18th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference

 

 

Up to 12 CPD Hours awarded

18th Annual Conference

 

10th & 11th October 2019 - London, UK

 

Speakers Presentations - Thursday, 10th October 2019

 

On the first day of the Conference, delegates hear from leading experts on data protection and the GDPR. There is plenty of opportunity to ask questions as well as networking with other Information and Compliance professionals and advisers during the day.

 

There is a 3-course sit-down lunch on both days, as well as a wine and canapés reception at the end of the first day.

 

 

 

Speakers Presentation Topics

 

 

Bridget Treacy

 

Conference Chair

 

Bridget Treacy
Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth

 

   

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

 

Elizabeth Denham

UK Information Commissioner

 

 

 

Rosemary Jay

Brexit – What Organisations Need to Do to Prepare

Rosemary Jay - Senior Consultant Attorney, Hunton & Williams

Whatever form Brexit takes, organisations need to be prepared for the changes. Although the provisions of the GDPR are highly likely to continue to apply in the UK post Brexit, the new environment will inevitably require internal adjustments within organisations. This talk, from the author of “Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation”, looks at several issues that are likely to arise in various scenarios (including "no deal"), including amendments that will be needed to commercial contracts, changes to documentation to meet transparency requirements, alterations in arrangements with outsourced service providers, and issues regarding transfer of personal data to and from the EU 27 as well as to non-EU countries.

 

 

Suzanne RodwayThe Changing Face of Subject Access under the GDPR

Suzanne Rodway - Group Head of Privacy, RBS

The burden on organisations of complying with the rights of individuals to gain access to their data has increased under the GDPR. The dramatically enhanced fining regime, and the fact that most complaints to the Commission are about subject access, now means that organisations have a strong incentive to get this right. This talk discusses the practical effects of the GDPR on the right to subject access, and provides delegates with insights on how to deal effectively and efficiently with requests for information.

 

 

Robert BondManaging the Risks of BYOD and Social Media in the Workplace

Robert Bond - Partner, Bristows

Whilst organisations have been focusing on protecting personal data and managing cyber risks, not enough attention has been given to the risks posed by personal devices and also the use of social media in the workplace. This talk discusses the issues that organisations need to consider to avoid potential liability.

 

 

Ellia Parry GDPR vs Blockchain

Ellis Parry - former Global Lead (Data Privacy), BP

The words "blockchain" and "Bitcoin" are almost synonymous and although their births were inextricably linked they are two different things with cryptocurrencies just one possible use for a blockchain. This session describes some of the perceived problems with blockchains and GDPR compliance and crystalizes the real issues with their operation, projecting how blockchains may be usefully utilised in various industries.

 

 

Ben WestwoodDeveloping a Culture of Data Protection Compliance

Ben Westwood, Associate Director, IHS Markit

The culture of an organisation is critical to the success of its data protection programme. Businesses need to move away from box ticking exercises and build a framework that embeds a culture of privacy across the entire organisation. But, from a practical standpoint, how can this be achieved? This talk provides real world examples and strategies for driving cultural change within organisations.

 

 

Vivienne ArtzDoes Privacy Spell the End for AI?

Vivianne Artz - Chief Privacy Officer, Refinitiv

Artificial Intelligence, or machine learning in its more practical guise, provides fertile ground for data protection issues.  The opportunities are seemingly endless, but can we innovate at speed and comply with an increasingly complex array of privacy laws and regulations across the globe?  This session explores the data protection implications of AI, what role ethics should play in AI, and whether we are able to innovate AI in a way that can comply with privacy concerns.

 
 

DPO Panel

A Panel of Data Protection Officers from prominent organisations provide valuable insights into how they are ensuring compliance in the post-GDPR era. The Panel members are:

Katie Crone-Barber - Children's Hearing Scotland

Richard Harris - Opinion Research Service

Sarah Laws - London Borough of Camden Council

Victoria Spurdle - Phoenix Medical Supplies

Gemma Thomas - Independent Office for Police Conduct

 

  

 

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Day one Programme

Registration:   9.00am
Conference starts:   9.30am
Conference ends:  

5.00pm

Wine & Canapés Reception:

  5.00pm

 

 

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