Industry Events

The events listed below are approved by the IAPP for providing CPE credits. To make sure you, as an attendee, get the credit you’re eligible for, just fill out the CPE submission form.

Attending a privacy event or program outside the IAPP? The below events have been approved for CPE credits for your IAPP certifications!

Check them out below to see what CPEs you can earn. To make sure you get the credit you’re eligible for, just fill out our CPE submission form.

Have an event you think could provide CPEs to IAPP certified members? Non-IAPP sponsored events remain eligible for CPE credit. Attendees of your privacy events can self-submit for these events using the CPE Submission Tool. E-mail us at cpe@iapp.org with any questions.


Past Events
  • Breaking Insights November 3, 2022 | Vintners’ Hall 68 Upper Thames Street London, EC4V 3BG

    A Summit on Innovation for Legal & Risk Professionals

    In-house peers and prominent speakers who will lead discussions on how to create an operational strategy that addresses technology and innovation, risk management and process engineering in a way that generates positive results.

  • InfoSys Privacy Symposium 2022 July 27-28, 2022 | Virtual

    The unprecedented innovation in computing technologies fueled by the digital footprints that we all as consumers, leave in the sands of cyberspace, could have a telling effect on individual privacy unless the industry collectively strives to embed privacy by design and achieve a positive sum game. The future that emerging technologies such as AI and Metaverse promises to bring, may give rich dividends to consumers but at the same time are transforming privacy treat landscape. Similar innovation is also unfolding in the data privacy space with development of privacy preservation technologies, such as zero knowledge proof, de-identification methods with minimal effect on data usability, federated learning, secure multiparty computation, while data privacy regulations are getting strengthened world-wide. Consent of an average unaware consumer is increasingly becoming meaningless as data use and sharing models are getting complex, and the only approach appears to be one of greater accountability on enterprises and use of PETs (Privacy enhancing technologies). 

    Infosys Data Privacy Office, in collaboration with IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) and ACC (Association of Corporate Counsel), is organizing a two-day virtual conference—Privacy Symposium 2022, to deliberate on all this. Join us to listen to privacy leaders, industry experts, legal counsels, research scholars, and CPOs who will share trends, emerging regulations, challenges and best practices being implemented globally.

  • RSA Conference 2022 June 6-9, 2022 | San Francisco, CA

    Join your peers at RSAC 2022 in San Francisco, June 6-9, or digitally. Attend expert-led sessions, inspiring Keynotes, innovation programs, and much more. IAPP members save an additional $200 when using code 12UIAPPFD

  • ASSOCHAM GLOBAL PRIVACY & DATAPROTECTION LEADERSHIP MEET 2022 March 2, 2022 | Virtual
  • Data Privacy Week 2022: The Data Privacy Balancing Act January 26, 2022 | Virtual

    The events of 2020 and 2021 underlined the necessity for data privacy in a big way. So much so, that Data Privacy Day is now Data Privacy Week in order to give the topic the attention it needs. Now in early 2022, the cybersecurity and data privacy community are intensely focused on protecting individuals and organizations from data breach scandals, fragmented data privacy legislation, and misuse of personal information. 

    Data Privacy Week 2022, hosted by the National Cybersecurity Alliance and LinkedIn, will convene data privacy experts from industry, government, academia, and non-profit for an afternoon of discussions on hot topics in privacy, including online tracking, adding privacy to awareness trainings, data collection for D&I initiatives, and more! 

  • 7th EDEN Event on Data Protection in Law Enforcement October 18-19, 2021 | Rome

    The human factor in data protection is becoming more and more relevant in many ways. Human intervention is an important safeguard when it comes to the increasing use of Artificial Intelligence including machine-learning in law enforcement and beyond. Data protection will only work on the ground if humans continue to believe in its added value. The human element is the building block of a healthy data protection culture in any organisation, including in law enforcement. But sometimes things go wrong. At best, that is the moment to remind ourselves that we are all just humans, after all. In a worst-case scenario, humans can suffer serious impact on their fundamental right to data protection – or even worse.
     
    The event will debate these and many other exciting themes connected to data protection in the area of law enforcement with some of the most inspiring speakers on the planet.

  • Innovation, Digital Law and Data Protection International Congress October 6-8, 2021 | Webinar

    If you are a professional who seeks to be constantly updated and with a high standard of quality in the market in which it operates, the International Congress on Innovation, Digital Law and Data Protection is for you. 

