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Webinar: Covid 19 App Tracking and implications for Privacy

  • 26 May 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OEsx0lp6R0eBea-f8cGPiA

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The introduction of the Covid 19 App is causing some concern with regards to the privacy implications.  So many mobile apps already collect a lot of information  - what are the ethics around this?

The introduction of the Covid 19 App is causing some concern with regards to the privacy implications.  So many mobile apps already collect a lot of information  - what are the ethics around this?

We also have some input from the pilot from someone who has been involved in that testing.

Neil Westwood  Technology, Data & Telecoms lawyer at Simmons & Simmons LLP

Neil is an English lawyer specialising in technology, telecoms (including satellites), and data and privacy, with experience advising international clients from the UK and the Middle East. 

Lydia Torne: Managing Associate, Simmons & Simmons LLP

Lydia specialises in all types of transactions involving intellectual property including licensing, collaboration agreements, joint ventures, consortium agreements, commercialisation agreements and monetisations.

Lydia also advises on life sciences regulatory compliance issues including product classification, the promotion of medicines and devices, supply chain, market access, pharmacovigilance and interactions with healthcare professionals.

Lydia has been named as a “rising star” by Managing Intellectual Property IP Stars, and a “Next Generation Lawyer” by Legal 500 for pharmaceuticals and biotechnology and is singled out for her "deep technical understanding


Neil and Lydia will be talking to Carol Tullo and David Clarke

Carol Tullo OBE, LLB, Senior Consultant and Legal Counsel at thetrustbridge

Carol has extensive experience in all aspects of data and information handling and management in government overseeing the shift to digital. She also has expertise in the legal regulation of intellectual property, Crown copyright and database rights, information accessibility, standards and compliance across private and public sectors rooted in executive responsibility for government information management, legislation and its assurance and security.

David Clarke FBCS, Chief Technology Officer

The Trust Bridge’s Chief Technology officer, David Clarke is known in the GDPR industry and has a GDPR/CCPA LinkedIn Group with over 19,000 members. David was recognized in the top 10 of the GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) list as published by Thompson Reuters.

Consultant with a deep knowledge of Global project delivery and operational leadership. Operating across FTSE 100, SME and start-ups within Financial Services, FinTech, Telecoms, Technology and Utilities sectors developing strong coherent cyber security, GDPR/CCPA data protection and privacy strategies.

Dave created a Global Infrastructure for the World’s Largest private trading Network, Trading $ 3 Trillion a day, and has managed Multiple Global Security Operations Centres.


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