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GDPR's Influence Ripples Around the World July 1-3, 2019 | Cambridge, UK
The conference will address the far reaching GDPR requirements including the added value of fair and lawful processing. We cover the GDPR’s impact both in the EU and the wider world but also its impact on company operations. There will be a session on the European novel right of collective action which has already stimulated France’s CNIL into action to impose a 50 million Euros fine on Google. Other companies are also in the frame. Compensation for damages from the exercise of privacy rights is now firmly on the agenda.
Last May’s drama of the GDPR fully applying and the adoption of the EU Member States’ data protection laws may have diminished on the surface. But data controllers and data processors will always need to pay attention, as laws have been strengthened, organisations have stricter duties and individuals have stronger rights.
A unique summer-school atmosphere
This residential conference is an opportunity to enjoy a unique friendly summer school atmosphere while mingling with a group of Data Protection Commissioners, privacy managers, specialist lawyers and academics from many countries.
Held at the beautiful St John’s College, Cambridge, where participants will enjoy the excellent facilities at the conference centre. Come and experience a classic Cambridge college and walk across the Bridge of Sighs over the River Cam.
Is GDPR a Threat to Blockchain Innovation? June 5, 2019 | Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Blockchain is considered a once-in-a-generation type of innovation. However, from a data privacy perspective, the technology has given rise to many practical concerns regarding the enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Commissioner Wong will provide some insight into the developments from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD), followed by a panel of industry experts exploring the responsible use of Blockchain in the context of GDPR. Panelists will discuss the technological and regulatory concerns with respect to GDPR and make comparisons with the Hong Kong Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance. Is HK ready for these privacy and security challenges, and what can be done to foster Blockchain innovation in HK? Join us for an evening of knowledge sharing and privacy / security industry networking.
ARMA New Jersey INFORM 2019 June 12-13, 2019 | Princeton, NJThis year at INFORM 2019, you'll have the opportunity to:Be inspired by three keynote sessions from leading Information Management experts and leaders on the topics of Artificial Intelligence (Andrew Arruda, Esq. of ROSS Intelligence), Risk & Privacy with the Rising Utilization of Drone Technology (Kathryn Rattigan, Esq. of Robinson + Cole) and Records Management / Information Governance (Nick Inglis, ARMA International).
2019 Health Law Institute June 19-20, 2019 | Minneapolis, MN
Join your clients, colleagues and friends for a fun event that delivers the health law content you need:
Practical Annual Updates
Privacy and Security Takeaways
Fraud and Abuse Enforcement Trends
Government Program Insights
Healthcare Industry Transaction Tips
Digital Health How-To’s
On-Point Ethics and Elimination-of-Bias Sessions
NIST-Facilitated Discussions on New Privacy Framework
Ellen Nadeau – Deputy Manager, Privacy Framework, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) – will brief Institute attendees on NIST’s development of a voluntary privacy framework as an enterprise risk management tool. Then, you can elect one or two of the designated breakout sessions to join active discussions facilitated by Ms. Nadeau, to advance the development of the framework.
PrivacyLive Forum June 20, 2019 | Auckland, New Zealand
Dr Andelka Phillips will discuss her ongoing research on the direct-to-consumer genetic testing (DTC) industry which has developed and grown rapidly in the last 20 years. Dr Phillips' presentation will draw on on her book, Buying Your Self on the Internet: Wrap Contracts and Personal Genomics. She will give an introduction to the DTC industry and the issues these services raise for law and society more generally. It will include an overview of the variety of tests available, discussion of the contracts used by DTC companies, as well as the privacy issues these services raise.
4th European Data Protection Law Summer School: Advancing (with) EU data protection June 24-28, 2019 | Brussels, Belgium
The Brussels Privacy Hub (BPH)’s European Data Protection Law Summer School is the only Summer School fully devoted to European data protection law and policy taking place in Brussels, gathering each year in the capital of Europe participants from all over the world interested in knowing how to apply but also how to situate, and think beyond, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Combining lectures by internationally recognised speakers, hand-on practical cases, and role-playing, it brings students directly into the heart of European Union’s legal and policy-making to give them a full-fledged vision of the challenges and opportunities of EU’s data protection, and its global role.
