European Data Protection Days

Meet privacy institutions,
privacy officers and data protection specialists from all over the world!

Meet 180 data protection officers from
more than 20 countries -

Best practice from renowned companies
Inspiring expert speakers
Excellent networking opportunities
This event combines it all!

News and Updates for the European Data Protection Days

Ted Dean will defend the US point of view at EDPD

Ted Dean (U.S. Department of Commerce) will be explaining the US view on data protection at the European Data Protection Days
EUROFORUM is proud to confirm Deputy Assistant Secretary Ted Dean from the U.S. Department of Commerce as a speaker for the 5th European Data Protection Days. Mr Dean is a key figure in the creation of the Safe Harbor Principles.

The Safe Harbor […]

Julie Brill and Giovanni Buttarelli at EDPD

Exciting news – these two data protection influencers will be attending the conference:

Julie Brill, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, USA, will be joining with her keynote us on the first day of the congress.

Giovanni Buttarelli, European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), will hold a keynote with the topic: Value of the EU Data Protection Reform against the Big Data challenges.

After the keynotes, […]

The full program is ready!

We are delighted to present to you the full program of the 2015 5th European Data Protection Days!

The two days are full of exciting speakers from all over the world.

Download the brochure now to get a look!


Infographic – What importance does cyber security have in your everyday life?

We asked you to help us find out what importance data protection and cyber security have in your personal and professional life? We gathered the results, compared Europe to Germany and put the findings in an infographic.

Download the infographic now and let us know if you were surprised by any answers or differences. We look forward to hearing your feedback!
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Keynote – Ben Wizner, Edward Snowden’s Lawyer

Ben Wizner is director of the ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project. He has litigated numerous cases involving post-9/11 human rights violations, including challenges to airport security policies, government watchlists, targeted killings, extraordinary rendition, and torture. He is a legal advisor to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Ben is a graduate of Harvard College and New York University School of Law.