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Where We Are Today: Looking at the Future of the Privacy and Data Protection Community
- Looking at the future: the proposed ePrivacy Regulation and its impact on business operation and privacy
- What are the impacts of stronger privacy rules for electronic communications?
- Introduction on profiling and automated individual decision-making
- GDPR: What it means in relation to automated decision making and profiling (with practical examples)
- Lawful bases for processing and exceptions from the prohibition
- Establishing appropriate safeguard and good practice recommendations
- Outlining key changes to the current data protection and privacy landscape
- Assessing how the new ePrivacy Regulation aligns with the GDPR and the Data Protection Bill
- Complementing GDPR with a particular focus on electronic communications data and electronics, including mobile devices, processing techniques, data storage, browsers
- Understanding how do ‘legitimate interest’ provisions of the GDPR interact with the ePrivacy Regulation
- Outlining whether ‘consent’ in both legislative documents mean the same thing
- Running a flagship programme on the use of personal data for public services and exploring the impacts on privacy and human rights
- Looking at the future: how should organisations plot their privacy route while promoting digital transformation?
- Practically consider the impact of the proposed ePrivacy Regulation on your organisation’s marketing and online communication activities
- Understanding what does ePrivacy mean from a direct marketing perspective including consent and identity management
- Assessing the impact of opt-ins and cookies for communications activities
- Looking at how does the ePrivacy Regulation work alongside GDPR
- Understand the implications of the GDPR for controllers and processors
- Map out a GDPR-ready 72-hour personal data breach action plan
- Outline the details of this tight timeline as well as the risk-based triggers and what they entail
- Implement efficient and effective data handling practices in the face of new GDPR requirements
- Recognising the privacy implications from new legislation in data analysis work
- Creating new methods to assess the content of data for its sensitivity and privacy
- Developing security policy based on data sensitivity to meet risk appetite and legal requirements
- Embedding data ownership for improved governance
- Gaining best practice in developing new systems and processes to ensure compliance with GDPR, ePrivacy and the Data Protection Bill
- Ensuring data protection is a company-wide concern and not just an issue for IT
- Ensuring your data protection provision is up to meeting the challenges of the modern digital age
- Building trust and confidence in the protection and use of data
- Going beyond legal requirements – exploring the ethics of data use
- Looking at the future: how is the role of the DPO evolving?
- How can DPOs help establish a culture of compliance within their organisation whilst ensuring stakeholder buy-in?
- How can DPOs effectively attain and allocate resources to their privacy programme?
- Creating an effective reporting structure for data audit; ensuring all data breaches are reported to the DPO immediately to facilitate an effective and adequate response
- DPO checklist: understanding how your organisation collects, stores, utilises and transfers data to ensure you are compliant
- DPO checklist: conducting an effective Privacy Impact Assessment to aid in achieving GDPR compliance
Data Protection Officer
Deputy Director and Head of Knowledge and Information
Institute of Information Security Professionals (Confirmed)
Data Privacy & Information Security Officer
John Lewis Partnership (Confirmed)
Data Protection Officer
Goldsmiths, University of London (Confirmed)
The afternoon chair will welcome back delegates and provide an overview of the afternoon’s discussions.
- How can organisations use personal data to create economic and social value for individuals and businesses?
- Managing privacy and security risks effectively, including cloud services hosting, network traffic management, advertising, analytics and big data
- Enhancing customers’ privacy through the secure management of apps and network services
- Complying with Privacy Commitments and EU data protection rules
- How has DVLA developed an agile environment while embedding data security and privacy principles?
- What is the impact of agile development on information assurance?
- Transitioning to risk-based approach to security rather than compliance
- Cutting costs by nearly 40% over a year time and reaching one billion online transactions
- Breaking cultural barriers to develop agile security environments and engaging users and product managers to achieve better results
- Ensuring compliance with relevant privacy legislation by implementing a comprehensive Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA)
- Outlining how e-privacy is evolving in the digital economy landscape with a focus on online platforms
- What are the trade-offs when pursuing or not respecting user privacy in the context of the business of platforms?
- Looking at transaction and innovation platforms: what are the impacts of e-privacy on value growth and the network effect?
- How can we ensure transparency in the use of personal data by online platforms?
- Discussing latest policy updates and projects on online platforms including the OECD, the European Commission and the House of Lords
- Looking at the future of platform leadership and innovation ecosystems: how innovation and consumers privacy interact to shape platform-based markets and the digital economy
- Maximising the benefits of data through a global and collaborative approach
- Reinforcing the importance of securing cross-borders data flows through the Privacy Shield Framework
- Creating a new Regulation to simplify and consolidate existing law and fill any gaps and encourage data sharing and processing in the context of Brexit
- Ensuring localisation of data is justified and minimising its negative impacts
- Avoid weakening data security by prioritising location above critical factors such as access controls and encryption
- Understand the security obligations that DPA and ePrivacy bring and apply those to cloud services
- How you can approach understanding security of cloud services
- What are some of the security risks and also security benefits of cloud migration
- Examining how the use of cloud has moved beyond just compute and storage services
- How can the need for data privacy and digital transformation be balanced?
- How can increasingly divergent and potentially conflicting rules and regulatory systems be navigated?
- How can organisations bring data protection & ePrivacy to the forefront of the workplace?
- How can the e-Privacy Directive, eIDAS Regulation, GDPR, NIS Directive, PSD2 help to prevent or mitigate data breaches?
- As the volume and value of personal data held by organisations continues to grow, how can organisations manage issues of trust and transparency?
- Privacy after Brexit: What are the risks of increasingly strict data localisation requirements?