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.

  • Privacy Bytes Roadshow : Data Risk & Resilience February 29, 2024 | 222 Bay St. Suite 3000. Toronto, ON M5K 1E7, Canada

    Legal teams are facing unique and growing data risks in this ever-changing regulatory and threat landscape. Privacy and AI regulations continue to evolve and become more complex and the risk of resulting litigation continues to rise.


    Please join Exterro & Norton Rose Fulbright for a lively and interactive session that breaks down silos and discusses building a future-proof data risk management strategy across your organization. We will share tools and tips for resilience to help mitigate risks and minimize the impact of a breach, regulatory action, or litigation.

    Topics include:

    • Key findings from the 2024 ACC CLO Report that explores how CLOs/GCs are shifting their focus to effectively managing emerging data risks
    • Updates on how laws governing data and AI are evolving and what that means for organizations
    • Tips for developing an effective data risk management strategy including conducting risk and impact assessments
    • How tools & new technologies are mitigating risks and creating value for Legal, Privacy and IT Security teams
  • IT Law & Privacy March 3, 2024 | Groningen

    After this course you are able to guide a solution or the path to be taken if a legal problem arises or threatens to arise in the use of IT.

  • Privacy Bytes Roadshow : Data Mastermind Tour March 12, 2024 | Manatt Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP 1050 Connecticut Ave NW #600 Washington, DC 20036

    Elevate Your Data Strategy with Defensible Deletion and Strategic Retention for Cyber Prosperity, Cost Innovation, and Legal Confidence. Discover efficient methods for identifying data for defensible deletion, reducing cyber insurance premiums, storage fees, and the risks associated with data breaches, litigation, and regulatory fines.

    Topics include:

    • Cost Reduction Impact: The emphasis on defensible data deletion underscores the potential for significant cost reductions. By actively managing and deleting unnecessary data, companies can lower their cyber insurance premiums, cut down on storage fees, and mitigate the financial risks associated with data breaches, litigation, and regulatory fines.
    • Risk Mitigation Strategies: Beyond cost savings, the session highlights the role of defensible data deletion in risk mitigation. By removing obsolete or sensitive information, companies can proactively reduce the likelihood of adverse litigation outcomes and regulatory fines, while also enhancing overall cybersecurity measures.
    • Efficient Data Management Solutions: Exterro's suite, including Data Discovery, Data Retention, and Legal Hold, provides companies with robust tools to identify and delete data defensibly. This offers an efficient solution for managing data throughout its lifecycle.
  • Privacy Bytes Roadshow : Data Risk & Resilience March 21, 2024 | Three Embarcadero Center, 7th Floor San Francisco, CA 94111-4070 United States

    Legal teams are facing unique and growing data risks in this ever-changing regulatory and threat landscape. Privacy and AI regulations continue to evolve and become more complex and the risk of resulting litigation continues to rise.

    Please join Exterro & Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) for a lively and interactive session that breaks down silos and discusses building a future-proof data risk management strategy across your organization. We will share tools and tips for resilience to help mitigate risks and minimize the impact of a breach, regulatory action, or litigation.

    Topics include:

    • Key findings from the 2024 ACC CLO Report that explores how CLOs/GCs are shifting their focus to effectively managing emerging data risks
    • Updates on how laws governing data and AI are evolving and what that means for organizations
    • Tips for developing an effective data risk management strategy including conducting risk and impact assessments
    • How tools & new technologies are mitigating risks and creating value for Legal, Privacy and IT Security teams
  • Intellectual Property and Privacy March 20, 2024 | Groningen

    After this course you have an overview of the entire discipline of Intellectual Property law. You can recognize your own Intellectual Property rights and are able to make an initial assessment of possible conflicts in the field of Intellectual Property law.

  • Implementation privacy by design and privacy by default April 3, 2024 | Groningen

    This course explains and provides insights and tools to make privacy by design and privacy by default al logical part of the process of (further) developing the information management of the organization. You will learn about the importance of governance: roles, tasks and responsibilities. And also to recognize and determine the applicable compliance system.

  • Embedding privacy in the organization April 3, 2024 | Groningen

    In this course will be explained which subjects of privacy and data protection, policies and implementation frameworks should be developed and who within the organization has what responsibility. And also how policy and frameworks should be constructed.

