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New World of Privacy in these Unprecedented Times

  • 04/29/2020
  • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Link will be sent after registering
  • 18


  • FBI Citizens Academy Graduate

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In these unprecedented times, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted lives, changing the way we work and communicate with one another. Employees who have never worked remote previously are now expected to do so, but were woefully unprepared as we have seen in numerous social media and news posts about surprise guests in video meetings. There have been other surprises on video meetings as well and Zoom is facing a public backlash and regulator inquiries. Regulators have also been busy with guidance around personal data in the healthcare, education, and financial realms. Join us to hear K Royal, global privacy attorney, provide some insight into the new world of privacy and security during a worldwide health crisis.

This is a FREE Event for all FBI Citizen Academy Graduates.

K Royal is an attorney and compliance professional with 25 years of experience in the legal and health-related fields, which provides her a thorough perspective when implementing or overseeing programs globally. She has a particular interest in technology along with its challenges and opportunities. She is skilled in privacy laws, breach management, compliance, training, and program development. As an adjunct professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, she is helping to energize our newest professionals and is also in the dissertation phase of her PhD in Public Affairs.

As an attorney, she has been recognized as a Forty-under-40 honoree for Phoenix, as an educational leader through the YWCA, one of the top pro bono attorneys in Arizona, Member of the Year for the Association of Corporate Counsel (43k members globally), and most recently named an Outstanding Women in Business by the Phoenix Business Journal. She received her law degree from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, her nursing degree from the University of West Alabama, and is in the dissertation phase of her PhD from the University of Texas at Dallas.

Her areas of work mainly center around privacy and health care regulatory law, while her personal loves are civic education, youth outreach, diversity initiatives, and leadership training.

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