The Canadian Institutes Meeting Your Privacy Obligations
|Event Date/Time: May 12, 2010||End Date/Time: May 13, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 14, 2010|
It seems that every week, we read about data breaches involving personal information: laptops going astray, systems hacked, jump drives lost, identities stolen, and the list goes on. Maintaining the privacy of personal information has become an integral part of every organizationâ€™s risk management and data security protocols.
For more than a decade, The Canadian Instituteâ€™s Privacy conferences have been a trusted source of up-to-date, reliable and practical information and guidance for privacy officers and their advisors.
For 2010, weâ€™ve included a number of cutting-edge sessions that will give you insight into emerging issues in privacy, as well as the outstanding regulatory and case-law updates you have come to expect. Sessions will include:
Frank Work, Q.C., Albertaâ€™s Information & Privacy Commissioner, on his provinces important recent amendments to PIPA, as well as the top cases his office has handled this year
Important developments in the US and the EU that will be critical to multinationals, outsourcers, online businesses and anyone who moves data globally
An explanation of what auditors are now expecting from chief privacy officers under new standards
Privacy in social networking
Understanding the privacy implications of todayâ€™s marketing methods, including online behavioural tracking and youth marketing
And much more!
This year, for the first time, this conference will be available via webcast.
Back by popular demand is our interactive workshop on May 11, 2010: The Nuts & Bolts of Privacy Compliance in Canada.