Webinar: Employee Privacy, Data and AI in the Workplace - What Employers Must Know
As employers gather and store more and more information about their employees, the risk of harm to employees in the event of a data breach increases exponentially.
Employees may be victims of identity theft, financial fraud, or have personal health information exposed. States are responding by passing new laws requiring employers to implement security measures to safeguard employees' sensitive personal data.
In this 60-minute webinar, Ryan Blaney, a partner and head of the global Privacy & Cybersecurity Group at Proskauer Rose, discusses recent trends and new state privacy laws, federal guidance and cases that are imposing new requirements when employers collect personal information. He also explores the privacy implications of employer use of new technologies, including AI and generative AI, in the workplace, as well as review the legal obligations that employers have when collecting, using and disclosing employees' personal information.
- The background on new state privacy laws;
- The differences between competing privacy models being adopted by states;
- Key compliance issues related to health data and biometric information;
- The risks associated with using generative AI technologies like ChatGPT;
- And more!