Call for proposals open

Contribute to the data protection profession and elevate your profile in the industry by speaking at IAPP Data Protection Intensive: Deutschland 2023. We are looking for speakers with innovative ideas, new views on industry trends and insights into the operational issues facing data protection professionals in Germany. Submit your proposal for this solutions-oriented event today in your area of expertise. Proposals can cover data protection issues from around the globe but should still retain a focus on Germany.

Speakers are welcome to submit proposals for sessions in German or English. Please note that the submission form is only available in English.

Deadline to submit: 12 February

IAPP Data Protection Intensive: Deutschland 2022 gave more than 200 data protection professionals opportunities to engage regulators directly and to explore German and international issues in depth.

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  • • Adtech and online advertising.
  • • Artificial intelligence
  • • Balancing regulatory demands and progressiveness
  • • Data protection programme management.
  • • Children’s privacy.
  • • Data governance.
  • • Data security.
  • • Data sovereignty and localisation.
  • • Data subject requests.
  • • Emerging privacy technology.
  • • Enforcement trends and insights.
  • • Globalising your privacy programme.
  • • Hiring and retaining talent for your privacy team.
  • • International privacy regulatory updates.
  • • Managing privacy risks.
  • • Mergers and acquisitions.
  • • Online safety.
  • • Personal data protection issues to global data strategy.
  • • Role of the DPO.
  • • Transborder data flow.

What aspect of data protection ignites your passion? Share it with your peers by submitting a proposal today.

IAPP DPI: DE 2022 provided opportunities
to connect with regulators and colleagues

IAPP Data Protection Intensive: Deutschland 2022 gave more than 200 data protection professionals opportunities to engage regulators directly and to explore German and international issues in depth.

Breach response, changes in compliance requirements, international data transfers and integrating technology into data protection programmes were among the topics explored during keynotes and breakout sessions. Regulators and data protection officers shared their experiences during the popular ‘Know Your Regulators’ and ‘German DPOs Share GDPR Stories’ sessions. Delegates participated in back-and-forth discussion with the people making and enforcing data protection regulations.

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Keynote Speakers

Keynote Panel

Moderator: Ulrich Baumgartner, CIPP/E

Regional Leader, DACH, IAPP, Partner, Baumgartner Baumann

 

Marit Hansen

State Data Protection Commissioner of Land Schleswig-Holstein

Andreas Sachs

VP, Head of Cybersecurity and Privacy Engineering, Data Protection Authority, Bavaria, Private Sector

 

Keynote Panel

Moderator: Ulrich Baumgartner, CIPP/E

Regional Leader, DACH, IAPP, Partner, Baumgartner Baumann

 

Thomas Petri

Bavarian State Commissioner, Data Protection

Michael Will

President, Bavarian State Office, Data Protection Supervision

2022 sessions focused on practical solutions

International Data Transfers Master Class

Panelists addressed overcoming legal risk and exposure around international data transfers resulting from the ‘Schrems II’ decision. The speakers discussed points including the status of developing a Privacy Shield 2.0; interplay between GDPR’s territorial scope of application and rules governing cross border transfers; and methodology for conducting TIAs.

 

German DPOs Share GDPR Stories

German DPOs discussed their post-GDPR experiences, including their greatest accomplishments and barriers to success. They described processes they completed, only to repeat them after receiving new information from the organisation or new guidance from regulators, and how data protection on the ground differed from the laws on the books.

 

Operationalising the New German ePrivacy Law (TTDSG)

With the TTDSG having taken effect on 21 December 2021, data protection professionals are grappling with new operational challenges in the realm of telecommunications, telemedia and online advertising more generally.

This session explored how data protection professionals are handling new operational challenges that emerged when the TTDSG took effect. Speaker discussed building new measures into data protection programmes while complying with the GDPR. They touched on TTDSG compliant cookie policies, banners and consent, among other vital operational tasks, and explained how the TTDSG will be enforced both in Germany and in cross-border cases.

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