MIAMI (PRWEB) March 30, 2021
Greenberg Traurig, LLP shareholder Kate Black will participate in a panel discussion to be held on April 7 as part of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Global Privacy Summit Online 2021. The summit is designed to provide critical information and tactics needed to strategically navigate rapidly advancing privacy risks and regulations.
The event’s 2021 virtual format will offer live online and on-demand presentations April through June, focusing on regulatory and operational topics presenting the biggest tests for the global privacy community.
Black, a member of Greenberg Traurig’s Data Privacy & Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology practices in the Miami and San Francisco offices, will speak on a panel titled, "Advancing Data-Driven Health Research and Innovation Responsibly," to be held on April 7 from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PDT. The session will cover how data is really used in research and development. In addition, panelists will provide their views on bridging the perceived gap between healthcare research and privacy, and how to apply those ideas to current challenges - such as innovating responses to COVID-19. The panel will also discuss types of research, what makes data use in drug development and MedTech different from other industries, effective anonymization/deidentification, lawful data use, and how to build public trust within the industry.
Joining Black on the panel are Patrice Ettinger, chief privacy officer of Pfizer; Lauren Foster Wu, senior counsel, regulatory, RMS Privacy Team lead, and U.S. privacy officer of Roche Molecular Systems; and Alea Garbagnati, compliance and privacy counsel and U.S. privacy officer of Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.
At Greenberg Traurig, Black advises leading technology and healthcare clients on strategic data use, protection, and compliance in connection with efforts to advance innovative and emerging healthcare and consumer products, solutions, and research. She is a frequent speaker on data privacy, data analytics and machine learning, digital health, and genetics, and regularly writes for the firm’s Data Privacy Dish blog. Prior to joining the firm, Black served as 23andMe’s first Global Privacy officer.
The IAPP is a nonprofit, non-advocacy membership association founded in 2000, according to the organization’s website. It provides a forum for privacy professionals to share best practices, track trends, advance privacy management issues, standardize the designations for privacy professionals, and provide education and guidance on career opportunities in the field of information privacy.
About Greenberg Traurig’s Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity: Greenberg Traurig’s Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice is comprised of a multidisciplinary group of attorneys and professionals located throughout the world. The team is dedicated to developing strategies to address privacy, data security, and information management issues including privacy audits, policies and procedures, compliance with data security laws and industry standards, employee privacy, record retention/electronic discovery, cross-border data transfer, data breach readiness and response, and litigation and dispute resolution, as well as the defense of data privacy, security breach, and TCPA class action suits.
About Greenberg Traurig: Greenberg Traurig, LLP (GT), has approximately 2200 attorneys in 40 locations in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. GT has been recognized for its philanthropic giving, diversity, and innovation, and is consistently among the largest firms in the U.S. on the Law360 400 and among the Top 20 on the Am Law Global 100. The firm is net carbon neutral with respect to its office energy usage and Mansfield Rule 3.0 Certified. Web: http://www.gtlaw.com