Upcoming Changes to Privacy Legislation

Thursday, Nov 3, 2022

1:00pm – 2:30pm

Upcoming Changes to Privacy Legislation

We’re in a new era of data accountability in the Canadian market, and Canadian companies will need to move quickly to stay compliant. An understanding of data will be required to build a sustained program that can keep up with the rapidly changing privacy legislation.

Join Julian Hicks, Sr. Sales Engineer at BigID and Shane Morganstein, Associate – Privacy & Security, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) to discuss how the new federal privacy bill, Quebec Privacy Law — and expected legislation — will impact Canadian companies.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
• What legislative changes have already taken place and what additional changes are coming.
• How other parts of the world have adapted to similar privacy changes.
• What you can do to catch up to, and get ahead of, data privacy.


Julian Hicks 
- Sr. Sales Engineer – BigID

Julian is a privacy subject matter expert at BigID. His goal is to help companies learn how BigID’s privacy solution can help the rapidly evolving privacy market.

Julian has had a long career in I.T with a focus on privacy software management solutions since 2017 and gaining his IAPP CIPP/E certification in 2019. He brings both a technical and practical perspective to the privacy conversation, helping companies take the complexity out of compliance.

Shane Morganstein – Associate – Privacy & Security, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG)

Shane Morganstein is a privacy and cybersecurity lawyer practicing in the Toronto office of BLG’s corporate commercial group. Shane regularly advises his public and private sector clients on a wide variety of corporate and privacy matters, including incident response and breach coaching, technology and SaaS contracting, and privacy considerations during corporate transactions. Shane earned the gold medal in his MBA class and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/C).

Thinking about joining the Credit Association of Greater Toronto or re-newing a lapsed membership?

This is a great opportunity to process your membership and not only have the fee for this program, but we have many others, virtual for now, planned over the next few months.

For membership information, please visit https://cagt.ca/become-a-member/

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CAD 50.00