Webinar: Cyber Law Roundtable – CCPA’s Legislative Updates & Amendments

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October 15, 2019

When you think California Consumer Privacy Act could not be more complicated, revisions to the Act are on the horizon. Governor Gavin Newsom has until October 13 to veto or sign amendments to CCPA.  Join us for a legislative update to discuss these amendments, including AB 25 and how employee data will be impacted.

Justine Phillips will provide an update on the current status of CCPA amendments and how these amendments impact your CCPA compliance initiatives. Participants will also hear directly from their peers (other in house attorneys responsible for CCPA compliance) about:

  • AB 25 and employee data
  • Data mapping and asset inventory
  • Vendor management 
  • "Reasonable security” under CCPA
  • Consumer rights, disclosures and workflows

Don’t miss this engaging cyber law roundtable and an opportunity to hear how CCPA has been amended.

To RSVP, please email Michelle O'Driscoll at or by phone 415.774.3180 by October 11th.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PST

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The purpose of Sheppard Mullin’s Cyber Law Roundtable series is to foster collaboration and information sharing that enhances our clients’ abilities to effectively manage evolving cybersecurity issues in the business and legal environment. During the Roundtable teleconferences, participants may receive information that is sensitive and not publicly available. With the aim of providing anonymity to speakers and to encourage openness and the sharing of information, participants must not disclose the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant. Below are a few guidelines and disclosures for a productive roundtable.

  1. Participation is Voluntary. Participant is not obligated as a client of the firm to disclose any information during the teleconference.

  2. Chatham House Rules. The discussions during the teleconferences are not protected by the attorney client privilege. But, in order to allow for the disclosure of pertinent information, each Participant agrees that she/he will not (1) reveal the identity or affiliation of any other participant or (2) publicly disclose information acquired during roundtable to the media. Additionally, a Participant should not disclose proprietary information in violation of his/her contractual or employment obligations.

  3. No Legal Advice. The statements of Sheppard Mullin during the teleconferences are not legal advice.

  4. Submission of Information in Good Faith. The Cyber Law Roundtable series is provided as a service to our clients and information disclosed during the teleconferences may be unevaluated and unverified. Participants should not submit information which he/she knows at the time of submission to be false.

  5. No Sales. Participant understands and agrees that the Cyber Law Roundtable is not to be commercially exploited as a forum to market products or services.

Cyber Law Roundtable is sponsored by the Privacy & Cybersecurity Team. Click here to learn more.