Key Points
  • Analysing the Data Protection Bill
  • Practical GDPR Compliance and Preparing for the Data Protection Bill
  • Next Steps for Customer Data Protection, Privacy and Trust
  • Cyber Security
Guest of Honour

Ian Deasha Group Manager, Information Commissioners' Office

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Overview
Taking place in the wake of Facebook’s high profile misuse of personal data, the increasing threat of cyber-attacks and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement being activated, attend this event to ensure your data protection provision is up to meeting the challenges of the modern digital age.

Westminster Insight’s Data Protection and Privacy Forum explores best practice in compliance with the new GDPR regulations, preparations for the impending Data Protection Bill, cyber security defences and improving customer privacy and trust.

Delegates will get clarification about data protection laws specific to the UK with an update on the Data Protection Bill, supplementing the GDPR. Aimed to give people more control over their data, prepare Britain for Brexit and support businesses in your use of data. Understand its timeline for implementation, regulation and enforcement and what actions your business can take now to prepare.

Despite an implementation date of 25 May 2018 and high non-compliance fines, many businesses admit to still being unprepared for the GDPR. Take the opportunity to hear from the Information Commissioner’s Office about what you should have in place to be compliant with the new legislation and learn from businesses who have taken the lead in developing new systems and processes to ensure business runs as usual after implementation.

Delegates will also examine how to build trust with customers around data, privacy and security and how consent and data rights awareness can be used as a competitive advantage. Including how to balance privacy rights with the value of data.

The event will close with a panel discussion highlighting the latest initiatives to fight against cyber security threats. Including the importance of scenario planning and how to report and manage damage in the event of a breach.

With digital technology evolving so quickly don’t miss this opportunity to ensure your data protection is ready, responsive and robust.

Agenda
Start

08:30 - 09:00
Registration, Coffee and Networking

 

09:00 - 09:05
Chair and Westminster Insight Welcoming Remarks

 

Speakers

Jon Baines Data Protection Advisor Mischon de Reya, and Chair National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers

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09:05 - 09:45
Keynote Address: GDPR Compliance and the Data Protection Bill

 
  • Understanding GDPR requirements, compliance and enforcement
  • Strategies you should have in place by now and ensuring business runs as usual after implementation
  • The difference between the DP Bill and the GDPR
  • Timeline for introduction, regulation and enforcement
  • What you can do to prepare
- - - -  Question and answer session with delegates - - - -


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Ian Deasha Group Manager, Information Commissioners' Office

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09:55 - 10:45
Practical GDPR Compliance and Preparing for the Data Protection Bill

 
  • Top priorities – what you should have done by now and next steps
  • Best practice in developing new systems and processes to ensure GDPR compliance
  • Ensuring data protection is a company-wide concern not just an issue for IT
  • Privacy Impact Assessments
  • Transitioning to ‘Privacy by Design’
  • Specific requirements for SME’s and start-up’s in ensuring compliance
  • Storing, managing and transferring data
- - - -  Question and answer session with delegates - - - -

Speakers

Cameron Craig Group Head of Data Privacy, HSBC Holdings PLC

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Robert Clifford Head of Data Strategy Data & Identity Directorate, Home Office

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Stewart Room Partner, Joint Global Head of Data Protection and Global Legal Services Leader, PwC UK

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10:45 - 11:15
Networking and Refreshment Break

 

11:15 - 12:05
Next Steps for Customer Data Protection, Privacy and Trust

 
  • Building trust with customers around data, privacy and security
  • The line between data capture and the ability to offer personalised content and privacy
  • Understanding consent
  • Raising customers awareness of their rights in regard to personal data
  • Using privacy and trust as a competitive advantage
  • Options for customers to control how their data is shared, accessed and used
  • Understanding children’s privacy
  • Implications of the E-Privacy Directive
  • Understanding the right to be forgotten and dealing with removal requests
- - - -  Question and answer session with delegates - - - -


Speakers

Giles Watkins Country Leader UK International, Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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Camilla Graham Wood Legal Officer, Privacy International

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Boris Wojtan Director of Privacy - GSMA and Member, European Advisory Board International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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12:05 - 12:55
Cyber Security

 
  • The future of cyber security and how companies can prepare for what is to come
  • Business continuity and resilience – the importance of scenario planning
  • Breach reporting and accountability
  • Managing publicity and reputational damage
  • Lessons learnt from recent cyber attacks
- - - -  Questions and answer session with delegates - - - -


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Ahana Datta Head of Cyber Security and IT Risk, Financial Times

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12:55 - 13:00
Closing Remarks

 
Chair’s and Westminster Insight’s Thanks

End

Speakers

Ian Deasha Group Manager, Information Commissioners' Office

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Jon Baines Data Protection Advisor Mischon de Reya, and Chair National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers

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Cameron Craig Group Head of Data Privacy, HSBC Holdings PLC

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Robert Clifford Head of Data Strategy Data & Identity Directorate, Home Office

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Stewart Room Partner, Joint Global Head of Data Protection and Global Legal Services Leader, PwC UK

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Giles Watkins Country Leader UK International, Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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Camilla Graham Wood Legal Officer, Privacy International

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Boris Wojtan Director of Privacy - GSMA and Member, European Advisory Board International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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Ahana Datta Head of Cyber Security and IT Risk, Financial Times

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Venue details

Central London


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