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IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023

April 2 - April 5

IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023

Date: April 2-5, 2023

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IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023

Every year the Summit gets bigger and better, and the IAPP’s Summit 2023 will be no exception. This highly anticipated, four-day event attracts professionals from all over the globe to connect and learn about the latest developments in privacy and data protection. Get ready for high-profile speakers, exceptional session content and ample opportunities to expand your network when the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023 returns in April.

Summit is the place to get critical analysis and perspectives on important topics from the who’s who of privacy. Thousands of professionals return year after year to find solutions to privacy challenges, learn new skills and best practices, and gain insights to advance their privacy operations. From technology and advertising to international data flows, sessions cater to all levels of privacy experience and interests so it’s the ideal event to bring the whole team.

Hear updates, insights and best practices on a range of topics. Explore breakout sessions on critical issues, such as:

  • International data transfers.
  • Privacy operations management.
  • Online advertising.
  • Data breach/loss.
  • Diversity & inclusion.
  • Privacy metrics.
  • Global legislative updates.
  • Health care privacy.
  • Global privacy program management.
  • Security operations management.
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning.
  • Children’s privacy.

Keynote Speakers

Dan Bouk

Associate Professor of History, Chair, Department of History, Colgate University

Historian Dan Bouk reads between the lines of the US census to uncover the human stories behind the data.

Danielle Citron

Jefferson Scholars Foundation Schenck Distinguished Professor in Law, Caddell and Chapman Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law; Vice President, Cyber Civil Rights Initiative

MacArthur fellow Danielle Citron investigates the price we pay as technology migrates deeper into every aspect of our lives, arguing that citizens, lawmakers and corporations have the power to create a new reality where privacy is valued and individuals are protected as they embrace what technology offers.

Trevor Noah


The author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” talks about finding identity, belonging and community while growing up in a world where he was never meant to exist in a segregated South Africa.

Nina Schick

Author, Entrepreneur, Advisor Specialising in Generative AI, Founder, Tamang Ventures

The practical reality of artificial intelligence is evolving into a synthetic future where media is manipulated or even wholly generated by AI. Nina Schick offers insight into how to navigate and understand the exponential technological changes of our age.

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Walter E. Washington Convention Center
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Washington, DC 20001 United States
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