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This event took place on March 5, 2014 at 12:00 PM and has already passed.
 
 
CBA Offices
1900 Grant Street
9th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
 
 
Wednesday,March 5, 2014
 
12:00 Noon-1:30 p.m.
 
 
RSVP REQUIRED:
Please email lunches@cobar.org or register online at: http://www.cobar.org/cle/item.cfm?eventid=COMM030514
 
 
RSVP’s must be received by noon on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
 
 
 
 
Deborah Shinbein, President, Data Law Group P.C.
Kari Kelly, CEO, , Data Law Group P.C.
 
 
“Data Privacy and Security Issues in Vendor/Clients Relationships”
 
 
 
Most companies have relationships with multiple vendors, some of which have access to the company's data and systems. Evaluating a vendor's security measures (and gaps between their data security standards and the company's specific requirements), and ensuring they comply with applicable laws and industry standards, can be challenging. From a vendor perspective, how to untangle the web of customer- specific requirements and demands for compliance with the applicable standards? Financial institutions that are subject to GLBA and covered entities and their service providers under HIPAA/HITECH are subject to compliance with complex regulatory requirements for not only their own family of companies but are now required to ensure that all of their service providers and subcontractors are compliant with the prevailing regulations. We will discuss privacy regulations, industry best practices, contractual obligations, and audit standards companies can use to successfully manage numerous outside vendor relationships in this demanding regulatory regime. Target's security breach is rumored to have occurred from an HVAC vendor... it is crucial to know your vendors and manage them carefully!
 
 
 
Deborah Shinbein, President, Data Law Group P.C.
 
Deborah is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, having received the CIPP/US designation from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She has focused on privacy, internet, technology and media law since 1997. She began her legal career in Silicon Valley at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and she was more recently Special Counsel at Faegre & Benson. Her in-house roles have included The Walt Disney Internet Group, USA Networks, DrDrew.com, and General Counsel for Examiner.com. 
 
Deborah helps companies navigate the maze of laws and regulations applicable to e-commerce and online content, and has worked in the urgent aftermath of security breaches, crafted information security policies, handled COPPA, CAN-SPAM and other online compliance, and guided clients through numerous other data security and privacy matters. She has worked with technology and media companies of all sizes, and tailors her solutions to the clients needs, budget and culture.
 
 
Kari Kelly, CEO, , Data Law Group P.C.
 
Kari is an experienced business attorney who prides herself on helping her clients obtain their business goals by providing practical and thoughtful advice and acting as an extension of the executive team. As in-house counsel for public companies such as IBM and Nelnet, Inc., Kari enjoyed working on cutting edge issues at the intersection of the law and technology. Early in her career, she experienced the fast-paced law firms in both Silicon Valley and Germany. 
 
With a deep background in technology law, Kari is focused on making sense of the dynamic regulatory environment surrounding privacy, personal information, cyber security and protection of customer data. She helps clients implement sustainable corporate processes and policies to meet the growing privacy and security demands of their customers, regulators, business partners and employees. 
 
 
Submitted for 1 general CLE credit.
 
 
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COST & PAYMENT
The cost of the luncheon is free to for all attendees. Vegetarian meals must be requested when making a reservation.
You may register for this program as a call instead. The cost for a call in is free as well. Call in instructions will be emailed the day before the program to those who are registered as call–ins.
 
 
If you park on the street for this program please take note of the parking/street sweeping signs.
 
The Bar Association will no longer validate parking for CLE programs..