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Web Conference: Cookies and Tracking Around the World in Q3, 2021

Original broadcast date: 29 September 2021 The law and business environment around tracking online, in app and in IOT devices, such as TV is developing at a rapid rate, and keeping up with the compliance requirements in this evolving landscape is challenging. In this web conference, listen to a robust discussion with three global privacy law experts and a representative from France's regulatory agency for insight into what you need to know for your organization's potential response. Read More

Key Dates from US Comprehensive State Privacy Laws

The IAPP created a timeline of the key dates from the comprehensive data privacy laws in California, Virginia and Colorado. This tool is for informational purposes and is not legal advice. Particular dates and deadlines should always be verified. Read More

Web Conference: The Data Protection Sandbox: A Driver of Innovative Regulation

Original broadcast date: 9 September 2021 The challenges of the fourth industrial revolution and post-COVID-19 require new, innovative and digital regulatory tools and oversight. One such tool, the regulatory sandbox concept, has been gaining traction among data protection authorities, other regulators and policymakers from Asia to Europe. This panel examines different approaches to the regulatory sandbox and participants in the Singapore PDPC Policy Prototyping process as well as the UK ICO’s regulatory sandbox program details their experiences and the benefits of participating in the sandbox. A regulator from the PDPC discusses the benefits of administering such a program and how organizations can get involved in such initiatives in the future. Read More

Web Conference: From Data Compliance to Data Intelligence

Original broadcast date: 1 September 2021 As privacy programs have matured, their focus has shifted from tick-the-box compliance exercises to automated data intelligence. This trend has been driven by the increasing number and complexity of privacy laws, like the upcoming California Privacy Rights Act, as well as the continued emergence of good privacy practices and compliant data use as a competitive differentiator. Data intelligence takes privacy beyond the manually generated Article 30 report and the siloed privacy impact assessment to focus more on a deep understanding of personal data through data discovery & classification, automated identification of privacy risk and policy violations, and integrated enforcement of policies like retention, access and data minimization across the organization’s IT ecosystem. In this privacy education web conference, learn how you can take the first steps towards data intelligence and advance your privacy program to the next phase of automation and maturity. Read More

Transfer Impact Assessment Templates

Organizations around the world have begun conducting transfer impact assessments. The IAPP has published the following templates as one resource to assist privacy professionals in conducting TIAs, and welcome additional templates that can be shared with the privacy community. Read More