Learn how your policies and codes of conduct can make compliance simpler.
At the Congress
You’ve heard about the GDPR, you’ve talked about the GDPR, now you’re ready to do something about the GDPR.
The IAPP European Data Protection Congress 2017 takes a solution-focused approach with GDPR-oriented programming to help you devise and execute a compliance strategy.
At the same time, we’ll keep you up-to-date on other key privacy issues. Non-GDPR sessions will address privacy by design, a fresh look at privacy impact statements, data breach bootcamp, mHealth, Privacy Shield, big data, profiling, data retention policies and more.
Conference Hotel and Venue
The Congress returns to Square Brussels Meeting Centre in the city’s Mont des Arts, convenient to historical and cultural attractions and offering a broad view of the cityscape.
Discounted room rates are available. Offer expires Monday, 9 October 2017.
Square – Brussels Meeting Centre
rue Mont des Arts
Tel: +32 02.515.1300
Get directions. On-site parking is available.
Information Artist, Bio-Hacker
An artist, scientist, and deep thinker, Dewey-Hagborg explores the limits of what can be done with data and its physical manifestations.
Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, European Commission
With oversight of the GDPR, Privacy Shield, and the intersection of human rights and the digital economy, Jourová is the central figure in data protection in Europe and, perhaps, the world.
Historian, Executive Director of the Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial Foundation
Photo: Gedenkstätte Berlin-Hohenschönhausen/Arthur Schmidt
As the public policy debate about government surveillance rages, Hubertus Knabe offers the perspective of history as he explores the methods of the East German Stasi and recalls his own attempts to smuggle banned books into East Germany.
MEP, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
All eyes will be on MEP Lauristin as she serves as rapporteur for the EU's new ePrivacy Regulation, which some people think will have more impact than the GDPR.
Writer, Broadcaster, Journalist, Documentary Filmmaker
A humorist, sci-fi author, and journalist, Ronson tapped into the anxieties of social media with So You've Been Publicly Shamed, examining the hive mind that descends to scold those who make mistakes in public.
From casual encounters to formal events, the Congress offers constant opportunities to connect with fellow privacy professionals. Check out the full schedule of networking activities.
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