duane C. Pozza

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2021 Wiley National Security Series: National Security Issues in M&A Due Diligence

November 10, 2021 | WILEY WEBINAR

Join for a discussion on the importance of M&A due diligence, where we will cover; cybersecurity and ransomware; corporate M&A activity; Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), export controls, and compliance; Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI).
Speakers: Daniel P. BrooksMegan L. BrownLori E. Scheetz, Jerita L. DeBraux Salley

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Shifting U.S. Privacy Regulation: New State Laws Complicate Compliance Efforts

september 27, 2021 | WILEY and Simmons & simmons WEBINAR

Join Wiley attorneys Duane C. Pozza, Joan Stewart and Simmons & Simmons Alexander Brown for an overview of U.S. states that have enacted comprehensive privacy legislation and practical guidance on how to build a compliance program that can accommodate a multi-state approach. This session is jointly hosted with U.S. law firm Wiley.
Speakers: Joan StewartDuane C. Pozza

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Implementing AI Governance: An International Perspective


Join Wiley attorneys Duane C. Pozza, Kathleen E. Scott and Simmons & Simmons Minesh Tanna for an overview of legal and regulatory trends across borders, and a discussion of practical steps that companies can take to manage risk while taking advantage of the benefits of AI technology. 
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Kathleen E. Scott

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China Data Protection Legislation in the Making: Implications Beyond China’s Borders

JUNE 29, 2021 | WILEY and Simmons & simmons WEBINAR

China has proposed a Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) that establishes a comprehensive data protection structure for the collection, use, and disclosure of the personal information of individuals located in China. Jingyuan Shi, a data compliance expert and Partner from Simmons & Simmons China will share her detailed analysis of the key features and implications of the draft PIPL.
Speakers: Joan StewartDuane C. Pozza

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Industry Implications of EO on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity


President Biden’s recent issuance of the highly anticipated Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity (EO or Order), in the midst of high-profile cyber-attacks on the Nation, brought new challenges to organizations looking to secure their cyber defenses. In this multipart podcast series, Wiley's Government ContractsTelecom, Media & Technology (TMT), and Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance attorneys provide a high-level overview of the Order.
Speakers: Megan L. Brown, Jon W. Burd

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Key Takeaways from the AMG Capital Management v. FTC Decision


In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley partners discuss the Supreme Court’s recent 9-0 decision in AMG Capital Management v. FTC and its impacts. Tom Johnson, former Federal Communications Commission General Counsel, and Duane C. Pozza, formerly of the Federal Trade Commission, join Megan L. Brown to talk about FTC authority, the decision’s effects on other agencies’ enforcement activity, and the general trend in the courts to demand more of federal agencies that are increasingly using enforcement power to make law and policy shifts.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Megan L. Brown

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Virginia’s New Privacy Law: How to Navigate the Latest Privacy Framework


Virginia recently became the second state to pass a comprehensive privacy law. While the law is not effective until the beginning of 2023, it requires significant changes in how companies handle consumer data – representing a different privacy model than the CCPA. The webinar will also discuss tips for companies that must navigate compliance with both Virginia and California’s evolving privacy law, and peek ahead to other state laws that may be on the horizon.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Joan Stewart, Kathleen E. Scott

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Cybersecurity and Supply Chain Issues After SolarWinds: Restrictions on International Contractors and Domestic Software


Wiley’s Tracye Howard provides counsel with updates on the effect of the SolarWinds security breach on U.S. government contracting. The panel will address the cybersecurity policy reforms enacted in 2020 and the Cyberspace Solarium Commission's final recommendations to Congress. The panel will advise on the current requirements for federal contractors working to secure their supply chain's hardware, software, and services.
Speaker: Tracye Winfrey Howard

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FemTech: Biases and Data Privacy


In this Wiley Connected episode, Wiley attorney's discuss FemTech and the biases and data privacy issues in the industry.
Speaker: Krystal B. Swendsboe

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DoD Cyber: A Conversation with Melissa Vice, COO for DoD’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program

FEBRUARY 18, 2021 | WILEY Podcast

In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley Partner Megan Brown talks with Melissa Vice, the Chief Operations Officer for DoD’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP) about trends and DoD cyber, including a new Pilot Program for the Defense Industrial Base. Join Megan and Melissa for a substantive chat about VDP, IoT, NIST, and more.
Speaker: Megan L. Brown

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California Privacy Rights Act – What Does It Mean For You?


The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) – passed by voters in November – amends the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in a number of critical ways. Join us for a discussion of the CPRA’s key provisions, the issues on the table in upcoming rulemakings, and compliance strategies for businesses.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Joan Stewart, Kathleen E. Scott

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Protecting our Connected World: Cybersecurity in 2021


With the 117th Congress convened, and the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States on the horizon, policymakers will soon be setting their sights on the future of cybersecurity. Listen for a discussion on the current state and future trend of cybersecurity policy in the Internet of Things (IoT) and global supply chain.
Speaker: Megan L. Brown

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Bias and Balance in AI: Addressing Diversity and Inclusion


Listen to a discussion on the ways in which AI is currently being deployed, areas in which bias may occur, and potential approaches that can help define and identify bias, including standards development.
Speaker: Duane C. Pozza

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Information Blocking: Compliance Challenges, Answers, and Strategies for Risk Mitigation


Wiley attorney Rachel A. Alexander analyzes legal and compliance challenges associated with information blocking, including common compliance roadblocks and help the audience develop risk-mitigating compliance solutions for complex information blocking scenarios and identify emerging best practices for promoting interoperability.
Speaker: Rachel A. Alexander

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