Held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada this conference is a must attend for those working on the transformation of the public and private sectors into the 4th generation digital economy. Presented by the Office of the CIO, Ministry of Citizens’ Services, Province of British Columbia, this three-day conference, is recognized as one of the top tier events in North America. Anyone working in the information privacy and security fields will benefit from the speakers, discussions and networking at the conference. Attendees are from every level both within government and private industry. The conference draws an international audience of some 1,000 delegates with an interest in cutting edge policy, programs, law, research and technologies aimed at the protection of privacy and security.
MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF CONSENT & COMPLIANCE
Computer-based patient record systems combined with increased government regulations have created a need for healthcare organizations to look at consent, compliance, confidentiality and security as a systematic, ongoing program. This workshop will provide a detailed overview of the risk management and operational issues associated with privacy compliance.
- Differences and distinctions between different types of consent
- Special consent scenarios and implied consent
- Identifying risks related to improper privacy management
- Establishing an effective privacy management program
- Adopting best privacy practices for effective risk management
- Monitoring, auditing and reporting privacy practice
"The Chang School’s one-day Executive Seminar on Privacy and Big Data is designed for executives and senior managers who are responsible for their organization’s data privacy. The objective of the seminar is to help participants understand how, as executives and senior managers, they play an essential role in creating an organization that proactively and effectively manages data privacy, particularly in the era of big data and the emerging Internet of Things.
Black Belt Privacy - Applying Proven Business Process Improvement Techniques to your Privacy Program
A half day workshop for the Ontario Access, Privacy, Security and Records Management Forum 2013
on applying continuous improvement techniques to existing privacy programs.