  • DPIA 2 - Get started with performing DPIAs April 10, 2024 | Zwolle

    The follow-up to the course 'DPIA 1 - Theory Data Protection Impact Assessment'. You learn a practical working method to organize and carry out a DPIA and how setting up and conducting a DPIA can be part of the policy of the organization.

  • DPIA 1 - Theory Data Protection Impact Assessment April 10, 2024 | Groningen

    Course for the privacy professional who wants to learn more about the reason, the background and theory of Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA). The same day (or at a later date) you can participate in het DPIA practice course 'Get started with performing DPIAs'.

  • Getting more out of your data: is that allowed? April 18, 2024 | Groningen

    A specialist in the field of secondary use of personal data takes you into how the principles of the General Data Protection Regulatie (GDPR), linked to the processing of personal data, relate to secondary use. The course is set up in an interactive way, with small assignments and various discussions.

  • RSA Conference 2024 May 6-9, 2024 | Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA

    Join us May 6 – 9 at RSAC 2024, the ultimate cybersecurity destination. Immerse yourself in expert-led sessions, connect with industry leaders, and discover the latest trends and best practices. Elevate your cybersecurity game and be a part of shaping the industry's future. Don't miss this opportunity to advance your skills and network with the best in the field.

    Plus, IAPP members save an additional $200 when registering with code 14UIAPPFD. Register now.


Past Events
  • Privacy Bytes Data Mastermind Tour February 15, 2024 | Toulouse Cafe and Bar, Plano, TX 75024

    Are you overwhelmed by the ever-changing privacy regulations around the world? Looking for a collaborative platform to stay up-to-date on trends and best practices? Privacy Bytes is a networking lunch series designed exclusively for professionals like you. Let’s ditch PowerPoint presentations and embrace candid, knowledge-sharing conversations. Lunch and valet parking is on us!

    Elevate Your Data Strategy with Defensible Deletion and Strategic Retention for Cyber Prosperity, Cost Innovation, and Legal Confidence. Discover efficient methods for identifying data for defensible deletion, reducing cyber insurance premiums, storage fees, and the risks associated with data breaches, litigation, and regulatory fines.

    We will discuss:

    • Cost Reduction Impact: The emphasis on defensible data deletion underscores the potential for significant cost reductions. By actively managing and deleting unnecessary data, companies can lower their cyber insurance premiums, cut down on storage fees, and mitigate the financial risks associated with data breaches, litigation, and regulatory fines.
       
    • Risk Mitigation Strategies: Beyond cost savings, the session highlights the role of defensible data deletion in risk mitigation. By removing obsolete or sensitive information, companies can proactively reduce the likelihood of adverse litigation outcomes and regulatory fines, while also enhancing overall cybersecurity measures.
       
    • Efficient Data Management Solutions: Exterro's suite, including Data Discovery, Data Retention, and Legal Hold, provides companies with robust tools to identify and delete data defensibly. This offers an efficient solution for managing data throughout its lifecycle.
  • Advanced Privacy, Tech, and AI Bootcamp February 12, 2024 | Virtual

    Learn the foundations, main approaches, and the regulatory background. Obtain tools to deal with emerging privacy, tech & AI challenges. An unmissable 8-week bootcamp with Luiza Jarovsky, especially for those focused on professional growth and leadership in the age of AI.

  • NORMA: visualize and track privacy and data protection February 5, 2024 | Groningen

    The practical follow-up to the theoretical course ‘Supervision of the protection of personal data’. NORMA is an online tool to create a supervisory framework for your organization about privacy and data protection. In the NORMA course you start with the realization of a supervision framework by actually using NORMA.

  • Supervision of the protection of personal data February 5, 2024 | Groningen

    Who has what responsibility in your organization with regard to supervision of privacy and data protection? After the course you can create a GDPR supervision system that suits your organization and embed this system in the planning, control and improvement cycle and/or audit trail the organization uses.

  • Privacy, Tech, and AI Bootcamp January 31, 2024 | Webinar

    *Course offered on a monthly basis. 

