Oh, the Places We Might Go: U.S. Privacy Law and Regulation
– Moderator: Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, CIPP/US, CIPM, Managing Director, D.C., IAPP
– Brandon Pugh, CIPP/US, Senior Fellow & Policy Counsel, R Street Institute, Cyber and Emerging Threats Team
– Tatiana Rice, CIPP/E, Policy Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum
– Divya Sridhar, Ph.D., Director of Privacy Initiatives, Better Business Bureau National Programs
Being only three months into the 118th Congress, there is plenty of time for action on data privacy and security legislation and federal agencies have not been far behind. This panel will provide the data privacy and security landscape as it stands in real time in Washington DC. This includes looking back at the significant movement on privacy in 2022 and assessing recent developments from the FTC, Congress, the White House, the Supreme Court, and more. The panel will weigh in on future expectations and considerations and identify how emerging policy efforts could have real world implications for practitioners, consumers, industry, and security. A host of issues will be covered, including federal privacy legislation, momentum on rulemaking, use of sensitive data, and targeted ads. Panelists will share diverse viewpoints based on their daily work in data privacy and security policy.