Welcome to the fourth annual Nordic Privacy Arena
Welcome to two full days with keynotes, panel discussions and a dinner with a special guest speaker.
When: September 23-24 2019
Where: Münchenbryggeriet, Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, Stockholm
Secure your ticket now and save up to 20% – early bird discounts apply until June 30th 2019.
|DP Forum Member - Early Bird||SEK 3900 excl. VAT|
|Non-member - Early Bird||SEK 5800 excl. VAT|
All prices are exclusive of VAT. Non-members are eligible for discounts after applying for membership.
Ticket price includes morning coffees, lunches, dinner Monday night and refreshments during breaks. Vegetarian and vegan food will be served throughout the conference. If you have special dietary requirements, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference will be held entirely in English.
- Alexander Hanff, CEO, ThinkPrivacy
- Albine Vincent, Head of Data Protection Officers Department, CNIL
- Anders Ygeman, Minister for Energy and Digital Development, Sweden
- Daniel Westman, Independent Advisor
- Lena Lindgren Schelin, Director General of the Swedish Data Protection Authority
- Marit Hansen, Data Protection Commissioner, Schleswig-Holstein
- Michaela Angonius, Group DPO, Telia Company
- Peter Fleischer, Global Privacy Counsel, Google
- Reijo Aarnio, Data Protection Ombudsman, Finland
- Ultan O’Carroll, Assistant Data Protection Commissioner, Ireland
Monday 23 September
Opening keynote: Privacy 2020-2030
Controllers and processors
Keynote: Lena Lindgren Schelin, The Swedish Data Protection Authority
Sanctions and harmonisation
International data transfers
Keynote: Marit Hansen, Data Protection Commissioner, Schleswig-Holstein
How to build a privacy culture
Keynote: Peter Fleischer, Google
Platforms and democracy
Facial recognition technologies
Live podcast: Fahima Adem, Juristpodden
Dinner with a special guest speaker
Tuesday 24 September
Profiling and algorithmic decision making
Insurance companies and AI
Case: GDPR compliance, public sector
Cloud services and procurement
Health data and information security
Case: GDPR compliance, private sector
Q&A: Anders Ygeman, Minister for Digital Development, Sweden
Digital evidence and data retention
Closing panel discussion: The year with GDPR
The program is subject to change.
The Data Protection Forum is a non-profit organisation established in 2012. Currently it has five local regional communities in different counties in Sweden. The Forum regularly arranges seminars and training days. We provide the Swedish DPA and other regulators 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.
Frida Panoussis – www.fridarit.com
Jens Reiterer – www.jensdesign.se
Get in touch
Feel free to email us any questions to email@example.com.
Join the discussion at #NordicPrivacyArena.
Refunds and cancellation policy
Tickets are non-refundable. We do not provide refunds for orders that are cancelled or if the ticket holder does not show up for the event.
Tickets are transferable. If you wish to transfer your ticket to another person, please contact the administration at firstname.lastname@example.org to change the registered name no later than Wednesday, September 18th 2019.
Photography and video
Highlights from previous conferences
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).
Safe Cities – keynote by Gemma Gordon Clavell, founder of Eticas Research and Consulting and finalist for the EU Prize for Women Innovators 2017.
Online advertising – What’s wrong and how do we fix it? Keynote by Raegan MacDonald, head of EU public policy, Mozilla.