Making Privacy a Competitive Advantage
02 - 04 July 2001
St. John's College, Cambridge, UK
IF YOU OR YOUR ORGANISATION have until now regarded data protection as a necessary legal requirement or, frankly, a regulatory burden, it is time to think again.
Increasingly, forward looking organisations are starting to regard data protection laws as a way to achieve a new relationship with both customers, prospects and, indeed, their staff. Those organisations which can find a smooth path through the complex laws and regulations will be in a position to make privacy a competitive advantage. This conference will help you by drawing on the expertise of world class presenters.
This conference will offer you the best possible investment of your time and money to help you achieve the return of making privacy a competitive advantage for your organisation. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the Freedom of Information Act.
The conference will familiarise you with the latest developments in UK and international data protection law to explain what action your organisation needs to take to ensure compliance and combine it with good business practice. An
ideal opportunity to meet key international policy makers.
THE CONFERENCE PROVIDES
- A well balanced programme finely attuned to your needs covering not only current issues but also those which will demand your attention in the future
- 40 speakers from nine countries including managers, Data Protection Authorities, and lawyers
- Optimum time and space to network not only with colleagues in other organisations but also with staff from Data Protection Authorities from at least seven countries who are eager to discuss issues informally with you
- Outstanding value for money for this 3 day residential conference, also available for 1 or 2 days
- 17 Continuing Professional Development Hours