Canada’s Mandatory Breach Regulations: Are You Ready?

September 18, 2018
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET
Members: Free
This a members only webinar

David Young Law
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Overview

Companies covered under federal privacy law will have to report data breaches to customers, affected third parties and the federal privacy commissioner starting November 1.

Join lawyer David Young as he walks you through the basics of the regulation and provides tips on how marketers can prepare.

In this session, you will learn:

  • General overview of the data breach regulations
  • How to prepare for the regulations
  • Considerations on how to assess risk of harm

Who Should Attend

  • Chief Privacy/Compliance Officers
  • Business executives who want to understand how the breach regulations will affect their business
  • Marketers interested in regulatory issues
  • Lawyers

Speaker

David Young
Principal
DAVID YOUNG LAW

David is Principal at David Young Law, a privacy and regulatory counsel practice.  He has been advising clients on privacy issues since prior to the enactment of Canada’s private sector privacy laws.  He advises both private and public sectors on all aspects of privacy law including compliance procedures, consent, data sharing, employee privacy, personal health information, security, breach response and access to information.  David advises on marketing matters including digital advertising, anti-spam, social media and food and drug law.  His practice also includes corporate regulatory compliance. 

David is a co-author of Canadian Advertising and Marketing Law (Carswell) and Marketing Communications Services Agreement – Commentary and Model Agreement 5th ed. (Association of Canadian Advertisers). 

David is the 2015 recipient of the Ontario Bar Association’s Karen Spector Memorial Award for Excellence in Privacy Law.  He is recognized as a ranked lawyer in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Chambers & Partners 2018 Canada Guide and The Best Lawyers in Canada. David is a member of the Canadian Marketing Association’s Ethics and Standards Committee.