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    • 16 Jul 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DUe2aOiiQMahesiHusFBdA
    Register

    David Clarke will be in discussion with our panel of Subject Matter Experts: Darren Vye from Barbican Cyber Insurance,  a representative from a broker and Andrew Parsons from the global law firm, Womble Bond Dickinson.

    We will look at the types of cyber insurance that are available, and how an  insurer wil respond.   We will also look at the risk elements and how to mitigate them

    Darren is the UK & International Breach Response contact for the company, responsible for providing the first port of call for breach response assistance to our clients. 

    Darren has over 23 years’ experience in the insurance industry, in both Lloyd’s and company markets, having previously worked for ACE/Chubb Insurance for 17 years where he handled Professional E&O, Cyber/Tech and Financial Lines claims.

    Andrew is a partner in the dispute resolution team at Womble Bond Dickinson with a focus on commercial disputes in the technology sector, especially with regard to Cyber security, managing information security breaches, responding to hacking or cyber-extortion, defending enforcement action by the ICO and other regulators, cyber risk insurance and cyber-crime

    He has expertise in managing issues through through a variety of forums including litigation, arbitration, expert determination and mediation.

    egister in advance for this webinar:

    https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DUe2aOiiQMahesiHusFBdA


    • 23 Jul 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    Register

    Most countries now have their own Data Privacy Laws in place - or are close to this. In the USA there are moves to introduce a federal law. 

    With all the regulations from GDPR to LGPD, across Europe, Africa, Asia and the USA, should organisations not be looking at a Core Compliance Regime

    Malcolm Dowden together with The Trust Bridge's Carol Tullo and David Clarke, discuss this and some practical risk management advice and tips. 

    Register in advance for this webinar:

    https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_K9dcDo9HRoyJ2OxNzTbSCA


    Malcolm is the Legal Director at Womble Bond Dickinson and has more than 25 years’ experience as a commercial, regulatory and privacy lawyer with a strong background in the law relating to technology, data protection, privacy and electronic communications. He is also an internationally accredited legal and compliance course designer and training provider. Within the UK, this has included GDPR/UK GDPR and electronic communications code workshops and compliance support for government departments and major infrastructure providers.

    Recent advisory work includes large-scale contract remediation projects to meet the requirements of GDPR and UK GDPR

    Internationally, Malcolm has designed and delivered data protection and privacy law workshops and advice to clients operating in South-East Asia, the GCC region and (through the African Legal Network) various jurisdictions in Africa. His data protection and privacy compliance courses have been accredited by bodies including the Singapore Institute for Legal Education (SILE) and the Bar Councils of Hong Kong and Malaysia.




    • 4 Aug 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • Edinburgh
    Register

    DATE TO BE CONFIRMED

    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 in Edinburgh has been postponed from April 2nd and reschduled for August 4th depending on government guidelines.

    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)

    Panel discussion:

    Does a DPO need to be a Lawyer?

    How to win hearts and minds of all colleagues? Winning hearts and Minds of colleagues and addressing the "I hate GDPR/ It stops me doing my job" complaint!

    We discuss how many of our members and speakers have addressed the issues relating to company culture and attitude towards GDPR - how did you achieve acceptance?

    Are you still struggling for attention / budget / buy in from your colleagues?

    We will review actual case studies to see how these others have succeeded. With some ideas on approach and tactics

    Sorcha Lorimer


    Founder & CEO at Trace®

    Sorcha is a tech savvy, creative, customer focussed leader with a passion for digital, data ethics, privacy and user-centred design. She is on a mission to make complex data protection regulations simple, visual and beneficial for every organisation and embed Privacy by Design into operations

    Irene Coyle


    Director of Training & Data Protection Officer

    Irene runs a training academy focussing on GDPR, Data Protection, Cyber Security, Human Error. Irene's experience and insight from her work as a Chief Inspector is invaluable, especially with regard to training and vulnerable adults. She introduced GDPR across the entire recruitment function in Police Scotland

    Simone Scott


    Group Data Protection Officer

    Simone is the Group DPO for three UK Airports. She also has substantial experience within the NHS in Scotland in Information Governance and Data Protection roles and training.

    Andrew MacQueen MA, LLB


    Group Data Protection Officer

    Andrew is currently working within the aviation sector, responsible for the group's global data protection programme, which includes, the implementation of regulatory change, chairing of functional/regional data protection Working Groups. In the past he has worked in the insurance sector, and in a consultancy role across many industries.

    Hayley Jaffrey


    Global Privacy Leader - Commercial Pharma

    Hayley is passionate about privacy professional (CIPP/E & Post Grad Data Protection Law & Info Governance) with a solid background in operational efficiency. She has worked in small businesses to large multinationals, across a variety of sectors and industries, including Big Pharma, Marketing, Recruitment, Financial Services, Healthcare, Oil & Gas and the Third Sector

    David Clarke


    Chief Technology Officer, The Trust Bridge

    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

     

    Sponsored by The Compliance Space https://www.thecompliancespace.com/ and Womble Bond Dickinson



    • 3 Sep 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • Leeds
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    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 in Leeds will take place July 9th 2020

    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)

    Panel discussion:

    Does a DPO need to be a Lawyer?

    How to win hearts and minds of all colleagues? Winning hearts and Minds of colleagues and addressing the "I hate GDPR/ It stops me doing my job" complaint!

    We discuss how many of our members and speakers have addressed the issues relating to company culture and attitude towards GDPR - how did you achieve acceptance?

    Are you still struggling for attention / budget / buy in from your colleagues?

