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2019 Year in Review: Privacy, Data Protection & Cybersecurity

Feb 4, 2020 Webinars < 1 read

February 4, 2020
8:30 am (ET) – 1:00 pm (ET)
McMillan LLP, Toronto

View the recorded webinar here.

McMillan is excited to ring in the new year with our fourth annual Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Seminar.

Focusing our discussion on significant advancements, findings and key takeaways, we will present a “Year in Review” session that will cover many of the notable developments that occurred in 2019.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • Privacy and Data Security Class Actions – 2019 Update
  • Significant 2019 Decisions from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
  • Regulatory Guidance from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada – What’s New?
  • Transborder Dataflows: Up, Down and Sideways – What do we do now?
  • Cybersecurity Update – The Evolving Legal Landscape
  • The Digital Era of Canadian Privacy Law: The Digital Charter and Potential Changes to Canadian Privacy Laws
  • Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) – 2019 Year in Review

Click here for the full agenda with more details.

CPD

This program is eligible for up to 2 hours and 20 minutes of Substantive Hours in Ontario.

Speakers:

Lyndsey A. Wasser 
Co-Chair Privacy & Data protection
Co-Chair Cybersecurity

Rish Handa
Counsel

Mitch Koszerginski
Associate

Janine MacNeil
Partner

Chiedza Museredza
Associate

Kristen Pennington
Associate

Grace Shaw
Associate

Melanie Paradis
Director
McMillan Vantage Policy Group

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