Melinda McLellan is a Partner in BakerHosteler’s New York office. As co-leader of the Privacy Governance and Technology Transactions Team she advises clients on complex privacy, cybersecurity, and data management matters within the firm’s Chambers-ranked national Digital Assets and Data Management Group. Melinda regularly works with clients on the development and implementation of biometric technology, including compliance strategies to address an increasingly complicated web of local, state, federal, and foreign data protection laws regarding the use of biometric identifiers and facial recognition software. Heading up the firm’s GDPR compliance initiative, Melinda counsels clients on how to navigate cross-border data transfer issues and has led a wide variety of enterprise-wide foreign privacy law compliance projects. Melinda is a 2005 graduate of Harvard Law School where she served as Executive Editor of the Harvard International Law Journal, and she is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (certified CIPP/US and CIPP/E).
Facial recognition divides opinion as much as any other innovative technology. But, however disruptive, facial recognition technologies power a wave of innovative tools and business applications. This panel will explore the pluses and the minuses, and what the future holds for this technology and its relationship with human beings.
Host: Robert Bateman, Analyst and Research Director, GRC World Forums
Debbie Reynolds, "The Data Diva", Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC
Melinda L. McLellan, Partner, BakerHosteler