WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- Canadian Privacy Fundamentals
- The Canadian Government and Legal System
- Enforcement Agencies and Powers
- Canadian Privacy Laws and Practices in the Private Sector
- Canadian Privacy Laws and Practices in the Public Sector
The day’s top stories from around the worldAI Governance Dashboard – New
Stay on top of the latest AI governance news and developments of the profession.The Privacy Advisor
Original reporting and feature articles on the latest privacy developmentsPrivacy Perspectives
Where the real conversations in privacy happenPrivacy Tech
Exploring the technology of privacyCanada Dashboard Digest
A roundup of the top Canadian privacy newsEurope Data Protection Digest
A roundup of the top European data protection newsAsia-Pacific Dashboard Digest
A roundup of the top privacy news from the Asia-Pacific regionLatin America Dashboard Digest
A roundup of the top privacy news from Latin AmericaU.S. Privacy Digest
A roundup of US privacy news
Apply to be an advisory board member, KnowledgeNet Chapter Chair or Young Privacy Professional by 29 Sept. (IAPP membership required for leadership positions.)Find a KnowledgeNet Chapter Near You
Talk privacy and network with local members at IAPP KnowledgeNet Chapter meetings, taking place worldwide.IAPP Job Board
Looking for a new challenge, or need to hire your next privacy pro? The IAPP Job Board is the answer.Member Directory
Locate and network with fellow privacy professionals using this peer-to-peer directory.IAPP Calendar
Review a filterable list of conferences, KnowledgeNets, LinkedIn Live broadcasts, networking events, web conferences and more.
Learn how to surround AI with policies and procedures that make the most of its potential by reducing its risks.European Data Protection (CIPP/E)
Understand Europe’s framework of laws, regulations and policies, most significantly the GDPR.U.S. Private-Sector Privacy (CIPP/US)
Steer a course through the interconnected web of federal and state laws governing U.S. data privacy.Canadian Privacy (CIPP/C)
Learn the intricacies of Canada’s distinctive federal/provincial/territorial data privacy governance systems.Privacy Program Management (CIPM)
Develop the skills to design, build and operate a comprehensive data protection program.Privacy in Technology (CIPT)
Add to your tech knowledge with deep training in privacy-enhancing technologies and how to deploy them.Foundations of Privacy and Data Protection
Introductory training that builds organizations of professionals with working privacy knowledge.Privacy Law Specialist Training (PLS)
Meet the stringent requirements to earn this American Bar Association-certified designation.
The global standard for the go-to person for privacy laws, regulations and frameworksCIPM Certification
The first and only privacy certification for professionals who manage day-to-day operationsCIPT Certification
As technology professionals take on greater privacy responsibilities, our updated certification is keeping pace with 50% new content covering the latest developments.FIP Designation
Recognizing the advanced knowledge and issue-spotting skills a privacy pro must attain in today’s complex world of data privacy.Privacy Law Specialist
The first title to verify you meet stringent requirements for knowledge, skill, proficiency and ethics in privacy law, and one of the ABA’s newest accredited specialties.CIPP/E + CIPM = GDPR Ready
The IAPP’S CIPP/E and CIPM are the ANSI/ISO-accredited, industry-recognized combination for GDPR readiness. Learn more today.Certificação CDPO/BR
Mostre seus conhecimentos na gestão do programa de privacidade e na legislação brasileira sobre privacidade.Certification CDPO/FR
Certification des compétences du DPO fondée sur la législation et règlementation française et européenne, agréée par la CNIL.
This report explores the compensation, both financial and nonfinancial, offered to privacy professionals.
This year’s Privacy Risk Study represents the most comprehensive study of privacy risk undertaken by the IAPP in collaboration with KPMG.
This report explores the state of AI governance in organizations and its overlap with privacy management.
The IAPP’s US State Privacy Legislation Tracker consists of proposed and enacted comprehensive state privacy bills from across the U.S.
Access all reports and surveys published by the IAPP.
On this topic page, you can find the IAPP’s collection of coverage, analysis and resources covering AI connections to the privacy space.
IAPP members can get up-to-date information here on the California Consumer Privacy Act and the California Privacy Rights Act.
The IAPP's EU General Data Protection Regulation page collects the guidance, analysis, tools and resources you need to make sure you're meeting your obligations.
Join top experts for practical discussions of issues and solutions for data protection in Germany.Privacy. Security. Risk. (P.S.R.)
P.S.R. 2023 is the place to find speakers, workshops and networking focused on the intersection of privacy and technology.AI Governance Global, an IAPP event
A new, must-see event for business leaders, tech and privacy pros who work with AI to learn about practical AI governance, accountability, fairness testing and more.Europe Data Protection Congress
Europe’s top experts offer pragmatic insights into the evolving landscape and share knowledge on best practices for your data protection operation.IAPP ANZ Summit
Gain exclusive insights about how privacy affects business in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.Data Protection Intensive: UK
Explore the full range of U.K. data protection issues, from global policy to daily operational details.Global Privacy Summit
Expand your network and expertise at the world’s top privacy event featuring A-list keynotes and high-profile experts.Canada Privacy Symposium
Leaders from across the country’s privacy field deliver insights, discuss trends, offer predictions and share best practices.Speak at an IAPP Event
View our open calls and submission instructions.Sponsor an Event
Increase visibility for your organization — check out sponsorship opportunities today.
When you earn a CIPP/C, you show that you have an understanding and application of Canadian information privacy laws, principles and practices at the federal, provincial and territorial levels.
A CIPP/C credential ensures you share common knowledge and understanding with your colleagues in related practice areas, including information security, marketing, IT, compliance and product development.
We regularly update our programs to stay current with major privacy topics. So you know you’re ahead of the competition when it comes to the latest developments in the field.
The CIPP/C body of knowledge outlines all the concepts and topics that you need to know to become certified. It also has an exam blueprint that gives you an idea of how many questions from each topic area you can expect on the exam. These documents, as well as additional certification resources, can be found here.
We strongly encourage all potential test takers to read our Certification Candidate Handbook before testing for details on our testing policies and procedures.
Here are our top five reasons why IAPP certification and training are sure to advance your organization.