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May Event Spotlight: IAPP Canada, GDPR – DPIA & Data Breach Requirements Webinar & #CyberAware On Your Summer Travel Twitter Chat 

May 04, 2017

UN Global Pulse and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Present: Building a Strong Privacy and Data Ethics Program – From Theory to Practice
May 4
New York
The meeting will focus on how to implement privacy and data ethics in international organizations, and on how to access public-private sector data for use in humanitarian and development contexts.
Four topics will be discussed during the day by experts from UN, public and private sector, namely:

  1. Privacy on the Ground: Managing Personal Data in Organizations;
  2. Ethics and a Rights Based Approach to Data: From Principles to Institutions;
  3. Privacy and Data Protection Frameworks: The Regulatory and Policy-making Perspective;
  4. Access to Data for Public Good: Mechanisms and Schemes for Sharing Data for Humanitarian and Development Causes.

TRUSTe’s Hilary Wandall will be presenting on “Privacy on the Ground: Managing Personal Data and Privacy Risks in Organizations”.
> Learn more here

 

IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium 2017
May 17-18
Toronto, Canada
With so many critical privacy issues facing you this year and so much uncertainty on the international horizon, Symposium could not be happening at a better time.
Stop by TRUSTe booth #9 to say hi and learn about TRUSTe’s GDPR Implementation Solution.
> Register here

 

GDPR: DPIA & Data Breach Requirements – Assessing Individual Harm
May 23 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am PST
Online Webinar
Through this webinar, you will learn:

  • What is required when and if a data breach occurs
  • Requirements for conducting DPIAs
  • Best practices for creating DPIA templates
  • How to create sustainable DPIA processes

> Register here

 

#ChatSTC Twitter Chat: Online Safety on the Go – Be #CyberAware On Your Summer Travel
May 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Online Twitter Chat
With warm weather and a holiday weekend right around the corner, you may be thinking about a summer getaway. Whether you’re planning a family trip, attending an out-of-town wedding or taking an exotic getaway, you’re likely to use your connected devices for pre-travel planning, while you’re on the road and when you return. It’s important to keep cybersecurity and privacy in mind while navigating your summer travel plans. Join @STOPTHNKCONNECT for a Twitter chat that will discuss steps you can take to protect yourself, your devices and your information and enjoy a safe, stress-free summer escape.

Moderator: STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ (@STOPTHNKCONNECT)

Guests: CSID (@CSIdentity); Dashlane (@dashlane); Family Online Safety Institute (@FOSI); Generali Global Assistance North America (@GGA_NA); Get Cyber Safe (@GetCyberSafe); Herjavec Group (@herjavecgroup); Higher Education Information Security Council (@HEISCouncil); Hueya (@hueyainc); iKeepSafe (@iKeepSafe); LastPass (@LastPass); Secure Ideas (@secureideas); Security Awareness Company (@SecAwareCo); Sticky Password (@stickypassword); TRUSTe (@TRUSTe); National Cyber Security Alliance (@StaySafeOnline), additional guests TBD
Use #ChatSTC to join!

DON’T FORGET: Register for the upcoming Privacy Risk Summit! Seats are limited. Visit the event page for more information.

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