It Was a Record-Breaking Year
With more delegates than ever before, Symposium 2015 did not disappoint.
Emerging technologies? Healthcare privacy? International developments? Operational privacy? Whatever issues attendees were facing, this year’s program addressed them in spades—and offered a look at big-picture data privacy.
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- Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien outlined his priorities, which include work on government surveillance, biometrics and the “economics of personal information.”
- Wearable computing innovator Steve Mann delivered a very thought-provoking keynote address.
- The first regional breakout of the IAPP biennial Privacy Professionals Salary Survey was released.
President, Konnekt Digital Engagement
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Toronto
Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Consultant, Former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta
“Great selection of speakers. Great venue. Great topics. It couldn’t have been better.”
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