The myriad privacy laws (CCPA, GDPR, GLBA, HIPAA and so on) coupled with tepid or erratic organizational commitment to IG can make for a very complicated situation. Can organizations truly make the leap from one of organization-first held information asset control to consumer-first held information asset rights? This session uses a problem statement-alternative solutions-key takeaways approach and uses lots of handouts as it demonstrates how to build cross-functional privacy compliance programs that manage to get organizational support.

Stephanie Maw Booher brings over 25 years of professional experience to the table, working exclusively in government, law and business organizations with an obligation to safeguard information, data, records and evidence. Stephanie joined Fifth Third Bancorp in 2017 in order to build the Bank’s new Information Lifecycle Governance Program, where she was quickly asked to broaden her management duties for the Information Assurance & Lifecycle Governance unit and Bank Information Protection / Data Loss Prevention Program within Information Security, and most recently, oversee the Enterprise Risk Management Data Privacy Compliance Program within the Bank’s Privacy Office, reporting to the Chief Privacy Officer. Booher began her career in state government and public policy in 1988. After moving to the private sector in 1994, Booher has dedicated her career to helping organizations both in spirit and in action to bridge the information governance, e-discovery, big data governance and legal/industry regulatory compliance gap between inside counsel, outside counsel, external consultants, information technology, information security, and the business in a defensible, comprehensive and cost-effective manner. Booher has enjoyed her niche role as a translator across these disciplines, after wearing multiple professional services hats within legal departments, information technology and security departments, program development and successful transformation of former cost centers into successful profit centers on behalf of the business.

Jinni Zieleniewski brings a unique professional background working exclusively in law and business organizations with a an eye on Litigation and Regulatory Compliance. Jinni joined Fifth Third Bancorp in 2018 in order to help build the Bank’s new Information Lifecycle Governance Program within Information Security. Jinni began her as a paralegal for GE-Aviation and prior to her move to Fifth Third was a Paralegal and e-Discovery Specialist with Keating, Muething, Klekamp, defending large corporations in numerous litigation matters. Currently Jinni is the program manager for the Information Lifecycle Governance Program and specializes in reducing risk to the Bank through proper records management, migration of data, classification, and information protection practices.

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