Privacy, Security & Records Management Conference

October 26 - 27, 2015 | Delta Bow Valley, Calgary, AB

 

2015 PIPA Connections Conference seeks Community Partners

Not-for-profit organizations, whose members might be subject to Alberta's PIPA Legislation are the perfect fit

Some Community Partners at 2015 PIPA Connections Conference to offer Professional Development Credits

Are you a member based, not-for-profit organization, whose members might be subject to Alberta's PIPA Legislation and are looking for ways to help? Are you also looking for ways to increase the value of membership for your members?

You can do both by becoming a Community Partner of the 2015 PIPA Connections Conference: Privacy, Security, and Records Management, while also increasing your organization's exposure! 

Increasingly around the globe we are seeing “privacy” becoming monetized and being used as a distinguishing marketing tool. In the conference world programs and agendas are becoming grossly diluted by vendor pitches, while the cost to attend is going up, meaning the value participants receive is going down!

That’s why this conference aims to provide, at a very reasonable cost, the most useful and practical information possible for private-sector and not-for-profit organizations regulated by the Personal Information Protection Act in Alberta. It is intended to help such organizations understand the Connections between privacy, information security, and records management in order to more effectively manage their privacy risks up-front, and respond more effectively if things go wrong.

You can be assured that by getting involved you are aligning your organization with an event that is produced with integrity and offers participants unparalleled value. The 2015 PIPA Connections Conference: Privacy, Security & Records Management, is part of a series of regionally based conferences, all based on similar themes. They are the only multi-disciplinary, cross-jurisdictional, and community-based developed events for the greater public service across Canada.

The Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council, AMVIC, is Alberta’s automotive industry regulator. AMVIC’s mission is to protect the public interest and promote trust and confidence in the motor vehicle industry through heightened awareness and the fostering of a positive exchange of information among industry stakeholders. Its mandate is to provide consumer protection in Alberta’s motor vehicle industry through mandatory licensing for motor vehicle businesses and salespeople as required by the Fair Trading Act of Alberta and to provide a fair marketplace for automotive consumers and businesses.

UPDATE: This conference qualifies for Continuing Professional Development credits towards your PACC Professional Certification, for more information goto www.pacc-ccap.ca

The Privacy & Access Council of Canada, a long standing Community Partner of the PIPA Connections Conference, and its predecessor the PIPA Conference is once again providing value to it's members by qualifying the 2015 PIPA Connections Conference for Professional Development Credits that go towards a person's PACC Professional Certification.

The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, under the leadership of Frank Work QC, was one of the original hosts of the PIPA Conference. A firm believer in education, current Commissioner, Jill Clayton and her team continue to be a significant contributor to the Advisory Committee and Community Partner of the 2015 PIPA Connections Conference.

The Camrose Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1908 to promote and maintain a proud and prosperous business community in Camrose. The Camrose Chamber of Commerce is affiliated with the Alberta Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce as part of a global business association. These organizations are recognized throughout the world.  For the last five years, the local membership has held steady at about 390 members.  The City of Camrose reported the size and number of businesses in the Camrose and region is currently 752. Five years ago there were 731.

Are you a member of an Association or Organization that you think would be a fit with our Community Partner program? Let us know, and we can help.

Questions Arise About What Community Partners Recieve at the 2015 PIPA Connections Conference...

Help spread the word, and you can help your members/organizations with the constantly changing and complex business landscape they are faced with. Qualified Community Partners receive:

  • 1 Complimentary Exhibit Space (use of space requires one, paid "Conference Only" registration to the conference)
  • Exposure via logo placement, web link
  • Discount off of currently published registration fees to pass on to your members
  • Social Media attention via the conferences social media accounts

All we ask is that you let your members know about the event and the potential discount via the channels of communication you already use to communicate with your members.

We believe in building communities, communities that have a say in their education and professional development. Verney Conference Management therefore will continue to employ its community-based approach to the development of the conference agenda, the same approach that made the previous PIPA conferences some of the best learning events of their kind.

For more information on how to become a Community Partner please contact Dustin Rivers at 613.226.8317 or send us an email via the "Contact Us" form on this website.