IAPP Canada is a community for Canadian privacy professionals to exchange ideas and enrich their knowledge. IAPP Canada serves as a resource for the Canadian privacy community by providing services, education, networking opportunities and conferences tailored to the unique challenges and needs of Canadian professionals.
The 2011 IAPP Canada Privacy Professional’s Role, Function and Salary Survey report offers insight on the characteristics, responsibilities and salaries of public- and private-sector privacy professionals.View the survey now.
The Canada Dashboard Digest is a weekly compilation of privacy news exclusive to Canada. An outgrowth of the IAPP Daily Dashboard, this free weekly resource delivers the top privacy stories straight to your desktop every Friday.Subscribe now.
Canadian Advisory Board Board members represent the foremost sectors of the privacy industry. Their expertise ranges from the financial industry and healthcare to government and IT. View the Advisory Board now.
The IAPP offers the first national certification in privacy and data protection for Canadian professionals—the Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C). Be recognized for your knowledge of Canadian privacy principles and practices, and demonstrate your value to your organization and to the marketplace. Find out how to get your CIPP/C certification.
May 7–9, Toronto, ON
Save the date! Registration for the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium 2014 opens in January. Privacy practitioners and regulators from across the country will gather for three days of education, certification and networking events, including the ever-popular Privacy Soiree. Missed out this year? Visit the Symposium page for a recap and to see the media coverage from this exciting event.
Among our most popular programs, KnowledgeNets are a valuable opportunity to network with your peers while hearing topical and timely presentations from subject matter experts. KnowledgeNet Canada meetings are held regularly in major cities throughout the country. Find a KnowledgeNet near you.