    Learn with peers, accelerate your career, and increase your leadership impact. Join our 4-week bootcamp and obtain the tools to deal with emerging challenges in the intersection of privacy, tech & AI. Learn about dark patterns that affect privacy, the cognitive biases behind them, privacy enhancing design, AI risks and harms, how AI impacts privacy, the main risks & challenges, dark patterns in AI, the regulatory landscape, privacy advocacy, and more. An unmissable 4-week bootcamp with Luiza Jarovsky.

  • Privacy, data protection and business operations January 18, 2024 | Groningen

    Recognize privacy and data protection dilemmas in relation tot business operations. You will learn to make intended dilemmas transparent and formulated, so the responsible management or entrepreneur can take well-considered and explainable decisions.

  • ECJ: Personal Nature of Data and SCHUFA Rulings January 11, 2024 | Webinar

    Leading experts in the field of Data Protection and Data Usage will report from their personal practice on how proceedings before the ECJ are being conducted and how the court has ruled on the personal nature of data in connection with vehicle identification numbers (Case C-319/22). They will then get to the bottom of the question of whether the ECJ has banned credit scoring and AI in its recent decisions by presenting the rulings on the German Credit Rating Bureau SCHUFA in connection with automated decision-making, Art. 22 GDPR (Case C-634/21 and joined cases C-26/22 & C-64/22).

  • Privacy versus AI January 10, 2024 | Groningen

    As a privacy professional, how can you help your organization get the best out of developments without ignoring the interests of involved persons? You will learn about algorithm, artificial intelligence and generative AI. What is AI and what is not? Impact on privacy and data protection and AI and the European AI Regulation.

  • Privacy: What to Expect in 2024 January 8, 2024 | Webinar

    If you are a privacy professional, you can't miss this episode, here's why: I invited three leading privacy experts, Odia Kagan (Fox Rothschild LLP), Nia Cross Castelly (Checks/Google), and Gal Ringel (MineOS), to discuss with me what to expect and how to get ready for 2024's privacy challenges.

    We'll talk about:

    - the hottest privacy topics for 2024 and why they will be important/impactful;

    - what will be the most challenging privacy issues for business and why;

    - how businesses can prepare in advance for these challenges and the most important practical measures organizations and professionals should be thinking about right now;

    - our personal tip(s) for privacy professionals who want to navigate 2024 successfully.

  • Synthetic Data Summit 2023 November 30, 2023 | IET London: Savoy Place

    The Synthetic Data Summit 2023 is jointly organized by Replica Analytics and the University of Ottawa. This one-day event will take place on November 30, 2023 at the IET London: Savoy Place. Synthetic data generation promises to solve many difficult challenges in healthcare, from a broad spectrum of privacy challenges to enabling powerful simulations to be performed. Over the last four years there have been many developments in the area of synthetic data generation, and specifically for health data. These developments include: 1. Improvements in the generation of synthetic data, and the ability to handle increasingly complex datasets and to scale synthetic data generation to larger datasets. 2. The emergence of frameworks for the evaluation of the privacy risks and the utility of synthetic data. 3. There is increasing interest, and to some extent acceptance, of synthetic data by different regulators around the globe. In this year’s summit we will bring these developments and experiences together to provide a comprehensive perspective on what synthetic data generation is and what technologies have been found to work in practice, how it has been applied to solve healthcare challenges, how it is and should be regulated, and what the future holds / expected developments moving forward. With a unique combination of industry, academic, government, and regulator presenters, this one day summit will provide attendees with a pretty good update on synthetic data generation and how to leverage it in their organizations. Good for experienced professionals including: • Chief Data Officers responsible for a data business in their organizations • Data scientists in the life sciences and MedTech sectors • Privacy Officers / Professionals

  • Special Edition: Data Transfers from the EU and the UK to the U.S. – Is the EU/UK-U.S. Data Privacy Framework the answer to all questions? November 23, 2023 | Webinar

    In this special edition of the “GDPR Deep Dives” – which will be held in English, leading experts in the field of data protection and privacy in Germany and the UK, will answer especially the following questions:

    • What is the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework? And what is the UK Extension to this Framework?
    • Under which conditions may companies transfer data from the EU / UK to the U.S. based on this Framework?
    • Do companies have to take accompanying measures when relying on the Framework?
    • What are the alternatives to the Framework that may (still) be used for data transfers to the U.S.?
    • Which transfer mechanism (Data Privacy Framework, Standard Contractual Clauses etc.) should be used in which situation?

