Data Privacy Day, celebrated on Jan. 28 each year, is an international campaign that empowers individuals and institutions to respect privacy and safeguard information.
On Jan. 28, University of Toronto’s (U of T) Information Technology Services (ITS) division is hosting a virtual panel event: Impact of evolving technology and privacy laws in higher education.
In this one-hour virtual panel, you will hear from subject matter experts from legal, cyber security and privacy sectors and have the opportunity to ask questions in a live Q&A session.
- Ashley Langille, Information Privacy Analyst, U of T
- Carlos Chalico, IT Risk and Privacy Consultant, EY & Instructor, School of Continuing Studies, U of T
- Daniel Michaluk, Information Security and Privacy Lawyer & Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
- Deyves Fonseca, Associate Director, Information Security Operations, U of T
Moderator: Rafael Eskenazi, Director, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Office, U of T
All U of T students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend.
Learn how to protect your data
As the line between our physical and virtual lives diminish, Data Privacy Day acts as a reminder to make safeguarding our personal information a priority. Let’s work together to build, practice and promote safe data privacy practices.
Visit the Security Matters website throughout the month of January to learn how to protect your information.
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