ISO/IEC 27001 vs. CCPA and NYC Shield Act: What Are the Similarities and Differences?
Date: November 10, 3:00 PM CET
Length: 60 minutes
The adoption of laws protecting the data of individuals and consumers is becoming a driving force to push organizations to revisit their security around client and personal data. In addition, with the rise of government legislated personal data protection laws such as GDPR, individuals in other jurisdictions are now looking for better personal data protection. In this presentation, we will examine 2 US laws as well as the ISO/IEC 27001 standard and we will look at commonalities and differences between these three and how data security is driven from each.
The webinar will cover the following:
- An overview of the state of data security/privacy today
- Current trends driving adoption of stronger data protection standards/laws
- An overview of data protection in ISO/IEC 27001, CCPA, and the NYC Shield Act
- A comparison of ISO/IEC 27001, CCPA and the NYC Shield Act
- Lessons to be applied
Our first presenter for this webinar will be Anthony English, who is one of the top cybersecurity professionals in Atlantic Canada with extensive Canadian and International experience in cybersecurity covering risk assessment, management, mitigation, security testing, business continuity, information security management systems, architecture security reviews, project security, security awareness, lectures, presentations and standards-based compliance.
Our third presenter, Derek Stephenson, has over 23 years of IT and Security experience working in many sectors. Derek is Information Security Leader and has led teams in designing security programs to adapt business needs to the continuously changing threat landscape.
Victoria McIntosh is an information and privacy professional in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Holding a Masters in Library and Information Science, she puts the pieces together. Certified as an IAPP Information Privacy Technologist, Victoria brings privacy expertise to operations. She is keen on foundational privacy practices, adapting them into international compliance.