  • Training Course: Practical De-Identification Methods for Health Data October 23-24, 2023 | Aetion Office 5 Pennsylvania Plaza Floor 7 New York, NY 10001

    To innovate, organizations need to leverage their data, but they face many challenges obtaining access to realistic datasets while at the same time preserving privacy in a manner consistent with contemporary regulations, for example, the HIPAA Expert Determination method and the GDPR. Join Replica Analytics, an Aetion company, in New York City for an in-person, interactive training course October 23 and 24, 2023, to increase your skills and knowledge of modern methods for anonymization. We’ll cover: structured data, including clinical trial datasets and real-world datasets; multiple practical data transformation techniques, such as risk-based methods and synthetic data generation; data-privacy risk measurement and management methods and exercises; and much more. The training course will be led by Dr. Khaled El Emam and Lucy Mosquera.

    This course is intended for a general audience and does not require specific statistical or software background. There will be some technical content covered in the description of the methodology, but that will be relatively light. There will be quite detailed reference materials provided for those wishing to dive into the technical / mathematical background. Participants will get hands-on practice in assessing re-identification risk for sample datasets. It is suitable for:

    • privacy officers / professionals
    • analysts and analytics leaders who will be performing de-identification/anonymization
    • chief data officers responsible for a data business in their organizations
    • professionals working in health, life sciences and other sectors, as the concepts are highly applicable beyond the health sector

    Are you a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals? This course qualifies for 9.5 CPE credits. If you are an IAPP member, email info@replica-analytics.com and request your code for a $50 discount before registering.

  • An Introduction to Privacy Regulation, Litigation, and Enforcement October 18, 2023 | Webinar

    Privacy regulation in the United States, unlike the European Union, is a patchwork of state and federal law and regulatory agency interpretation. Often, regulatory oversight is based on business sectors, such as the health care and financial sectors, rather than an overarching approach to the protection of all personally identifiable information. In a number of instances, the laws and regulations overlap and are sometimes inconsistent. In this webinar, Bill Dillon, a shareholder in Gunster's Tallahassee office, and Lauren Scholz, FSU Law’s McConnaughhay and Rissman professor, will discuss the constitutional and regulatory framework in the United States as well as some of the enforcement mechanisms that are utilized when applicable laws and regulations are not followed.

  • An Introduction to Privacy Regulation, Litigation, and Enforcement October 18, 2023 | Webinar

    Privacy regulation in the United States, unlike the European Union, is a patchwork of state and federal law and regulatory agency interpretation. Often, regulatory oversight is based on business sectors, such as the health care and financial sectors, rather than an overarching approach to the protection of all personally identifiable information. In a number of instances, the laws and regulations overlap and are sometimes inconsistent. In this webinar, Bill Dillon, a shareholder in Gunster's Tallahassee office, and Lauren Scholz, FSU Law’s McConnaughhay and Rissman professor, will discuss the constitutional and regulatory framework in the United States as well as some of the enforcement mechanisms that are utilized when applicable laws and regulations are not followed.

  • Higher Professional Education: Privacy Management October 5, 2023 | Groningen

    Learn in 15 on practice focused classroom lessons, 1 day a week, to implement the obligations arising from the GDPR privacy law and regulations in a result-oriented, project-based manner. The unique thing is that privacy management is combined with project management and change management. Working and influencing styles are also taught, knowledge that is necessary to make employees and management aware of privacy. Official CPION diploma and the title Certified Privacy Manager (CPM).

    Learn more here: https://www.frijlande.nl/opleiding-training-privacy-management/post-hbo-privacy-management/

  • Higher Professional Education: Data Protection Officer October 5, 2023 | Groningen

    To become a registered Data Protection Officer in 19 classroom lessons, 1 day a week. Focused on practice. You learn how supervision issues can best be organized. Official CPION diploma and the title Certified Data Protection Officer (CDPO).

