FPF Training Program:

December 5 | 11AM-1PM ET


FPF’s Training Program provides an in-depth understanding of today’s most pressing privacy and data protection topics. FPF staff experts design the sessions for professionals who develop policies for their organizations, work with clients on complex privacy issues, or those interested in emerging privacy topics.

This session will explore why de-identification can serve as an effective tool to preserve the privacy of individuals, in adherence to current standards and regulations for the protection of personal data. Using a risk-based approach, the session will also cover re-identification methods for the secondary use of data that allows organizations to innovate without compromising privacy.

The De-Identification session will cover topics including:

  • The basics of identifiability, including technical and legal definitions;
  • Risk-based de-identification methods; and
  • Understanding and mitigating re-identification risks using technical, legal, and organizational controls.

After completing each training course, you will receive a digital badge from Credly that can be shared on your professional network as a mark of the skills you’ve acquired.

Government/Non-Profit Rate
FPF Member Rate
Non-Member Rate

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations will be honored, minus our vendor’s processing fee, up to 3 days prior to the session. For cancellations after that date, we will honor the registration for the next scheduled date of this session or an alternate FPF training class.

Training Faculty

Kelsey Finch

Privacy & Data Protection Manager, Aleada Consulting

Kelsey advises clients on privacy and data protection issues. She assists with developing and implementing global privacy and data protection programs, assessing multijurisdictional legal and regulatory obligations, and integrating privacy protection into emerging technologies. Prior to joining Aleada Consulting, Kelsey was Senior Privacy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum where she collaborated with senior privacy leaders in industry, government, academia, and civil society to build best practices, inform sound policymaking, and create educational materials on responsible data practices for emerging technologies. Kelsey is also an adjunct professor at William & Mary School of Law.