Taft partner Scot Ganow, co-chair of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security Practice, will present a interactive virtual session for The Greater Cleveland Partnership’s Tech Week 2020 on “California is Just the Beginning: Why Small Businesses Need to Think Big about Privacy & Security. Now.”
Ganow will give attendees a primer on what they should be doing to be ready for enforcement of California’s new privacy law. In addition, he will discuss why companies should use this opportunity to strategize on how a broad approach to data privacy and security will not only keep them “compliant,” but will also elevate and distinguish their business from the competition.
Ganow’s session will be part of a virtual half-day symposium on Aug. 27 from 1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. The program targets business owners, CEOs, and other C-level executives. Relevant information and education about cybersecurity, including cybersecurity basics, cybersecurity insurance, the legal landscape/legal considerations, cybersecurity risks, and mitigation strategies will be presented.
Launched in 2011, The Greater Cleveland Partnership’s Tech Week is an annual initiative to support and engage the local tech community through education, networking, and programming for entrepreneurs, executives, students, educators, and other stakeholders of the IT industry.
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