Third Annual Connecticut Privacy Forum
United Technologies and Wiggin and Dana are pleased to host the third annual Connecticut Privacy Forum. Our keynote speaker will be Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen.
The Forum will offer perspectives from government enforcement, industry practitioners, and lawyers on current topics in privacy practice, such as handling third-party vendor relationships, cloud computing, best practices, privacy challenges in human resources, and the introduction of a new standard to replace SAS 70. Committed panelists include:
- Leonard Gordon, Director of the FTC Northeast Regional Office of the FTC
- Matthew Fitzsimmons, Assistant Connecticut Attorney General responsible for privacy issues
- Mark Raymond, Chief Information Officer, State of Connecticut
- Orrie Dinstein, Chief Privacy Leader & Senior IP Counsel, GE Capital
- Debra Hampson, AVP and Assistant General Counsel, head of Corporate Privacy Office, The Hartford
- Jeff Ziplow, Partner, Blum Shapiro
- Steve Younes, Vice President of Human Resources and Employment Counsel, St. Vincent's
- Irene Bassock, Employment Law Counsel, The Hartford
- Peter Bernstein, Senior Counsel, Corporate Compliance, Travelers
- Denise R. Tessier, Senior Regulatory Specialist, Insurance Compliance Solutions, Wolters Kluwer
- Michael W. Wanik, VP, Consulting & Investigations, SSC, Inc.
- Aaron Bayer and Mark Heaphy, Co-Chairs of Wiggin and Dana's Privacy and Information Security Practice
Materials from the Third Annual Privacy Forum
- Connecticut Privacy Forum Agenda
- Connecticut Privacy Forum Booklet
- Cyberthreats and DataFlows - Dealing with an Interconnected World
Presented by: Orrie Dinstein, Chief Privacy Officer and Senior IP & IT Counsel, GE Capital
- Government Regulators Panel
Privacy Bills Summary - 112th Congress
- The Demise of SAS 70: SAS 70 is dead - what next?
Presented by: Jennifer Gerasimov, Senior Manager, Deloitte and Touche LLP, Jeff Ziplow, Partner, Blum Shapiro