    Learn more here: https://www.frijlande.nl/opleiding-training-privacy-management/post-hbo-data-protection-officer/

     

  • The Fundamentals of Informational Privacy and Security for All Businesses Rolling Enrollment | Online, Self Paced

    A deep dive into informational privacy and security laws is essential in today’s business environment.  Understand the different classes of individual privacy and fair information practices. Learn about the regulatory agencies most involved in regulating informational privacy. Explore consumer rights and state-specific privacy laws and review common practices to maintain information security.

  • Higher Professional Education: Information Security Management Professional October 2, 2023 | Groningen

    Learn in 15 on practice focused classroom lessons, 1 day a week, how information security issues can be organized and implemented. The focus of the ISMP's role also is (to help with) changing the attitude and behavior of management and employees when it comes to privacy and information security. You will learn to develop a personal, powerful and authentic presentation style too. Official CPION diploma 'Post-hbo Information Security Management Professional'.

    Learn more here: https://www.frijlande.nl/post-hbo-information-security-management/

  • Higher Professional Education: Data Protection Officer September 28, 2023 | Groningen

    To become a registered Data Protection Officer in 6 classroom lessons, 1 day a week, after succesful completion of the Frijlande course ‘Post-hbo Privacy Management’. Official CPION diploma and the title Certified Data Protection Officer (CDPO). Students learn how supervision issues can best be organized.

    Learn more here: https://www.frijlande.nl/opleiding-training-privacy-management/post-hbo-data-protection-officer/

  • Datos Personales 2023 September 22, 2023 |

    Este certamen tiene por objetivo promover, reconocer, impulsar, incentivar, difundir y compartir innovaciones y buenas prácticas desde diferentes disciplinas del conocimiento y la práctica, principalmente aquellas que desarrollen propuestas creativas y efectivas que permitan eficientar la protección de datos personales en diferentes ámbitos sociales, laborales y culturales. Ello permitirá fortalecer lazos de cooperación y vinculación con el talento de nuestro país en materia de protección de datos personales, sensibilizando, impulsando y construyendo una cultura de privacidad y prevención entre los responsables y encargados del cuidado y tratamiento de los datos personales de los sectores público y privado en México.

  • The Meta judgment of the CJEU – the first landmark decision on the GDPR September 21, 2023 | Virtual

    In this GDPR Deep Dive, we will take a detailed look at the numerous facets of the CJEU’s ruling in Meta Platforms v. Bundeskartellamt (C-252/21) and its far-reaching implications for data protection practice.

    On the surface, the proceedings underlying the ruling were dominated by the question of the Bundeskartellamt's inspection powers under data protection law. In addition, however, the Court also had to rule on a large number of fundamental questions regarding the lawfulness of data processing under the GDPR. The conclusions of the CJEU on these points contain some statements that could shape data protection law processing practice far beyond the individual case decided here.

    In our Deep Dive, we will highlight in particular the consequences for data processing activities that are carried out for the performance of contracts (Art. 6 (1) (b) GDPR), for pursuing legitimate interests (Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR) and for obtaining valid consent (Art. 7 GDPR), as well as the remaining room for maneuver and possible lines of argumentation. Special attention will also be paid to the Court's comments on the processing of special categories of personal data and the general scope of application of Art. 9 GDPR.

  • Digital Law, Technology and Data Protection Congress September 18, 2023 | TIVOLI MOFARREJ HOTEL, Alameda Santos, 1437 – Cerqueira César, São Paulo – SP, 01419-001

    The Opice Blum Academy presents another edition of the Congress, promising a prominent event in the Digital Law, Technology and Data Protection scenario in Brazil. Bringing together great experts, relevant and current topics to provide you with an excellent opportunity and the perfect environment for debates, updates and lots of networking.

  • Generative AI for Lawyers: An Introduction September 15, 2023 | Webinar

    Join us for the first installment of the Frontiers in Law and Technology series to learn about the impact of generative artificial intelligence (AI). With the release of ChatGPT in late 2022, people across the globe have been talking about the impact of AI on all professions, including the legal profession. This conversation between Professor Shawn Bayern and Katya Fisher will explore the technology behind generative AI, including how lawyers might use generative AI in their practice and what kinds of promises and risks the new technology poses. Students will have the opportunity to attend this webinar broadcast in person at the FSU College of Law.

