Business Surveillance: Protecting Yourself and Your Business
Business owners use video and other surveillance systems to provide security, enhance productivity, and even lower insurance premiums. But along with these benefits, there are privacy, discrimination, and other potential pitfalls. Here we will discuss how to properly use surveillance technology, legal issues to watch out for and what benefits come with installing systems.
Join us for this free webinar
Thursday, December 16, 2021 from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Panel of Experts
Information Privacy and Security Group Chair
Combining his business, technology and employment interests, Cameron has developed a depth and breadth of experience in privacy and data security. His résumé includes managing numerous data security audits, preparing and implementing written security policies, training executives, managers, and employees in data security, auditing, preparing and implementing data security agreements with vendors and business associates, addressing a wide variety of day-to-day security issues, and investigating and remediating many security breaches. Cameron has dealt with these issues under a range of state and federal laws, including the Gramm-Leach-Blilely Act (GLB), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), the Massachusetts and California data security regulations, and a number of other state data security and breach notification laws.
Assistant Vice President of Business Services
Service Credit Union
David Weed, a native of New Hampshire, has 32 years of commercial lending experience, and has been with Service Credit Union since 2010. He helped build the credit union’s business services department from the ground up, with a consistent focus on providing business members with best-in-class service. David holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business from St. Anselm College and a graduate degree in Finance from the ABA Stonier School at Georgetown University. He is heavily involved in initiatives that advance the credit union’s mission of supporting the communities it serves, including serving as a mentor for the Veteran Entrepreneurial Training and Resource Network (VTRN)’s free “Streetwise MBA” program for veteran business owners.
Vice President and Publisher
Ernesto has been vice president digital for Newspapers of New England (NNE), group publisher at PennWell, vice president of digital media for The Telegraph and NH.com and related sites, as well as digital media director for the Rutland Herald and Times Argus newspapers in Vermont, online editor for The Telegraph and NH.com, and a print editor and reporter with daily and weekly newspapers. He’s spent his career at the intersection of publishing, digital evolution and marketing helping both publishers and advertisers maximize their digital visibility.