This is your community.
This is your IAPP.
This is YOUR YEAR for the Summit.
See this special message from CEO J. Trevor Hughes on why 2018 is the year to be a part of the IAPP Global Privacy Summit.
Trusted. Proven. The Summit is where the worldwide privacy profession gathers annually—from DPAs and top regulators to newly minted privacy pros. We invite you to join us in Washington, D.C., this March. 2018 promises to be a landmark year in privacy. Make sure you’re a part of it.
Stellar Keynotes Break the Mold
Social Activist, Writer, Public Speaker
Photography Credit: Damon Winter/The New York Times/Redux. Addressing such topics as survival, resilience, digital reputation and equality, Lewinsky will share firsthand perspective on private shame as a very public and in-demand online commodity.
Writer, Broadcaster, Journalist, Documentary Filmmaker
A humorist, sci-fi author, and journalist, Ronson tapped into the anxieties of social media with “So You've Been Publicly Shamed,” and now investigates the way the internet is changing everything from digital marketing to the adult entertainment industry.
Professor, Columbia University; Contributing Editor, Financial Times
To look forward, we must know the past. Such is Simon Schama's specialty, diving into the history of culture to better understand the here and now.
MEP, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
All eyes will be on MEP Sippel as she serves as rapporteur for the EU's new ePrivacy Regulation, which some have described as potentially more consequential than the GDPR.
Roll Up Your Sleeves for Active Learning
Let’s get down to business. On Active Learning Day, get ready for hands-on, practical, round-table-style workshops targeting the privacy challenges facing your organization.
Mix and match from a variety of topics to customize your own Active Learning Day.
A Rich and Dynamic Program
More than 70 educational breakout sessions run the data protection gamut, from practical instruction to thinking outside the box, and plenty on the GDPR.
Focusing on facial recognition, iris scans, fingerprints and voice recognition, we’ll discuss the privacy and security implications of biometric technologies and how they’re likely to impact the commercial user experience.
Straight from the DOJ: Two long-time, leading Department of Justice officials discuss a range of current criminal and national security surveillance issues and the privacy considerations behind them.
Gain a fuller understanding of personal data handling with guidance from the thought leaders of Interactive Advertising Europe’s GDPR Implementation Working Group.
Will Sears uses the visual chaos of deconstructed and rearranged signage, found materials, and painted elements to comment on the overwhelming nature of contemporary visual culture. His thoughtful compositions and restrained color palette are evidence of his desire to break up the daily barrage of sensory input and find beauty in the outcome.
A Variety of Networking Options
It’s about connections. Year after year, Summit regulars rave about the diversity of opportunities to dial in and find their crowd. Find yours at these events-within-the-event.
We’re thrilled to return to D.C. at the Washington Marriott Marquis and Walter E. Washington Convention Center, and we can’t wait to see you there.