Webinar: Data Privacy and Ethics

The Rutgers Business School Virtual Lunch & Learn Series presents Eric Levine, instructor of professional practice, discussing Data Privacy and Ethics.  Mr. Levine teaches the  Mini-MBA: Data-Driven Management and the Mini-MBA: Artificial Intelligence in the Rutgers Business School Executive Education program.

Mr. Levine is Executive Vice President of Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper and Co-Chair of the firm's Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice. Mr. Levine works with corporate leaders to create cybersecurity policies and procedures as well as with internal cyber-breach response teams to respond to cyber-attacks. 

As a society, we face an intrinsic challenge due to the explosion of data and ease of accessibility. For instance, we protect our medical records even though we recognize society would benefit from aggregate analysis of medical records. In this webinar, we will understand ethics as applied to data. We will look at a framework for analyzing concerns as they relate to data. We will also review specific laws around data privacy. Lastly, we will explore data ownership and the rules around data accessibility and the protection of privacy.


Originally aired June 16, 2021.

This webinar is part of Rutgers Business School’s Virtual Lunch & Learn Series, which covers the hottest trends and business topics to stay relevant. Free, monthly, live online webinars, including Q&A with faculty and thought leaders during lunch. Explore past Virtual Lunch & Learn webinars.

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