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Data security in the new “work from home” world!
In a world that has instantly turned into a series of shared documents and online video call meetings, your software SETTINGS can often have more impact than your software choices when it comes to data security. Join us for this webinar where we will discuss how to secure your work stations and data while working from home. With a particular focus on applications and settings, we aim by the end of the webinar for you to be able to:
1. Differentiate between an operational data breach and a hack;
2. Identify how software design choices can affect data privacy; and
3. Understand the limitations of enterprise software for ensuring data security.
- 8:00 am Seattle
- 11:00 am New York / Caracas / Santo Domingo
- 4:00 pm London / Lagos / Lisbon
- 5:00 pm Paris / Cape Town
- 6:00 pm Helsinki / Amman / Moscow / Doha
- 7:00 pm Dubai
- 8:30 pm Mumbai
- 11:00 pm Perth / Singapore / Beijing
Anjanette (Angie) Raymond is an Associate Professor in the Department of Business Law and Ethics, at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law at Maurer Law School (Indiana). She is currently a Visiting Fellow in International Commercial Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London as well as a Professor in the International Business Law Program at the University of Navarra, Spain and lectures on international arbitration at the World Intellectual Property Organization. Angie has written widely in international commercial law, international commercial arbitration, and international secured transactions in such publications as the Harvard Negotiation Law Review (forthcoming), Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, and the American Review of International Arbitration. As well as several book chapters, such as ‘How May International Standards Assist the Law Reform in England?’ in Availability of Credit and Secured Transactions in a Time of Crisis (Cambridge) and UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) Commentary (Beck). Angie is currently an invited member of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Online Dispute Resolution Working Group, Non-Governmental Organization (Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL))) and was the former research assistant to the US delegate to UNCITRAL and the Reporter for the revision of the sales and leases articles of the Uniform Commercial Code. Angie is also an active Mooter, co-coaching a team to the finalist award at the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.
Chris Draper, Ph.D., P.E., is the Managing Director of Trokt, and a Venture Partner with VU Venture Partners, and serves as a Mediator for IEP Equity. As Managing Director of Trokt in Des Moines, Iowa, Dr. Draper is responsible for guiding the development, adoption, and growth of the Trokt Online Dispute Resolution platform. As a Venture Partner with VU Venture Partners in San Francisco, California, Dr. Draper is responsible for evaluating the utility, viability, and investability of innovative or unproven technologies as part of the FrontierTech evaluation team. As an engineer with a focus on human-technology interface risks, an entrepreneur with a focus on complex collaboration platforms, and a certified mediator with a focus on special needs education conflicts, Dr. Draper has become a published expert on the evaluation of highly complex systems that assist in the human management of legally sensitive data.
Dr. Draper has led Trokt to become a leading platform for simply, safely, and securely validating digital data used in the resolving of multi-party disputes with an unconstrained set of acceptable outcomes. In addition to the assisted negotiation tools that are commonly featured in court-based ODR systems, Trokt facilitates the efficient resolution of complex settlement agreements or dispute resolution processes by enabling deliberate, transparent, asynchronous communication between all parties. This human-focused approach to technology development that Trokt takes directly addresses the well-founded fears that accelerating the rate at which lay participants complete legally binding court processes will increase the inequities present in the American judicial system.
Dr. Draper’s work in this area of equitable dispute resolution, especially as it pertains to inequities within the K-12 special needs education system, has seen him participate as a guest speaker for dispute resolutions programs including Pepperdine University, Southern Methodist University, University of the Pacific, Georgetown, Mitchell Hamline, and the University of Missouri; provide technical support to Department of Education and National Center for State Courts focus and working groups, and serve as the Working Group 1 Chairperson for the American Bar Association Online Dispute Resolution Task Force.
Paula Doyle, VP and Global Head of Research and Analytics, IACCM. Paula is a lawyer based in London with over 20 years’ experience of working in the industry. Prior to joining IACCM, Paula was part of the senior business team at Globality, an AI-driven late-stage start-up. Previously she worked with IBM for 13 years, latterly heading up their Cloud and Solutions legal team across Europe.
At IBM Paula was renowned for her business acumen and was a key "go-to" point for her senior business clients. Before she joined IBM, Paula worked for leading New York law firm Weil Gotshal and ex Silicon Valley-based start-up Micromuse.
Paula is passionate in her belief about the importance of selfless leadership for the success of organizations. Her management style is to lead by example, working alongside her colleagues and rolling up her sleeves. In her personal life, Paula works tirelessly for equality and has successfully lobbied the UK government to agree with changes in the law to help vulnerable children access education.
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