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The world’s most prestigious privacy conference

Every year the Summit gets bigger and better, and the IAPP’s Summit 2023 will be no exception. This highly anticipated, four-day event attracts professionals from all over the globe to connect and learn about the latest developments in privacy and data protection. Get ready for high-profile speakers, exceptional session content and ample opportunities to expand your network when the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023 returns in April.

Register before Dec. 16 for up to $150 off and keep checking back here for exciting keynote announcements and additions to the program coming soon.

Why you should attend

Summit is the place to get critical analysis and perspectives on important topics from the who’s who of privacy. Thousands of professionals return year after year to find solutions to privacy challenges, learn new skills and best practices, and gain insights to advance their privacy operations. From technology and advertising to international data flows, sessions cater to all levels of privacy experience and interests so it’s the ideal event to bring the whole team.








Expert Speakers




Start strong on Active Learning Day


      • Understand privacy topics in greater depth during a collaborative, roundtable-style workshop format on the day before the main conference. These extended sessions incorporate audience participation to deliver practical education.
  • Best value! Bundle Active Learning Day and the main conference with the Conference Plus+ Pass (3-Day).

Outstanding session content with a global reach

Stay tuned! The full program is coming December 2022. Below are some critical topics you can expect to see on the upcoming program schedule.

    • International data transfers.
    • Privacy operations management.
    • Online advertising.
    • Data breach/loss.
    • Diversity & inclusion.
    • Privacy metrics.
    • Global legislative updates.
    • Health care privacy.
    • Global privacy program management.
    • Security operations management.
    • Artificial intelligence and machine learning.
    • Children’s privacy.

Valuable connections and an incredible community

  • Connect with mentors, peers, service providers and even top regulators at a variety of functions at and around the main event.
  • The in-person conference experience is brought to life by IAPP networking events. Privacy pros are an exceptional crowd, and in the conference environment everyone is in the mindset to collaborate.


    • The Summit’s annual artist-in-residence program features a commissioned work based on the theme of privacy or data. This year, we are honored to have Ryan and Rachel Adams from Portland, ME. The couple will be working together to create a unique piece of art for the IAPP collection. They both specialize in bright bold patterns and typography that is often disguised to relay a deeper message.



  • The Summit is returning to the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. and Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
  • For 2023, we have reconfigured the venue space to ensure safe and comfortable access.
  • Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.
    901 Massachusetts Ave. NW
    Washington, D.C. 20001
    +1 202.824.9200
  • Walter E. Washington Convention Center
    801 L Street NW
    Washington, D.C. 20001
    +1 202.249.3000

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