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September Spotlight: IAPP Privacy Security Risk; Changing Role of the CPO

August 31, 2016

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IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016

September 13-16

San Jose

San Jose is home to the upcoming IAPP Privacy.Security.Risk (P.S.R.) conference once again. The conference brings together attendees from privacy, technology and security backgrounds to focus on today’s innovations and challenges of data protection. TRUSTe will be participating in different ways throughout the conference:

Come say hello at Booth #8 and demo new exciting products and services, including Privacy Shield compliance offerings.

Stop by Tanq Lounge at the Marriott on Wednesday, Sept 14 from 7-9pm (limited space, must be a conference attendee) to visit with fellow attendees.

Hear from TRUSTe’s Josh Harris, Director of Policy, TRUSTe alongside representatives from IBM, Information Integrity Solutions and the Department of Commerce on “APEC Privacy Framework and CBPRs: Ready for the Spotlight” on Friday, Sept 16 – 9:30am.

> Register here

 

Changing Role of the CPO in Today’s Privacy Ecosystem

September 22 – 9.00am – 10.00am PT

Online Webinar

The Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) is now center stage with responsibility for driving an important strategic agenda within the enterprise. Recent IAPP research claimed there would need to be 28,000 more Data Protection Officers in Europe to meet the new GDPR requirements.

This webinar will provide insight into changing role of the CPO by examining questions such as:

  1. What will this new role look like?
  2. How will these new requirements impact the qualities, experience and responsibilities of the CPO within the enterprise?
  3. What do you need to do to make sure you’re ready to be a CPO in the new privacy landscape?

Join this webinar to hear from Hilary Wandall, General Counsel at TRUSTe and other current CPOs on how their roles have changed and what they see as they future need as well as industry experts who will talk about the tools, training and experience essential for success.

> Register here

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