19th annual Data Protection Compliance Conference


Post-event Video Bundles available for Individuals

and Groups



19th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference 2020


Speakers Presentations & Webinars available on-demand


We're pleased to be able to offer your organisation a series of on-demand video packages featuring the Speakers Presentations and Webinars from this year's highly acclaimed Data Protection Conference.
On-demand packages available as follows:
  • Speakers Presentations Bundle
  • Webinar Bundle
  • Whole Event

Bulk-discounted licenses available for groups or entire-organisations.






Elizabeth Denham

UK Information Commissioner

Information Commissioner's Office




  Bridget Treacy



Bridget Treacy

Hunton Andrews Kurth



The Data Protection Compliance Conference is London's largest annual 2-day data protection event. This year, the conference is dedicated to examining the developments in data protection; the continued practical implications for organisations of complying with the GDPR, as well as what could be next for organisations in a post-COVID/Brexit era.


Utilising a dedicated online event platform, you will have access to a virtual Conference Hall, an Exhibition Hall, and a facility to chat with other delegates. Stream the Day 1 Speakers Presentations and Day 2 Webinars from the comfort of your own home (or office).




Day 1 - Speakers Presentations

(Thursday, 8th October 2020)


The first day features expert speakers who explore the latest challenges facing data protection professionals. Delegates can submit questions to the Speakers in the lead-up to the Conference so the Presentations can address specific issues raised. 



Bridget Treacy


Conference Chair


Bridget Treacy - Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth




Elizabeth Denham

UK Information Commissioner

Information Commissioner's Office




COVID-19 and Data Protection

Robert Bond - Partner, Bristows

COVID-19 has thrown confusion on our collection and processing of personal data in certain key areas. We are processing health data of employees and visitors to our offices and of customers to our premises. We are working remotely and meeting virtually. This talk provides practical guidance on how to meet these challenges while staying compliant with data protection rule



Dan CooperSchrems II and the Path Ahead for Privacy Shield and Model Clauses

Dan Cooper - Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

This session discusses the practical implications of the ruling in Schrems II, including what it means for organisations relying on the EU-US Privacy Shield and EU Model Clauses for transferring personal data out of the EEA. The session considers in particular the expectations of parties relying upon the model clauses in light of the Court’s ruling, how regulators appear to be reacting to the abolition of the Privacy Shield, and the practical measures that organisations should adopt to lower their compliance risks in light of the judgement



Rosemary Jay

Children’s’ Data – What Organisations Need to Bear in Mind

Rosemary Jay - Senior Consultant Attorney, Hunton Andrews Kurth

The GDPR stipulates greater protections for personal data on children, and while some organisations target children, many process data on children inadvertently. This talk provides an overview of the key practical issues that organisations need to watch out for.



Gemma ThomasHow to get Senior Management to talk “Data Protection” and Promote Compliance

Gemma Thomas - Data Protection Officer, Independent Office for Police Conduct

It can be challenging to get senior management teams ‘onboard’ with data protection compliance. Adherence to obligations can be seen as the DPOs “problem to solve.” This talk explores how to transform data protection compliance into a hot-topic that senior management are keen to engage in, and to promote across the organisation.



Kate BrimstedGroup Actions for Compensation

Kate Brimsted - Partner & Head of Data Privacy, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

An emerging threat to organisations under data protection law is the rise of the ‘class action’, whereby many individuals collaborate together (usually instigated by a law firm) to bring an action. While each person’s individual claim can be modest, large numbers of claimants can mean that claims are in the millions with substantial legal costs as well. In this talk, Kate considers the current trends in group actions, and what we can expect to see in the coming months and years.



Sandy Tsakiridi, HSBCData Protection Implications of Artificial Intelligence

Sandy Tsakiridi, Group Senior Legal Counsel, HSBC

The emergence of AI as one of the most widely used technologies has prompted organisations to tackle the challenges of balancing AI design and deployment with data protection compliance. This session looks at the key privacy concerns raised by AI, how AI fits with some of the key requirements of the GDPR and the compliance tools than can be employed by organisations.



Emma Erskine-FoxCookies, Consent and Compliance in the Adtech World

Emma Erskine-Fox, Senior Associate, TLT LLP

Advertising has been transformed by the digital revolution. The explosion of Adtech undoubtedly brings substantial benefits for brands, enabling them to generate maximum engagement. But the data protection challenges are significant. In an area that continues to attract regulatory scrutiny, this talk considers how organisations can leverage the significant advantages of cookies and Adtech whilst remaining within the legal requirements



Ellis ParryAccountability – the bridge between ethical uncertainty and innovation

Ellis Parry - Data Ethics Advisor, ICO

The Centre for Standards in Public Life has recommended the UK government formulate and issue one set of comprehensive ethical principles to govern the public sector. Unless and until those recommendations are actioned, organisations are left wondering how to bridge any uncertainty. This talk provides practical advice from the ICO on selecting the most appropriate set of ethical principles already available and building them into existing decision-making processes, leveraging all the work already done internally to evidence GDPR ‘accountability’, ‘fairness’ and ‘transparency’.



