On Thursday, April 6, Kristal Allen will speak at the National Privacy & Data Governance Congress in Calgary on the topic of “Privacy at the Border.”
Privacy at the Border: Fact or Fable
Technology has shrunk our world, and it is now commonplace to cross borders just to attend a meeting or event. Our information crosses international borders even more frequently.
What happens to privacy when we travel with a smart phone, tablet or laptop? Do we have to give up device passwords? Is our camera subject to scrutiny? What can happen if we refuse? And what about meeting our obligations to safeguard personal privacy, protect lawyer/client privilege and maintain doctor/patient confidentiality when border authorities scour our devices?
This important session will include practical guidance about what participants can expect when they leave and enter Canada when it comes to information they might be carrying on their smart phones or other devices.
National Privacy & Data Governance Congress
Hosted by the Privacy and Access Council of Canada (PACC)
April 5-7, 2017
Carriage House Inn (9030 Macleod Trail South in Calgary, Alberta)
Join other professionals from industry, government and academia concerned about privacy, access, security, compliance and data governance within their organizations.
Discussion topics include:
- Privacy Impact Assessment Fundamentals
- Managing a Data Breach
- Privacy Guidance for Small & Medium Businesses
- Crafting Clear Cloud Computing Contracts
- GDPR and the Death of Privacy Shield
- Urgent Privacy Challenges in the Internet of Things
- Digital Privacy at the Border
The congress has been approved for continuing professional development credits by the Saskatchewan Law Society, IAPP and other professional and industry associations.
Read more: pacc-ccap.ca/congress
To reserve your place to attend, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 746-7222.
The Privacy and Access Council of Canada is Canada’s non-profit, non-partisan, non-governmental association dedicated to privacy and access to information across both public sector and private sectors. PACC provides members with networking, education and professional development opportunities related to access, privacy, data governance and compliance. PACC is also the certifying body representing leadership and excellence in information privacy, access to information and data governance.