Be part of something bigger

U.K. data protection is its own domain but also part of a global ecosystem. Explore local data protection issues from an international perspective at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2023.

DPI: UK’s programme features keynote speakers, breakout sessions and workshops diving into data protection laws, regulations, technology, and operational practices. Training and workshops provide deeper knowledge and preparation for globally recognised IAPP certification.


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Keynote speakers

Michelle Donelan

Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology

Michelle Donelan is the secretary of state for the newly created Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) which will spur stronger growth, better jobs and bold new discoveries. The Department for Science, Innovation and Technology is the lead U.K. government department on areas of importance for data protection professionals, such as data privacy, cyber security, digital identity, and digital infrastructure.

John Edwards

Information Commissioner, U.K. Information Commissioner's Office

John Edwards reflects on his first 14 months in his post as U.K. Information Commissioner, while also outlining priorities around the U.K.’s data strategy for the coming years.

Keynote Panel


Moderator: Joe Jones

Research & Insights Director, IAPP

Elizabeth Denham CBE

International Advisor, Baker McKenzie

Max Schrems

Honorary Chairman,

2023 is destined to be a big year for the GDPR’s hottest and trickiest issues: enforcement, adtech and international data transfers. Join us for a conversation between the chairman and founder of noyb, Max Schrems, whose organisation has launched some of the biggest cases around data protection, Elizabeth Denham, CBE, former commissioner for the ICO, and IAPP Research Director Joe Jones.


Keynote Conversation

Bojana Bellamy

President, Centre for Information Policy Leadership

Tim Clement-Jones

Democrat House of Lords spokesperson for Science Innovation and Technology

Clement-Jones draws on a career of deep work in artificial intelligence, international relations, and online harms to inspire and challenge business leaders to elevate data privacy practices in their firms and sectors.

Breakout sessions focused on operational realities and international perspective

Speakers and breakout sessions at DPI: UK 2023 will cover topics including artificial intelligence, children’s privacy, cross-border data transfers, statutory updates in major jurisdictions, and a wide range of operational issues.

Grow your network

  • Make new connections through a full program of networking events, from one-on-one conversations to grand receptions.


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