Cybersecurity is a growing concern affecting individuals, businesses, and governments. Used ethically and judiciously, technology promises endless possibilities to improve life and livelihoods. Otherwise, it risks undercutting privacy, freedoms, and democracy.
Join us in the heart of downtown Toronto from 8AM to Noon on Tuesday, 28 January 2020, to celebrate Data Privacy Day as expert speakers parse the implications of current technological and legal trends, as well as practical aspects of data privacy, protection, and governance.
8:00 — Registration & Refreshments
8:45 — Welcome — Eric Lawton MAPP, Director of Professional Certification, Privacy and Access Council of Canada
8:50 — Opening Remarks — Michael Slan, Managing Partner, Fogler Rubinoff LLP
9:00 — Never Give Up on Privacy and Security: The Time to Act is Now! — Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D., LL.D. (Hon.), M.S.M., Executive Director, Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre
9:45 — Our Data, Our Vote: How the Centre for Digital Rights is Holding Canada’s Political Parties Accountable for their Privacy Practices — Bill Hearn, Partner, Fogler Rubinoff LLP
10:00 — Refreshment Break
10:15 — Court-Ordered Surveillance in Canada — Sharon Polsky DPO BIS MAPP, President and CEO, Privacy and Access Council of Canada
10:45 — The Algorithm Ghetto — Edwin Black, award-winning, New York Times bestselling international investigative author and historian
11:45 — Closing Remarks — Eric Lawton MAPP, Director of Professional Certification, Privacy and Access Council of Canada
Because we can’t afford to let our privacy rights be an afterthought.
Location: 77 King Street West, Suite 3000 | Toronto ON