GC's Role in Remote Work Legal Issues: Data Governance, Privacy, Automating Documentation, Employee Communication
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will address the need to effectively manage corporate data while business workforces remain principally in a work-from-home environment. The panel will discuss how to construct a centralized data catalog and how management can effectively work with their teams remotely. The panel will explore the legal issues of securing and communicating data across a company governed by federal, state, and international privacy restrictions, and the role of insurance coverage in breach response preparedness and as part of a cybersecurity and data privacy risk management and mitigation strategy.
- Data policies
- Data handling
- Trade secrets and confidential information
- Automation of documentation
- Communication with employees
- Insurance considerations
The panel will review these and other important topics:
- How can the GC assist the company in creating a remote-work data policy related to data retention and data handling?
- What considerations should a GC consider when handling trade secrets and confidential information?
- How can a legal department institute an automated documentation system to improve quality and reduce costs to the company?
- What communication policies can GC institute to foster better corporate culture?
- What role can insurance play in breach response preparedness and as part of a cybersecurity and data privacy risk management and mitigation strategy?
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Brandi L. Doniere
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