At the beginning of this month, more than 4,000 privacy professionals from around the globe gathered in Washington, D.C. for the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Global Privacy Summit 2019. The conference focused on lessons learned from the first year of GDPR enforcement in Europe, the expansion of European-style rights to more jurisdictions around the world, plans for addressing new obligations imposed by the CCPA in California, and the future of privacy law in the United States including whether federal legislature is likely or desired – especially in light of the CCPA and similar proposed legislation in states throughout the nation. READ MORE
Last month, privacy and security professionals from around the world gathered in Washington, D.C. for the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Global Privacy Summit 2016. The conference focused on the new perspectives in privacy that welcome (back) the human element, the increasing role of governmental regulators in establishing and enforcing security and privacy practices, and new EU-centered developments in privacy that will likely have long lasting impacts through the industry.
We were there to take it all in, and offer these five key areas of emphasis and takeaways.
Earlier this month, privacy and security professionals from around the globe gathered for “Privacy. Security. Risk. 2015”—the second joint conference between the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the Cloud Security Alliance Congress (CSA). Over four days, the conference focused on the evolving interplay between data privacy and security, and featured keynote speeches by leading security blogger Brian Krebs and data privacy and technology journalist Adam Tanner, as well as a highly anticipated panel featuring two top Washington, D.C., consumer protection enforcers: the Federal Trade Commission’s Jessica Rich and the Federal Communications Commission’s Travis LeBlanc.
We were there to take it all in, and offer these seven key takeaways.