Eda is a Data Governance Advisor with Fasken’s Emerging Technologies group at Montréal, Canada office. She has a Master’s Degree in Law from McGill University where she wrote her thesis on the private enforcement of data protection laws from a comparative perspective.
In her work, she creates strategic and risk-based programs to help high-growth tech companies navigate evolving regulatory landscapes concerning privacy, cybersecurity, intellectual property and consumer protection. She advises her clients on operationalizing compliance and remediating risk. Additionally, she performs privacy impact assessments and other analyses to demonstrate organizational compliance.
Prior to joining Fasken, Eda worked in private legal practice, as well as in-house positions in various industries such as EdTech, cybersecurity consulting and pharmaceuticals.
A huge number of firms in Canada are preparing themselves for changes to the Data Protection and Privacy Laws in Canada, but are these reforms going to happen? This panel will look at where things stand now and explore what the future may hold?
Host: Constantine Karbaliotis, J.D., CIPP C/US/E, CIPT, CIPM, FIP, CDPSE, Counsel, nNovation LLP
Eda Uludere, Data Governance Advisor, FASKEN
Ashley Goren-Gibson, Goren-Gibson Consulting
Derek Lackey, CIPM, Managing Director, Newport Thomson
Sylvia Kingsmill, BA, LLB, Partner, Risk Consulting, National Privacy, Regulatory & Information Management (PRIM) Lead, KPMG Canada