There are vital changes on the horizon for data, information governance and compliance professionals that must not be ignored including the EU’s ePrivacy Regulation set to be implemented in 2019.

As the United Kingdom is a global leader in the data economy, accounting for 11.5 % of global cross-border flows, it is vital that organisations are well informed and prepared for the future with significant changes on the horizon.

The ePrivacy conference will bring together Central & Local Government, the voluntary sector, the higher education sector, wider public sector and private sector organisations, to hear from key policy makers and senior government officials.

Reasons to Attend

the next steps in delivering high quality ePrivacy solutions that can further protect your organisation

how to successfully meet the standards of GDPR and new ePrivacy regulation

insights on the role of CDIOs and DPOs

how to review current practices and processes, highlighting key areas of importance

the role of local and central government in protecting some of the nation's most sensitive information

how to support value for money and maximise funding in the delivery of ePrivacy provision

how to enhance multi-agency working to effectively identify and meet the needs of a diverse public sector

This Conference is specifically designed for central and local government, as well as ePrivacy professionals throughout sectors. Typical job titles will include:
  • Compliance Directors
  • Data Directors
  • Data Protection Officers
  • Directors of Governance
  • Heads of Cyber-Security
  • Heads of Data
  • Heads of Operations
  • Heads of Policy
  • Heads of Privacy
  • Heads of Risk
  • Heads of Information Technology
  • Information Technology Directors
  • Policy Directors
  • Policy Managers
  • Privacy Directors
  • Privacy Managers
  • Security Managers

*This Conference is also open to the wider public and private sectors to encourage networking and debate.