Global Privacy Summit 2019 Recap
The IAPP‘s Global Privacy Summit has been a “who’s who of privacy” for quite some time. This year was no exception. Over 3,600 people attended this year’s conference to learn and network with the nation’s best and brightest privacy professionals. To make matters even more exciting, IAPP reached 50,000 members worldwide.
What was discussed? Where does the future of privacy lie?
Our experts have boiled down all major discussions into some key takeaways.
All Eyes on the FTC
Privacy professionals are following what the FTC is doing – and anticipating next actions – regarding the regulation and enforcement of privacy practices
Hope from NIST
The draft Privacy Framework is here (by NIST) and the privacy community is placing a lot of hope on its application to manage privacy risk, similarly to the utilization of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)
PE Full Steam Ahead
Privacy Engineering continues to gain momentum as an important aspect of privacy practice in organizations, and the Summit held a valuable Focus Session to demonstrate how to invoke privacy controls in both the policy and technology stacks
New Regulations Await
Privacy regulations: the last few years were dominated by GDPR, everyone is tracking CCPA, and now privacy professionals are forecasting outcomes and impacts of the next series of state privacy regulations
Want to Learn more?
We’d like to offer a special thanks to Grant Thornton, FiscalNote, Future of Privacy Forum, and County of Santa Clara for co-hosting the Government After Hours event. We were lucky to speak with over 45 conference attendees. If you would like to hear more about the GPS conference, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org