2023 Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity Symposium
This Fall DLA Piper Canada will host the final two sessions of its inaugural Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity Symposium.
We recognize that navigating the intricate and constantly evolving web of data protection, privacy and cybersecurity issues is critical to your business. Topics in this inaugural symposium are designed to help you manage the complex security and privacy challenges of today.
Taking place throughout September and October, the final symposium sessions will cover topics on global privacy law and key updates in cybersecurity including best practices and cyber breaches.
Global Privacy Law — Impact on Canadian Organizations
Thursday, September 21 from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. PT
Presented by: Andrew Dyson | Carol Umhoefer | Tyson Gratton
This session will provide an overview of the material privacy compliance risks and issues clients should be looking out for in the global marketplace from both a cross-border and Canadian perspective.
Cybersecurity — Best practices and key updates
Thursday, October 5 from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. PT
Presented by: Kate Lucente | Keri Bennett | Dina Maxwell (PwC)
This session will discuss the intricacies of cyber breach incidents, which will offer valuable insights into effective incident management strategies, best practices for breach reporting, and the latest trends in cyber breach litigation.
Register for these sessions here.
The Spring symposium sessions, which took place throughout May and June, drew high attendance rates and positive feedback. These sessions covered employee monitoring and other critical privacy issues in the workplace, key data management issues and case law updates, Quebec’s Bill 64 and AI in Canada. You can access the previous sessions below:
Employee Monitoring and Other Critical Privacy Issues*
*This session was held in conjunction with the 2023 Employment and Labour Law Spring Update
Access to Information Update – Key Data Management Issues and Case Law Updates
Quebec Bill 64 – Are You Ready for Implementation?
AI In Canada