This is a video that features slides and audio as recorded at the Global Privacy Summit 2018. Please note that, in response to feedback, we have chosen to emphasize the slides and audio in this recorded live session, rather than present the in-room video.
Bank CPOs Discuss Hot Topics in Financial Privacy
The world of financial privacy is one of evolving threats and expectations. Bank CPOs are met with a constant stream of new challenges and must perform a careful balancing act between legal/regulatory compliance, risk management, working with and facilitating business and addressing client expectations. A group of major U.S. bank CPOs convene to discuss what has been keeping them up at night in 2018, with a discussion on recent developments affecting regional, nationwide and international banks. The session invites attendees to listen in as major bank privacy leaders discuss challenges unique to their banks, including how privacy is positioned in their organization and the intersection of privacy with banking-specific laws (such as UDAAP, fair lending, CRA and others). The goal is for the panelists and attendees to learn from each other, comparing notes, war stories and tips for success.
What you’ll take away:
- It is critical for bank CPOs to not only bring comprehensive privacy expertise to the table, but to have a solid working knowledge of other laws and regulations applicable to the bank. Analysis of privacy issues within a bank often necessitates an understanding of other bank obligations and requirements. Privacy cannot be analyzed in a vacuum.Over-customization of HR systems often complicates privacy (GDPR) compliance.
- It is essential for banks to have a well-defined risk appetite not just for the bank generally, but for privacy and data security specifically. Your privacy risk appetite should be a routine component of your analysis on privacy issues.
- Learning from the mistakes of others is critically important for banks. The misfortunes of peer banks will become your own misfortunes via the regulatory examination process if the bank does not actively monitor the industry, react to events and tighten controls where necessary.
Christine Frye, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, SVP, CPO, Bank of America
Kimberly Genobles, CIPP/US, SVP, Privacy Officer, Regions Bank
Ron Whitworth, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, SVP, CPO, SunTrust
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