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Cloud Computing, Privacy & Data Security Law

Length: 3.5 hrs.

Privacy and data security issues have become well-recognized concerns for every industry.  They are now key concerns of every client and attorneys should be familiar with the general privacy principles and laws that apply in order to properly guide clients in any industry.  In addition, as the cost and complexity of managing the ever increasing volume of data increases, many companies are considering migrating their services to “the cloud.”  This session will provide an overview of the hottest issues in privacy and security law, including cloud computing, security breaches, information security programs, advertising, industry-specific obligations, new and pending legislation and practical guidance to help any organization better manage its information gathering, dissemination and use practices.


Sponsoring Association Committee:Consumer Affairs, Annie Ugurlayan, Chair


Program Co-Chairs: Alan Chapell, Chapell & Associates & Gary Kibel, Davis & Gilbert LLP

Faculty: Lora Fong, Senior Corporate Counsel,; Leonard L. Gordon, Director, Northeast Regional Office, Federal Trade Commission; Andrew S. Reiskind, Privacy and Data Protection Counsel, Mastercard Worldwide;


CLE Credit: 3.5 professional practice

Produced By:

New York City Bar Association

Course Materials

  • Cloud Computing, Privacy & Data Security Law
  • Cloud Computing, Privacy & Data Security Law- Handout
  • Affirmation Document