Find out more about each Presentation here >





Day 2 - Webinars

(Friday, 9th October 2020)


On the second day, delegates have 'on-demand' access to a suite of six one-hour webinars led by Industry Experts on key Data Protection issues. Some webinars follow on from topics introduced on the Speakers Presentations Day. These webinars are produced exclusively for PDP's 2020 Conference.


Accountability and Data Protection: What Does the GDPR Require?


Direct Marketing: Common Issues and Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them


Data Subject Rights: Preparing Compliant Responses While Minimising Organisational Burden

Regulating the Robots: the Emergence of AI Regulation


Records Management – Key Skills for Data Protection Professionals


Internet of Things and Smart Devices – Data Protection Challenges



Find out more about each Webinar here > 




Bundle Fees & Group Licences


Each bundle includes individual access to 'on-demand' videos and downloadable PDF slides (where used).



Speakers Presentation Bundle

£495.00 plus VAT


Webinar Bundle

£495.00 plus VAT


Full Access Bundle
(Access to all Presentations and Webinars)

£695.00 plus VAT












Bulk-discounted licenses available for groups or entire-organisations.


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Simon Hall

“The updates on existing subjects were particularly useful.”
David Pickersgill
Johnson & Johnson

“The networking opportunities were very good. Very useful. Will attend again.”
John Pendleton
Old Mutual

“Speakers delivered good insights into various aspects of the GDPR”
Paul Woods
Government Legal Department

“Very informative and well executed conference”
Claire Robson
Kent & Medway NHS Trust

“The hotel facilities were excellent”
Andrew Dyke
Operation Mobilisation

“An interesting day packed with a plethora of useful materials. The conference never disappoints with the quality of speakers, providing insightful and pragmatic views and interpretations.”
Stephanie Allen
Shop Direct Group

“Very enjoyable day! Well worth attendance. Very good speakers.”
Sarah Rudge

“All the sessions were informative and well presented. Very enjoyable!”
Fiona Cadger
Standard Life Aberdeen PLC

“Great conference with diverse topics”
Sara Ewen

“The presentations were excellent and thought provoking”
Catherine Bowen-Walker
Close Brothers

“A very well put together and well run conference”
Helen Worthington
Jerrold Holdings

“This conference cannot be improved. Excellent!”
Caroline Mair
Registers of Scotland

“A very useful and well organised conference”
Alistair Browne
British Council

“Very useful, practical and thought provoking”
Ben Moreland

“I'm extremely impressed by the quality of speakers and content covered. An excellent balance of public and private sectors”
Julie Hinault
States of Jersey Taxes Office

“The mix of speakers meant that a lot of ground was covered effectively.”
Karen Russell
British Arab Commercial Bank

“As usual the Conference was very well organised”
Paul Byrne
British Airways

Greg Steel

“The conference content was excellent and thought provoking”
Kim Walker
Royal Air Force

“A very helpful conference. Took away some good ideas.”
Lesley Richardson
Financial Conduct Authority

“I found all the presentations very useful. The discussion panel was excellent... thoroughly enjoyed this conference and would not hesitate on coming back”
Scott McFarlane
National Trust for Scotland

“Good variety of relevant topics discussed throughout the day.  Speakers were engaging!”
Ellis Bryant
Saga Plc

“Great to see so many different sectors represented. Well organised!”
Jane Davy
University of Southampton

“Overall, an excellent, informative and useful day. Well worth attending"”
Colin Cluney
Department of Finance and Personnel

“All fantastic”
Leslie Waghorn
Virgin Media

“Another excellent year - very current and topical"
Stuart Gittings
Eli Lilly and Co.

“A very useful conference, a good broad range of speakers that were able to give practical advice"
David Mayers
Lisburn City Council

“All topics very relevant – most particularly the bits about social networking and security breaches.”
Jackie Evans
South Wales Fire & Rescue

“Once again a great conference, which gives me plenty to think about and implement!”
Kevin Giles
Glasgow Housing Association

“Very useful conference”
Alan White
Pitney Bowes

“Excellent. A well run event.”
David Higginson
ING Direct

“Great venue, superbly organised, very professional.”
Julie Barclay
Gambro Lundia

“Another excellent conference.”
Lynn Young
British Library

“Excellent venue, delegate packs and catering. Very focussed, practical and relevant.”
Albert Chan
Greater London Authority