If you’re serious about practical learning in privacy, access and security and want to join speakers, delegates and thought leaders with shared interests on privacy that you can apply in your own environment right away make sure to check out this exciting interview with Sharon Polsky right now!
Privacy and Access Council of Canada offers a congress where delegates have a realistic opportunity to attend the sessions of interest. Plenaries and breakout sessions are longer than usual , and formal remarks are shorter, leaving time for speakers and delegates to engage in genuine conversation. And we ask speakers to offer practical guidance borne of their experience (not just theoretical advice or historical reviews) that delegates can put to work in their own organizations.
Learn, share and network at the 2016 National Privacy & Data Governance Congress. Join industry experts, risk management professionals, thought leaders and regulatory authorities to explore critical connections between privacy, access, security and compliance.
Join speakers, delegates and thought leaders with shared interests in privacy, access and security.Colleagues from public and private institutions, federal, provincial and territorial governments, industry, academia and regulatory authorities will meet in a relaxed setting to enjoy workshop, breakout, keynote and plenary sessions.
Congress 2016 takes a refreshingly practical approach. Breakout sessions are longer than at most conferences, but formal presentations are shorter. Speakers offer practical examples and case studies, but are discouraged from using PowerPoint or similar tools (or distractions).
Continuing Education Credits applicable to PACC Professional Certification, and may qualify for CPD credits from other organizations as well.
Who should attend the Privacy and Data Governance Congress?
access and disclosure administrators
human resources manager
healthcare administrators, health information management
medical ethicists and genetics
Sharon Polsky, MAPP
Sharon Polsky is president of AMINA Corp. and a Privacy by Design Ambassador with more than 30 years’ experience advising corporations, governments and organizations about privacy and access implications and unintended consequences of emerging laws, technologies and global trends. She is also president of thePrivacy and Access Council of Canada, the nonpartisan national non‑profit association of privacy and access professionals in Canada’s private and public sectors.
For more information, see: http://informationmanagers.ca/privacy-and-data-governance-congress/