Privacy by Design: From Rhetoric to Reality

04/10/2012

London, UK

Host: Linklaters, London

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Programme

9.00

 Welcome
 Richard Cumbley, Partner, Linklaters, London

9.05  Introduction
 Stewart Dresner, Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business

9.10

 Transforming Privacy by Design into Everyday Practice in the European Union
 Jonathan Bamford, Head of Strategic Liaison, Information Commissioner’s Office, Wilmslow, Cheshire
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  • The law, good management practice and the role of the Information Commissioner
  • Data Protection by Design, by Default and Data Protection Impact Assessments in the EU Data Protection draft Regulation
  • The relationship with Privacy by Design
  • Lessons learned and future ICO work

9.35  Questions and Answers

9.40

 Privacy by Design: From Rhetoric to Reality
 Dr Ann Cavoukian, Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario, Canada
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  • Standards in Privacy by Design applications
  • Development of software
  • Implementation of smart meters in smart grid systems
  • Cloud Computing, Big Data, Biometric Encryption, Use of privacy-protective facial recognition
  • Benefits of Privacy by ReDesign

10.30  Questions and Answers

10.40

 Smart Data: The Embodiment of Privacy by Design
 Ken Anderson, Assistant Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario, Canadata
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  • The future of privacy
  • Changing the way personal and proprietary information is managed on the Internet

11.05  Questions and Answers

11.10  Data Protection Impact assessments and Privacy by Design
 Discussion with the panel and next steps

11.30  Close

Background Information

Further information about the United Kingdom Information Commissioner's work on Privacy by Design is at www.ico.gov.uk/for_organisations/data_protection/topic_guides/privacy_by_design.aspx

Click here for further information about Ann Cavoukian's (Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario, Canada) session.