Data protection’s premier European event returns to Brussels in 2021

The IAPP is excited to welcome you back to Brussels for the Congress 2021. We are currently preparing an exceptional programme full of high-level speakers addressing crucial topics from their unique perspectives. Get ready for deeper conversations and networking with like-minded delegates that make our in-person events so special.

Stay ahead of the latest challenges in privacy and data protection across European economies and throughout the world.

The 2021 programme is filled with essential content to support your organisation through one of privacy’s biggest years:

  • Four full days of programming cover a spectrum of regional challenges and international solutions.
  • Keynote presentations by regulatory and strategic thought-leaders and influential voices in European data protection.
  • Networking events to help you make valuable connections within the global privacy community.
  • Critical topics such as transborder data flow, privacy in the pandemic, ‘Schrems II,’ policy and governance, GDPR enforcement, mergers and acquisitions.

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