The IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019 Conference provides an innovative program agenda designed to bring together the major stakeholders in enterprise data privacy initiatives. In fact, IAPP leads the way by bringing together professionals in data privacy, compliance, data management, and information security. Data privacy is no longer just the purview of a single individual or a side-focus of the corporate counsel. Multiple cross-functional stakeholders need to work closely together for an effective data privacy program.

We are excited to see how IAPP has developed an agenda and training program that brings the best of data privacy policy management and information security together in a conference for the first time. 

Below are recommendations from our team to help you get the most out of IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019 in Las Vegas September 22-25. 

Please note that IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019 is loaded with high-value content and sessions.  We want to share just some of the key areas we are excited about. Please make sure to review the entire program agenda to find the best sessions that meet your needs. 

The IAPP Privacy Security Risk 2019 Schedule and Program is available here.

1. Training and Workshop Sessions

IAPP does a great job supporting their members with training and high-value content.  IAPP Privacy. Security Risk. 2019 event continues this tradition by providing as much training and content as possible in 4 jampacked days.  There are training and workshops that cover a range of topics that should interest data privacy and security pros including CCPA, policy strategy, data privacy and technology, privacy engineering and data breach response. 

We are excited to see three themes that are increasingly important.  Privacy in Technology, Building a Global Privacy Program and Managing Privacy Risk for the Enterprise are three training sessions that address relevant data privacy issues.  IAPP has developed training and workshop sessions at an extra cost to attendees. But these sessions all seem like good investments based on the topics and the session leaders.

2. Women Leading Privacy and Security Meet-Up and Networking

This networking session is Tuesday, September 24th. This session will provide networking where attendees can share advice and experiences on how to succeed in data privacy and information security.

3. CCPA – Excellent Sessions Scheduled

IAPP PSR 2019 offers several sessions on CCPA to help attendees understand what’s coming and what’s required to achieve and maintain CCPA compliance. We expect CCPA sessions to be popular with the January 2020 compliance deadline fast approaching.  

We want to highlight these three CCPA sessions:

  • CCPA and Its Progeny: States Take Control While Congress Weighs a Broad New Law presented by Sarah Boot, Privacy Counsel California Chamber of Commerce, D. Reed Freeman, CIPP/US, Co-chair, Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice Group, WilmerHale and Jim Halpert, Partner with DLA Pipe. 
  • California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018: Action Items for Companies Worldwide presented by Lothar Determann, Partner, Baker McKenzie.  Mr. Determann is arguably the leading expert on CPPA and has written, consulted, and lectured on the subject extensively. 
  • CCPA and Beyond: Manage Breach Notification Obligations in a Changing Landscape presented by Douglas Kruger, Vice President with RADAR. 

4. Varsity Level Keynote Speakers

IAPP has recruited an impressive group of keynote speakers who will cover a range of data privacy, technology, and security topics.  Tom Wheeler, former FCC Chairman and author and AI researcher Janelle Shane are sure to provide unique insights. Kashmir Hill with The New York Times will provide attendees with entertaining insights on the state of data privacy based on her immersive reporting style and experiences. 

5. Real-World Insights on Scaling Your Data Privacy Program

On September 24, our very own Nick Brandreth will moderate a panel of IT security, privacy, and data management experts on how they developed and implemented their complex data privacy programs.  Execs from Zscaler, SAP Concur, and T-Mobile will share their insights. 

Disclosure: This session is sponsored by Integris Software.

6. Sessions on Data Subject Rights Requests

There are two compelling sessions on Data Subject Rights Requests. DSR is a core requirement of several data privacy regulations, including CCPA and GDPR.  These sessions should provide valuable insights:

Demystifying the DSR Process: Handling Difficult Data Subject Rights Requests presented by executives from Coin-base, McAfee, and PIP Consulting. 

Handling Data Rights Requests in the Workplace presented by executives from Workday, Fieldfisher, and Arista Networks.


IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk 2019 will provide a strong program for all attendees and help them get a good start to 2020.  There are intensive training sessions and workshops, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities for anyone involved in data privacy, security and risk management policies.  The team from Integris is looking forward to a great event. Please make sure to visit us at our booth and learn about our data privacy automation solution. We are excited to learn how you are approaching data privacy and security with your organization.

Integris Software is proud to sponsor IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019.  Please visit us at booth #209.