Stay ahead of the evolving world of privacy in Asia

Join us in Singapore this July for Asia’s premier event in privacy. The IAPP Asia Privacy Forum 2023 brings together expert speakers to share critical knowledge on global privacy and regional perspectives.

Asia Privacy Forum 2023 provides insights from the industry’s most forward-thinking leaders, from regulators and legislators to privacy officers and executives. Speakers will share best operational practices and recommendations for further developing your own privacy operation. You will gain a deeper understanding of the evolving regulations landscape in China, India, Thailand and across the region, as well as an awareness of global developments. The Forum will also help you stay informed about critical topics affecting privacy in Asia, including privacy concerns in AI, the developing field of data ethics, managing cross-border data flows and complying with Chinese regulations as a multinational company.

Expect lively discussions and opportunities to network and exchange best practices with other privacy leaders in Asia, so you can leave with practical advice you can begin implementing right away.

The Forum is operating in conjunction with Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Week 2023, held by the Personal Data Protection Commission. PDP Week begins with its flagship seminar, followed by two days of the Asia Privacy Forum, and a suite of workshops and deep dive sessions. The week will provide insight into the latest developments in data technologies and how accountable practices can promote business growth.

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Keynote speakers

Simon Chesterman

David Marshall Professor, Vice Provost, National University of Singapore

In his book, “We, the Robots?” Simon Chesterman explores the question of not just whether we should regulate artificial intelligence, but if we even can.

Lew Chuen Hong

Commissioner, Personal Data Protection Commission Singapore

Lew Chuen Hong will share his views on the administration and enforcement of the Personal Data Protection Act, as well as Singapore’s capacity to further facilitate accountable business growth and innovation in the digital economy.

John Henry D. Naga

Privacy Commissioner and Chair, National Privacy Commission of the Philippines

Tasked with monitoring and ensuring compliance with international standards set for data protection, Commissioner John Henry D. Naga looks to safeguard the rights of the data subject while allowing for the free flow of information to support innovation, growth and national development.


Conference venue

Located in Singapore’s central business district with stunning views of the city. Be sure to take advantage of its world-class exhibition, shopping, dining and entertainment facilities.

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