Our first event of 2020, post election in the UK and in the run up to Brexit (possibly) - what is UKGDPR and How will PECR19 look?
Following on from our lively discussion at our first event, we will review the situation post the UK General Election.
In addition we will be looking at another topic that has been requested:
AI and the world of Compliance
Save the date Jan 30th 2020
The Arena for Data Protection Professionals has been established as a peer to peer community where support is available for anyone dealing with data: DPOs, Heads of Compliance, CTOs, CISOs, Marketing Communications managers, Customer Service managers, CIOs…
ADPP runs networking events where we can raise subjects and discuss issues amongst our peers.
All events are held under Chatham House Rule.
Our inaugural event takes place on November 28th from 18.00 in London at the offices of law firm Simmons and Simmons.
It will start with a panel discussion followed by a drinks and canapes networking reception where we can continue the discussion on the following topics (and others):
Standard contractual clauses for the transfer of personal data from the European Union to third countries (controller-to-controller transfers)
PECR and the e-privacy directive - its implications for marketing
David Clarke, Steve Wilkinson, Tara Taunbaum, Alex Brown and Chiara Rustici
Members come free- please email us at email@example.com to let us know that you are coming or log in, click on Purchase ticket below - you will be taken to a payment screen to register but will not be charged for this event
Non Member Price £25 - register below
David is a highly experienced Chief Information Security Officer/Cyber Security and GDPR Management. With a deep knowledge of GDPR data protection and privacy strategies. He is the founder of GDPR Technology Forum with over 18,000 members
Alexander Brown is a Partner at Simmons and Simmons, in the Information, Communications & Technology Group in Simmons & Simmons London Office with a particular specialism in data protection and privacy.
Well known in the Data privacy world, voted privacy Hero 2018 by the Privacy Professors Group, Tara is an author and consultant: "the challenges of the traditional regulations in the era of high connectivity is at the centre of (her) interest".
Steve has been working with several government departments recently and has insight into the plans for eprivacy directive. He will be sharing those with us.
Chiara is an independent EU privacy, GDPR, and data regulation analyst whose articles on how data business models should change after the GDPR have been published extensively in academic journals, trade publications, and Forbes.com.