    The event promises three mornings dedicated to enriching debates on the most relevant themes in the innovation, digital law and data protection scenarios. Discussions on Legal Design and Visual Law, Artificial Intelligence, UX, NFTs, LGPD, Startups and much more, with the seriousness, commitment and technical rigor that are characteristic of the Opice Blum Academy.

    This Congress will provide the update that will make you stand out in a market that is only growing and that demands increasingly qualified professionals with the knowledge you need to boost (even more) your career and your business. 

  • Risk and Ethics in Personal Data Processing: Practical Tips August 12, 2021 | Webinar
  • The Innovation and Best Practices Award May 5, 2021- August 5, 2021 | Webinar

    This contest aims to promote privacy and the care of personal data, through the recognition and promotion of best practices and innovations for the proper treatment of this information, which occur in Mexico. This, in turn, will allow to assess and promote substantive improvements in the procedures used for the processing of personal data, for the benefit of the population.

  • Privacy Symposium 2021 June 1-3, 2021 | Webinar

    The increasing trend in privacy violations and data breaches, leading to administrative sanctions by authorities in recent years, has made privacy a key agenda item in board meetings. With organizations adopting emerging technologies for digital transformation, governments across the globe are witnessing increased privacy risk exposure and unprecedented attention important human rights in the digital era. The pandemic neither slowed down the pace of newer data privacy regulations coming up in various countries, nor the enforcement of such laws globally, despite health and safety being the priority.

    To hear perspectives on these and more, Infosys, in collaboration with International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), is organizing a three-day virtual conference—Privacy Symposium 2021. It is a maiden virtual conference organized by the Infosys Data Privacy Office in association with IAPP, where you can connect with privacy leaders, CPOs, experts from academia, frontline practitioners from all over the world, reflecting on key trends, challenges, and best practices.

    Event Timings: June 01 - 03 2021 (6.00 pm IST | 8.30 am EDT | 12.30 pm UTC)

    Key Topics:

    • Privacy - Key Agenda in the Board Discussion
    • Data Subject Rights - A weapon used against organizations? Practical Insights on how to handle
    • Standards in Privacy Management - Assurance to demonstrate accountability
    • Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Behavior - What can be done right?
    • Ethical-AI-by-Design: How Responsible AI Yields a Brighter Tomorrow
    • Privacy Preserving Synthetic Data in AI/ML - A Mirage
    • Privacy during Pandemic & the New Normal
    • Privacy Engineering Design and Evaluation (metrics & notion)
    • Solving the Zero-Sum Paradigm – Anonymization

    Key Speakers:

    • Deepak Padaki, Chief Risk Officer, Infosys
    • Trevor Hughes, President, IAPP
    • Ryan Chiavetta, Associate Editor, IAPP
    • Laura Weiss, Head of Global Privacy & Global Compliance, Prudential Financial
    • Shirin Uber, CIPP/E, Attorney, Data Privacy, UPS (EU, Germany)
    • Kai Rannenberg, Professor, Goethe Universität
    • Lauren Reid, Privacy & Digital Ethics Consultant, The PrivacyPro
    • Prof. Sandra Watcher, Associate & Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute
    • Ilona Logvinova, Associate General Counsel, McKinsey & Company
    • Erin Abrams, General Counsel, Via
    • Brianne Hendrickson-Smith, Data Scientist, Arena Analytics
    • Elise Houlik, CIPP/US, SVP, Assistant General Counsel, Privacy, Mastercard
    • Patricia Thaine, CEO, Private AI
    • Srinivas P, Chief Privacy Officer, Infosys
    • Knut Mager, Chief Privacy Officer, Novartis
    • Prasad Joshi, SVP, Infosys
    • Victoria Van Roosmalen, CISO & DPO, Coosto
    • Khaled El Emam, Professor, Researcher, Replica Analytics & University of Ottawa
    • Jason Cronk, Privacy & Trust Consultant, Enterprivacy Consulting Group (GA)
    • Lisa Bobbitt, Privacy Architect, Cisco Systems, Inc
    • Paul Francis, Director, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems; Co-Founder, MWI-SWS (UK)
    • Pam Dixon, Executive Director, World Privacy Forum
    • Aurélie Banck, Group Data Protection Officer and Group Compliance Officer, Europcar Mobility Group

    Register now to attend this unique interactive virtual conference, which includes sessions on key privacy topics and offers extensive opportunities for networking.

