This webcast aired on August 9, 2022.
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Over half of U.S. employees already have or plan to leave their jobs this year. If this self-reported intention comes true, it means a tremendous amount of headache—not only for HR and recruiting but also for information governance and privacy departments.

In California, the employee exemption from the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to expire at the end of 2022. As we have seen in Europe, where employee data is not protected, departing employees almost always submit data subject requests for their data. While the biggest fines garner headlines, such as the €746 million (U.S. $750 million) penalty Amazon received notice of in July 2021 for failing to process personal data in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), enforcement isn’t limited to the big players.

As organizations continue to collect and manage data, it is critical they understand the data retention requirements within their jurisdictions and the periods in which the data needs to be retained and respond to data subject access requests (DSARs) efficiently and defensibly.

Join this webcast and explore:

  • What employee DSARs look like and how to address them
  • Top triggers for penetration testing of your data retention program
  • Why you a need strategic and defensible data retention framework to tackle the DSAR wave
  • What you are obligated to do

Constantine Karbaliotis, Senior Privacy Advisor – Exterro
Matt Dumiak, Director of Privacy Services - Compliance Point
Theresa Sippert, Manager, Information Management - Hydro Ottawa
Peter Stockburger, San Diego Managing Partner - Dentons