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Canadian Privacy Summit 2017

Tuesday May 2 - Wednesday May 3 2017 BMO Financial Group Institute for Learning Toronto, Ontario

Featured Speakers

Photo of Jennifer Stoddart Jennifer Stoddart
Regulator Advisor
Nymity Inc.
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            Duane Hay Duane Hay
Director, Systems Engineering
Symantec Canada
Photo of Erika Brown Lee Erika Brown Lee
Senior Vice-President and Assistant General Counsel
Mastercard
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            Kevin Chan Kevin Chan
Head of Public Policy, Canada
Facebook Canada
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            Chantal Bernier Chantal Bernier
Counsel
Dentons Canada LLP
 Photo of Burns MacDonald Burns MacDonald
Director, Global Cyber Security Group
CGI Information Systems and Management Consultants
 Photo of Della Shea Della Shea
Vice-President, Data Governance and Chief Privacy Officer
Symcor Inc.
 Photo of Cameron Davidson-Pilon Cameron Davidson-Pilon
Director, Merchant Optimizations and Algorithms
Shopify Inc.
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            Dr. Ann Cavoukian Dr. Ann Cavoukian
Executive Director of the Privacy and Big Data Institute
Ryerson University
 Photo of Dr. Éloïse Gratton Dr. Éloïse Gratton
Partner and National Co-Leader, Privacy and Data Security
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Summit Overview

This Summit is designed for top experts and key stakeholders in the technology and privacy communities, and across diverse sectors in Canada, to assess the latest developments and build solutions for Canada. Stakeholders will share their experiences and best practices to provide decision makers with innovative solutions.

Participants at this event will be technology experts, policy and decision makers including Chief Analytics Officers, Chief Marketing Officers, Chief Data Officers, Chief Data Scientists, tech innovators, and public and private sector privacy leaders.

What Can You Expect?

The Summit will explore the solutions to privacy challenges in Canada and will include discussions on:

  • Strategic Direction for Innovation, Technology and Privacy in Canada
  • Mobility—Biometrics and Access
  • The Role of the Chief Privacy Officer and the ATIP Officer 
  • Social Contract for Transparency in the Public and Private Sector
  • Realizing Meaningful Privacy and the Internet of Things
  • Privacy and the Relationship Between Data Scientists and Privacy Officers

Key Takeaways

As a Summit participant, your insights will contribute to a report that will:

  • Shape future decisions on privacy
  • Inform the development and implementation of current and upcoming national policies
  • Influence key policy decision makers on next steps

Sponsors

We’d like to thank our generous sponsors for their contribution to this event.

Symcor Inc. logo

MasterCard logo


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Canadian Marketing Association logo


Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP logo


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Marketing Partner

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Travel Partner

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The details of this event are subject to change. Please revisit this page periodically for updated information.

Full Agenda Available!

The full agenda for this event is now available.

Canadian Privacy Summit 2016 Summary Report

Image of Sponsorship coverThis report provides information and insights on stakeholder positions concerning the legislative environment for privacy and data, and other emerging privacy issues, as expressed at the Canadian Privacy Summit 2016.


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Sponsor this Event!

Associate your brand with the solutions, and position your organization as a leader in its field. Connect with your top prospects, and collaborate with senior executives, practitioners, and thought leaders.

To learn more about exclusive sponsor benefits, please contact Andrew Pender at 1-866-711-2262 ext. 467 or by e-mail.

View Our Sponsors’ Websites

Symcor Inc.
Mastercard
Symantec Corp. (Canada)
Canadian Marketing Association
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Baker McKenzie

Marketing Partner

Risk Wise Inc.

Travel Partner

VIA Rail Canada Inc.