The 4th Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference
2013-09-03 18:00:00
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  The 4th Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference
Shaping the Future Privacy Landscape
17th September 2013. Crowne Plaza - Le Palace Hotel, Central Brussels

www.dataprotection2013.eu
 
  The 4th Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference will take place on the 17th September 2013 at the Hotel Crowne Plaza - Le Palace in Brussels. It will follow the same format as our previous events held in December each year, with high level EU and global speakers and delegates gathering for lively and interactive discussions on the reform of the EU's Data Protection Regulation.  
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Attendance is free of charge for all representatives of the EU Institutions, Member State permanent representatives and members of the press. All other organisations pay a rate of just
€150 per delegate. For more details and payment terms & conditions please click here.
 
 
Hear direct from all the key policymakers including:
Viviane Reding
 
Viviane Reding
Vice-President and European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship
 
Jan-Philipp Albrecht MEP
 
Jan-Philipp Albrecht MEP
Rapporteur, General Data Protection Regulation
European Parliament
 
John F Ryan
 
Julie Brill
Commissioner,
Federal Trade Commission,
US Government
 
Paulius Griciunas
 
Paulius Griciunas
Vice Minister of Justice
Republic of Lithuania
 
Jacob Kohnstamm
 
Jacob Kohnstamm
Chair, Article 29 Working Party
 
Gulshan Rai
 
Gulshan Rai
Director General, ICERT, Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
 
 
Further Information:

As the amended EU Data Protection Regulation reaches agreement in the European Parliament, and negotiations in the European Council begin, this conference will ask what shape the new rules should take in order to best protect the privacy of European citizens whilst continuing to support innovation and growth in the digital economy. It will explore what the new roles and obligations will be for those responsible for implementing and enforcing the regulation, and examine whether in their current state the proposals represent the most efficient way of harmonising data protection rules across 28 member states. Finally, the event will provide an opportunity to discuss how the updated EU legislation will fit with privacy frameworks outside of Europe, asking what the future holds for the cross-border flow of data in a globalised world.
Other confirmed speakers include:
 
Christopher Graham, UK Information Commissioner
Dimitrios Droutsas MEP, European Parliament

Daniel A. Sepulveda, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, US Department of State
Giovanni Buttarelli, Assistant European Data Protection Supervisor
Paul Nemitz, Director, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, DG JUST, European Commission
Chris Sherwood, Head of Public Policy, The Allegro Group (on behalf of the Industry Coalition for Data Protection)
Thomas Boué, Director, Government Affairs, EMEA, BSA | The Software Alliance
Daniel Pradelles, EMEA Privacy Officer, HP
Jonathan Weeks, Director of Legal Affairs EMEA, Intel
Pat Walshe, Director of Privacy, GSMA
Terry McQuay, President, Nymity
Joan Antokol, Managing Partner, Park Legal
Anna Fielder, Trustee, Privacy International
Kostas Rossoglou, Senior Legal Officer, BEUC

Further speakers will be announced shortly - please check www.dataprotection2013.eu regularly for updates.
Sessions Details:

- What will the new data protection rules mean for the future shape of the European digital landscape?
As it becomes increasingly clearer what shape the revised data protection rules might take, this session will examine what long-term impact they may have for the broad range of industries and enterprises affected by the rules, and also what they will mean for the European citizens whose right to privacy forms the backbone of the regulation.

- How can industry and governments prepare for the practical implementation of the reforms?
If adopted as a regulation the rules will form a single consistent policy across 28 member states, and with this comes a new set of obligations and responsibilities which all players must adequately prepare for. This session will look at the timeframes involved, as well as focusing on how the new rules will work in practice, what areas will have the biggest administrative impact for businesses, and how efficiency measures can be built into the new rules.

- How best to ensure the interoperability of the new EU rules with privacy frameworks worldwide?
On releasing the proposal for the Data Protection reforms, the European Commission acknowledged that the rules must balance consumer privacy with the need for an efficient system of cross-border data flow. This session will address some of the concerns that still remain amongst third countries with regards to how this will work in practice, as well as examining some of the existing privacy frameworks outside the EU and to what extent co-ordination and harmonisation between these is achievable.


Further information
For more information regarding any aspect of this event, please contact Kimberley Warner on +44 (0) 2920 783 026 / kimberley.warner@forum-europe.com.

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The European Smart Grid Conference 2013
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