General Information

Method of payment: You can make payment by check, wire transfer, Mastercard, Visa, American Express or Discover. Please email us for wire transfer information.

Registration policy: Registration fees represent the cost of a single pass per person. Sorry, no sharing passes.

Cancellation policy: Registration fees are not refundable but are transferable to a person in the same company, pending IAPP approval. No refunds if you cancel or don’t show up. Your completed registration form, online registration and email confirmation constitute a binding agreement between two parties.

Conduct at IAPP events: The IAPP is dedicated to making our meetings and events safe places for all. We do not tolerate harassment of any kind. We insist that all participants at IAPP events—whether attendees, staff, speakers, exhibitors or sponsors—demonstrate respect and courtesy to all. This includes refraining from inappropriate language, comments and behavior, in person or by electronic communications (such as social media).

Anyone who has experienced improper behaviour in violation of this policy is encouraged to report it immediately to IAPP event staff. IAPP staff members are trained to elevate such issues immediately. Alternate methods of reporting issues include emailing IAPP President & CEO J. Trevor Hughes at jthughes@iapp.org, or contacting a member of the IAPP Board of Directors. The IAPP reserves the right to rescind registration or attendance at any IAPP event at any time for violations of this policy.

Tax deductibility: Training expenses, including your registration fee, travel, lodging and meals, may be tax deductible if they’re for maintaining or improving your professional skills. Consult your tax advisor. IAPP Federal Tax ID 23-3048008.

Photography/video: Please be aware that the IAPP will be taking photographs and video in public areas of the conference (session rooms, exhibit halls, etc.). We may use such media in marketing materials, educational products and publications. Your image and the sound of your voice may be recorded on audio or video tape. If you are identified during the recording, or identify yourself by name, that information may be included in our materials. Recordings may be edited, copied, exhibited, published or distributed.

Please note: The views and opinions expressed in program sessions are those of the speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the IAPP.