Join us for our first Data Privacy Symposium at The Westin Ballroom. We'll be discussing relevant topics such as artificial intelligence, changes in data privacy law and addressing privacy issues in contracts.
You'll walk away with a deeper understanding of current data privacy trends and how to manage them in your organization.
what's on the Agenda?
A.I. & the Intelligent Use of Data
50 minutes | Ashley Jackson
A.I. is the next frontier in data protection and privacy. We've seen A.I. and algorithms used to improve healthcare to patients and influence lives and culture in ways never seen before, from influencing our purchases to the news that surfaced to us on our favorite social media platforms. This session will explore the intersection of A.I. and data protection, the expanding use of data, and the global legislative frameworks on regulating A.I.
Managing Privacy in a Changing Landscape
50 minutes | Milda Aksamitauskas, Mark Storts, Justin Webb
A discussion of privacy challenges facing companies and approaches to managing a privacy program, including planning for changes in law, implementing effective privacy strategies, and thriving (not just surviving) in the privacy space.
Addressing Nuanced Privacy Issues in Contracts
50 minutes | Kate Campbell and Sarah Sargent
We’re going to take a deep dive into nuanced privacy issues in contracts including data transfers, data storage and hosting, as well as compliance with upcoming state laws.
meet the speakers
Milda Aksamitauskas, Chief Data Officer, Wisconsin DOJ
Milda Aksamitauskas is an experienced data and analytics strategist. As the first Chief Data Officer at the Wisconsin Department of Justice she established the data governance and analytics infrastructure from the ground up, started a data governance group and created the first data catalog. Milda is responsible for strategic planning and rapid development of data products for situation awareness.
Milda’s professional brand is due to her strong commitment to public service gained through public policy studies at the University of Chicago and twenty years of experience working in state and local government. Milda has served as an economist at the Department of Revenue, a senior policy analyst in the Medicaid program, and led a research scientist team at the Office of Health Informatics. She is an invited contributor of posts about government data on apolitical.co, including a featured article Should a government form ask for your race?
Intrigued by the new possibilities during the pandemic, Milda self-arranged a data governance consulting project in her home country Lithuania where she provided an expert guidance for a country-wide open data and secondary use of health data initiatives. EU has strong data protections under the GDPR and all data sharing projects have to adhere to those regulations.
Kate Campbell, Attorney, Godfrey & Kahn
Kate’s practice focuses on advising clients in a wide array of matters related to cybersecurity and data privacy. She counsels clients on compliance with state, federal and international privacy laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (EU) (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation. Kate assists her clients with establishing data privacy programs, information security programs, information handling, incident response plans and subsidiary information technology and security standards and policies.
Ashley Jackson, Deputy General Counsel, Olive AI
Ashley S. A. Jackson is a global privacy expert and currently VP & Deputy General Counsel for Privacy & Compliance at Olive AI, Inc., a healthcare technology company, where she leads the privacy and compliance programs. Prior to Olive, Ashley served as the U.S. and Canada privacy leader and supported the Asian region privacy program at GE Healthcare. In addition, she has served as outside counsel to a myriad of international companies, counseling them on issues of global privacy compliance, vendor management, incident response, and litigation. Her experience has allowed her to handle privacy matters on every continent except Antarctica. She holds Certified Information Privacy Professional certifications for the U.S., Canada, Europe, and privacy program management. She is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and received her B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.
Sarah Sargent, Attorney, Godfrey & Kahn
Sarah Sargent is a member of the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity and Technology & Digital Business practice groups. She holds the CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPM certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, allowing her to draw from both domestic and international best practices when it comes to questions of data privacy. She counsels clients on privacy compliance with a variety of state, federal and international laws, including the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation. Sarah’s understanding of these regulations allows her to advise companies seeking to implement entity-wide privacy programs, walking them through each step necessary to prepare for the next emergent privacy law.
Mark Storts, Senior Director Privacy Alignment and Strategy, Northwestern Mutual
Mark Storts is a strategic legal advisor and privacy advocate. He works with business executives and risk partners on consumer privacy and data security issues unique to the financial services and insurance industry. His practice areas include consumer privacy, data governance, information security, data security breach response, marketing, telematics, and vendor contracts. He also monitors federal and state legislative activity as well as regulatory enforcements. My current privacy certifications include the CIPP/US, CIPT and CIPP/C from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Justin Webb, Privacy Counsel, Snap
Justin Webb is Privacy Counsel at Snap Inc. and advises the business on cybersecurity and privacy issues and forthcoming legislation, and assists in the response to privacy incidents and security incidents. Prior to joining Snap, Justin was a Shareholder and co-chair of the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice at Godfrey & Kahn, and also served as the firm's Chief Information Security Officer. Before entering the practice of law, Justin served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable J.P. Stadtmueller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.