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Call for Proposals Is Open.

Speak at ANZ Summit and help attendees through a crucial phase of data privacy.

From legislations emerging around the globe to the vulnerabilities brought on by the pandemic, ANZ Summit 2021 may become our most important Australian-New Zealand privacy event to date.

The IAPP seeks privacy pros with hands-on experience in emerging data privacy trends to lead attendees through operational best practices and thought-provoking discussions on current and impending data protection challenges and solutions. Your fresh perspectives and unique viewpoints on trending topics will be shared with hundreds of professionals from across Australia, New Zealand and the world.

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The call for proposals closes 13 June.

The format of ANZ Summit 2021 is currently an in-person event, but we are actively monitoring circumstances surrounding COVID-19. Please know your submission is valued. The IAPP will plan accordingly in developing virtual programming and other flexible opportunities if we are unable to host the event due to circumstances beyond our control.

Speaking Has Its Benefits
Seize the opportunity to give back to the community and share your expertise. You will also:

  • Identify yourself as a thought-leader in the data protection community.
  • Gain exposure with the world’s largest privacy association.
  • Elevate the profession by sharing your knowledge.

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Global Insights for Local Operations.

The best practices in data protection for the region and beyond.

The IAPP ANZ Summit delivers education and instruction to help navigate the current privacy and data protection issues in Australia and New Zealand.

More than 300 privacy professionals convene to hear expert speakers discuss local and regional trends and regulations. Breakout session topics offer practical advice, best practices and span regulatory and corporate-level concerns, including how to make privacy your operation’s competitive edge.

ANZ Summit attendees learn a more holistic approach to privacy and make valuable new connections through the IAPP community.

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Keynote Speakers to Expand Your Perspective

Hear from extraordinary speakers who will educate, provoke, disarm and entertain.

From cultural figures, authors and academics to privacy’s thought-leaders and top-level regulators, such as John Edwards, Privacy Commissioner of New Zealand and Angelene Falk, Australian Information Commissioner. ANZ Summit speakers will expand your vision of what the privacy profession means for the world.

 

Outstanding Session Content With a Global Reach

  • Consumer privacy.
  • Law and policy regional deep-dives.
  • Regulatory developments.
  • Operations management.
  • Privacy-enhancing tech.
  • Policy and governance.
  • Ethics.
  • Data breach.
  • GDPR enforcement.

Unmatched Experts, Regulators and Practitioners Like Yourself

An incredible community is what makes IAPP events a cut above.

Year after year, ANZ Summit regulars rave about the diversity of opportunities to dial in and find their crowd.

 

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IAPP COVID-19 Precautions

The IAPP is actively monitoring the developments surrounding COVID-19 as the safety for attendees and staff are our highest priority. At this time, the ANZ Summit is proceeding as planned. If anything changes warranting a re-evaluation, we assure you we will immediately assess, address and respond to the new situation. We encourage attendees to monitor the World Health Organization website and CDC website for information and review WHO’s Travel Advice before traveling. We also recommend reviewing WHO’s advice for the public.

The IAPP will work with the conference venue to take extra safety precautions as needed. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your upcoming trip, please contact us.

Sponsors and exhibitors: please reach out to sales@iapp.org with questions or concerns.

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