Over-retention of data is a major data privacy risk. US and international regulations specifically require that companies ensure their retention standards are up-to-date and enforced, and that all obsolete records containing regulated sensitive data are disposed of promptly.
By implementing defensible data minimization strategies across your organization you can significantly reduce your costs and risks. Data you don’t have can’t be breached, and you don’t have to produce it during litigation or for data access requests.
You will learn:
- How to best implement data minimization strategies that protect your company’s data and your organization
- What key data retention considerations you should be considering
- The vital role technology plays in automating and identifying the right data to delete.
General Counsel - Lockheed Martin Space
Shawn Cheadle serves in a dual role as General Counsel to Military Space, a Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company business unit, and as Associate General Counsel to Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company.
He advises executive management on matters involving government contracts and subcontracts in major space and ground systems. As AGC to Space Systems, Cheadle is a leader in the corporate-wide e-Discovery & Privacy Working Group, and he counsels Space Systems on e-Discovery and records management; company policies; and central organizations such as Procurement, Mission Success or IT; and general legal matters to the LM Colorado campuses. Formerly, Cheadle served two other aerospace and defense suppliers for over 10 years as General Counsel, Secretary and Regional Vice President. In April 2013, Cheadle was honored by the Denver Business Journal with its 2013 Best Corporate Counsel award.
Also in April 2013, he received the Lockheed Martin Team Excellences Award for a successful request for equitable adjustment on the GPS III satellite program. In October 2010, he received the Lockheed Martin General Counsel’s Award for Excellence. ACC elected Cheadle to its national Board of Directors, and he is Past Chair of the ACC Law Department Management Committee.
Partner - Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Michelle Reed has nearly two decades of experience advising companies, boards, and executives on navigating the evolving risks in privacy and cybersecurity regulation, enforcement, and class action litigation.
She assists clients in conducting comprehensive privacy and security risk assessments, and develops policies and procedures to mitigate and remediate privacy and cybersecurity threats. Michelle is especially adept at working across business units in finding practical, compliant solutions for clients.