Recent news releases and resources for members of the media
The IAPP welcomes media coverage of our newsworthy conferences. IAPP conferences offer reporters stories from high-profile speakers as well as current trends and issues related to privacy and data security. IAPP programming is generally open to the media unless otherwise noted.
The IAPP provides complimentary media/industry analyst credentials and assists reporters/analysts with information in advance of the conference. Note that these credentials are only available to reporters who are formally affiliated with established media outlets and to industry analysts employed by a recognized firm.
The IAPP can also connect reporters with privacy professionals who are experts on the latest privacy trends and issues. Media may request to speak with any one of our expert contacts.
IAPP in the News
In-House Counsel Go to Privacy Boot Camp, June 19, 2013, Corporate Counsel
Differing Views on Privacy Shape Europe’s Response to U.S. Surveillance Program, June 14, 2013, The New York Times
Big Brother may not be watching, but your employer probably is, May 16, 2013, Today
Our Internet privacy is at risk—but not dead (yet), April 22, 2013, InfoWorld
The 5 Biggest Online Privacy Threats of 2013, April 8, 2013, PC World
Privacy issues at top of Edith Ramirez’s Federal Trade Commission agenda, March 11, 2013, Politico
New FTC chief vows online privacy push, March 8, 2013, The Hill
Trevor Hughes on Privacy (video), January 30, 2013, Law Technology News
Most recent releases:
AvePoint and IAPP Expand its Privacy Impact Assessment Solution to Address the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act at the IAPP Asia Privacy Forum (April 1, 2014)
The AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment System helps organizations understand and automate the process of evaluating, assessing, and reporting on the privacy implications of their enterprise IT systems.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill Honored with International Association of Privacy Professionals 2014 Privacy Leadership Award (March 7, 2014)
Today the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) announced the recipient for the 2014 Privacy Leadership Award, U.S. Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill. Commissioner Brill was recognized for her work to protect consumers in the information age by both driving public discussions and developing practical solutions designed to enhance consumer trust.
AvePoint and International Association of Privacy Professionals Launch New Privacy Impact Assessment Solution (March 6, 2014)
The AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment solution helps organizations understand and automate the process of evaluating, assessing, and reporting on the privacy implications of their enterprise IT systems.
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