    We will review actual case studies to see how these others have succeeded. With some ideas on approach and tactics

    Panel to be chaired by Carol Tullo, OBE, LLB 

    Panelist include

    Carol Tullo, OBE, LLB


    Senior Consultant, The Trust Bridge

    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.

    Kelly Hendley


    Data Protection Officer, Morrisons plc

    Kelly has great experience as DPO for Morrisons the supermarket, in the charity sector with NSPCC and the healthcare sector at BUPA





    Sponsored by The Compliance Space https://www.thecompliancespace.com/ and Womble Bond Dickinson



    • 15 Sep 2020
    • (UTC-00:00)
    • 12 Oct 2020
    • (UTC-00:00)
    • Online
    Register

    Privacy & Data Protection Practitioner Training & Exam
    September 15, 22, 29 & October 6, 12 | Online Live

    Overview

    This training prepares you for a successful progression into the role of Data Protection Officer.  You will learn how to build a GDPR-compliant data protection program by embedding data protection in your organization’s strategic, tactical- and operational management. You will practice DPO tasks with realistic hands-on assignments in the areas of Policymaking, Impact – and Risk Assessments and incorporating data protection requirements. The course evaluates practical considerations in design and implementation, from technology and tools supporting data protection, privacy enhancing technologies, and security by design. You’ll learn about what data is required to support good governance and decision-making and how to translate the concept of management systems to a Data Protection Management System (DPMS). Lastly you will prepare yourself for an (external) compliance audit, and define and implement a basic 3rd-party assurance process.

    Who should attend?

    This training is ideal if you’re pursuing a career and / or certification as a Data Protection Officer, GDPR-consultant, privacy consultant or compliance officer; if you’re an IT or information security professional and you wish to specialize in a privacy-related area of security; or if you’re an active DPO looking to structure your knowledge and gain more practice. Basic knowledge of privacy and / or data protection is expected. If you do not yet have this, we recommend that you first take the Privacy & Data Protection Foundation entry-level course prior to this course. When in doubt, feel free to contact us.

    What’s included?

    • Official SECO – Institute course materials
    • Practice exam
    • Privacy & Data Protection Practitioner exam
    • “S- PDPP” digital Acclaim badge when you pass the exam
    • 1- year free SECO Membership

    Your trainer

    Bart Baars

    Bart is a seasoned information security professional and privacy expert, with 15 years of experience spanning the Government, Food, Finance, Energy and Telecom -sectors. Bart currently works as a privacy officer at TenneT, a leading European electricity transmission system operator (TSO). When not consulting or training, you’ll likely find Bart on higher grounds. As an enthusiastic mountaineer, Bart aims to be the first dutchman to climb the 7-Summits in 7 Years.


    For more information and to enrol click here 

    https://www.seco-institute.org/certifications/data-protection-certification-track/data-protection-practitioner-online-course/

    • 1 Oct 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • Amsterdam
    Register

    DATE TO BE CONFIRMED

    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 in Netherlands has been postponed from May and will be reschduled for later this summer 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):

    Panel discussion:

    Does a DPO need to be a Lawyer?

    How to win hearts and minds of all colleagues?

    Winning hearts and Minds of colleagues and addressing the "I hate GDPR/ It stops me doing my job" complaint!

    We discuss how many of our members and speakers have addressed the issues relating to company culture and attitude towards GDPR - how did you achieve acceptance? Are you still struggling for attention / budget / buy in from your colleagues? We will review actual case studies to see how these others have succeeded. With some ideas on approach and tactics

    Members come free- please email us at info@digitalarena.co to let us know that you are coming or log in  

    Non Member Price £25


    • 1 Oct 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • Copenhagen
    Register

    DATE TO BE CONFIRMED

    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 in Copenhagen has been postponed from May 28th and reschduled for later this summer - government guidelines permitting

    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)

    Panel discussion:

    Does a DPO need to be a Lawyer?

    How to win hearts and minds of all colleagues? Winning hearts and Minds of colleagues and addressing the "I hate GDPR/ It stops me doing my job" complaint!

    We discuss how many of our members and speakers have addressed the issues relating to company culture and attitude towards GDPR - how did you achieve acceptance?

    Are you still struggling for attention / budget / buy in from your colleagues?

    We will review actual case studies to see how these others have succeeded. With some ideas on approach and tactics


    Sponsored by The Compliance Space https://www.thecompliancespace.com/ and Womble Bond Dickinson

    • 8 Oct 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • Tallinn
    Register

    DATE TO BE CONFIRMED

    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 in Tallinn has been postponed from May and will be reschduled for later this summer.

    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)

    Panel discussion:

    Does a DPO need to be a Lawyer?

    How to win hearts and minds of all colleagues? Winning hearts and Minds of colleagues and addressing the "I hate GDPR/ It stops me doing my job" complaint!

    We discuss how many of our members and speakers have addressed the issues relating to company culture and attitude towards GDPR - how did you achieve acceptance?

    Are you still struggling for attention / budget / buy in from your colleagues?

    We will review actual case studies to see how these others have succeeded. With some ideas on approach and tactics

    Sandy 

    Sandy Gilchrist

    Data Privacy Specialist

     

    Sandy is a thought leader: a data protection officer; a business analyst; a strategic architect; a project manager; a programme director. His experience is in legislation, IT, HR, marketing, operations... in the UK, Africa, Asia, US, Europe, and Australia, across banking, insurance, utilities, energy, health, charities, education, telecoms.



    • 12 Oct 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • Atlanta, Georgia
    Register

    DATE TO BE CONFIRMED

    Our first event in North America was due to take place in April in Atlanta Georgia. Sadly we have had to postpone and will reschedule as soon as we can Date TBD

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