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The Global Data Privacy ConfEx, UK/Europe – Online Event aims to bring together 200+ In-house Counsel, Security Heads, Data Privacy Managers, Law Firm Partners and Law Tech Professionals. They will come together to educate, learn, network and inspire.
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* Program is subject to change without notice
08:55 AM – 09:00 AM (London Time)
09:36 AM – 09:56 AM (London Time)
Keynote Address 2
The Data Breach vs. The Ethics Breach: How to Prepare for Both
Description: In today’s age of 72-hour breach reporting and the 24/7 news cycle, data breaches seem like a daily headline. While consumers may no longer be shocked by their data being lost or stolen, the way in which an incident occurs can impact the level of reputational damage following a breach. Stakeholders are understanding the difference between a data breach that may occur from a security flaw and an “ethics breach,” where a company was careless with personal information or sought to capitalize on the improper use of data. In this session, we’ll review case studies from recent breaches and analyze which situations qualify as an “ethics breach.”
Break down the difference between a data breach and an “ethics breach”
Hear key insights from recent data breaches and learn how to avoid these mishaps
Gain an incident and breach toolkit to prepare your organization ahead of a breach
Privacy Solutions Engineer, OneTrust
10:10 AM – 10:26 AM (London Time)
Exclusive Case Study Presentation
(Service Provider makes Exclusive Case Study Presentation)
Inhouse Legal Perspective on Managing a Global Privacy Compliance Program
With the recent changes to our data privacy laws, there have been more questions raised about EU and international data transfers.
In this session, Cindy Rosser, Senior Director & AGC, Privacy, IP and Regulatory Affairs at DocuSign will give an inhouse legal perspective on how to manage a global privacy program.
We will also explore:
Evolving Data Protection Landscape
Regulatory Landscape in Key Third Countries
Challenges with Global Compliance
Sr. Director & AGC,
Privacy, IP and Regulatory Affairs, DocuSign
Senior Solutions Consultant, DocuSign
10:45 AM – 12:45 PM (London Time)
Live Round Table Discussions & Virtual Q&A Session
One-on-One Introduction: Let the industry know you and your expertise
Share your experiences on mentioned topic, operation challenges and expected solutions required (5 to 7 Minutes each)
Discussion Topic & Details-
Why Data Privacy Protection is No Longer a Soft Option for UK/Europe Businesses?
Data privacy isn’t just 'nice-to-have' IT initiatives anymore - they are business imperatives for organizations to keep up with evolving compliance needs and data privacy threats. But complying with data protection and privacy laws is a daunting challenge for any organization, particularly for those who serve international clients or are looking to expand into foreign markets. Navigating this intricate compliance first requires a clear understanding of the active privacy and security legislations.
How UK/Europe based organisations are right now seizing opportunities presented by their digitisation journey?
How to navigate potential data privacy risks and the choose paths to compliance?
Data and privacy protection in the UK: the future and next steps
How GDPR, CCPA & other data protection law helping businesses to grow?
Next steps for data sharing, and priorities for implementing the new code of practice - privacy, enforcement, and sharing data internationally
The impact of increased remote working
Online harms and the ethics of data
Creating new normal data privacy models to track patterns of life
Privacy Solutions Engineer,
Enterprise Account Director, DocuSign
Head Corporate Counsel,