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EVENT: The Data Protection Practical Compliance Conference

12th October 2017 - 13th October 2017

12th & 13th October 2017 – London, UK

The Data Protection Practical Compliance Conference is London’s largest annual 2-day data protection event.

This year, the conference is dedicated to explaining the practical implications of the new General Data Protection Regulation, and to help organisations prepare for its requirements. The Regulation, which represents the largest shakeup in data privacy law for over 20 years, will come into force across Europe on 25th May 2018.

This Conference provides plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion, as well as networking with other Information and Compliance professionals and advisers. Delegates attend a 3-course sit-down lunch on both days, as well as a wine and canapés reception at the end of the first day.

Keynote Speaker

Steve Wood, Deputy Commissioner (Policy)
Information Commissioner’s Office

Conference Programme

Day 1 – Speakers Presentations

(Thursday, 12th October 2017)

The first day features expert speakers on the latest challenges facing data protection professionals. There are plenty of opportunities to ask questions and to network with other delegates in the data protection field.

Conference Chair:
Bridget Treacy – Partner, Hunton & Williams

Keynote Address: ICO

Steve Wood – Deputy Commissioner (Policy), Information Commissioner’s Office

What Will Happen to the UK DPA after May 2018?

Rosemary Jay – Partner, Hunton & Williams

Privacy Shield and Data Exports in the Trump Era

Eduardo Ustaran – Partner, Hogan Lovells

Consent, Innovative Permissions and Legitimate Interests

Robert Bond, Partner – Bristows

The What, When and How of Pseudonymisation

Dyann Heward-Mills – Partner, Baker McKenzie

Profiling, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence – Halting the Rise of the Machines?

Estelle Dehon – Barrister, Cornerstone Barristers

Expert Panel on Preparing for the GDPR

Alan Martin Daniel Gibson Ellis Parry Robert Clifford Susan Bingham
Information Compliance Officer, University of Kent Daniel Gibson,
Compliance Officer, Triumph Motorcycles Ellis Parry,
Global Lead Data Privacy, BP

Robert Clifford,
Head of Data Centre,
Home Office

Susan Bingham,
Data Protection Counsel, Bloomberg

Day 2 – The Workshops

(Friday, 13th October 2017)

On the second day, delegates can choose two Workshops that explore topics in-depth. The Workshops give delegates the opportunity to work through real-life scenarios.

A. Preparing for Compulsory Breach Notifications

(This session has limited availability)

B. Data Protection Impact Assessments – New Requirements and Methodology

C. Personal Data – Preparing Organisations for the New Definition

(This session is now FULL)

D. Updated Rights and Their Implications for Organisations

(This session is now FULL)

E. Compulsory Documentation – What must be in place before May 2018?

F. Creating a GDPR Compliance Programme

(This session is now FULL)

G. The New Role of DPOs

(This session has limited availability)

H. Handling Outsourcing and Data Processing Arrangements in the New Era

View full details on the Workshops page

Sponsorship opportunties available

Conference Venue

Grange Tower Bridge Hotel
45 Prescott Street
London

E1 8GP

Details

Start:
12th October 2017
End:
13th October 2017
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.pdpconferences.com/conferences-overview/82-16th-annual-data-protection-compliance-conference

Organiser

ICO

Venue

Grange Tower Bridge Hotel
45 Prescott Street
London, E1 8GP United Kingdom
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