The 2018 Privacy Forum will be a day of privacy-related discussion with many of the leading privacy exponents in New Zealand. A focus of this year's Privacy Forum will be the new Privacy Bill which is before Parliament. Among a range of privacy topics, we'll be discussing how privacy law will change in New Zealand and what agencies can expect to have to comply with it. There will also be sessions on the GDPR and predictive risk modelling.
We're pleased to announce the Privacy Forum will be opened by the Minister of Justice, Andrew Little. The venue will be Te Papa Tongarewa on Wellington's waterfront in the heart of the city.
Early bird tickets are available for $210 until 14 April. The regular ticket price is $260.
Please note that we are offering a discounted rate of $50 per person for community and social work NGOs and charitable organisations. There are 35 places for organisations which qualify for this rate. If you think your organisation qualifies, please email or call us at the contact information on this page to go into a ballot for these discounted seats.
The Privacy Forum programme will be finalised in the next few weeks. A draft programme is available here: https://privacy.org.nz/forums-and-sem...
The Privacy Forum is the highlight of events and activities organised by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Privacy Week in 2018. Privacy Week runs from 7-11 May 2018.
Privacy Week is marked by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner each year to promote privacy awareness and to inform people of their rights under the Privacy Act. It is also to help educate businesses, organisations and agencies of their responsibilities and obligations with personal information.