Ashleigh Austin, Programming & Speaker Specialist, will be your main contact at IAPP during the event life cycle. Please reach out to Ashleigh if you have any questions.
Thank you for contributing to the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK.
To help ensure the success of your session, please see these important instructions.
Please visit the Location and Travel page for hotel options, plus travel and parking information.
Speaker Registration: You will automatically be awarded a complimentary pass to the event and registered as a speaker by IAPP staff. Conference pass is eligible for all programming and events happening on Wednesday and Thursday, 11-12 March. If you’re speaking on a workshop, your pass will also include Tuesday. If you would like to add a training, workshop or exam to your registration (additional cost), please contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dietary Accommodations: Should you require a special diet, please e-mail me, email@example.com, indicating your needs before Friday, 21 February.
DPI:UK 2020 Speaker Presentation Template: All speakers using a presentation must download and use the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2020 presentation template, found here.
Due now: Check the online schedule to see your session date and time.
Due now: Send us your headshot and a brief biography, if we do not already have this on file.
22 January, 15:00h GMT: Attend speaker orientation web conference. You will receive an invitation from me with additional details.
31 January: Deadline for initial planning call with co-panellists and chairperson.
31 January: Send draft presentations to your chair/speaker coordinator.
6 March: Send final presentation to your chair/speaker coordinator.
Additional Programming Information
Need to make a change to speakers, panellists or presentation content? It’s important to run it by us. Changes must be approved by IAPP to maintain the quality of our programme and keep our publications current. Please contact me immediately if you need to adjust.
Members of press associations affiliated with the IAPP event may report on presenters’ sessions and may even record sessions, and will be allowed to interview presenters. The IAPP may also record presenters’ images and voices for possible use in IAPP materials. Recordings may be edited, copied, exhibited, published or distributed. (Special exceptions may be made for speakers whose employers prohibit such recordings but only upon approval of the IAPP.)
Please review the Code of Conduct at IAPP events.
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