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Annual Update: Privacy and Cybersecurity Law and Practice
January 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Session by: Osgoode School of Law
Canadian privacy and cybersecurity laws are changing. Stay on top of updates in law and practice. Know the rules. Know your obligations.
It is a pivotal time for privacy and cybersecurity law in Canada. As a privacy professional, it is imperative that you keep up to date in this high stakes, ever-evolving field.
Over one intensive day, a leading faculty of industry and legal experts, will guide you through the “must-know” impending changes to Canadian privacy laws and regulations. You will also get immediately-applicable insights and practical strategies to competently manage today’s cybersecurity threat landscape.
Can’t make the live date? Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.
What You’ll Learn
Get fully briefed on the new laws, and other critical topics, including:
- Understand the changes to the privacy regulatory landscape in Canada, including:
- the latest on Bill C-27
- Bill C-26
- implementation of Quebec’s Bill 64
- Compliance strategies and tactics
- Ensuring compliance: how to update privacy clauses, policies and processes
- Explore the proposed AI legislation (AIDA)
- How to manage conflicting/competing interests in breach response
- Recent changes in cyber insurance
- Understanding privacy implications of digital ID
- Updates on U.S. privacy laws and their impact on the Canadian regulatory landscape
- Review and reflect on recent breaches and cases, including missteps and lessons learned
Who Should Attend
- Lawyers interested or advising on privacy, cybersecurity, IT/e-commerce law
- Government and regulatory counsel or representatives
- Privacy, information, security, and technology officers
- Compliance and risk management professionals
- Consultants in IT or privacy and cybersecurity
- Professionals in a managerial, executive or director position looking to increase their knowledge in privacy and cybersecurity