The National Cybersecurity Alliance’s second annual Data Privacy Week is January 22-28, 2023. Learn how you can participate in virtual events.
This week, the National Cybersecurity Alliance kicked off its second-annual Data Privacy Week campaign. Over the course of this week, the organization and its global partners will work together to create more awareness around personal data privacy and protection as well as how organizations can better protect the privacy of their customers.
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Whether you’re an individual who wants to understand and secure your personal data or you’re a business leader who wants to commit your organization to better data privacy and governance practices, the National Cybersecurity Alliance has produced many digital resources that could be helpful in your quest.
In particular, NCA and several of its partners are hosting Data Privacy Week virtual events where you can listen to data security experts, learn about today’s most pressing data privacy issues, and even share some of your own tips and advice.
Data Privacy Week virtual events and webinars
The events listed below are Data Privacy Week webinars and conversations hosted by the National Cybersecurity Alliance and its partners. Keep in mind that Data Privacy Week and Data Privacy Day are both widely recognized events in the data and security spaces, so other technology and security leaders may be hosting similar events.
Data: The Story of You
In this data privacy conversation designed specifically for individuals and families, attendees can learn about their personal data trail and how to better track and secure family data. LinkedIn’s head of privacy, Kalinda Raina, will be joined by Phil Weiser, Colorado’s attorney general, as well as leaders from ConnectSafely.org, Snap INC and Future of Privacy Forum.
More facts about Data: The Story of You can be found below:
- When: Tuesday, January 24, 2023 at 12 pm ET.
- Hosted by: National Cybersecurity Alliance and LinkedIn.
#PrivacyChat Twitter Chat
The National Cybersecurity Alliance will be hosting a live Twitter chat event through its Twitter account, @StaySafeOnline. Although this conversation will likely be geared more toward a business audience, consumers are also welcome to join and learn more about data privacy. Interested attendees and experts can share their own tips and advice while connecting with other data privacy experts.
More facts about the #PrivacyChat Twitter Chat can be found below:
- When: Wednesday, January 25, 2023 at 2 pm ET.
- Hosted by: @StaySafeOnline (National Cybersecurity Alliance) on Twitter.
Designing a Privacy-First World
Designing a Privacy-First World is a two-hour virtual webinar for organizations that want to incorporate optimized data privacy practices into their business and product design. Featured topics during this presentation focus on the globalization of privacy, privacy by design and the future of privacy engineering.
More facts about Designing a Privacy-First World can be found below:
- When: Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 2 pm ET.
- Hosted by: National Cybersecurity Alliance and LinkedIn.
- Featured speakers:
- Julie Brill, chief privacy officer and corporate vice president at Microsoft.
- Carl Fishkind, VP of data governance, privacy and protection at Optiv.
- Lara Kehoe Hoffan, former chief privacy officer at Netflix.
- Will Higginbothom, chief data privacy officer at IFC.
- Rita Heimes, general counsel and chief privacy officer at IAPP.
- Lorrie Cranor, director at Carnegie Mellon Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory.
- Souvik Ghosh, director of engineering, AI at LinkedIn.
- Nishant Bhajaria, director of privacy engineering, architecture and analytics at Uber.
The Future of Data Privacy and Security in the 118th Congress
This data privacy event, hosted by the R Street Institute, is both an in-person and virtual event for anyone who is interested in learning about current data privacy legislation and the direction the U.S. Congress is taking with future data privacy legislation and initiatives. More specifically, data privacy and security experts will weigh in on the need for a federal data privacy and security law. This conversation will include commentary from members of the congressional Consumer Protection & Commerce Subcommittee, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and the Center for Technology Innovation at The Brookings Institution.
More facts about this hybrid event can be found below:
- When: Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 4 pm ET.
- Where: CTA Innovation House, 21 D Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003; other interested remote attendees can watch the event live stream.
- Hosted by: R Street Institute.
Current and Future State of Data Privacy: Spotlight on Minors in 2023
This virtual event from PRIVO and expert guests focuses specifically on data privacy for children and how emerging global and local legislation might impact their privacy. Topics that will be covered include current regulations that protect children’s personal data, regulations that have recently passed and proposed legislation, and technologies for age assurance and verification. The PRIVO team will be joined by regulatory experts from the Federal Trade Commission, Venable and the United States Senate.
More facts about this event can be found below:
- When: Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 12 pm ET.
- Hosted by: PRIVO
What is Data Privacy Week?
Data Privacy Week is an annual initiative, first started by the National Cybersecurity Alliance in 2022. It is an extension of Data Privacy Day, an international awareness day that takes place each year on January 28th. With a newly-weeklong program of events, the National Cybersecurity Alliance and its partners have expanded the data privacy campaign to offer a variety of learning resources, virtual events, and ways for interested individuals and organizations to commit to better data privacy. In 2023, Data Privacy Week will be observed January 22-28.
About the National Cybersecurity Alliance
The National Cybersecurity Alliance is a nonprofit organization that focuses on data privacy awareness and hosts Data Privacy Week each year. Beyond its Data Privacy Week campaign, the organization hosts regular virtual events and educational opportunities on various cybersecurity and privacy topics. The organization partners closely with several government, industry and civil organizations in efforts to protect data privacy across sectors.
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