Identiverse 2019 June 25-28, 2019 | Washington, DC
People, applications and devices are gravitating toward a digital world where they all recognize and interact with each other. This digital world is being built on a foundation of identity security designed by a community of people with a shared vision, from technologists and practitioners to thought leaders and end users. This is the identiverse. What started ten years ago as the Cloud Identity Summit has evolved to something much bigger. It lives and breathes every day. And once a year it really shines. It summons the brightest minds in identity and security to gather and share the tools, technology and best practices that are built for today and the future. The identiverse positions enterprises to realize the full potential of a digital economy—one where identity unlocks uncompromising digital experiences that are secure and seamless for everyone.
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FREE - IAPP Information Session July 3, 2019 | Online
The IAPP is the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource. Founded in 2000, the IAPP is a not-for-profit organization that helps define, support and improve the privacy profession globally. A globally recognised IAPP credential after your name will distinguish you from others in your field and advance your skills.
IT Security Training Australia is an IAPP partner, delivering authorised training to help people preparing to sit for IAPP certifications, including both the CIPM and CIPP/E.
Join this special FREE 1 hour on-line info session to:
• Learn more about the IAPP
• Appreciate the benefits of membership
• Gain an overview of the different certifications, CIPP/E, CIPM and CIPT
• Hear how to become certified
The session will be hosted by Jim Campbell, Region Manager – ANZ and Dr Jodie Siganto CISSP CIPP/E CIPM, both of whom will be available during the session to answer any questions you may have.
There will be no CPE credits awarded for this session.
Offensive Security Conference Bangalore July 5, 2019 | Bangalore, India
RSA Conference 2019 APJ July 16-18, 2019 | Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
When it comes to cybersecurity, what defines better? New tools for building stronger walls? Sharper algorithms for predicting risk? AI and machine learning to help outsmart cybercriminals? That’s certainly part of it. Technology always has to move forward. But it’s not the only answer. Ensuring a brighter future requires all of us—everyone from the C suite to those of us on the front lines—to be better today. To stay on top of the latest threats. To put in the extra hours. To make security a top priority. And most importantly, to never forget the fundamental reason why we’re here: to help ensure a more secure world so others can get on with the business of making it a better one. This collective desire to do more is the mission of RSA Conference. We come here to experience better solutions, brainstorm better ideas, and remind ourselves that a better, safer world is ahead when we have the drive, the strength and the vision to work together to create it.
Ankura Breakfast Talk: Global Data Privacy and Security July 23, 2019 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dear Leaders, Managers and Head of Departments
- Are you required as part of your job to manage and secure employees’ or customers’ data?
- Are you worried about security breaches on your data?
- Do you want to know the latest technologies that could help secure your data?
- Do you want to know how data breaches could happen these days and how to prevent them?
- Do you want to know the applicable data privacy rules and regulations related to your business?
If your answer is 'YES' to the questions above, then this event is for you. Please join us for this exclusive, one-day only breakfast talk where the experts from the UK, US and Malaysia will share with you their insights on data privacy and cyber security.
ABA Cross-Border Institute: The Intersection of Global Discovery, Privacy and Data Security July 25-26, 2019 | Berlin, Germany
Our distinguished panel of data privacy, security and discovery experts will offer practical guidance on:
- The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Simplifying data subject access requests
- Managing a global privacy compliance program
- Responding to cross-border cyber incidents
APAC Data Privacy Roundtable July 26, 2019 | Hong Kong
The roundtable will provide participants with the opportunity to hear from practitioners from across the data privacy field. The event will include a legal update by Mr Ivan Chang, Legal Director of Addleshaw Goddard which will highlight recent topical data privacy issues and their implications. Mr Chang will also provide insight into what will likely be the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner's focus in his next review of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance ("PDPO").
The legal update will be followed by a panel discussion on Global Data Transfer and the emerging risks for the APAC region chaired by Fred Chan, Managing Director, Data Consulting & Cybersecurity, Ankura. During this discussion panellists will be asked to discuss the practical steps corporates and institutions can take in order to mitigate data privacy and security risks. Speakers will include:
- Jason Lau, IAPP Hong Kong Regional Leader, and Chief Information Security Officer
- Noriswadi Ismail, Managing Director Data Privacy, Ankura
- Jeanette Whyte, Senior Policy Manager, GSMA
Given the nature of this event spaces are limited and will be offered on a first come first serve basis.
