Another Successful GDPR Comprehensive.

With our superior programme and first-in-class faculty, of course our IAPP GDPR Comprehensive 2016 was a tremendous success. London delegates spent two full days with world-recognised experts taking a guided tour of this sweeping legislation that’s sure to change how the world treats data protection.

The GDPR requires that many organisations appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and, as you likely heard at the conference, we estimate that more than 75,000 will be required in the coming months.

What’s the best way to become a qualified DPO? The combination of the IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E) and the Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM).

DPO Ready  Learn more now about how you can become DPO Ready. 

Other Conferences

Conference 12-13 February 

Paris to host IAPP multi-language conference in February.

Join data protection professionals from across Europe for two days of concentrated learning, sharing, and networking at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: France 2019 in Paris on 12-13 February.

Paris accueillera une conférence en plusieurs langues de l’IAPP au mois de février.

Rejoignez les professionnels de la protection des données venus de toute l’Europe pendant deux journées intensives d’apprentissage, de partage et de réseautage à l’occasion de la conférence IAPP Data Protection Intensive : France 2019 à Paris les 12 et 13 février.

Certification Training April 30-May 1
Active Learning May 1
Conference May 2-3
Washington, DC

The world’s premier privacy and data protection conference focuses on international topics, policy and strategy. Recognized as a leading forum for discussion, the Summit features expert speakers and top regulators, and delivers unmatched education and networking opportunities.

Certification Training May 21-22
Workshops May 22
Conference May 23-24

The premier event in Canadian privacy, the Symposium features top regulators and thought leaders for intensive education and lively discussion on ever-emerging data privacy issues affecting your organization—today and in the future.