As the Manager of Public Education and Outreach at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC), Daphne develops and oversees the Office's education and outreach activities aimed at encouraging people to think and talk about digital privacy. Some of the initiatives she has spearheaded at include:
Daphne also leads the advancement of social media tools that support OPC's privacy awareness objectives, and is responsible for the Office’s outreach to youth, seniors and small businesses.
Daphne’s work in digital issues started at the non-profit MediaSmarts, where she created and promoted resources designed to foster kids' media literacy.
She joined the federal public service in 2001, and, prior to joining the OPC, worked as both a political staffer on Parliament Hill and a federal civil servant.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
70A Stonehaven Drive, Kanata
Manager, Public Education and Outreach for Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
Privacy Every Day
Every day, Canadians of all ages have to make choices about how their information is being collected and used. Their choices can help companies provide better products and services, allow government organizations to improve their programs, and allow us as individuals to make the most out of the internet and mobile technologies. But these choices can also put us at greater risk of identity theft and fraud.
In this presentation, Daphne Guerrero will outline the current landscape when it comes to privacy, technology, and the challenges they present. She’ll also give you some concrete advice and guidance on how to protect your privacy, online and offline.