  • RSA Virtual Conference 2021 May 17-20, 2021 | Webinar

    Connect to cybersecurity’s best minds and biggest ideas. For less.

    Expert-led sessions. Thought-provoking keynotes. Cutting-edge innovation. Interactive networking opportunities. Join the conversation at RSA Conference 2021, a virtual experience happening May 17-20. Meet industry leaders and peers, learn about the latest trends that are most relevant to your needs, grow your career and help shape the future of the industry. Plus, save $100 on an All Access Pass as an IAPP member. Learn more.

  • 2021 Data Privacy Forum April 22, 2021 | Webinar

    Organizations and individuals face data privacy decisions and challenges on a daily basis. With ongoing data breaches and regulatory fines, many companies are ill-prepared for the data privacy requirements they face. These often arise from the internal conflict between meeting regulatory needs and implementing the technology and processes to achieve privacy goals. 2021 will also be welcoming many new privacy regulations across the globe and this inaugural Data Privacy Forum looks to bring together industry experts for round-table discussions on what is to come, and how to prepare for the challenges ahead.  

    KORNERSTONE Institute along with PowerMind and our Knowledge Partner IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) is organising the first virtual Data Privacy Forum in the Q2 of 2021, inviting over a dozen respected speakers from all corners of the business community to provide insights to the industry in aspects relating to the themes in focus.

  • Opice Blum Academy: IV PREVIEW ON-LINE: Congresso de Direito Digital, Tecnologia e Proteção de Dados March 25 | Webinar

    Sobre o congresso

    CONGRESSO DE DIREITO DIGITAL, TECNOLOGIA E PROTEÇÃO DE DADOS já promoveu três PREVIEWS ON-LINE, todos eventos de sucesso que mobilizaram a comunidade do Direito Digital e Proteção de Dados. Ao todo foram milhares de congressistas participantes, que por meio de tecnologias de videoconferência puderam compartilhar do conhecimento de experts em Direito Digital e Proteção de Dados do Brasil e do exterior.

    Atendendo às demandas do próprio mercado, a OPICE BLUM ACADEMY promove o IV PREVIEW ON-LINE, desta vez com a duração de um dia: 25 DE MARÇO, das 8h50 às 18h. Esta edição é dedicada aos temas REGULAMENTAÇÃO & INOVAÇÃO. Aguarde, em breve a programação estará disponível!
  • ITechLaw 2021 India International Virtual Summit March 16-18 | Webinar

    The ITechLaw 2021 India International Virtual Summit will be an interactive virtual conference experience, taking place 16-18 March 2021.  Each day will include sessions on trending and relevant topics and offer extensive opportunities for attendee interaction and networking.

    The conference will feature an exciting program with leading experts speaking on cutting edge issues. Topics will include:

    • Geopolitics of Technology;
    • Regulating Social Media;
    • India’s new Personal Data Protection Act;
    • Contours of Regulating Non-personal Data;
    • New ways to regulate Cross Border Transfer of Data and law enforcement access;
    • Challenges & Opportunities of Using AI from across Asia;
    • Collective Licensing and Online Streaming; and
    • Regulating the Cloud and CDNs

    Registration includes: admission to the conference sessions, access to speaker presentations and papers, a comprehensive attendee list, and a highly interactive video networking/discussion experience.

  • Cybersecurity: The Latest and Best Practical Information March 3, 2021 8:00am - 10:00am | Webinar

    Cybersecurity risks and the regulatory landscape evolve quickly, and for busy in-house counsel, it can be difficult to know how to operationalize a never-ending stream of news updates. This webinar will focus on breaking down recent cyber developments into practical information and tips that every in-house counsel should know.

    This discussion will cover:

    The ransomware threat – key tips for mitigation and response

    Vulnerability management – practical considerations and regulatory expectations

    Data breaches and the attorney-client privilege    

  • Expect the unexpected. Rewind. Reshape. Rethink. Restart. March 2-4, 2021 | Webinar

    Looking over our shoulders towards 2020 it seems almost unbelievable that we have gone through such incredible experience our minds couldn’t grasp before, except for … maybe… some hypothetical scenarios in a BCP plan. Most probably with a very low probability scoring.

