ANA Government Relations Members Only Conference @ Venable
|Begins:||Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 8:00am|
|Ends:||Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 1:30pm|
600 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
MIDTERM ELECTION ROUNDUP
The November elections brought in a raft of new members, which will have a substantial impact on the leadership of a number of Congressional committees. But what do the election results mean for the advertising and marketing industry? Will anything get done or will there be gridlock? Two highly experienced Washington insiders – one a former Democratic Senator from Arkansas, the other a former Republican DOJ and DHS official – will provide their insights.
DATA FOR GOOD IN SOCIETY
Data used for marketing has brought innumerable benefits to consumers and society in general, while also raising challenging questions surrounding privacy and the appropriate use and exchange of information. This panel features three women that expertly help their companies leverage the power of data to gain insights for their customers’ advantage. These female leaders will discuss how they navigate through opportunities and challenges wrought by their company’s innovative use of technology. Panelists will also share their view on the current competitive and regulatory environment, as well as their perspective as women leaders on where the advertising marketing industry is headed and where it needs to go.
Meghan Salome (moderator)
Senior Manager, Government Relations
Associate Director, Global Government Relations & Public Policy
The Procter & Gamble Company
Infogroup Media Solutions
Executive Director, Global Data Acquisition & Government Relations
Networking Coffee Break
PRIVACY AND DATA SECURITY AFTER GDPR AND CCPA
The last two years have seen significant developments in regard to privacy and data security regulation. The recent passage of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has led to huge shifts in behavior for American companies operating in the EU, and the countdown clock is on to 2020 when the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect. How are companies responding to the new challenges – and what’s next? Hear from three ANA members on the front lines of the privacy and data security debate.
Group Executive Vice President, Government Relations
Vice President, Federal Government Affairs
American Express Company
General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer
Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer
Adobe Systems Inc.
FIRESIDE CHAT WITH THE FTC AND NTIA
The FTC has launched its series of "Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century" and has stepped up its examination in the area of privacy and data security. It also is responding to the development of new technology with privacy considerations, such as the Internet of Things, mobile device tracking, and facial recognition. Maneesha Mithal is the Associate Director of the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection in the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. Meanwhile, the NTIA has released a Request for Comment on “privacy outcomes.” Travis Hall is a Telecommunications Policy Analyst at the NTIA. Both are key players in regard to these critical issues. Hear from them as we host them in a “fireside chat” with Stu Ingis, the Chair of Venable LLP, who helps represent ANA and our Data, Measurement, and Analytics (DMA) division.
Assoc. Dir., Div. of Privacy and Identity Protection
Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission
Telecommunications Policy Specialist, Off. of Policy Analysis & Development
National Telecommunications and Information Admin., U.S. Dept. of Commerce