Business Ethics, Data, and Privacy

Herbert Business School logo A collaboration by the Miami Herbert Business School and the UM Ethics Programs

Date: October 25, 2022
Time: 12-4:15 pm
Chair: Diane Merians Penaloza
Facilitators: Kenneth W. Goodman, Stuart L. Pardau
Location: Miami Herbert Business School, Aresty Dining Room, 329

Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Implications of Business Data Collection and Use

Information technology has changed every aspect of business practice. From marketing and administration to health care and and economics, powerful computing tools and very large data sets have evolved to elicit a challenging suite of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues. This workshop will feature scholarly works-in-progress, with commentary from industry leaders.

The workshop is free of charge, but registration is requested.A light lunch will be provided. Please share this page with students and colleagues.

Program is subject to change.

Time Session Moderator
12 - 1 pm Registration, welcome and luncheon  KWG / SLP / DMP
1 pm Data privacy and compliance
  • Anne Marie Colombo, Security and Compliance Officer, SAP
  • Diane Merians Penaloza, Lecturer, Miami Herbert Business School, Marketing Department
  • Sonia Zeledon, AGC, Ethics, Compliance and Privacy, The Hershey Company
2 pm Data security and ethics
  • Jaike Hornreich, data security expert
  • Stuart L. Pardau, Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Department of Business Law, Miami Herbert Business School
  • Niam Yarahghi, Assistant Professor, Business Technology, University of Miami
3 pm Break
3:15 pm Data privacy legislation
  • Jon Garon, Director, Intellectual Property, Cybersecurity, and Technology Law Program, Nova Southeastern University
  • Laura Juanes, VP of Privacy and Compliance, Restaurant Brands International
  • Hilary Lane, Partner, Holland & Knight
4: 15 pm Adjournment