April 30-May 1, 2018 |

London

 

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Day One
Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

Day Two
Thursday May 4th, 2017

Breaking Down the Regulation for Clearer Understanding

08.00
Chair’s Welcome Remarks

08.10
Opening Update: Where We Are Today: An Update on the Status of the Privacy and Data Protection Community

  • Steve Wright Group Data Privacy & InfoSec Officer, John Lewis Partnership

08.40
Keynote: View from the Regulator

Synopsis

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09.10
Detect, Secure & Govern your GDPR Data

  • Matthew Lock Director of Systems Engineering , Varonis Systems

Synopsis

– Detect – Map and Visualise your data estate
– Secure – De-risk your data
– Govern – Sustain a data governance model
– Detect and Report a Data Breach

09.20
Guidance on the Guidance: Demystifying the Regulation and Understanding How It Will Impact Your Business

Synopsis

With regulators releasing further guidance on the GDPR, there is a bit more clarity on
implementation. In this session, we’ll take a look at the recent feedback from the regulators and find out what it all means for your organisation as you look ahead to May 2018.

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10.00
Networking and Morning Coffee Break

10.30
GDPR – Not What, or Why; but How?

  • Ian West Vice President – Analytics & Information Management Practice , Cognizant
  • Andrew Joss Head of Industry Consulting , Informatica

Synopsis

In a recent study a quarter of UK businesses are no longer preparing for GDPR as they mistakenly believe they won’t have to comply because of Brexit, but businesses should not confuse GDPR with Brexit. For many, GDPR will be a critical business issue with the potential to impact many organisations handling the personal information of European Union residents and, potentially, it has truly global implications. And GDPR also has the opportunity to be much more beneficial. If approached correctly, GDPR could enable organisations to become truly customer centric and help build digital trust with their consumers. With the deadline fast approaching, and for many a lot of work to do, the countdown has begun! Are you ready for GDPR? In this session, Cognizant and Informatica together share their thinking about not what, or why, but how you could accelerate your GDPR initiative.

11.00
The Evolving Role of a DPO: Integrating the Role into Your Business

  • Samantha Simms Director, Global Privacy Officer, Carlson Wagonlit Travel
  • João Barreiro Associate Vice President Chief Privacy & Data Protection Officer , HCL Technologies Ltd.
  • Anne-Claire Dubois Group Legal Counsel & Privacy Officer, Time Out Group

Synopsis

Article 37 of the EU GDPR now has a designation that data protection officers must be appointed for all public authorities, and where the core activities of the controller or the processor involve “regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects on a large scale.” Depending on the size and scope of your organisation, the role of the DPO can vary. In some cases the DPO wears numerous hats beyond data privacy and in other instances, the DPO’s role focusses soley on data protection. In this session, we’ll take a closer look at how those already in the role are seeing it evolve and
provide clarity to those that are new to the role.

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11.40
Establishing Accountability: Effective Data Mapping to Ensure Compliance in Your Privacy Programme

Synopsis

In order to protect personal data it is vital to know how it moves through your organisation. Knowing what data you hold, for what purpose, and where it is stored is key to establishing a strong privacy programme.

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12.30
Networking Luncheon

13.30
Managing Consent: Understanding What’s Changed Under GDPR

Synopsis

The GDPR has enhanced requirements for handling data subjects’ consent. The regulation
has changed how consent is attained. This is proving to be unclear for many in the privacy
industry.

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14.10
GDPR and the Cloud

  • Frank Madden Legal Advisor - Privacy & Data Protection - Legal & Commercial, Fujitsu
  • Lillian Pang VP & Associate General Counsel, Rackspace Limited

Synopsis

The GDPR will have a significant impact on cloud service providers that process personal
data. Ensuring your service provider is compliant will be vital to the strength of your privacy
programme.

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14.40
Minimising GDPR Scope and Compliance

Synopsis

  • As enterprises leverage cloud and SaaS applications, GDPR adds an additional layer of complexity
  • Data Controllers are ultimately responsible of the protection of PII and sensitive PII of Data Subjects
  • GDPR ‘Centralisation’ and ‘Privacy by Design’ concepts are critical best practice recommendations
  • Learn how to address such principles and how this removes the need for ‘data breach notification’

14.50
Afternoon Networking Break

15.20
Getting the Most out of Your Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)

  • Simon Hall Data Privacy Officer and Privacy SME Ethics and Compliance, Asda
  • Titta Penttilä Group Privacy Officer, Head of Privacy, Group Security & Privacy, Telia Company
  • Dave Horton Privacy Engineer, OneTrust

Synopsis

The PIA is a valuable tool for assessing your organisation’s data privacy risk. While most
organisations are conducting some form of privacy assessment, some in the privacy
community are still struggling to find the bandwidth and resources necessary to get the
ball rolling. Even on a limited budget, there are steps that can be taken to conduct a basic
assessment.

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16.20
Keynote Panel: Creating an Industry Standard – Establishing a Scope and Structure for the Privacy Community During a Period of Evolution

Synopsis

With uncertainty still surrounding some of the GDPR implementation, the privacy and data
protection community is in an era of great change. The need for a clear set of standards
to aid privacy professionals in their collaboration with regulators and vendors alike is more
important now than ever before.

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17.00
Chair’s Summary and Close of Day One