A New IAPP Section for an Emerging Field

The inaugural forum of the IAPP’s new Privacy Engineering Section was a big hit—practical and engaging, with a strong, diverse attendance. Designed to engage and support the emerging field of privacy engineering, the new section’s debut event explored at length how to define the privacy engineer, the needs of the role, and what it could look like in an organization. We welcomed on-the-ground privacy engineers, students, and privacy pros from across the IAPP community, and hit the ground running with an info-packed day and valuable networking. We’re pumped!

Stay tuned—we are excited to announce more programming as the Advisory Board builds out the new section’s first year.

Read the dispatch in our Privacy Tech blog from the IAPP’s Jed Bracy, CIPP/E, CIPP/US: What is a privacy engineer?

Learn about the Privacy Engineering Section.

 

 

 

Many thanks to OneTrust for sponsoring the debut event.

The Advisory Board

This forum was designed by the IAPP Privacy Engineering Section Advisory Board, comprised of academics, government and industry experts in privacy engineering and technology. As the new Privacy Engineering Section develops, the Board will provide strategic input and drive content for all its programs and activities. See all advisory boards.

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