Broadcast Date: Thursday, October 28, 2021
from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)


Today’s digitally-dependent market requires businesses to store all sorts of data into their systems. From simple day-to-day transactions and records to the most sensitive company and client data, business processes have now evolved in order to accommodate and effectively implement the complex nature of data protection. Adding to these complexities is the increasing number of data breaches which was driven by the abrupt cloud migration when the pandemic started.

Ensuring efficient classification and monitoring of sensitive data while maintaining enterprise-wide protection can be tricky. However, when done right and with the help of proper tools and solutions, it can boost the company’s overall revenue, minimize risks of data loss, and avoid additional costs.

In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders will help businesses understand the important aspects of this significant topic. They will provide an in-depth discussion of protecting sensitive data considering the latest trends and developments. Speakers will also offer best practices and solutions in developing and implementing an effective data protection policy in a rapidly evolving digital landscape.

Key topics include:

  • Data Protection Trends and Updates
  • Recent Data Breaches in 2021
  • Effective Data Protection Policy
  • Methods to Protect Sensitive Data Transfers
  • Tips and Best Practices


Course Level:



Advance Preparation:

Print and review course materials


Method of Presentation:

On-demand Webcast (CLE); Group-Internet Based



General knowledge of data security and privacy laws


Course Code:



NY Category of CLE Credit:

Law Practice Management


NASBA Field of Study:

Information Technology – Technical


Total Credit:

1.0 CLE

1.0 CPE (Not eligible for QAS (On-demand) CPE credit)

Speaker Panel:

Arif Khan, VP, Solution Engineering

Arif Khan is VP of Solution Engineering and leads PKWARE Solution/Sales Engineering teams globally. As a technology and business executive, Arif has global experience in information technology, cloud computing, big data, and solution selling. As part of Dataguise, which was later acquired by PKWARE, Arif served as Director of Sales Engineering and Professional Services, where he led the technical sales engineering and post-sales delivery teams globally.

Prior to joining Dataguise, Arif worked in the Cloud and big data for IBM, and served as a solutions architect and enterprise architect for Sun Microsystems, leading the sales engineering and professional services teams. He also has extensive experience as both an IT manager and a software engineer, which formed the foundation for his future career successes.

Arif holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from California State University – Sacramento.

Debbie Reynolds, Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer
Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC

Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” is the Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer of Debbie Reynolds Consulting LLC. Ms. Reynolds is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader, and advisor to Multinational Corporations for handling global Data Privacy, Cyber Data Breach response, and complex cross-functional data-driven projects. Ms. Reynolds is an internationally published author, highly sought speaker, and top media presence about global Data Privacy, Data Protection, and Emerging Technology issues. Ms. Reynolds has been named to the Global Top 20 CyberRisk Communicators by The European Risk Policy Institute in 2020 and recognized as one of the stellar women who know Cyber by Cybersecurity Ventures in 2021.


Arif KhanVP, Solution Engineering


  • You cannot protect, what you don't know ( You need to discover the data before taking the next step)
  • Protect the data intelligently (Down-stream application should be able to work on the protected data )
  • Real looking data for analytics or dev/test ( Data should be protected in a way, that Analysts can do analysis on the protected data )
  • Reporting on the discovered and protected data for notifications, monitoring and auditing (how much data got protected and how much is exposed)


Debbie ReynoldsFounder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer

Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC

  • Legacy data can be a liability, not an asset
  • Data collected should be tied to a legitimate basis (collect and retain data with purpose)
  • Develop triggers to indicate when a data purpose no longer exists so that data can be deleted
  • Educate people at all levels of the organization about handling sensitive data
  • Ask why data is being collected or retained and take action if a legitimate basis does not exist
  • If you do not need to, do not collect data. Data Minimization should be the norm, not the exception

Date & Time:

Thursday, October 28, 2021

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)

Who Should Attend:

  • Business Owners
  • Technology Companies
  • Top-Level Executives
  • Network Administrators
  • Privacy and Data Management Officers
  • Privacy and Data Security Lawyers
  • System Administrators
  • Technology Lawyers



Arif KhanVP, Solution Engineering
Debbie ReynoldsFounder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer
Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC



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