Did you know there’s an International Association of Privacy Professionals? Until a few months ago, I didn’t either.
And, next week, I’m honored to be meeting IAPP’s members here in Chicago at the Practical Privacy Series. On June 7, I’ll be speaking on a panel presenting in the financial services track. This may be one of my more interesting social media speaking assignments.
Thanks to Beth Marshall, CIPP/US, Marketing Director at Zurich NA for inviting me to join an impressive group of financial services industry professionals. Interested or thinking of attending? Register for IAPP Practical Privacy Series in Chicago by Friday June 1.
Here’s more information about the event and our session.IAPP Practical Privacy Series Conference
“In the financial services arena, concerns surrounding managing and protecting data are numerous, including an evolving regulatory landscape, merger and acquisition logistics and expense concerns. So, what’s a privacy professional to do? Join this practical program to hear from industry leaders, take part in the discussion and share your own perspectives, and access hands-on tools for assessing and improving your privacy program.
With the Practical Privacy Series, it’s never been easier to get the education you need to build your skills, learn best practices and lead your organization’s privacy program.
No matter what your experience level is, you’ll benefit from our intensive, day-long training in the following programs: Data Breach, Financial Services, and—all-new this year—Marketing and Advertising. The programs are offered over two days and will be available in Chicago in June and in New York City this fall, so you choose the subjects that relate to your work and the city most convenient to you, giving you the most value for your training dollars.”
Check out the IAPP Practical Privacy Series speakers. Here’s our session description. Thanks so much to Beth for organizing and the other panelists for welcoming me into the privacy world.
Privacy Considerations in the Online and Mobile Space: Mobile Payments, Behavioral Advertising and Social Media
A panel of professionals will dig into the ways businesses, especially financial services companies, are using mobile payments to meet their customers’ growing demands, the benefits and potential pitfalls of behavioral advertising and tracking and how social media can be used to reinforce and expand the reach of your message for sales and servicing.
Dan Burks, CIPP/US, Chief Privacy Officer/Director of Vendor Risk Management, U.S. Bank
Richard O’Brien, President & CEO, Payment Pathways
Michael O’Neil, Partner, DLA Piper LLP (US)
Barbara Rozgonyi, Principal, CoryWest Media
At the conference, attendees will receive my social media privacy tips and resources for financial services handout.
What questions do you have about privacy, social media and financial services?