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IndySHRM Central: Data Privacy/Data Breach: Could Your HRIS Have a “Facebook Problem?”
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Do your employees, as Human Capital Management software users, have the right expectations about what will, and will not, be done with their data? What are you doing to set and reinforce the proper expectations? Are your employees aware of the lengths to which you go to keep their data private? Have you established a broad-based and public partnership among HR, IT and your HCM solutions provider(s) to give employees the peace of mind that their privacy is protected?

1/16/2020
When: Thursday, January 16, 2020
11:30 AM
Where: Sheraton City Centre
31 W Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN  46204
United States
Presenter: Bob Greene


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Description

With all the controversy raging around the misappropriation of private information from Facebook and other social media platforms, one thing is clear: no matter who we think is “at fault,” the problem is one of missed expectations: Facebook users expected their data to be kept private and not to be used in certain ways, and those user expectations were a complete mis-match to the business model on which Facebook was founded.

And while we, as employers, worry about data breach (or simple mis-use) in light of the Facebook controversy, for those of us with employees located within the European Union – or as of 2020, California, we have other, bigger concerns: the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) have massive impacts on the way that HR Departments everywhere do business.

Do your employees, as Human Capital Management software users, have the right expectations about what will, and will not, be done with their data? What are you doing to set and reinforce the proper expectations? Are your employees aware of the lengths to which you go to keep their data private? Have you established a broad-based and public partnership among HR, IT and your HCM solutions provider(s) to give employees the peace of mind that everything that should be done to protect their privacy, is being done? If not, the time to address these issues is NOW!

In this session, we will review:

  • From "Security Incident" to Data Breach: Defining the Problem
  • Calculating the Costs of Data Breach -- They're More Than Just Financial
  • Fighting Data Breach Requires a Multi-Disciplinary Approach
  • Setting the Right Expectations
    • What Employees Have the Right to Expect of Their Employers
    • What Employers Have the Right to Expect of Their HCM Providers
    • How the New EU GDPR and California CCPA Will Change the Landscape of Data Privacy

BoCK Competencies Discussed:

Organization: Technology Management

Program is certified for 1.25 SHRM and HRCI credits.

Lunch is included and parking is discounted to $7 in the Sheraton garage.

Speaker

 

Bob Greene

Bob Greene currently serves as Senior HR Industry Analyst at Ascentis. Bob’s 40 years in the human capital management industry have been spent in practitioner, consultant and vendor/partner roles. As practitioner, he managed payroll for a 5,000-person bank in New Jersey. As consultant, he spent 8 years advising customers in HRMS, and payroll and benefits system design as well as acquisition strategies. Bob also built a strategic HCM advisory practice for Xcelicor (now Deloitte Consulting.)

As vendor/partner, he has had prominent roles in sales support, marketing and product management at several companies and currently Ascentis. Bob has been a Contributing Editor for
IHRIM's Workforce Solutions Review journal for the past eight years, and for 2020, is co-Managing Editor of the publication. His experience also includes two years as Adjunct Lecturer in HRIS at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois. In addition to his 40 years of experience, Bob also holds a BA in English from Rutgers University and attended IIT-Kent College of Law.

When

Thursday, January 16 2020

Registration begins: 11:30 am
Introduction & Table Discussions: 12:00 pm
Program begins: 12:15 pm
Program concludes: 1:30 pm

Where

Sheraton City Centre
31 W Ohio Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

Cost

Members: $30               ($25 before 1/9/20)
Non-members: $40        ($35 before 1/9/20)
Flat-Rate Program: $0

A $5 early bird discount will be applied to registrations received a week prior to the event.