2019 USENIX Conference on Privacy Engineering Practice and Respect (PEPR '19) August 12-13, 2019 | Santa Clara, CA
The USENIX Conference on Privacy Engineering Practice and Respect (PEPR) is a single-track conference focused on designing and building products and systems with privacy and respect for their users and the societies in which they operate. The conference organizers aim to improve the state of the art and practice of building for privacy and respect and to foster a deeply knowledgeable community of both privacy practitioners and researchers who collaborate towards that goal.
The two-day program for PEPR '19 features talks from privacy practitioners and researchers that illuminate challenges in the field and present constructive solutions. The talks encompass design proposals, research, deployed systems, case studies, and experience reports.
PEPR '19 takes place on August 12–13, 2019, and is co-located with the 28th USENIX Security Symposium and the Fifteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2019) in Santa Clara, CA, USA. Attendees will be co-registered for SOUPS and especially invited to attend SOUPS on the afternoon of Tuesday, August 13.
The Solomon Lecture: Accountability in the Age of the Artificial August 28, 2019 | Brisbane City, Australia
This year's Solomon Lecture will be delivered by Fiona McLeod SC, eminent barrister and human rights advocate, on the topic: Accountability in the Age of the Artificial.
Our aspiration for open and accountable government faces innumerable challenges, not least the natural reluctance of all governments to expose themselves to criticism and accept responsibility for failure.
Time and again, corporate and political goals take priority over just outcomes, and the human rights of individuals and communities are undervalued and ignored.
Numerous examples of bad behaviour shock us for a while, some even receiving the focused attention of high quality investigative journalism and Royal Commissions, but we are left unsatisfied, cynical and disengaged, more jaded than before, accepting the inevitability of existential threats, the comfort of algorithmic news feeds and vague promises to ‘drain the swamp’.
In this context, are big data and artificial intelligence the enemies of the people, the ultimate tools of the oligarch, or the vital tools needed to eliminate bias, improve scrutiny and just outcomes for the visionary? Is there a future in which humanity evolves alongside an enhanced hive-mind in time to avert global catastrophe and create a new vision for humanity?
Ms McLeod is the Chair of the Accountability Round Table, a former Co-Chair of the Open Government Forum and Chair of Transparency International.
She will be joined on stage by:
Madonna King (Master of Ceremonies and award-winning journalist)
Rachael Rangihaeata (Qld Information Commissioner)
Scott McDougall (Qld Human Rights Commissioner)
Dr Brent Richards (Medical Director of Innovation, Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service)
Simon McKee (Deputy Commissioner, Queensland Treasury)
2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the Right to Information Act 2009 and the Information Privacy Act 2009 in Queensland.
The Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) hopes you can join us for this special event.
Please note, there will be video and photography at this event. If you are attending but do not wish to be photographed, please let us know via the 'Contact' button below.
The event will also be live streamed at: https://www.slq.qld.gov.au/discover/live-stream
Redes Sociales Digitales: Su Relación con los Derechos a la Información y a la Protección de Datos Personales September 2, 2019 | Jalisco, Mexico
En este evento, organizado por el Instituto de Transparencia, Información Pública
y Protección de Datos Personales del Estado de Jalisco, podrás escuchar la opinión de expertos del sector público y privado en cuanto a cómo las redes sociales afectan o inciden en el derecho a la información y el derecho a la protección de datos personales. ¿Cuáles son los límites, deberes, obligaciones y derechos de los participantes en este entorno?
eSafety 2019 September 11-12, 2019 | Sydney, Australia
The online world can be an empowering, fascinating and challenging place. How do we shape the future of the internet to see it reach its full potential and be a safer, more positive experience for everyone?
Join the world’s foremost academics, industry leaders, policy implementers, educators and young people, to help tackle the most important online safety issues of our time.
Lend your voice to this vital conversation and help create the online world we want.
Asian Data Privacy Laws Conference October 30, 2019 | London, UKData protection and privacy laws work very differently in Asia compared with Europe and North America.
- How do you address privacy challenges in this fast-growing region?
- To what extent are the Asian laws responding to the EU Data Protection Regulation?
- To what extent do the APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules have traction in the region?
- In which countries should companies expect mediation to play a role