Privacy and Security Issues: Impact of the New CA Privacy Law on Big Data

Events / Friday, November 16, 2018
7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

UCLA Anderson School of Management
Executive Dining Room, Gold Hall
110 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095

On-site parking is available in Structure 4 and is $12

In connection with UCLA Anderson School of Management and the Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment and Sports (MEMES), we invite you to attend an interactive presentation on the upcoming California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA). Learn from legal, privacy and security professionals about the impact of evolving privacy laws and ways to map, minimize, manage and secure your data. We will also discuss industry standards regulating the collection, use, sharing, sale and security of California residents’ data, including under the new paradigm-shifting CCPA effective January 1, 2020.

This pre-conference program is in connection with UCLA’s Big Data Conference and does not require conference registration.


Part 1: Data and Privacy (30 minutes)


Part 2: Data and Security (30 minutes)


Cost: This is free to attend.

Attendees who register for this pre-conference program and would like to attend the Big Data Conference can purchase a discounted ticket here for $20 off. Register as an "Industry Professional" for the discount by clicking on the green “ticket” button, then the link in the upper right corner to enter the promotional code: BakerLaw.

Pending approval for 1 hour of CLE credit for California lawyers and CPAs.

For more information contact Laura Shovlowsky at or 1+303-764-4144.

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