On Thursday, May 16, lawyer Kristél Kriel will join a panel of speakers on “Current Issues in Access to Information: The Art and Science of Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Legislation.”
The session, which is part of a larger conference on information sharing and privacy, will be moderated by Chantelle Probe, Access and Privacy Branch, Ministry of Justice, Government of Saskatchewan. Joining Kristél on the panel is Ronald J. Kruzeniski, Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner, along with lawyer Robert Affleck and legal policy analyst Courtenay Phillips.
This conference, hosted by the Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA) and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice, runs from May 15-16 and provides insights in developing connections between the information sharing and privacy disciplines and addresses associated challenges that occur in rapidly changing public, private and non-profit sector organizations.
Speakers and presenters at this conference will share insights and expertise related to access, privacy, security and information/records management challenges that affect the daily operations of organizations across different sectors. The content is tailored to address common issues industry professionals face such as access to information, protection of privacy, information security and records management in organizations subject to FOIP, LAFOIP and HIPA.
May 15-16, 2019
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina
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About Kristél Kriel
Kristél is an associate practicing in the areas of privacy and freedom of information. She advises private and public organizations on interpretation, compliance, policy development, education and training. Kristél has also advised a number of organizations on provincial and federal freedom of information access requests, as well as reviews by the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner.