Privacy Calendar: 2024 upcoming online and in-person events

06/02/2024 | Freevacy & Partners

PrivacyCalendar (beta) is a feature where you will find details of upcoming online and in-person events such as webinars, round table events, panel discussions, exhibitions, and trade shows from leading industry bodies and organisations. If you miss the live broadcast of online events, many are available to stream on demand.

We will continue to update this page throughout the year.  recently posted events will be highlighted in yellow.

Note: See the event summary for the registration link. 

Event summary
120524 Conference
IRMS The annual IRMS Conference 
This year's event is being held between 12-14 May at DoubleTree Hilton, Brighton Metropole is the go-to event in the information management calendar, bringing together 400 practitioners, compliance managers, senior executives and others from a range of organisations across all industry sectors in the UK and beyond. This year's theme: Tides of Change - Surviving in a Sea of Information.
120324 Conference GRC World Form PrivSec London
A two-day event taking place between 12 and 13 March at the Park Plaza, Riverbank in London. PrivSec London will feature thought leaders, industry experts and senior professionals from world-renowned companies sharing their knowledge, case studies and experience - and providing insightful, actionable content to an audience of end-user professionals. 
280224 Conference
IAPP IAPP Data Protection Intensive (DPI UK) 2024
A two-day event for IAPP members on 28-29 February at ETC.Venues 133 Houndsditch in London. This year's DPIUK programme features keynote speakers, including Information Commission John Edwards, along with breakout sessions and workshops diving into data protection laws, regulations, technology, and operational practices. 
230224 Conference
IRMS Roadshow Midlands Event in Birmingham
The one-day session features a number of sessions on Information Rights: The Global Challenge.  
150224 Webinar IAPP Pay or OK: Practical considerations for adtech and beyond
In considering the impact Meta's tiered subscription (pay or OK) model will have on the ad tech industry, IAPP Research and Insights Director Joe Jones will host a LinkedIn Live session to discuss practical concerns advertisers should understand under the new paradigm. Joining Jones will be Criteo Vice President for Government Affairs and Public Policy Nathalie Laneret and Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, Head of International Department Tobias Judin. 
080224 Webinar IAPP Pay or OK: Practical considerations for adtech and beyond
Recent litigation, regulatory enforcement, and changing industry practices have shifted paradigms for advertising technology as well as the supply and consumption of digital content more broadly. Consent as a legal basis for personalized advertising and the parameters of what constitutes lawful consent are in the spotlight, along with the appropriateness of alternative business models, such as charging subscription fees or relying on contextual advertising. Join IAPP Research and Insights Director Joe Jones as he moderates a discussion with Criteo Vice President, Government Affairs and Public Policy Nathalie Laneret, and Norwegian data protection authority Datatilsynet, Head of International Tobias Judin to dive into recent developments impacting adtech and digital content, what it all means for privacy professionals and what to look out for.
060224 Conference
IRMS IRMS Roadshow North Event in Manchester
The one-day session features sessions on Digital approaches to data breaches and SARs, The impact of AI within Records Management and Supporting IG for long-term records within 365 and a panel discussion on the impact of AI within Records
290124 Webinar IAPP Breaking down the EU Artificial Intelligence Act
Join the IAPP on 29 January to pick over the latest text and what's in the act. Ashley Casovan will moderate a discussion with Cornelia Kutterer (Considerati, Université Grenoble Alpes(, Isabelle Roccia (IAPP), and Kai Zenner (European Parliament). What changes are there between this version and previous versions? What major requirements do you need to know about, and how should organizations prepare?
250124 Webinar IAPP The EDPB report on DPOs: What you need to know
Join the IAPP on 25 January to unpack the 2023 coordinated enforcement action report from the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) addressing the designation and position of Data Protection Officers (DPOs). IAPP Managing Director, Europe, Isabelle Roccia, will host Sam Wrigley, Senior Officer at the Office of the Finnish Data Protection Ombudsman, as he walks us through the report’s findings and possible next steps for organisations and data protection authorities (DPAs). 
Upcoming changes to UK data protection law
Join Dr Chris Pounder from Amberhawk for a discussion on the new data-sharing rules under the DPDI Bill, followed by Ibrahim Hasan of Act Now Training with a talk on the proposed changes to the UK GDPR.
220124 Webinar
IAPP Data Privacy Day and 2024 Predictions
Celebrate International Data Protection Day with the IAPP to discuss the future of data protection and privacy in 2024. IAPP President and CEO J. Trevor Hughes will be joined by Travis LeBlanc (Cooley), Caroline Louveaux (Mastercard) and Christina Montgomery (IBM) 
170124 Webinar
IAPP Research & insights: Priorities & predictions for privacy and AI governance
Join IAPP Research and Insights Director Joe Jones for a conversation with members of the IAPP Research and Insights Team and IAPP AI Governance Center Managing Director Ashley Casovan as they share their top areas of focus for 2024 across privacy and artificial intelligence governance. 
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