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Six months with the GDPR – what have we learned and where are we heading? Join us for two full days of keynotes, panel discussions and training sessions on privacy and data protection and a dinner with special guest speakers.
Where: Münchenbryggeriet (Mälarsalen), Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, Stockholm (Map)
When: 12-13 November 2018 (see below)
|DP Forum member||SEK4,300|
The price includes entrance for one person for both days. Lunch both days and dinner with a special dinner speaker Monday night is included in the price. VAT is excluded. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you encounter any issues when booking.
- Anne Berner, Minister of communications (FIN)
- Cat Moon, Professor of Legal Design, Vanderbilt Law School, founder Ledger Law, COO Legal Alignment (US)
- JoAnn Stonier, Chief Data Officer, Mastercard worldwide (US)
- Max Bleyleben, Managing Director and Chief Privacy Officer, SuperAwesome (UK)
- Michelle Dennedy, CPO Cisco (US)
- Raegan MacDonald, head of EU public policy, Mozilla (US)
- Robert Bond, partner at Bristows (UK)
Speakers, panelists and moderators:
- Albine Vincent, Head of data protection officers department, CNIL (FR)
- Annie Ståhl, Head of Business Operations, Schibstedt Media (SWE)
- Caroline Olstedt Carlström, partner Lindahl and chair DP Forum (SWE)
- Egil Bergenlind, founder DPOrganizer (SWE)
- Eija Warma, partner Castren & Snellman (FIN)
- Erik Dahlberg, National Board of Trade Sweden (SWE)
- Eva Jarbekk, partner at Schjødt (NO)
- Hans Hedbom, lecturer Karlstad University (SWE)
- Helena Haapio, Associate Professor, University of Vaasa and Contract Innovator, Lexpert (FIN)
- Jacob Dexe, researcher in Public Policy and ICT at RISE SICS (SWE)
- Jeanette Gustafsdotter, CEO Swedish Media Publishers’ Association (SWE)
- Jonas Ledendal, LL.D. Business Law, Lund University (SWE)
- Katarina Areskoug, Head of the European Commission Representation in Stockholm (SWE)
- Lena Lindgren Schelin, Director, The Swedish Data Protection Authority (SWE)
- Magnus Sjögren, Group General Counsel, Bisnode (SWE)
- Maria Macocinschi, Doctoral candidate, University of Turku (FIN)
- Michael Hopp, Partner, Plesner law firm (DK)
- Raegan MacDonald, head of EU public policy, Mozilla (US)
- Richard Tromans, founder and editor of Artificial Lawyer (UK)
- Simone Fischer-Hübner, professor in Computer Science at Karlstad University (SWE)
- Sinan Akdag, Sveriges Konsumenter (SWE)
Additional speakers will be announced continuously. The conference will be held in English.
- The DPO role and the job market – trends and opportunities
- Data breach management and reporting – how to get it right
- Legal design and transparency – from “legalese” to intelligible documents
- Next generation privacy enhancing technologies – from encryption to transparency tools
- The future of loyalty schemes under the new regulations
- Grassroot litigation under GDPR – scarier than sanctions?
- The changing attitudes towards data processing
- The relationship between the DPA:s, DPO:s, controllers and processors
- Children, advertising and privacy
- Taming the online platforms – reforms on the horizon?
- Operationalising safeguards for information security – what is happening at the standardisation end?
- Data ethics and algorithmic transparency
A full description of the program will be published shortly. The program is subject to change.
Monday 12 November
Panel discussion: Six months with the GDPR
Panel discussion: Harmonisation – are we there yet?
Keynote: Anne Berner, Minister of communications, Finland
Panel discussion: Supervision and sanctions
Panel discussion with representatives from Data Protection Authorities
Panel discussion: The right to be forgotten
Panel discussion: Taming the online platforms
Panel discussion: Ad tech and tracking online
Panel discussion: Consumer attitudes towards data processing
Keynote: Robert Bond, partner Bristows
Panel discussion: Data transfers and “mixed” data
Keynote: Raegan MacDonald, Mozilla
Panel discussion: The job market for privacy pros – trends and opportunities
18:00 – 21:00
Dinner and dinner speech
Tuesday 13 November
Lecture: The future of loyalty schemes
Panel discussion: Children, schools and privacy
Keynote: JoAnn Stonier, Chief Data Officer, Mastercard
Keynote: Cat Moon, Professor, Vanderbilt Law School
Panel discussion: User friendly privacy policies
Panel discussion: Next generation privacy enhancing technologies
Keynote: Michelle Dennedy, Chief Privacy Officer, Cisco
Pitching session: Tech and design solutions for privacy and transparency
Panel discussion: Data breach reporting – how to get it right
Panel discussion: Health data
Lecture: Information security and standards
Lecture: Legitimate interests
Panel discussion: Grassroot litigation under the GDPR
Panel discussion: The year ahead
Certification training - 15 % off
We are happy to announce that Think Privacy AB will give all conference delegates a 15 % discount on the CIPP/E, CIPM and CIPT certification training held in conjunction with the Nordic Privacy Arena. All three courses are held November 14-15 – for more information and registration, click here.
The Data Protection Forum is a non-profit organisation established in 2012. We regularly arrange seminars and training days. We provide the Swedish DPA with input and give opinions on proposed legislation to the Swedish government. The board consists of ten well-reputed privacy professionals from various industries and public sector bodies.
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Jens Reiterer – www.jensdesign.se
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Highlights from Nordic Privacy Arena 2017
Nordic Privacy Arena 2017 was a massive success with around 50 speakers and nearly 300 visitors. A big thank you to everyone who made this possible from us at DP Forum.
Videos from a few select keynotes and panel discussions below.
Professor Joe Cannataci, special privacy rapporteur for the United Nations, professor Marc Rotenberg, president Electronic Privacy Information Center, professor Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg, Stockholm university, and member of the European Parliament Max Andersson on privacy legislation.
Finn Myrstad, director at the Norwegian Consumer Council, on connected toys, smartwatches, dating apps and privacy.
Panel discussion on AI, transparency and privacy with Per Meyerdierks (Google), Mikael Haglund (IBM), Rebecka Cedering Ångström (Ericsson) and Stanley Greenstein (Stockholm University).
Data protection authorities – resources, approaches and harmonization, panel discussion with Kari Laumann (The Norwegian Data Protection Authority), Paul Breitbarth (Nymity) and Hans-Olof Lindblom (The Swedish Data Protection Authority).
Safe Cities – keynote by Gemma Gordon Clavell, founder of Eticas Research and Consulting and finalist for the EU Prize for Women Innovators 2017.