Another Successful GDPR Comprehensive.
With our superior programme and first-in-class faculty, of course our IAPP GDPR Comprehensive 2016 was a tremendous success. London delegates spent two full days with world-recognised experts taking a guided tour of this sweeping legislation that’s sure to change how the world treats data protection.
The GDPR requires that many organisations appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and, as you likely heard at the conference, we estimate that more than 75,000 will be required in the coming months.
What’s the best way to become a qualified DPO? The combination of the IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E) and the Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM).
Learn more now about how you can become DPO Ready.
At the 2016 Comprehensive, We Learned from the Industry’s Most Informed and Trusted GDPR Experts
Co-head International Data Protection Practice, Bird & Bird
It is no hyperbole to say that Boardman, an editor of The Encyclopedia of Data Protection, has encyclopaedic knowledge of privacy and data protection law in her role leading the Bird & Bird privacy and data protection team.
Senior Counsel, Wyndham Worldwide
Through her work at Wyndham Worldwide and Disney, Sue Gold has deep experience in meeting the global challenges of operationalizing privacy. Nor is one likely to meet more regulatory scrutiny than she did at UBS, Solomon Smith Barney, and the London Stock Exchange.
A trustee with the Society for Computers and Law and an editor of The Encyclopedia of Data Protection and Privacy, Grant has a long history in data privacy litigation and international privacy consultation.
Partner, Hogan Lovells
Executive editor of the IAPP’s CIPP/E textbook and author of The Future of Privacy, Ustaran knows EU privacy backwards and forwards.
Partner, Global Head of Data Protection & Privacy, Linklaters
In his role as head of Linklaters' Global Data Protection and Privacy practice, and with his work at the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU and lecturing at the University of Brussels, Van Overstraeten is universally acknowledged as a leading thinker in privacy law.
If you’re looking for continuing privacy education (CPE) credits, this conference qualifies. You are no longer required to self-report CPEs from IAPP conferences. Instead, the maximum allowed credits for the conference you attend will automatically be applied to each designation you hold.
Available credits at the Comprehensive: 12 Group A CPEs
(Note: Credits will be applied to each designation you hold. If you hold multiple designations, credits will be applied to all.) Networking activities don’t count for CPEs. If your credits do not appear on your CPE Summary within 30 days after the event, please contact us at email@example.com.
Read our official CPE policy.
The GDPR Comprehensive Curriculum Covered Every Aspect of the Regulation:
- Key concepts, scope of application of the GDPR
- Individual rights provisions
- Core principles
- Data security
- Data transfers
- Compliance in practice: accountability
- Implications for data protection authorities and the European one-stop shop
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Although the 2016 Comprehensives have wrapped up, we offer lots of opportunities for you to learn more and stay up-to-date on the regulatory landscape. Don’t be left out!