Designed to spark peer to peer dialogue and sharing of best practices among privacy leaders without leaving home
PHOENIX, May 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Truyo is launching the Privacy Leaders Circle, a new nationwide privacy network bringing privacy decision-makers together to discuss and share best practices on privacy rights management and other privacy compliance challenges.
The Privacy Leaders Circle – will initially offer the opportunity to discuss CCPA compliance strategies and industry benchmarks through a series of exclusive virtual events for groups of up to 12 privacy decision makers from cities across the US. With no conferences or in-person gatherings, these events will be closer to the kind of peer learning and interactions that come from a client dinner or roundtable. The packed two-hour agenda will cover the proposed California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), current privacy compliance challenges such as re-opening the workplace, case studies, and operational insights from the group.
The events are organized by city starting on June 10th in New York followed by June dates in Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, San Francisco, Boston and San Diego and supported by a number of law firms across the US including:
Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP
Latham & Watkins, LLP
Mac Murray & Shuster, LLP
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP
Rutan & Tucker, LLP
Sacks Ricketts & Case
Stoel Rives, LLP
Troutman Sanders, LLP
Dan Clarke, President of Truyo said: “With CCPA enforcement coming in July and no let-up in privacy legislative developments, privacy professionals are craving the kind of peer to peer dialogue they used to have at in-person events. Truyo has a long-established reputation for innovative, thought leadership events and hospitality and we’re excited to be able to invite our colleagues to join us in the Privacy Leaders Circle”.
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