|5th Annual Data Privacy Conference USA
||19 September 2023||Washington, D.C., USA|
|45th Global Privacy Assembly||15-23 October 2023||Bermuda|
|IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2023
||5-6 October 2023||San Diego, CA, USA|
|ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS)||26-30 November 2023||Copenhagen, Denmark|
For previous conferences & workshops, please see Past Events.
IEEE Future Tech Forum: Digital Privacy Expectations in the Era of Digital Health Roundtable
During this special event moderated by Stefano Zanero, a panel of subject matter experts, including Agata Ferretti, Berrin Serdar, and Jenifer Shahan, explored the impact and ethical considerations of privacy as it pertains to the collection and storage of digital health data.
IEEE Virtual Panel on Electrical Vehicle (EV) Charging Data
In the first session of this 2-part series moderated by Linda M. Zeger, founder and principal consultant of Auroral LLC, a panel of experts discuss what types of data are collected during EV charging and for what purpose, where the data is sent and used, how it is used, and what additional data is combined with the vehicle charging data.
IEEE Educational Activities: Data Privacy Series LinkedIn Live
In this LinkedIn Live event, a panel of subject matter experts discuss what we can expect may be a result of the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“ANPR”) on commercial surveillance and data security. Attendees will also be introduced to the IEEE | IAPP Data Privacy Engineering Collection, which delivers the most critical training, resources, and content for engineers and technology professionals tasked with understanding, maintaining, and protecting data privacy.
In this LinkedIn Live event, IEEE and the IAPP discuss how privacy regulations have brought big changes to the technical engineering landscape, and specifically resulted in the creation of the role of Privacy Engineer. Dr. Gurvinder Tejay from the IEEE Digital Privacy Initiative will lead a discussion with Byron Johnson and Janelle Hsia of the IAPP about the changes we saw in 2021, what we’re seeing now in 2022, and predictions for the future as they relate to the professionals tasked with creating the products and services of the digital economy. The collaboration between IAPP and IEEE is a powerful meeting of the leading voices in engineering and privacy. Since these two disciplines are now meeting in the data economy, this conversation will be a great jumping off point for technical engineering professionals and product developers interested in understanding how privacy regulations are transforming the way they need to do their jobs.
IEEE Digital Privacy Workshop
This workshop brought together thought leaders to define, scope, and discuss common interests in the area of digital privacy for potential future collaboration. Distinguished speakers included Ann Cavoukian, Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre; Malcolm Harkins, Epiphany Systems; and Calli Schroeder, EPIC. Several IEEE Societies and Councils also shared their perspective of digital privacy and why it is important to their community. Come join us as we explore how IEEE can best add to the discussion on digital privacy.
IEEE Future Tech Forum: Digital Privacy Roundtable
The Digital Privacy Roundtable was a special virtual event moderated by IEEE Digital Privacy Chair Chris Gorog that focused on the importance of Digital Privacy and the future of Privacy and Big Data in our connected world. Keynote Russell Harrison explores the Digital Privacy Landscape from a regulatory and policy perspective, and a panel of experts provide a brief view of their interest and concerns for Digital Privacy relating to their unique scope.