Free Privacy Webinar
How to Handle a Data Breach Like a Pro: Complying with New Requirements,
Without Making Things Worse

Are you ready for the new PIPEDA requirements that came into effect on November 1, 2018? View our webinar recording with Timothy Banks on November 20th and learn:

  • What are traps for the unwary in the new PIPEDA requirements
  • From denial to acceptance – the real stages of a breach response
  • The mistakes we've seen organizations make when bad things happen
  • How you can "win" trust while responding to a breach
  • Practical guidance when faced with various breach notification scenarios

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Co-Presented By:
Timothy Banks, CIPP/C, CIPT, CIPM, Partner, nNovation LLP
Sarah Eisen, CIPP/C, CIPM, Content Lawyer (Corporate), LexisNexis Canada

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Webinar Details

Meet The Speakers

The webinar will be co-presented by:

Timothy Banks

Timothy Banks
nNovation LLP

Tim's mission is to provide outstanding legal advice to clients that is understandable, tuned to risk tolerances, and operationally practical. Tim joined nNovation LLP after working for one of the largest global cloud computing service providers where he worked on establishing an approach for concluding Enterprise Agreements with highly regulated companies in the financial, telecom and health sectors. He was also previously a partner at a global law firm where he led a Chambers-ranked Privacy and Cybersecurity practice.

Tim advises clients on E-commerce and IT outsourcing. His areas of practice focus are:

  • Privacy and Cybersecurity
  • IT Outsourcing Agreements (Infrastructure and Software)
  • Access to Information
  • Advertising, Marketing and Promotions
  • Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation and Unsolicited Telecommunications Laws
  • Consumer Protection and Consumer Agreements
  • Consumer Product Regulation and Safety
  • Gaming, Contests and Sweepstakes

Tim is a proud member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and holds the CIPP/C, CIPM and CIPT certifications.

Sarah Eisen

Sarah Eisen
Content Lawyer (Corporate)
LexisNexis Canada

Sarah is a Content Lawyer for the Corporate Module of Lexis Practice Advisor Canada.

She began her legal career at Osler, practicing in the Commercial Transactions department, with an emphasis on real estate.

Just prior to joining LexisNexis, Sarah was Senior Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at the Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group). Her practice included a broad range of legal areas, including contract drafting and negotiation, litigation management, intellectual property protection, and privacy and data management.

Sarah has achieved designation as both a CIPP/C and a CIPM from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, as well as designation as a Certified In-House Counsel - Canada (CIC.C) through the Rotman School of Management and the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association.