The CPO & Privacy Practitioners' Workshop and Eighth Annual National Conference, "Managing the New Privacy Revolution," will be held March 20-22 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Since 1993, Privacy & American Business' annual conference - "Managing the Privacy Revolution" - has been the leading national event on consumer privacy, forecasting the new privacy issues, analyzing consumer attitudes and concerns, featuring case studies of successful programs, hosting high-level debates among business, technology, government and consumer leaders, and providing the action agenda for consumer and HR privacy. Over 400 companies from 15 major industries have attended these events.

Now P&AB and Privacy Council will present the CPO & Privacy Practitioners' Workshop and Eighth Annual National Conference, "Managing the New Privacy Revolution," in Washington, D.C. at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. Mark your calendars March 20-22 for the one privacy conference "you can't afford to miss."

Key Issues to be Discussed at this year's "Managing the New Privacy Revolution"

" The CPO & Privacy Practitioners' Workshop: March 20

The CPO and Privacy Practitioners' Workshop provides an in-depth, hands-on opportunity to learn from Privacy Officers of the leading brick and click companies about how they're managing across industries and across national borders in the new information privacy climate. The new post-September 11 privacy imperatives for CPOs will be explored.

" The Eighth Annual National Conference: March 21-22

   " Domestic and E-Commerce on Day One: March 21
Featuring an Experts' Roundtable that will closely examine privacy after September 11 and what it means for business, Day One will focus on e-commerce and the current and future political state in Washington, D.C. and among the states. Top business executives and leading political figures will discuss their plans and share their thoughts for 2002.

   " Global and Internet on Day Two: March 22
Day Two is set to examine global and Internet privacy issues including an update on the EU Directive and Safe Harbor. Experts will also focus on Internet privacy issues, like biometrics and the Internet. Attendees can expect to hear the latest and cogent privacy information from top international government leaders and delegates, business leaders, technology gurus, privacy academics and advocates.

" Break-Outs and Other Sessions Include:

The Road Ahead: Changes in consumer privacy imperatives
Lessons from the first year of GLB: What went right and wrong?
How will HIPAA affect provider-patient and patient-insurer relations?
The future of wireless in a new security environment
Dealing with identity theft concerns
CPO case studies
Safe Harbor and global data protection trends
Biometric identifies on and offline
The current wave of consumer litigation: Who's winning? Who's losing?
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" Privacy Expo 2002: March 20-22

The CPO & Privacy Practitioners' Workshop and Eighth Annual National Conference reaches the privacy decision-makers in the U.S. and abroad off and online. This is THE opportunity for privacy hardware software developers, consulting and legal firms, and privacy training services to present their work to the leading CEOs, CPOs, CIOs, CFOs. Space is still available so sign up now!

" Press

Members of the press are invited to attend March 21 and 22. Download the press credentials application and fax to (201) 996-1883. If you have any questions, please contact Irene Oujo at .

Members of IAPO receive a 20% discount off the Conference registration fee. Conference attendees who are interested in joining the IAPO receive $100 off. IAPO members and Conference Attendees, click here to register for the Conference or to join the IAPO.

" Hotel Information

Make your reservations directly at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. by calling (202) 234-0700. Call before March 1, 2002 and mention "Managing the New Privacy Revolution" Conference for the special rate.

For more information about the hotel, contact:
Omni Shoreham Hotel
2500 Calvert Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20008

" Contact Us

  For Conference, Registration, and other inquiries, contact:
Olga Garey
Two University Plaza, Suite 414
Hackensack, NJ 07601 USA
Ph: 201.996.1154
Fax: 201.996.1883
  For Sponsorship and Privacy Expo details, contact:
Privacy Council
Patty Anthe
1300 East Arapaho, Suite 300
Richardson, TX 75081 USA
Ph: 972.997.4001 (9AM to 4PM CT)
Toll Free: 866.726.8624
Fax: 972.997.4450