Posts Tagged ‘IAPP’

10 Smart Grid Consumer-to-Utility Privacy Concerns; Are There More?

Friday, September 25th, 2009

I have had the great opportunity to participate in the NIST Smart Grid privacy standards group since July…


January 28 is International Data Privacy Day

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Did you know that International Data Privacy Day is fast approaching? On Monday, January 28 the United States joins 27 European countries to celebrate Data Privacy Day 2008. “The day will feature several efforts to promote the importance of data protection, including a meeting at Duke University among European and U.S. privacy experts.


Microsoft’s Charney Agrees That Information Security and Privacy Pros Must Work Together

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

Yesterday (Wednesday) was the final day of the IAPP Privacy Academy, and it was a great conference for me! I have been preaching about information security and privacy collaboration within a 2-day training seminar over the past 2 years, so it is good to finally start hearing others recognize and promote the need for information security and privacy practitioners to work together.


Training Info Sec and Privacy For Incident Response; Many Issues Overlap

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

It has been great talking in-depth about privacy issues over the past two days here at the IAPP Privacy Academy.
We had a great turnout for the pre-conference seminar; the room was filled to the 60-person capacity. It was good to hear the concerns and common practices of the diverse organizations for how they are providing privacy training and awareness.


Helping Privacy Pros Deliver Effective Privacy Training and Awareness

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

Today I am co-delivering training with 4 other privacy education pros at the IAPP Privacy Academy pre-conference seminar, “Training 360¬∞: How to Educate the Enterprise.”