This year’s Global Privacy Summit will also mark the launch of the IAPP’s brand-new Privacy Engineering Section Forum. Taking place March 29, the forum will bring together tech-focused privacy pros for an information-packed half-day of targeted programming and networking. Omer Tene, the IAPP’s chief knowledge officer, said, “Privacy and data protection touch every organizational process, from product architecture and design through sales and marketing to corporate ethics and legal compliance. The new section will expand the IAPP’s mission of defining, supporting and improving the privacy profession globally, into a new field.” Additionally, the IAPP is currently seeking a seasoned professional with knowledge and experience in privacy engineering to fill a new Westin Senior Research Fellow in Privacy Engineering role.
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