The Global Privacy Summit 2019 will gather more than 3,600 professionals from around the world for an outstanding program with a truly global focus. Come to Washington, D.C., for up to four days of education, guidance, inspiration and connections that will spotlight the big picture of data protection.
The most-anticipated privacy event of the year will deliver breadth of content in a variety of formats, spaces and activities to accommodate your learning and networking style. From deep-dive training workshops to after-hours social gatherings, your solutions—and your people—await.
In the face of mounting complexity, the Summit 2019 will light the way ahead.
Keynotes Shed Light On the Big Picture
From 1985's 'The Handmaid's Tale' to 2015's 'The Heart Goes Last,' Atwood has been exploring the power and effects of surveillance for decades as one of literature's most prominent and important thinkers.
Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research; Founder and President, Data & Society
From examinations of how the internet is changing childhood to research on inequalities driven and ameliorated by technological developments, boyd has gleaned deep insight into how the networked world is changing society.
Best-Selling Author of 'Inheritance'
What happens when a DNA test makes an award-winning memoirist realize everything she thought she knew about her family was wrong? Another best-selling book about her search for her biological father.
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Commissioner, Data Protection Ireland
Chairwoman, European Data Protection Board; Director, Austrian Data Protection Authority
Data Protection in Times of Turbulence: GDPR, Brexit and the Court of Justice
Less than a year after the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the EU is undergoing unprecedented turbulence with Brexit hanging in the balance and highly anticipated fateful judicial decisions of the CJEU about the global data transfer regime. How has GDPR impacted European regulators? How is the cooperation and consistency mechanism working in practice? What do complaints, subject access requests and breach notifications look like in practice? How will the EU address the departure of one of its top three economies? What will the data regime look like between the U.K. and EU and between the U.K. and the rest of the world? In this keynote panel, Europe’s leading data protection regulators, including the Chair of the EDPB, the Data Protection Commissioner of Ireland, and the U.K.’s Information Commissioner, discuss GDPR enforcement a year on, Brexit and the future of cross-border data flows.
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.
Best value! Add Active Learning Day to your main conference registration with the Conference Plus+ Pass (3-Day).
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Outstanding Session Content With a Global Reach
Explore how the privacy debate is evolving in key economies around the world. We’ll discuss emerging global consensus on how to address issues such as territorial scope, the scope of personal data and legal grounds for processing.
How do companies address notice and transparency requirements, DSARs and restrictions on profiling and automated decision-making? How do they prevent algorithmic bias? Our panel will address risks and strategies for working with AI.
The world’s eyes have been opened to a new facet of democracy based on the leveraging of personal information. This session showcases best practices for international cooperation to confront global privacy crises.
Cell Phone Disco transforms the electromagnetic field of an active mobile phone into another frequency range—the range of visible light—making an invisible property of the environment perceptible to our senses. The installation reveals the communicating body of our mobile phones.
We are honored to feature Informationlab as our 2019 artist-in-residence. Each year, the Summit artist’s work is incorporated into theme, palette and design for the conference.
Unmatched Networking, Valuable Connections
An incredible community is what makes IAPP events a cut above.
Year after year, Summit regulars rave about the diversity of opportunities to dial in and find their crowd. Find yours at a variety of events-within-the-event.
The Ultimate Deep Dive: IAPP Section Forums
The IAPP’s Privacy Bar Section and Privacy Engineering Section are holding their next forums on Active Learning Day, May 1. Get into the details with other professionals in data protection law or privacy engineering at these highly specialized programs.
Certification Training April 30-May 1
Active Learning May 1
Conference May 2-3
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.
The Forum is the only conference that brings globally recognized IAPP programming to Asia. Top regulators and data protection professionals deliver world-class discussion and education on data protection trends and challenges in the Asia Pacific region and around the globe.