Is Privacy Another Casualty of Coronavirus?

MoFo’s Miriam Wugmeister will be a featured speaker on this year’s online IAPP Global Privacy Summit

22 Feb 2021 04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m. EST

For many individuals, the new coronavirus has meant working remotely, using more personal devices and sharing more information online. For enterprises, it has required decisions about what information to collect and share to allow employees to return to the office safely, monitor their remote work and protect against hackers and data loss. For regulators, it has meant making difficult choices about whether to permit or mandate sharing sensitive personal information to avoid a spread of the disease and promote public health initiatives.

In this session, Morrison & Foerster’s Miriam Wugmeister will join a wide-ranging discussion with Orrie Dinstein (Global CPO, Marsh & McLennan Companies) and Peter Lefkowitz (Chief Digital Risk Officer, Citrix) to evaluate the many ways in which living in the time of COVID-19 has challenged our conceptions of privacy, how we manage privacy programs, and how we approach public policy and public engagement in the U.S. and globally.

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