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Navigating Data Privacy and Contractual Agreements in Carrier-Shipper Relationships

June 20, 2024 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

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June 20, 2024 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm EDT

The National Motor Freight Traffic Association’s (NMFTA) cybersecurity webinar series next installment, Navigating Data Privacy and Contractual Agreements in Carrier-Shipper Relationships, is happening on Thursday, June 20, 2024, from 1:00-2:00 pm ET.


Description

In today’s digital age, where data privacy regulations are becoming increasingly stringent, it’s crucial for carriers and shippers to understand the intricacies of contractual agreements governing data privacy. This webinar aims to provide valuable insights into navigating the complex landscape of data privacy and contractual obligations within carrier-shipper relationships.

As data privacy regulations continue to evolve and cyber threats proliferate, ensuring compliance and maintaining robust data security measures are paramount for carriers and shippers alike. By gaining a deeper understanding of the nuances surrounding data privacy within contractual agreements, participants will be better equipped to navigate the complexities of carrier-shipper relationships with confidence and compliance. This webinar serves as a valuable resource for anyone seeking to enhance their understanding of data privacy and contractual obligations in the transportation industry.


Meet Your Speakers

Brion St. Amour is Senior Director of Business Development & Senior Counsel at Wabash. Previously he was a partner at Frost Brown Todd. He recognizes the business, regulatory, intellectual property, and economic challenges that companies face on a regular basis. He spent nearly 20 years supporting product development, early-stage company creation and technology commercialization activities, including most recently serving as general counsel and chief operating officer of a transportation and insurtech startup focused on rewarding safe driving behaviors. Brion’s practice involves drafting and negotiating technology agreements, advising on data privacy and cyber security matters, and negotiating transportation related contracts with focus on creating legal solutions to complex business issues. Brion has significant experience related to legal issues faced by companies of all sizes relating to changes in technology, cyber security, privacy, and related laws in the transportation industry.

Gene Price is the Attorney at Law at Frost Brown Todd LLP. Gene has substantial real-world experience in cybersecurity and data management. A member of Frost Brown Todd’s Data Security and Privacy team, his practice includes helping clients cope with their cyber risks. This includes incident response planning and management, supply-chain concerns, and assessments of strategic data governance, privacy-focused frameworks, and business continuity development. He also works with clients on cybersecurity audits and certifications. Gene also represents clients regarding a variety of maritime matters, recently retired from the U.S. Navy as a Rear Admiral after 36 years of service, Gene served as Commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence, Commander of Naval Information Forces Reserve, and Director of the National Maritime Intelligence Integration Office. He also served as Deputy Commander of Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. Tenth Fleet, where he supported U.S. Cyber Command, the National Security Agency, and U.S. global cyber interests. He returned to fulltime work as a civilian in October 2022.

J.D. Henry serves as a Cybersecurity Advisor within the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Integrated Operations Division. In this role, he directly supports the agency’s mission of strengthening the security and resilience of the nation’s critical infrastructure. J.D.’s duties involve coordinating cyber preparedness, risk mitigation, incident response, and providing cyber security resources to the nation’s critical infrastructure sectors and state, local, tribal, and territorial government entities.     J.D. has 20+ years’ experience in the Information Technology (IT) and Cybersecurity fields, to include multiple assignments across the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense. Additionally, he is still serving as a Cyber Effects Operations Officer in the United States Air Force Reserves. His educational experience includes a Master’s in Business Administration, Bachelor of Science degrees in Information Systems Management and Workforce Education and Development, as well as numerous professional certifications in his field.


Questions?

For questions regarding the webinar, contact NMFTA’s Director of Programs and Events, Erin Carter, at erin.carter@nmfta.org.