With the General Data Protection Rule coming into effect within one year, GDPR obviously was the focus of keynotes, discussions and sessions at European Data Protection Days 2017 in Berlin. You can now download the detailed conference report from EDPD17 for free and become GDPR-ready!
CONFERENCE REPORT EDPD17
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1ST DAY | 15 MAY
Opening remarks from EUROFORUM and the conference chair
Hitting the ground running: How regulators and businesses can really put data protection accountability into practice
Observations on the GDPR 2018 from Hong Kong’s perspective
Prof. Stephen Kai-yi Wong
Atlantic crossings: US/EU data flows
The latest developments in international data protection – one year before the GDPR will apply
Giovanni Buttarelli, Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, Hugh Stevenson, Prof. Stephen Kai-yi Wong
Transitioning towards the GDPR – Challenges and opportunities
International Data Transfers: Will Privacy Shield enable global data flows and create legal certainty?
Caitlin Fennessy, Peter Fleischer, Bruno Gencarelli,Dr Claus-Dieter Ulmer, Alan Winters
DPA Developments in the Philippines
Raymund Enriquez Liboro
The scope of EU data protection legislation vs. the scope of the EU fundamental right to data protection – which cases may be dealt with by the Court of Justice?
Dr Christoph Sobotta
One Year to GDPR: How is Google preparing?
Challenges in implementing the GDPR in an international company
Dr Axel Kessler LL.M.
Implementation of GDPR in an Airline: Ideas and first experiences in practice
Dr Barbara Kirchberg-Lennartz
Implementation of GDPR in a large multinational organization
Are businesses “GDPR-ready”?
Dr Axel Kessler LL.M., Dr Barbara Kirchberg-Lennartz, Dana Louise Simberkoff, JoAnn Stonier
Implementation of the GDPR at eBay – Experiences and learnings
Dr Anna Zeiter LL.M. (Stanford)
The new ePrivacy regulation
The Universality of consent in global data protection
Implementation of the data protection reform and international transfers: the view from the European Commission
Grappling with the internet of things, disruptive technology and cloud of things in the context of a smart nation initiative
Data protection in Tunisia as a tool for development
Héla Ben Miled
2ND DAY | 16 MAY
Digital Disinformation – Fake news and hacking in election campaigns
Dr Ben Scott
Designing for the GDPR: making it work for data subjects
Worldwide standards in data privacy – digital sovereignty as foundation for a common understanding?
Dr Claus-Dieter Ulmer
EU Fundamental rights in the cloud
DPIAs and data mapping: operationalising GDPR and privacy by design
Big Data and the GDPR: innovative or conservative?
Big Data – the silver bullet or a threat to a free society?
How to strike a balance between Big Data and data protection?
Amancio Kolompar, Yann Padova, Jules Polonetsky
Biometrics as personal data: detection, characterization and recognition
Consent and transparency under the GDPR – will it help to build consumer trust?
A global perspective on multi-jurisdictional investigations
Pseudonymization as a best practice for data protection
Employees sensitive data collection in Eastern Europe
Dr Marlena Wach
The role of the DPO in the GDP
Coordinated data protection enforcement – The new rules of the game
Dr Friedrich Popp
Turning the upcoming GDPR into a business enabler – the startup perspective
Caroline Olstedt Carlström
Getting ready for GDPR: a look at new tech to automate privacy
Nimrod Vax, Dimitri Sirota
Broadcast meets broadband: Privacy compliance in the media sector
Dr Stefan Hanloser
Negotiate cloud contracts under the GDPR
Paul Van den Bulck
The theories of harm in privacy, data protection and antitrust law
Dr Sára Hoffman
Meeting the challenge of a global GDPR and BCR program
Myriam Gufflet, John Bowman
Conference trailer and Save The Date