HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Awards

 

The HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Awards recognize  winners in three categories: large organization,  small organization  and technology.

Self-nominations are welcome. In addition, the IAPP encourages media, privacy experts, technology enthusiasts and other thought leaders in privacy, security and data protection to submit their nominations.

There is no fee to enter. The entire program is underwritten by HP, the award sponsor.

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Award Criteria
Judging
Schedule


Award Criteria

Large organization (more than 5,000 employees) and small organization (fewer than 5,000 employees) categories:

The IAPP defines an innovative privacy program as one that is implemented by an organization for the purpose of safeguarding the privacy of consumer, citizen, supplier and/or employee data. It can cross divisions within a business unit, cost center, agency or department. It need not be a “public campaign” but also can be an internal organizational plan, assessment, process, program or any combination of thereof.

The judging committee will be asked to rank each entry on a scale of 1–5 (1=weak, 5=strong) for a series of criteria, including, but not limited to:

  • Depth of adoption
  • Thought, leadership and integration
  • Revenue and profitability enhancement
  • Enhanced competitiveness
  • Proportion of customers impacted
  • Return on investment

Technological innovation category:

The IAPP defines an innovative privacy technology as a product or service that also serves to safeguard the privacy of consumer, supplier and/or employee data. It can cross divisions within a cost center or business unit. It need not be a public technology, but also can be an internal organizational rollout.

The judging committee will be asked to rank each entry on a scale of 1–5 (1=weak, 5=strong) for a series of criteria, including, but not limited to:

  • Level of innovation
  • Breadth of adoption
  • Revenue and profitability enhancement
  • Proportion of customers impacted

Judging

The HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Awards are judged each year by a different panel of privacy experts representing a variety of industries, sectors and geographies. The judges are IAPP members and serve on a volunteer basis at the invitation of the IAPP.

To ensure complete objectivity in the process, judges will not be involved in reviewing or judging applications from their own organization.


Schedule

The next nomination period will open in May. Please e-mail any questions to awards@privacyassociation.org.

Public relations efforts by the winning organization in connection with the award are encouraged. However, all PR efforts must be coordinated with the IAPP. The IAPP makes every effort to inform the winning entries of their status prior to the awards presentation.