SIM Houston Cyber-Security SIG Event
"The Latest in U.S. Privacy: CCPA, Nevada in effect 10/1, NIST Privacy Framework , and the FTC Settlement with Facebook"
Speaker: Harvey Nusz, Privacy and Encryption Manager, Capgemini
Mr. Harvey Nusz
Privacy and Encryption Manager
Harvey has enabled companies to become compliant and secure in Sox, PCI-DSS, FISMA, HIPAA, NY Department of Financial Services CRR500 Cybersecurity Regulation, and Privacy Shield, and he is now focusing on the California Consumer Privacy Act, the NYDFS regulation, the EU GDPR, CCPA, Nevada’s SB 220, and other major privacy laws and efforts.
Harvey started working on GDPR in August, 2015 and has managed a project to enable a company to achieve Privacy Shield compliance. He is focusing now on privacy, compliance, and security, and has also previously focused in auditing, risk management, governance, IT Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, Identity Access Management and Access Certification, Program Management, and Security Architecture.
Harvey is a native Texan who has benefitted from living and working outside Texas for about 13 years, in Illinois, Wisconsin, Utah, and Nevada. He gives back to his profession by serving in leadership roles in Houston ISACA, Houston SIM, and previously in IAPP, South Texas ISSA, AITP, and ISACA in Milwaukee. Harvey has a BBA from UH Bauer, and 29 hours in accounting.
Harvey is currently Manager, Privacy / Encryption, for Capgemini, a Systems Integrator. Some of Harvey’s previous employers/industries/clients include a wholesale grocery SMB, public accounting, both local and Big 4, Options Clearing Corp, ExxonMobil, JP Morgan Chase, and NASA.
Friday, August 16, 2019 11:30 am – 1:00 p.m.
This interactive 50 minute presentation will provide an overview of:
Salient portions of the California Consumer Privacy Act, including the need for complying companies to be able to show as of January 1, 2020, how a consumer’s data was used going back to January 1, 1919, even though it won’t take effect until July 1, 2020 – that is the Look Back Provision.
SB 220 from Nevada will be overviewed, including the requirement for consumers to be able to opt out of having their data sold, and their ability to request what data is collected, and how it is used and sold.
An overview of NIST’s push and workshops to create a Privacy Framework 5 years after their Cyber Security Framework will be discussed.
Lastly, an overview of the FTC Settlement with Facebook will be covered, and an infographic prepared by and attributed to IAPP will be shown and discussed, include the timeline involved, noting the significant difference between fines and the breaching event.
11:30 - 12:00
12:00 – 1:00
Capgemini Houston Office
5051 Westheimer Road
Suite 1800, 18th Floor
Houston, Texas 77056
** Park in Galleria parking garage
Generously sponsored by Capgemini