This webcast aired on November 24, 2020.
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It’s been over 2 years since the GDPR became law and almost a year since the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was enacted. One of the biggest provisions of the GDPR and CCPA is a data subject’s right to have their personal information (PI) erased – otherwise known as the right to be forgotten.
One key question as you and your team grapple with the intent and interpretation of these laws: Do the EUs GDPR and California’s CCPA privacy regulations include the right of a data subject to have their personal information completely erased from all enterprise backups as well?
In this session we will address the following:
- The emerging environment for individual privacy rights
- New regulatory requirements in the spotlight: GDPR, CCPA, others
- Nailing down what data is covered
- What does the Right to be Forgotten really mean?
- Privacy rights versus backups
- How traditional Back Up Methods need to change to comply with trend for new laws
- Archiving versus backup. Is there a difference?
Bill Tolson, Vice President of Global Compliance
James McCarthy Esq., Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel