Mark Your Calendar:
The Series Returns December 7–8

This year, the Practical Privacy Series will return to Washington, DC, with its rapid, intensive education that arms you with the knowledge you need to excel on the job.

We’re programming some stunningly good sessions right now—we can’t wait to share them with you! Full details and registration coming in September.

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Location, Location, Location

The Practical Privacy Series 2016 will take place at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC. Situated in the center of DC, the trade center is convenient to both public transportation and the city’s top attractions.

What’s the Series All About? See the 2015 Highlights.

View a clip from our FTC and Consumer Privacy program:

Extraordinary Keynotes Featured in 2015

Data Breach

Sebastien Gay

Lecturer and Research Associate, University of Chicago Department of Economics

Financial Services

Michelle Frasher

Non-resident Visiting Scholar, European Union Center, University of Illinois

FTC and Consumer Privacy

Andrea Peterson

Tech Reporter, Washington Post

Government

 

Lyn Rahilly

Privacy Officer, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Intensive Discussion of Today’s Leading Issues

We explored research on the real business impact of a data breach and how companies attempt to blunt it through the use of tactical media.

IT and privacy experts in the financial services sector joined together to talk about access control, shedding some light on how to both protect data and use it to its fullest potential.

An all-star panel explored the regulatory perspectives on Safe Harbor and offered guidance on what to do now, and what to expect in the short and long term.

We discussed the increasingly tech-savvy FTC and how their new focus on tech might impact future enforcement activities.

Jessica Rich, the director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection, reflected on the agency’s major enforcement actions in 2015 and shared what to look for in the coming year.

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Other Conferences

September 22–23
London

The IAPP GDPR Comprehensive programs in Brussels and New York were so successful that we’re bringing this intensive education to even more cities worldwide. Registration for our London event opens June 20.

22–23 September
London

We’ll be in London for a two-day, deep dive into the GDPR with the most informed faculty in the world. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain the knowledge you’ll need to be compliant. Register now to save during Early Bird!