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Monday, March 25, 2019

  • Cybersecurity & Privacy Track: Emerging Privacy Laws – California, GDPR and More on the Horizon

    Location: Reunion Ballroom C,
    Lobby Level


    Speaker(s)

    Jonathan Liu, Partner, Consumer Finance, PwC

    Erin Barry, Associate Vice President, Legislative Affairs, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Justin Antonipillai, Chief Executive Officer, WireWheel

    Daniel Hoye, Head of Privacy, Citizens Bank

    Breakout Session,

    Cybersecurity & Privacy Track

    Many organizations remain unfamiliar with California’s looming privacy law. Is your organization ready? Do you understand the requirements for this law, Europe’s GDPR requirement, and other privacy legislation and regulation? This session will review the requirements of these privacy laws to help your organization prepare and become compliant.

    Speaker(s)

    Jonathan Liu, Partner, Consumer Finance, PwC

    Jonathan is a partner within PwC's Consumer Finance Group and has spent his career serving the mortgage industry in both audit and advisory capacities. Jonathan works with companies on strategic initiatives and achieving operational excellence across sales/operations, strategy, finance/accounting, data, technology, and risk/compliance. Most recently, he has led projects to design and implement technology solutions and processes for digital consumer portals, workflow capabilities, internal/external benchmarking and scorecards, finance systems, and regulatory compliance. He is currently leading PwC's efforts within the consumer finance vertical on CCPA, California's new data privacy act. Jonathan is a MBA Future Leaders program graduate.

    Erin Barry, Associate Vice President, Legislative Affairs, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Erin Barry is an Associate Vice President of Legislative Affairs at the Mortgage Bankers Association.  In this role, she represents MBA on Capitol Hill, primarily working with Senate Democrats.  Erin joined MBA in May 2018 after serving on the staff of several offices on Capitol Hill over the course of 15 years.  Prior to joining MBA, Erin worked for the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Development as the lead Democratic staffer for housing and mortgage finance since 2011. She worked for both former Banking Committee Chairman Tim Johnson (D-SD) and current Ranking Member Sherrod Brown (D-OH).  During that time, Erin helped craft and negotiate the “Johnson/Crapo” housing finance reform package during the 113th Congress, along with other notable work on committee-passed FHA reforms, community lender relief (including SAFE Act and QM/ATR amendments), USDA rural housing programs, and funding for the Hardest Hit Fund.  Before serving on the Banking Committee staff, Erin served on Senator Johnson’s personal office staff and also worked for Representative Dan Boren from Oklahoma. 

    Justin Antonipillai, Chief Executive Officer, WireWheel

    Before WireWheel, Justin most recently served as Acting Under Secretary for Economic Affairs at the US Department of Commerce during the Obama Administration.  In that capacity, Justin led a number of high-priority international efforts around privacy and security. From 2013 until 2016, Justin led the U.S. Negotiating Team in reaching the E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield with Europe. Among other things, Justin led dialogues with the European Commission, outreach to industry and civil society groups, briefings for Congressional committees and EU Members States, and engagements with the CNIL and E.U. Member State Ministries and Data Protection Authorities. He also testified in the EU Parliament in support of adoption of Privacy Shield. During this effort, Justin led extensive dialogues with European Regulators on the General Data Protection Regulation, as the GDPR was being considered for approval.  In 2016, Director James Clapper recognized Justin with the National Intelligence Medallion.

    Daniel Hoye, Head of Privacy, Citizens Bank

    Dan is the Head of Privacy at Citizens Bank, reporting up to the Chief Privacy Officer, where he has served in a variety of privacy and compliance roles over the past six years. Dan combines eighteen years of experience specializing in privacy, compliance, and risk management both in his time at Citizens Bank, as well as ten years at Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he served a number of global organizations across a variety of industries perform complex risk assessments and regulatory implementations. As the Head of Privacy at Citizens Bank, Dan has built and oversees the Bank’s enterprise Privacy Program. This includes the ongoing monitoring of current privacy risk profiles, as well as the implementation of new and emerging privacy regulations and the resulting impact on the Bank’s Privacy Program and control environment.

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