  • Webinar: Demystifying HIPAA: Techniques for De-Identifying Complex Multi-Model Data August 1, 2023 | Online

    Join us Tuesday, August 1st at 11am (EST) for a webinar on how to efficiently de-identify complex multi-model datasets in accordance with HIPAA.

    Most health data is multi-model, with both structured and unstructured (text) components. Great value can be generated by analyzing and learning from both types of information. To be able to share and reuse such complex data, it is necessary to meet the requirements of the HIPAA Expert Determination Method, organizations must implement robust de-identification methods that preserve data utility while safeguarding patient privacy. This webinar will explore the intricacies of de-identifying complex datasets, providing valuable insights and practical examples.

    Presenters include Patricia Thaine (Co-Founder & CEO, Private AI), and Lucy Mosquera (Sr. Director of Data Science, Replica Analytics).

    It is suitable for: Data Analysts, Epidemiologists, ML Engineers, Developers, Chief Privacy Officers, Chief Legal Officers, Chief Data Officers, Chief Product Officers, Chief Information Security Officers.

  • Congresso De Direito Digital Tecnologia E Protecao De Dados June 15-16, 2023 | Fecomercio Event Center • São Paulo -Brazil
  • Privacy Now Series! ChatGPT and Privacy: Exploring the Possibilities and Privacy Implications June 14, 2023 | Webinar

    Chatbots, or AI-driven computer programs, are increasingly being used to automate customer service processes, provide personalized customer service experiences, and even provide conversational interfaces for applications. However, with the increased use of chatbots come a variety of privacy risks, from data leakage to lack of transparency. The Privacy Office will be hosting a panel discussion with a variety of experts to discuss the benefits and risks of chatbots, particularly ChatGPT and other new and emerging technologies. Our expert panelists will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using chatbots, as well as the potential privacy risks associated with them now and in the future. They will also provide valuable insights into how to protect user data and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Join us for an informative & engaging discussion!

  • ChatGPT on everyone's lips - artificial intelligence and its regulatory framework June 6, 2023 | Virtual

    The webinar will address the data protection and regulatory issues related to the use of artificial intelligence in general and in relation to ChatGPT in particular. We will especially focus on the provisional banning of ChatGPT by the Italian data protection authority and the EU AI Act. This event will be held in German as presenting language.

  • SkillsDA IAPP Official Training Partner Launch Program June 2, 2023 | Ramada Plaza Hotel, Guindy, Chennai

    SkillsDA is an Official Training Partner of IAPP.  SkillsDA launches the IAPP - International Association of Privacy Professionals programs in Chennai. Join us at Ramada Plaza Hotel, Guindy, Chennai, on June 2nd, 2023, at 6 PM.  Launching the #IAPPCertification training program in Chennai. Engage in insightful talks and panel discussions, including legal aspects of privacy and a panel discussion on protecting personal data in today's digital landscape. Learn about privacy careers and certifications for a successful future. Don't miss this opportunity! 

  • Artificial Intelligence and Privacy May 16, 2023 | Webinar

    GDPR and emerging US privacy laws require organizations to make special considerations for automated decision making and processing of information, meaning that now more than ever the use of AI needs to be scrutinized. This presentation will present the common benefits, concerns, and risks of using AI for a business, including ways to assess risk in a PIA style format.

  • AI & Data Protection: Emerging Risk Themes and Impacts on Asia May 9, 2023 | Virtual

    Digital Future Discussion is an interactive comprehensive discussion presenting CfDS researchers who discuss issues of digital society. The discussion is held offline or online through YouTube channel CfDS.

  • Role of Data Protection Officers May 8, 2023 | University of Indonesia

    Privacy & Data Protection Guest Lecture: Role of Data Protection Officers, University of Indonesia

  • Sixth Annual Latin American Privacy and Cybersecurity Symposium April 25-26, 2023 | Hilton Santa Fe Antonio Dovali Jaime 70 Santa Fe, Zedec Sta Fé Álvaro Obregón 01219 Ciudad de México CDMX

    Jones Day, together with key partners, is pleased to invite you to the sixth edition of the Latin American Privacy and Cybersecurity Symposium in Mexico City.

