Do you have a good idea that is worth sharing? Or, maybe you’ve recently undergone a particularly difficult privacy-related challenge and think that others could benefit from knowing and learning about your experience. Maybe you just have some jokes to tell and want an audience (I’m thinking of Constantine at Nymity, here).
Well, now's your opportunity to step up and put in a proposal to speak at next year’s IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium. The call for submissions is open through Nov. 20, but my advice is not to wait till the last minute.
From these proposals, our Canadian Advisory Board will select the best sessions and then work with the presenters to get everything ready for next May. I’m guaranteeing that it will be the best and biggest Symposium ever, and that’s partially why we’ve started working on it so early. But to truly make it the best and biggest ever — and you've heard me before say that this is your conference — also means getting your input and ideas. We look forward to seeing those submissions start streaming in!
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