Privacy is interwoven into every facet of today’s economy, but privacy professionals often are the lone wolf in their organization — walking the fine line of protecting customers and satisfying regulators, without stifling innovation and business objectives. Now, more than ever, privacy professionals need to come together to share challenges, get answers and improve their practices.
The Academy 2011 features all new educational programming designed to provide you with the best solutions to your toughest privacy challenges. With more than 60 sessions featuring operational programming and tools, the Academy is the place where the privacy profession converges for real answers and solutions. From two full tracks on cloud computing to enhanced networking opportunities and a new daylong Privacy Bootcamp preconference workshop, the Academy offers critical thinking and operational know-how to give you an edge in today’s market.
Hogan Lovells' Privacy and Information Management Practice Co-Chair Chris Wolf will speak at the breakout session titled Will There Be a “Privacy Bill of Rights” and If So, What Will It Mean?" on Thursday, September 15 from 1:15 pm -2:15 pm. Hogan Lovells' associate Mark Brennan will speak at the "Avoiding the Mobile App Traps" breakout session on Thursday, September 16 from 2:30 pm - 3:30pm.