    And here we are… after almost a year of continuous challenges, both in our personal and professional lives.

    Digital transformation topic (maybe together with change management strategies) so long discussed priorly has taken a real shape, moving faster than we aimed or expected and forcing business to react and take risks without the planned preparation.

    The effort of balancing the need of businesses’ reengineering, creativity and innovation with resilience and resistance to change, in the most uncertain and vulnerable environment experienced by latest generations, shakes people’s mentality and many organizational cultures.

    What will 2021 bring us? We can’t really say.

    We can only invite you to join us for three days of conference to meet our inspiring speakers and to debate on technology, leadership, governance and regulations.

  • Cybersecurity & Privacy for Legal and Compliance Professionals: What You Need to Know About From Incident Management to Privacy Breach February 11, 2021 11:00am-1:00pm | Webinar

    Join us February 11th 11-1pm PST for the second of our series of privacy webinars.  You can join all or one hour of this two-hour panel session of experts moderated by Virginia MacSuibhne, Chief Compliance & Privacy Officer of Roche and instructor in SCU Law's Compliance Master's Program.  

     

    The first hour will include top industry experts Stuart Lee, Chief Privacy Officer of VMWare and Michelle Bazu, Cybersecurity Counsel from VMWare and Fred Mpala, Head of Diagnostics Product Cybersecurity at Roche talking about cybersecurity threats in organizations, vulnerability monitoring, incident management, tools and resources and keys issues and risks.  

     

    The second hour will include top industry experts Robert Glaser, founder and managing principal of Conduit Privacy Solutions and Alea Garbagnati, Compliance and Privacy Counsel at Roche, covering the overlap of privacy and security incidents / breaches, leading practices for response, implications to the business, and the plethora of notification requirements.

  • Modern Contact Tracing for Future Pandemics: Balancing Utility & Privacy January 28, 2021 | Webinar

    Join us for the County of Santa Clara’s 3rd Annual Data Privacy Day 2021

    Modern Contact Tracing for Future Pandemics: Balancing Utility & Privacy

    As the current pandemic persists, experts are discussing the best ways to address future pandemics.  At least three approaches are critical to containing disease transmission: isolation (including masking and physical distancing), testing, and contact tracing.  Technology can play a role in all three approaches, and our focus for this event will look more into the way recent developments in contact tracing technologies can augment traditional approaches in future pandemic response.  These technologies, coupled with the dramatic expansion of data analysis and tracking capabilities, available to both public and private entities, have the potential to fundamentally alter the nature of modern contact tracing for public health pandemics in the years to come.  

     

    To learn more about these issues as they relate to public health, the Privacy Office in cooperation with the office of Board Supervisor Joe Simitian (District 5) are hosting an event on Data Privacy Day where experts from government, industry, and academia will discuss the possibilities and pitfalls of modern contact tracing techniques and the privacy concerns they may entail.  The first panel will cover a contact tracing technology primer for beginners and experts alike; and the second panel will take on a forward-looking perspective that aims to improve outcomes through leveraging the utility contact tracing apps may provide while preserving personal privacy and public trust.

  • Ankura: Global Cybersecurity and Data Privacy 2020 Round-Up for Financial Services Sector December 8, 2020 | Webinar

    2020 is an unprecedented year globally. Romania and the Central Eastern European (CEE) Region is not an exception. Throughout 2020, SLV Legal, Privacy Works and Ankura have been engaging and leading 360-degree cybersecurity and data privacy matters with variety of stakeholders in the current COVID-19 landscape. As part of our tailored initiative to disseminate lessons learnt, this webinar will focus on:


    • Data retention, deletion, cloud services, outsourcing & NIS compliance
    • Data breaches – Top 3 lessons learnt
    • Post Schrems II & Brexit – vendor risk management, re-strategising global data transfer mechanism & data localisation
    • Top 3 predictions for financial services in 2021

  • Ankura: Global Data Privacy Update: India Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 December 2, 2020 | Webinar

    India has been dominating the global outsourcing market due to its workforce efficiency, language proficiency, competitive cost and strategic time zone. Leading global organisations, start-ups and SMEs have been partnering with India by way of investment and business expansion. Due to this landscape, India is a vital trading partner to advanced economies, amongst others, United States (US), United Kingdom (UK) and European Economic Area (EEA). Throughout 2020, India has delayed to pass the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill 2019 partly due to COVID-19 landscape. As part of our tailored initiative to disseminate lessons learnt on PDP Bill, this webinar will focus on:


