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Hot topics to watch in privacy and security this year

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March 17, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

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Web Conference


Irene Fisher


Lisa O'Connell


Some of the most significant biggest impacts to the privacy and security landscape came in 2020. It can be challenging to track all of the changes and understand their potential effects on our businesses and personal lives. As the U.S. considers passing a federal privacy law, many states are pushing forward with their own, and there’s legislative movement in many countries as well. In this session, privacy and security experts Arlo Gilbert, Dennis Dayman and Margot Romary will have a conversation on things you need to know. Hear about: What’s causing the latest U.S. states’ to push fast on privacy bills? How might the Solar Winds hack impact the future of the software-as-a-service supply chain, and how Covid-19 impacts employee privacy issues. Plus: understand how to interpret the buzz that third-party cookies are … well, dead. Are they?!


Carlin Dornbusch – President, American Cyber Security Management

Carlin Dornbusch is an innovative leader in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy. His company, American Cyber Security Management, brings proven methods, best-in-class tools, and deep knowledge of data privacy and security standards to every client engagement. American CSM.com excels at creating custom privacy and security programs to meet the demands of modern threats and emerging compliance.

Prior to starting AmericanCSM.com , Carlin worked for some of the most rapidly growing technology and solutions companies in the world, where Carlin and his teams developed hundreds of business leading solutions including; digital transformation, workforce productivity, IT simplification, business automation, customer service, and market expansion. He has served in the roles of CTO, CIO, CISO, CPO and COO for companies ranging from early stage revenues to $3B+, across a variety of industries.

Carlin serves as an IAPP Denver KnowledgeNet CoChair, ISSA Denver Special Interest Group leader, and an active member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). Carlin also holds an active Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certificate from ISC2 and is an ISSA Senior Member.

See Carlin Dornbusch‘s full profile.


Margot Romary – Head of Information Security, Ibotta

Margot Romary has over 20 years of experience in security, privacy, and Internet abuse prevention. She is the Head of Information Security at Ibotta, a consumer cash-back rewards company, where her team is responsible for protecting more than 35 million US-based consumers, as well as the company's employees and systems. Prior to joining Ibotta, Margot looked after security, privacy, and data compliance at Validity, Inc, before which she lead consumer-facing, anti-abuse initiatives at AOL for nearly a decade. Margot holds a BA from Cornell University, and an MS from the University of Virginia.

See Margot Romary‘s full profile.

Dennis Dayman – Chief Privacy Officer, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, FIP, Maropost

Dennis Dayman has more than 25 years of experience working on security/privacy issues, data governance issues, and protecting and improving data through industry policy, regulatory policy relations, and technical solutions. Dayman is currently the Chief Privacy Officer for Maropost, where he leverages his experience and key relationships to provide best practices for the company and its customers to ensure the compliance of their communications data flows.

See Dennis Dayman‘s full profile.

Arlo Gilbert – Founding CEO, Osano

Arlo Gilbert is an angel investor and startup founder. His most recent role is as founding CEO of Osano, an easy-to-use data privacy platform helping thousands of companies with data privacy compliance. He is a husband and the proud father of three children.

See Arlo Gilbert‘s full profile.

ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.

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