Privacy. Security. Risk. (P.S.R.) is coming to San Diego this year, bringing you the best of security and privacy in one brilliant conference. We can't wait to announce the program in June...and if you can't wait either, don't! Early registration for the workshops and main conference will open in May.
Shape our events.
Shape your career.
It’s no secret that the IAPP hosts the world’s premier privacy conferences. And do you know what makes them a cut above the rest? You.
We’re always on the lookout for engaging speakers to share their privacy expertise and give back to the community. The topics you submit help shape our program and deliver the most up to date and pertinent content at each event. Delivering high-quality education is critical to our success. If you’re a dynamic speaker who can inform, inspire and leave attendees wanting more, then we encourage you to submit a speaking proposal.
View the open Call for Proposals
Speaking Has Its Benefits
Well, besides the opportunity to give back to the community, share your expertise: you’ll also:
- Gain exposure at the world’s leading privacy conferences
- Elevate the privacy profession by sharing your knowledge and expertise
- Receive a complimentary pass to attend the conference, and much more
We make the process easy for you!
Tips for getting accepted,
Have questions? Feel free to contact Events Content and Speaker Manager, Rick Habib.
Once you submit, you’ll see a confirmation that we’ve received your proposal. Now sit back and relax while the submissions are reviewed. You will be contacted when the review process is complete. That’s it!
So, how about it?
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Your source for European policy debate, multi-level strategic thinking and thought-provoking discussion. The Call for Speakers is now open! Accepting session proposals until March 19.