The proliferation of networked devices is bringing tremendous opportunity to business and consumers alike. Many organizations are struggling with where to start with securing their enterprise — so some don’t, or worse yet, take expensive action that has little impact.

Consumers freely share their personal information with businesses, governments, individuals and on social media platforms expecting progressive, personalized services while demanding and deserving privacy and control of their personal information.

Make sure to save your seat for this webinar to learn how to:

  1. Put security and privacy into the context of your operations – despite their natural tensions
  2. Integrate them into an effective data protection program focused on trust, transparency and accountability
  3. Examine case studies from two companies from very diverse sectors

Register NOW for this webinar to explore the essential common elements of an effective data protection program and some tips for getting your program up and running quickly.

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Michelle Fleury
Sr. Director - Supply Chain Operations, Cisco

Michelle is Cisco’s Chief Data Protection Officer. Her organization is responsible for corporate data governance, Cisco’s enterprise-wide data protection program, including incident response, and a comprehensive security certification and compliance strategy. Michelle also represents Cisco in customer engagements and advocates for data protection and privacy across Cisco and the industry. Michelle, a 17-year Cisco veteran, serves on the board of multiple startups, and has a Masters of Science in Management from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Eastern Illinois University, as well as numerous technical certifications. She and her family live in Silicon Valley.

Patrick Curry
Director of Privacy and Compliance, McKesson U.S. Pharmaceutical

Patrick Curry is Director of Privacy and Compliance for McKesson U.S. Pharmaceutical. He has been involved with healthcare privacy since 2003, focusing on programs and solutions impacting the retail/institutional pharmacy, physician provider, hospital/IDN, and pharmaceutical manufacturer spaces, and brings his prior experience as a Six Sigma Black Belt into the development and operation of privacy programs.

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