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Security v. Privacy
takes place one year after terrorism and technology converged with global repercussions. International corporations and governments have new mandates concerning heightened security even as they must balance those with increased demands for privacy in data collection and transactions.

If your company is engaged in cross-border e-commerce and global marketplaces, financial services, IT infrastructure, management consulting, privacy or security policy or standard-setting in these vital business and technology arenas, you need to attend Security v. Privacy.

Experts from security and privacy agencies, telecommunications, law and government will address the pressing and practical issues that you face doing virtually any Internet-based business today. Be part of the solution for your company and register now .

Important Note Regarding Continuing Legal Education

This event has been approved by:
  • Washington State Bar Association for 12.75 general credits and 1.0 ethics credit;
  • Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 12.5 standard credits and 1.0 ethics credit.
  • The State Board of California has determined that the jurisdiction of Washington is an approved jurisdiction and accepts the above accreditation.
  • This course is eligible for credit under New York’s approved jurisdiction procedures.
  • Application pending with the Alabama State Bar Association.

Security v. Privacy
includes two full days of keynotes, general sessions, and over a dozen topical tracks that address your concerns about Internet law and policy.

The general sessions feature special keynotes and expert panels for all conference-goers. Attendees also choose between two simultaneous tracks that address compelling topical issues in detail. We have planned breaks, lunches and a welcome reception so you have the opportunity to network and discuss ideas with your colleagues.

Review the full conference agenda here. Session topics include:
  • Perspectives from the Top: Chief Security Officers and Chief Privacy Officers
  • Privacy Policies for Global e-Commerce– Writing, Communicating and Enforcing Them
  • Identifying and Selecting Appropriate Authentication Options
  • Creating Security Policies That Work For Your Company
  • Practicalities of Compliance with Law Enforcement Requests

Now in its fifth year, the ILPF Conference is one of the most prestigious and substantive events in the area of Internet law. Click here to register.

Among the globally recognized experts who will be speaking at the conference are: Commissioner Orson Swindle of the US Federal Trade Commission; Dr. Detlef Eckert, Head of Unit for Policy Planning, Information Society DG, European Commission; George Radwanski, Privacy Commissioner of Canada; Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director of EPIC; John Ryan, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Compliance and Investigations at America Online Inc.; Yoshihiro Aragane, Group Senior Vice President, Fujitsu Limited; Professor Michael Geist, University of Ottawa; Richard Purcell, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corporation; Malcom Crompton, Privacy Commissioner of Australia.

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