Impacts of Data Privacy Regulations on Business
September 18, 2018
1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
This webinar explores the current data privacy regulatory environment and the impact on business. We are seeing continued enhancements to overall data privacy regulations in a revolution to protect data. Changes in data privacy regulations and litigation outcomes may cause disruptions to current business activities and future planned activities. The impact of cybersecurity practices manifests themselves in recent SEC disclosures whereby promulgated regulations require enhanced cybersecurity disclosures and their impact on the company’s financial statements. Additionally, recently regulations are disruptive to business as prior businesses would have deferred compliance and pay the penalty rather than expend money to modify business practices and technology to comply with the new regulations. With increased fines the cost paradigm is shifting with the cost of compliance becoming less than the penalties inherent in these regulations.
- Understand why changes in data privacy regulations are disruptive to business.
- Highlight the latest data privacy regulations, litigation, and their impact on business.
- Understand what IT Controls are important to data privacy compliance.
- Understand the more significant risks associated with data privacy regulations.
- Discover consulting and assessment activities that are performed to ensure your organizations data privacy.
- Define disruptive data privacy regulations
- Understand PII common definitions
- Describe the changing data privacy landscape
- Identify data privacy regulatory business impacts
- Recognize common data privacy regulatory attributes
- Add value in consulting and assessment opportunities
Course Duration: 1 hour
CPEs Available: 1
Knowledge Level: Basic
Field of Study: Auditing
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Jim Reinhard, CIA, CPA, CIS
Simon Property Group, Inc.
James (Jim) Reinhard, CIA, CPA, CISA, is Audit Director for Simon Property Group, Inc., an Indianapolis, Ind.-based real estate company. Jim has extensive leadership experience in the areas of audit, finance, and information technology working in a variety of industries including retail, insurance, healthcare, loan servicing, real estate investment trusts, state and local government, and non-profits. He is a former security administration analyst, and is an adjunct professor at Indiana University, Indianapolis, Kelley School of Business.
Jim holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Indiana University and a master’s degree in computer science and information from Purdue University. Over the years, Jim has been active in the IIA both at a local level as a board member and President for the Indianapolis Chapter as well as globally on various international committees. Jim currently is a member of the Learning Solutions Committee which advises on IIA training needs. Previously, Jim was a member of the Committee on Research and Education Advisors and Professional Issues Committees. Jim is a longtime trainer for the IIA as well as has authored articles, guidance and training courses. Jim has spoken at various IIA conferences and webinars.