As head of Facebook’s policy efforts in the EU, Baron Allan of Hallam has been deeply involved in data protection policy matters. While perhaps no firm has faced more regulatory scrutiny, neither is it likely any organisation has more insight into how policymakers see the present and the future.
NOW LET’S GET TO WORK.
The GDPR is finalised, the Data Protection Congress is returning to Brussels and you have a great deal of work ahead.
Begin at the Congress, where you’ll find thought leadership, a thriving professional community and unrivalled education.
It’s time to get to work: Start here.
From her work at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to leading U.S. President Barack Obama’s policy team to serving as the U.S. Ambassador to the OECD, Karen Kornbluh has a rare background in analysing and devising policy around technology and communications. Here she offers thoughts on the future of privacy, technological jurisdiction, and the lasting effects of the U.S. presidential election.
Gerd Leonhard focuses on ‘hard futures’, eventualities that are almost certain to come to pass, and how they will change the way we live, work and play. As he looks into the future of human-machine interactions, near-constant and ubiquitous surveillance and the Faustian bargains of ‘free’ Internet services, he sees a panoply of privacy issues with which we will have to grapple.
Nuria Oliver is a leading computer scientist examining the most pressing issues in artificial intelligence, big data, and how both can have a positive impact on society at large.
Hear from the Regulators
As the EU inches closer to a new reality with the GDPR, grapples with Brexit and continues to be a leader in developing and defining privacy public policy, the European Data Protection Supervisor and the leader of the Article 29 Working Party will offer their thoughts on the future of data protection in Europe.
The world’s two largest trading partners. The globe’s three most prominent privacy regulators. Perhaps the most hotly negotiated international privacy agreement in history. For the first time ever, the IAPP hosts a discussion between the heads of the Federal Trade Commission and the Article 29 Working Party and the European Data Protection Supervisor on the Data Protection Congress stage.
Chairwoman, Article 29 Working Party; President, CNIL
Chairwoman, Federal Trade Commission
Learn about the convergence and synergy of these regulations, and who you need to be involved with, in- and outside your organisation, to craft a sustainable compliance response.
Explore what telematics are and the benefits they can bring, practical do’s and don’ts when implementing them and much more.
Take It Offline: Networking at the Congress
Drawing some 1,000 data protection pros, thought-leaders and regulators, the Congress is brimming with opportunities to connect.
Invaluable GDPR Training Now Available
NEW! The IAPP is offering its updated, GDPR-focused European Data Protection training class at the Congress. This is where you’ll gain essential, in-depth training on the new legal framework. Learn more now!
The Series will return to DC with intensive, day-long educational programs to help you excel on the job. Offering laser-focused education, The Series gets straight to the point, giving you the specific knowledge you need, right now. Early bird discounts end November 4!
The Intensive is where data protection pros meet to talk operational privacy and practical strategies for today and scope out future challenges.
The Summit spotlights the issues that affect your job, bringing together the sharpest minds, unparalleled programs and preeminent networking opportunities. Join the thousands of privacy pros who will take advantage of topnotch training and first-class education at the world’s premier privacy conference.