|When:||Back to Calendar December 5, 2012 @ 8:30 am – 10:15 am||Where:||RocketSpace
181 Fremont St
San Francisco,CA 94105
Join us on Wednesday, December 5th for the RocketSpace Educational Breakfast Series. This installment will focus on the following:
Keeping up with the increasing number of data protection laws and rising level of enforcement activity can leave start-ups short on cash and high on anxiety. Relax and hear the chair of Cooley’s privacy group discuss 10 easy ways emerging companies can help avoid privacy hangovers. You’ll learn why now more than ever your start up should care about privacy, what basic principles you can follow, and how to develop your own privacy and security program in the most cost-effective manner and with publicly-available resources. Handouts and privacy and security templates will be available exclusively for attendees.
Susan Lyon, Special Counsel Bio: Co-chair of Cooley LLP’s Privacy Practice Group. She counsels clients from small start-ups to major Internet, technology, advertising and telecommunications companies on a wide range of U.S. and international privacy and data security issues. Representative areas of expertise include CAN-SPAM, FTC Act, Children’s Online Privacy Protections Act (COPPA), telemarketing laws, data security and data breach notice obligations, behavioral targeting and advertising, online and mobile tracking and monitoring using automatic tracking technology, facial recognition and biometrics, cloud computing strategy, and legislative and regulatory policy and outreach.
- 8:30am- 9:00am-Networking/ Breakfast (Bacon and Eggs)
- 9:00am- 10:00am-Presentation “Champagne Privacy on a Beer Budget for StartUps
- 10:00am- 10:15am- Wind Down