Privacy Predictions for 2022: Laws, Flaws and EnforcementAttorney Lisa Sotto on 2021's Milestones and What They Mean in the New Year
In the U.S., three states now have disparate data privacy laws - and more are coming. Meanwhile, China has enacted a new law that has global enterprises scrambling. How will these and other actions shape privacy discussions in 2022? Noted attorney Lisa Sotto shares insights.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Sotto discusses:
- The state of privacy entering 2022;
- How enterprises can navigate U.S. legal complexity;
- What we have learned from 3.5 years of GDPR enforcement.
Named in the National Law Journal's "100 Most Influential Lawyers," Sotto serves on Hunton & Williams' executive committee. She was voted the world's leading privacy adviser by Computerworld magazine, earned the highest honor from Chambers and Partners as a "Star" performer for privacy and data security, and was recognized as a "leading lawyer" by The Legal 500 U.S. Sotto chairs the Department of Homeland Security's Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee and is the editor and lead author of "Privacy and Data Security Law Deskbook." She has represented the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia and has advised the Serbian government on global data protection law. Sotto is co-chair of the International Privacy Law Committee of the New York Bar Association and chair of the New York Privacy Officers' Forum.