Join us for the U.K.'s premier data protection event

IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2024 is the must attend event for privacy professionals looking to gain insights on global topics from a U.K. perspective. Join us to learn about global privacy development and how U.K. data protection has a key role in integration and implementation.

DPI: UK’s agenda 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 respected IAPP certifications.

Keynote speakers

The Viscount Camrose

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for AI and Intellectual Property)

As Minister for AI within the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, the Viscount Camrose oversees the U.K.’s strategy on artificial intelligence, seeking to build possibilities for the future that can deliver real value to society while identifying risks.

John Edwards

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

John Edwards offers his thoughts on the continued evolution of the role of data protection professionals in the face of a dynamic, ever-changing environment, while also outlining priorities around the U.K.’s data strategy for the future.

Anna Funder


Anna Funder’s internationally acclaimed, award-winning books “Stasiland” and “All That I Am” illuminate the human condition in times of tyranny and surveillance through stories of courage, resistance, conscience and love. Her latest work, “Wifedom: Mrs Orwell’s Invisible Life,” was an instant Sunday Times Bestseller and a New York Times Notable Book of 2023. Originally trained as an international human rights lawyer, Anna lives in Sydney.

Lord (Chris) Holmes

Baron Holmes of Richmond, MBE

Lord Holmes’ public service focuses on digital technology for the public good, with particular interest in AI and Blockchain, and an overall emphasis on diversity, inclusion, and accessibility.


Keynote Panel

Moderator: Ashley Casovan

Managing Director of the AI Governance Center, IAPP

Michael Birtwistle

Associate Director, Law & Policy, Ada Lovelace Institute

Alexandra Mousavizadeh

Co-founder & CEO, Evident

Natalie Semmes

Founder & CEO, Elfkare

In discussion with key AI Governance thought leaders, this panel will explore emerging themes and best practices for the adoption and operation of AI in finance, healthcare, the public sector, and beyond. Drawing insights from some of the world’s largest organizations, we will investigate emerging trends related to talent, innovation, leadership and transparency. With AI regulations and standards still nascent, the comparative work of AI indices provides up-to-date insights for implementable AI practices you can start adopting now.

Breakout sessions focused on operational realities
and international perspective

Speakers and breakout sessions at DPI: UK 2024 will cover a plethora of topics including AI governance, generative AI, intersections of U.K. legislative updates with EU and global legislative updates, technology in privacy and a range of operational topics impacting data protection concerns.

Grow your network

Make new connections through a full agenda of networking events, from one-on-one conversations to the Privacy Social reception.


DPI:UK is at etc.venues 133 Houndsditch, within walking distance to hotels and stations on the Circle line of the London Underground.

etc.venues 133 Houndsditch
133 Houndsditch
London EC3A 7BX
0800 368 6966

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