Annual Conference 2014 Videos

35 videos recorded at the Privacy Laws & Business 27th Annual International Conference, New Horizons - New Risks, 30 June - 2 July 2014, Cambridge, UK

Videos produced by New Planet Films (www.newplanetfilms.com)

 


Chair’s introduction: New Horizons – New Risks
Stewart Dresner, Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business, United Kingdom

 

 

Creative use of mobile data as a core element of EE’s business strategy
Vanessa Mortiaux, Principle Legal Counsel, EE, United Kingdom

 

 

How LinkedIn approaches its relationships with Data Protection Authorities
Eric Heath, Director of Legal — Global Privacy and Public Policy, LinkedIn, Ireland


 

Converting accountability into credible building blocks for consumers and regulators
Elizabeth Denham, Information & Privacy Commissioner, British Columbia, Canada

 

Applying quality management principles to data protection compliance
Stefan Hanloser, Global Privacy & Data Protection Officer, Allianz Asset Management, Germany


 

South Africa’s comprehensive EU-based Protection of Personal Information Act
Pamela Stein, Partner, Webber Wentzel, in alliance with Linklaters, South Africa


 

Belgian Data Protection Commission’s new company audit programme
Willem Debeuckelaere, President, Commission de la Protection de la Vie Privée, Belgium

 

Belgian Data Protection Commission’s new company audit programme
Marc Vael, Head of Audit, Commission de la Protection de la Vie Privée, Belgium


 

 

Security risks – Assessing your vulnerabilities
Peter Wood, Chief Executive Officer, First Base Technologies LLP, UK

 

 

New horizons for powerful data analytics: Balancing privacy risks for users
Fernando Lucini, Chief Technology Officer, HP Autonomy, UK

 

 

New horizons for powerful data analytics: Balancing privacy risks for users
Daniel Pradelles, EMEA Privacy Officer, Hewlett-Packard, France

 

 

Turkey’s long and winding road towards a data protection law
Dr Nilgün Başalp, Assistant Professor of Law, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

 

 

Turkey’s long and winding road towards a data protection law
Dr Elif Küzeci, Professor of Law, University of Bahçeşehir, Istanbul, Turkey

 

 

High profile breaches of the Data Protection Act – Tips for Survival
James Derby, Corporate Solicitor, London Borough of Croydon, UK
 

 

A guide to Russian data privacy law and avoiding regulatory action
Anastasia Amosova, Of Counsel, Dentons St Petersburg, Russia
 

 

Data Breach Response: The US and European experience
Bob Stephenson, Head of Service Delivery, Affinity Partnerships, Experian, UK

 

 

Data Breach Response: The US and European experience
Bob Stephenson, Head of Service Delivery, Affinity Partnerships, Experian, UK

 

 

Data Breach Response: The US and European experience
Margaret Tofalides, Partner, Clyde and Co LLP, UK

 

 

Investigations and data protection: Balancing conflicting risks. Scenario and discussion
Tanguy Van Overstraeten, Partner, and Annamaria Mangiaracina, Partner, Linklaters, Belgium; Thomas Zerdick, Head of the Reform Sector, Data Protection Unit, European Commission, Brussels; Christian D’Cunha, Policy and Consultation Unit, European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels

 

 

Progress on the EU Data Protection draft Regulation under the Greek Presidency
Lilian Mitrou, Associate Professor, University of the Aegean, Greece, Chair DAPIX Council of Justice Ministers Committee, Greek Presidency, January - June 2014

 

 

EU DP draft Regulation: 2nd and final round?
Thomas Zerdick, Head of the Reform Sector, Data Protection Unit, European Commission, Brussels

 

 

EU DP draft Regulation: 2nd and final round?
Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels

 

 

EU DP draft Regulation: 2nd and final round?
Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, UK

 

 

Workplace surveillance: What the multi-national employer really needs to know – and do
Ann Bevitt, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, UK

 

 

How to successfully gain approval for your Binding Corporate Rules
Geraldine Dersley, Lead Solicitor and Director, BCR programme, Information Commissioner’s Office, UK

 

 

Bridging EU BCRs and APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules
Myriam Gufflet, BCR Division Manager, Compliance Department, the CNIL, France

 

 

US Safe Harbor: Surveying the foundations and other aspects of international transfers
Lilian Mitrou, Asssociate Professor, University of the Aegean, Greece, Chair DAPIX Council of Justice Ministers Committee, Greek Presidency, January - June 2014

 

 

US Safe Harbor: Surveying the foundations and other aspects of international transfers
Bruno Gencarelli, Deputy Head of the Data Protection Unit, European Commission, Brussels

 

 

US Safe Harbor: Surveying the foundations and other aspects of international transfers
Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels

 

 

US Safe Harbor: Surveying the foundations and other aspects of international transfers
Geraldine Dersley, Lead Solicitor and Director, BCR programme, Information Commissioner’s Office, UK

 

 

The government’s plans to strengthen the UK Data Protection Act and related law
Rt Hon Simon Hughes MP, Minister of State for Justice, UK

 

 

Latin America’s data protection laws: An EU basis with distinctive national flavours
Pablo Palazzi, Attorney, Allende & Brea, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

 

Bridging the Privacy-by-design gap between privacy managers and software engineers
Antonio Kung, CTO Trialog and Coordinator PRIPARE, Paris, France

 

 

Using the ICO’s expanded powers for maximum impact on organisations and individuals
Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, UK

 

 

PL&B Conference Choir

 

PL&B Conference Cabaret
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