Meeting Your Obligations for Privacy Compliance

Venue: The Renaissance Hotel at Skydome

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jun 16, 2003 End Date/Time: Jun 17, 2003
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By January 1, 2004, nearly every business in Canada will be affected by privacy legislation, whether it is the federal PIPEDA or "substantially similar" provincial legislation. And, as recent news events have shown, failure to adequately protect your customers' or employees' personal information can have catastrophic consequences for your company's reputation. Canada has already seen the commencement of the first privacy class action.

Whether you are a provincially or federally regulated business, and whether you are just starting your privacy impact assessment or updating your privacy compliance program, this timely and practical Canadian Institute conference will give you crucial, up-to-the-minute information for designing and implementing privacy programs that both meet regulatory requirements and reduce the risk of penalties, damages and harm to your organization's reputation. Learn from privacy practitioners and industry leaders how to:
* Obtain proper consent and ensure privacy compliance on-line
* Work effectively with your IS department to implement privacy and security protection
* Direct market and use data and lists in compliance with privacy requirements
* Limit and handle privacy complaints in the workplace
* Protect customer or employee privacy in outsourcing arrangements

Delegates will also benefit from a comprehensive set of written materials prepared by our speakers for the conference, which will serve as a valuable resource long after the conference is over.

Understanding your legal obligations surrounding the collection, use and disclosure of personal information is one thing. Designing and implementing a compliance program that works throughout your organization is quite another!


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Additional Information

Who Should Attend: In-House Counsel Chief/Corporate Privacy Officers Compliance Officers VPs and Directors, Human Resources, Personnel and Industrial Relations VPs and Directors of Information Technology and Systems VPs and Directors of Marketing, Communications E-Business executives and officers Corporate Commercial Lawyers Privacy and Security Consultants