    This two-day, in-person conference will offer engaging discussions led by Jones Day partners from Mexico City and other Firm offices. Recent trends and regulatory developments in cybersecurity, data protection, data privacy, and crypto asset management in Latin America will be addressed. This is an opportunity to hear presentations by business leaders from companies at the forefront of the cybersecurity and data protection industry and to receive updates from government authorities; most of the sessions will be conducted in English. The agenda will include such topics as the following: 

    • The Mexican Cybersecurity Regulation Initiative;
    • FTX Crypto Exchange Under the Radar: Liability and Regulatory Challenges;
    • The Latin American Perspective on the Metaverse;
    • Rethinking Web3: The Future of Fintech, Tokenization, and Smart Contracts; and
    • Latin America's Regulatory/Enforcement Update on Personal Data.
  • Practical De-identification Methods for Health Data April 24-25, 2023 | Aetion office in Barcelona Calle Corsega 381 - 4a Planta 08037 Barcelona Spain

    Join Replica Analytics for ‘Practical De-identification Methods for Health Data’ Training Course

    To innovate, organizations need to leverage their data, but they face many challenges obtaining access to realistic datasets while at the same time preserving privacy in a manner consistent with contemporary regulations, for example, the HIPAA Expert Determination method and the GDPR.

    Join Replica Analytics, an Aetion company, in Toronto for an in-person, interactive training course at Osler LLP's offices, March 7-8, to increase your skills and knowledge of modern methods for de-identification. What we’ll cover:

    • Structured data, including clinical trial datasets and real-world datasets
    • Multiple practical data transformation techniques, such as risk-based methods and synthetic data generation
    • Data risk measurement and management methods and exercises
    • Much more

    This in-person training course will be led by Dr. Khaled El Emam, Replica’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, and a world-renowned expert in anonymization and de-identification with two decades of experience developing PETs. The co-instructor is Lucy Mosquera, Replica’s Director of Data Science. We are being hosted by the Osler LLP AccessPrivacy team.

    This course is intended for a general audience and does not require specific statistical or software background. There will be some technical content covered in the description of the methodology, but that will be relatively light. There will be quite detailed reference materials provided for those wishing to dive into the technical/mathematical background. Participants will get hands-on practice in assessing re-identification risk for sample datasets.

    It is suitable for:

    • privacy officers / professionals
    • analysts and analytics leaders who will be performing de-identification/anonymization
    • chief data officers responsible for a data business in their organizations
    • professionals working in health, life sciences and other sectors, as the concepts are highly applicable beyond the health sector

    IAPP members will receive $50 US off the ticket price. Please email Anne-Marie (amhayden@replica-analytics.com) directly for the discount code prior to registering.  

  • RSA Conference 2023 April 24-27, 2023 | San Francisco, CA

    RSAC 2023 is April 24 – 27 in San Francisco. Attend expert-led sessions, innovation programs, and much more. Register by Mar. 24 to save up to $900*.

    IAPP members save an additional $200 with code 1U3IAPPFD.

  • Practical De-identification Methods for Health Data April 6, 2023 | Washington, D.C. at the Future of Privacy Forum office

    Join Replica Analytics for ‘Practical De-identification Methods for Health Data’ Training Course

    To innovate, organizations need to leverage their data, but they face many challenges obtaining access to realistic datasets while at the same time preserving privacy in a manner consistent with contemporary regulations, for example, the HIPAA Expert Determination method and the GDPR.

    Join Replica Analytics, an Aetion company, in Toronto for an in-person, interactive training course at Osler LLP's offices, March 7-8, to increase your skills and knowledge of modern methods for de-identification. What we’ll cover:

    • Structured data, including clinical trial datasets and real-world datasets
    • Multiple practical data transformation techniques, such as risk-based methods and synthetic data generation
    • Data risk measurement and management methods and exercises
    • Much more

    This in-person training course will be led by Dr. Khaled El Emam, Replica’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, and a world-renowned expert in anonymization and de-identification with two decades of experience developing PETs. The co-instructor is Lucy Mosquera, Replica’s Director of Data Science. We are being hosted by the Osler LLP AccessPrivacy team.

