Tuesday, May 28, 2024

2:00 PM-3:00 PM

  • Government/Non-Profit Member $20.00
  • Judge Member $0.00
  • LBA Solo Section $25.00
  • LBA YLS Member $15.00
  • Member $40.00
  • Non-Member $80.00
  • Paralegal Member $15.00
  • Sustaining Member $36.00

May 27, 2024 6:00 PM

A reservation is required in advance of the program. Registrants will receive a confirmation e-mail the day before the event which will contain a link to join the meeting via Zoom and attachments of the handout material and CLE activity code and instruction on how to file with the Ky Bar Association (PDF files).

Kentucky and Indiana’s Comprehensive Consumer Data Privacy are effective January 1, 2026. This program will equip both outside counsel and in-house attorneys by giving an overview of these laws and providing a proposed timeline for key deliverable to ensure compliance when they become effective. State comprehensive consumer privacy laws impose a number of novel obligations on businesses, including required content in the organization’s privacy notice, required prohibitions and obligations with parties processing data on behalf of the business, consumer rights requests, data processing limitations, and special assessments that have to be conducted when processing either certain categories of personal data or when the personal data is being processed for special purposes. For many businesses, it can be difficult to know where to start.

In this program, Kyle Miller and Dalton Cline will provide a timeline businesses can use over the next year and a half to prepare for compliance with these novel requirements. The timeline will assist businesses in identifying the key deliverables and breaking them apart into digestible pieces that will aid project management as the business develops new policies, procedures, and capabilities to comply with these laws.


Dalton Cline advises clients in a variety of industries and sectors regarding compliance with data privacy and cybersecurity laws and regulations nationally and internationally. Dalton conducts control and risk assessments, and advises clients on privacy operations, privacy notices, data protection addenda, as well as data breach response and mitigation efforts.

As a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT) he assists clients in identifying, evaluating and managing risks associated with privacy and information security practices, such as by mapping requirements to common privacy and security control frameworks like the NIST 800-53 Rev. 5 and other NIST Special Publications. Dalton has counseled clients in matters related to the GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act and other comprehensive state consumer privacy laws, GLBA, HIPAA, COPPA, FERPA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA, security breach notification laws, and other US state and federal privacy and data security requirements.

Prior to joining the firm, Dalton was a privacy analyst at a large public university, where his duties included drafting assessments, reviews, explainers and documentation for a variety of privacy laws, conducting third-party risk assessments and privacy impact assessments, and presenting on privacy law to IT professionals and others. He earned his Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) designation in 2022, and his CIPT and CIPM in 2023. 

Kyle W. Miller is a lawyer in the Dentons global Data Privacy and Cybersecurity group. Kyle’s practice builds on his career as a cybersecurity professional in bringing value to clients with needs related to cybersecurity, data privacy and technology.

Kyle counsels clients across all phases of their systems development lifecycle. He drafts and assesses organizations’ cybersecurity programs, performing gap and risk assessments under applicable information security frameworks and standards. He also crafts and leads cybersecurity tabletop exercises to test and practice organizations’ cybersecurity programs. He drafts and implements data privacy programs compliant with domestic and global legal regimes. Kyle has significant experience reviewing and negotiating technology contracts including data rights and transfer agreements. Kyle also handles manages disputes and litigation related to data governance.

Kyle has experience as cybersecurity incident and disclosure counsel for organizations ranging from small businesses to global corporations. Kyle efficiently coordinates with forensic investigators to assist victims of cyber-attacks in mitigating and recovering from damage caused by malicious actors. When necessary, Kyle crafts regulatory and consumer disclosures related to these cybersecurity incidents, and manages regulatory inquiries.

He is a graduate of the Vanderbilt University Law School. Before law school, he managed network administration and information security for a healthcare data analytics company, building professional experience around risk management, data privacy, security incident response and regulatory compliance. He earned his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Louisville, holds a Master of Science in Applied Information Technology from Bellarmine University, and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) by the International Associate of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

For questions: Contact CLE Department at 502-583-5314 x 108.
Cancellations: Must be received by LBA at least 24 hours in advance for a refund (minus processing fee). Substitutes allowed (except special events).
Program format: This is a LIVE program. On-demand access requires separate fees. Live and on-demand CLE programs require different accreditations.
Technology issues: User error does not qualify for a refund.

Credit Status: Approved
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