2024 call for proposals is now closed

Thank you for your submissions. We are hard at work, reviewing proposals and preparing for Asia Privacy Forum 2024 this summer in Singapore. This year’s Forum will feature regulators and other privacy and data protection experts discussing the latest news, updates and best practices in regard to AI, the China Personal Information Protection Law, cross-border data transfers and more. If you were unable to join us in 2023, you can see a summary of the conference below to get a better idea of how you can enhance your knowledge and your network this year.

Mark your calendar now for 17-18 July and be sure to secure your seat as soon as registration opens in April.

Registration: Opens in mid-April

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Staying ahead of the evolving world of privacy in Asia

We were joined by hundreds of privacy professionals in 2023 for our biggest IAPP Asia Privacy Forum yet. The Forum brought together the industry’s most forward-thinking leaders, from regulators and legislators to privacy officers and executives. Speakers shared their regional perspectives on global privacy issues and discussed the most pressing topics affecting privacy in Asia today, including privacy concerns with the use of artificial intelligence and the developing field of data ethics.

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Sessions provided a chance to learn operational practices and recommendations for further developing a privacy operation. Attendees gained insight on the evolving regulations landscape in China, India, Thailand and across the region, as well as an understanding of operating in today’s multinational environment and managing cross-border data flows.

We were proud to announce the IAPP Vanguard Award winner for Asia at the Forum: Lanx Goh, the global head of privacy at Prudential. The Vanguard Awards honor privacy professionals from five geographical regions whose pioneering work is helping to shape the future of privacy and data protection.

Lively discussions and networking activities brought the privacy community in Asia together. We hope to see you for next year’s IAPP Asia Privacy Forum.

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2023 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.

 

Malavika Jayaram

Executive Director, Digital Asia Hub; Faculty Associate, Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University

Malavika Jayaram’s career has spanned the globe, sitting at the intersection of law and technology, and her work leading the Digital Asia Hub explores the opportunities and challenges related to digital technology, innovation and society in Asia.

 
 

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