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IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk 2022

September 28, 2022

Our fun trade show swag, photo booth wig (yes, wig), and team are heading from InfosecWorld in Orlando to Austin, Texas for the IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2022 (#PSR2022) conference on October 13-14.

This conference is the place to learn how privacy and technology can achieve big things together. We’re members of the IAPP and have always found the content timely and interesting. It looks like their 2022 program will be no exception…it’s packed with so many interesting sessions with topics ranging from eliminating bias in artificial intelligence; selling privacy as an asset; working with location data; applying the NIST framework, and much more.

We’ll be at booth 102 and we hope you’ll stop by to say hello. If you’d like to connect with us ahead of the show to set up a time to talk, please reach out to our sales team.

DeleteMe was created in 2010 when we realized the difficulty of navigating privacy issues in today’s interconnected and digital world. Our mission is to provide everyone with the power to control their digital identity.

How does DeleteMe privacy protection work?

  1. Employees, Executives, and Board Members complete a quick signup 
  2. DeleteMe scans for exposed personal information
  3. Opt-out and removal requests begin
  4. Initial privacy report shared and ongoing reporting initiated
  5. DeleteMe provides continuous privacy protection and service all year

    Your employees’ personal data is on the web for the taking.

    DeleteMe is built for organizations that want to decrease their risk from vulnerabilities ranging from executive threats to cybersecurity risks.

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