    • Key updates on India PDP Bill – why it matters to the US/UK/EEA?
    • Global data transfer (US-India-UK-EEA) and impact on India data localisation requirements
    • Globalising & contextualising data inventory for India
    • Cybersecurity and data privacy governance model for India
    • Top 3 predictions in 2021

  • ProThinkLearning presents: The Impact of Ethics 24/7 | E-Learning
    • The Impact of Ethics in Innovation and Technology: Comprehensive

    Cennydd Boyles, Instructor

    We make ethical choices about our use of technology and data without even knowing it, but these choices create ripple effects ow and into the future. This course teaches ethical thinking and principles you can apply to your everyday work.

    This course is an in-depth study of ethics problems and considerations relevant to design and deployment in the tech industry via a close reading of Cennydd Bowles’ book Future Ethics. It challenges the view that technology is ethically neutral and capable of providing solutions to all of humanity’s problems. This course explores and clearly explains the key ethical theories that should guide industry in the design and use of technology. It not only offers practical advice for those who design or sell technology-based tools, its lessons apply to any who use technology in their professions. Lessons guide the participant in considering human bias in design; ethical vs. unethical types of persuasive communication, including marketing; uses of personal data and surveillance capitalism; and the impact design can have on global issues such as sustainability and human survival. The course supports essential ethics knowledge and decision-making skills. Basic level; no prerequisites needed. Credits: IAPP: 8

     

    • The Impact of Ethics in Innovation and Technology: Abridged

    Cennydd Boyles, Instructor

    make ethical choices about our use of technology and data without even knowing it, but these choices create ripple effects ow and into the future. This course teaches ethical thinking and principles you can apply to your everyday work.

    This course is an in-depth study of ethics problems and considerations relevant to design and deployment in the tech industry via a close reading of selected passages from Cennydd Bowles’ book Future Ethics. It challenges the view that technology is ethically neutral and capable of providing solutions to all of humanity’s problems. This course explores and clearly explains the key ethical theories that should guide industry in the design and use of technology. It not only offers practical advice for those who design or sell technology-based tools, its lessons apply to any who use technology in their professions. Lessons guide the participant in considering human bias in design; ethical vs. unethical types of persuasive communication, including marketing; uses of personal data and surveillance capitalism; and the impact design can have on global issues such as sustainability and human survival. The course supports essential ethics knowledge and decision-making skills. Basic level; no prerequisites needed. Credits: IAPP: 3

     

    • The Impact of Ethics in Innovation and Technology: Focused

    Cennydd Boyles, Instructor

    We make ethical choices about our use of technology and data without even knowing it, but these choices create ripple effects ow and into the future. This course teaches ethical thinking and principles you can apply to your everyday work.

    This course is an in-depth study of ethics problems and considerations relevant to design and deployment in the tech industry via a close reading of selected excerpts from Cennydd Bowles’ book Future Ethics. It challenges the view that technology is ethically neutral and capable of providing solutions to all of humanity’s problems. This course explores and clearly explains the key ethical theories that should guide industry in the design and use of technology. It not only offers practical advice for those who design or sell technology-based tools, its lessons apply to any who use technology in their professions. Lessons guide the participant in considering human bias in design; ethical vs. unethical types of persuasive communication, including marketing; uses of personal data and surveillance capitalism; and the impact design can have on global issues such as sustainability and human survival. The course supports essential ethics knowledge and decision-making skills. Basic level; no prerequisites needed. Credits: IAPP: 2

  • ProThinkLearning presents: Cyber Security Habits Every Employee Should Master 24/7 | E-Learning

    Cybersecurity isn’t a technology problem; it’s a people problem.

    George Finney, Instructor, CISSP, CISM, CIPP

    Through real-world anecdotes and scenarios, this online, self-paced course approaches cybersecurity as a series of learned habits that influence our daily choices. The lessons explore these habits in detail and demonstrate how management and employees can change their mindset to master each of them. The bestselling book, Well Aware: Master the Nine Cybersecurity Habits to Protect Your Future by George Finney serves as the core instructional content for this course. You'll develop a deeper understanding of cybersecurity challenges through lessons learned from psychology, neuroscience, history, and economics. Basic Level; no prerequisites needed. Credits: IAPP: 7