    This course is intended for a general audience and does not require specific statistical or software background. There will be some technical content covered in the description of the methodology, but that will be relatively light. There will be quite detailed reference materials provided for those wishing to dive into the technical/mathematical background. Participants will get hands-on practice in assessing re-identification risk for sample datasets.

    It is suitable for:

    • privacy officers / professionals
    • analysts and analytics leaders who will be performing de-identification/anonymization
    • chief data officers responsible for a data business in their organizations
    • professionals working in health, life sciences and other sectors, as the concepts are highly applicable beyond the health sector

    IAPP members will receive $50 US off the ticket price. Please email Anne-Marie (amhayden@replica-analytics.com) directly for the discount code prior to registering.  

  • 11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum March 8-9, 2023 | Webinar

    The Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum has become the most important privacy conference in the country. Last year, 900 practitioners, scholars, and students registered to attend the event. This year, we anticipate even more registrants, with the option to join live or stream the event afterward on B-CLE. CLE and CPE credit will be offered.

    Bridging academia and practice, this conference brings together in-house counsel from leading tech companies, practicing lawyers, regulators, privacy advocates, and academics. Faculty from the UC Berkeley School of Law will share their latest research and analysis, and leading privacy experts from law firms, companies, and government agencies will offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges. 

    We are excited to collaborate with Privacy Law at Berkeley. to share this year’s agenda, which is uniquely structured to address U.S. and international privacy law developments. The full roster of speakers will be released the week before the conference.

  • Practical De-identification Methods for Health Data March 7-8, 2023 | 100 King St W 100 King Street West 63rd Floor Toronto, ON M5X 1A9 Canada

    Join Replica Analytics for ‘Practical De-identification Methods for Health Data’ Training Course

    To innovate, organizations need to leverage their data, but they face many challenges obtaining access to realistic datasets while at the same time preserving privacy in a manner consistent with contemporary regulations, for example, the HIPAA Expert Determination method and the GDPR.

    Join Replica Analytics, an Aetion company, in Toronto for an in-person, interactive training course at Osler LLP's offices, March 7-8, to increase your skills and knowledge of modern methods for de-identification. What we’ll cover:

    • Structured data, including clinical trial datasets and real-world datasets
    • Multiple practical data transformation techniques, such as risk-based methods and synthetic data generation
    • Data risk measurement and management methods and exercises
    • Much more

    This in-person training course will be led by Dr. Khaled El Emam, Replica’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, and a world-renowned expert in anonymization and de-identification with two decades of experience developing PETs. The co-instructor is Lucy Mosquera, Replica’s Director of Data Science. We are being hosted by the Osler LLP AccessPrivacy team.

    This course is intended for a general audience and does not require specific statistical or software background. There will be some technical content covered in the description of the methodology, but that will be relatively light. There will be quite detailed reference materials provided for those wishing to dive into the technical/mathematical background. Participants will get hands-on practice in assessing re-identification risk for sample datasets.

    It is suitable for:

    • privacy officers / professionals
    • analysts and analytics leaders who will be performing de-identification/anonymization
    • chief data officers responsible for a data business in their organizations
    • professionals working in health, life sciences and other sectors, as the concepts are highly applicable beyond the health sector

    IAPP members will receive $50 US off the ticket price. Please email Anne-Marie (amhayden@replica-analytics.com) directly for the discount code prior to registering.  

  • CISO Forum Canada 2023 January 30, 2023 - January 31, 2023 | Toronto or Virtual

    CISO Forum Canada is brought to you by siberX, and brings speakers, attendees, & sponsors from all over the world together to discuss the everchanging field of executive information security management. Topics focus on leadership, strategic management, innovation, & cutting-edge solutions to the challenges of leading information security programs.

    CISO Forum Canada will mobilize leaders from across Canada as speakers & attendees for keynotes, panel discussions, & round-tables followed by an executive reception.

    This event is in-person and online.

    If you’re an IAPP member, sign up today with an additional 20% off using code: IAPPCFC2023

  • Santa Clara County Data Privacy Day 2023 January 25, 2023 | Webinar

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Privacy: Forming a Responsible and Intentional Partnership.

  • 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