Join us for Data Privacy Day, February 19, 2014, 1:00 – 5:00 pm as Dalhousie University again hosts a half-day conference focused on privacy. Come and learn how to protect your privacy and why it matters.
To accommodate growing attendance and interest in this topic we have moved the location to the Ondaatje Hall, Marion McCain Arts and Social Sciences Building, 6135 University and slightly changed the structure of the day to still provide networking opportunities.
We are very pleased to have Chantal Bernier, acting Privacy Commissioner of Canada, and Tracy Ann Kosa, Senior Strategist at Microsoft, as our opening and closing keynotes.
Additional speakers include Carrie Gates, Dalhousie alumnus and Chief Scientist at Dell and Graham McWaters, Canada’s leading expert on identity theft protection.
Register Now! Visit: www.dal.ca/dataprivacyday. The low cost registration (free to students) is required and includes a mid-afternoon networking break with refreshments plus eligibility for door prizes. The event is open to all members of the public.
Dalhousie has championed Data Privacy Day since it began in 2008. For more information visit StaySafeOnline