2019 IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium
Are you planning to attend this year's IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium in Toronto?
Our team will be there in full force, exhibiting, speaking, and hosting an after-hours networking opportunity to make the most of this event. Visit booth 200 for live demonstrations of RADAR and how we simplify compliance with global data breach notification laws.
Below are a number of ways to engage with the RADAR team while at this event! Let us know you'd like to schedule a meeting for a more formal one-on-one overview of RADAR. Email email@example.com to schedule time.
Thursday, May 23 at 8:00 PM, following the Privacy Soiree
Join us at The Rec Room's Upper Hall for drinks, appetizers and great conversation after the first day of learning sessions!
Jumping into the Breach
Thursday, May 23 from 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM in Room 104B
In this session, attendees will learn about recent and emerging regulatory developments and trends. They will also leave armed with new strategies and metrics to simplify, manage, and measure the effectiveness of their incident response programs, including keeping up with ever-changing regulations, conducting effective multifactor risk assessments, planning for and responding to data breaches, and efficiently reporting to individuals, regulators, and business associates.
- Neva DePalma, General Counsel, Privacy Officer, VP, Customer Success, RADAR
- Joe Fish, Director, Global Breach and Regulatory Services, Equifax
- Constantine Karbaliotis, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, Director, PwC
How to Build a Global Data Incident Management Program
Thursday, May 23 from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM in room 104A
In today’s global market, many organizations collect and maintain data from multiple geographies, resulting in a patchwork of compliance requirements for even a limited data event. Organizations must find efficient ways to handle data incidents according to strict breach risk assessment requirements and notification timelines. In this session, privacy program management experts will discuss simplifying and operationalizing critical privacy program functions to help ensure compliance with existing and emerging regulations. These functions include creating data inventories, conducting risk assessments, managing policies, providing transparency, and planning for and responding to data breaches.
Margaret Alston, CIPP/C, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, Director of Consulting, TrustArc
Travis Cannon, Director of Marketing Development and Partnerships, RADAR