The Enterprise Privacy Office (EPO) is an operating unit under the South Carolina Department of Administration’s Division of Technology, responsible for advising state agencies on the management of personal information, as well as establishing, assessing and enhancing privacy protection policy, training and compliance measures.
To contact the Enterprise Privacy Office, please email email@example.com.
EPO Privacy Training Series – Privacy: Understanding the Pieces of the Puzzle – EPO is pleased to announce the first in a series of training opportunities focused on privacy programs and the work of agency privacy liaisons. The first offering, titled “Privacy: Understanding the Pieces of the Puzzle,” begins with a strategic discussion of the components, roles and guidance available for South Carolina’s state agency privacy programs. This session is offered free of charge to agency privacy liaisons and all other agency personnel who interact with, or have an interest in, agency privacy programs. This session will be held April 29, 2019, from 9-11:30 a.m. at Admin’s Broad River Road location.
EPO Privacy Training Series – Identifying Privacy Risks in Privacy Threshold Analyses (PTAs) and Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) – EPO is pleased to announce the next installment in a series of workshops focused on privacy programs and the work of agency privacy liaisons. This workshop, titled “Identifying Privacy Risks in Privacy Threshold Analyses (PTA) and Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA),” will focus on techniques for partnering with system and process owners, identifying personally identifiable information and privacy risks, and developing mitigation plans. The workshop is offered free of charge to agency privacy liaisons and all other agency personnel who are involved with the completion of PTAs and PIAs. This session will be held April 29, 2019, from 1-4:30 p.m. at Admin’s Broad River Road location.
Lunch and Learn Series: Join EPO for informational sessions, and to view and discuss webinars from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA). Bring your lunch and take advantage of an opportunity to earn continuing education units.
USC School of Law, Legal IT Seminar Series
The University of South Carolina School of Law Information Technology Department, along with the Technology Law Students Association (TLSA) and the University of South Carolina School of Law's Student Bar Association (SBA), have joined together to present a regularly scheduled seminar series on Thursday mornings from 8-9 a.m. on how technology affects the law. The series features guest lecturers who are prominent experts in various legal technology fields. The free seminars are held in the Judge Karen J. Williams Courtroom in the School of Law, and are open to both law students and members of the legal community. For details on dates, topics and speakers, visit https://www.sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/law/community_resources/legaltech_seminar_series/