Resetting Privacy: Winning Trust

05 - 07 July 2021

Online Event

Overview

6 sessions over 3 days

While the pandemic hopefully fades into the past, this is the time for resetting privacy and, despite the challenges, winning and retaining trust.

While the world moves slowly, cautiously back to “normal” work, and the pandemic hopefully fades into the past, the world’s 145 data privacy laws remain the same but the context has changed. After this fundamental shock to the familiar privacy law eco-system, this online conference addresses major themes in six one hour sessions over the three days at our traditional conference period. This is a time for resetting privacy and, despite the challenges, winning and retaining trust.

First sessions confirmed: 

  1. The United Kingdom’s new, bold approach to international data transfers - With the Right Honourable John Whittingdale OBE MP, the United Kingdom’s Minister of State for Media and Data; and Joe Jones, Head of Data Adequacy, Data Policy Directorate, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, UK.
  2. Bruno Gencarelli, Head of Unit – International Data Flows and Protection, European Commission, has agreed to speak about the EU’s adequacy programme

Further sessions and speakers to be announced soon!

Registration

Registration: 

 

Early Bird
Until 17 May 2021

Standard Rate
From 18 May 2021

Single Registration £150 + VAT per person £200 + VAT per person
Multiple registrations from the same organisation £100 + VAT per person £150 + VAT per person
  • Registration includes access to all 6 sessions
  • All sessions will be recorded and made available to attendees after the event.

To register click BOOK NOW at the top of page or email info@privacylaws.com