An overflowing room learned new strategies for raising organisational privacy awareness, including using “up-goer five” language.
A HUGE YEAR FOR THE INTENSIVE
At the largest Data Protection Intensive to date, pros from around the world gathered in London to explore all-things data privacy.
It’s no surprise that the GDPR was front and center of conversation, particularly the mandatory DPO requirement, but we covered scores of issues—from children’s privacy and financial technology to career development and more.
If you missed it, not to worry. Keep reading for the conference highlights!
Renowned Keynote Speakers
Security Researcher, Analyst and Author, K3r3n3
Think hackers are your worst enemy? Hear why they’re necessary, and even beneficial, for the future of the Internet.
Information Commissioner, Information Commissioner’s Office U.K.
As Graham looks back at his 7 years as a privacy regulator, he’ll share his learnings and insights into the future of privacy in Europe.
Head of Analytics, Transport for London
What’s more vital to London than the Tube? Transport for London likely has more access to customer data than anyone else in England. How do they use that data to make smart decisions for commuters while protecting privacy and avoiding breaches? Well, that’s Lauren Sager Weinstein’s job.
CTO, Intel Security
How can you leverage the newest trends in infosecurity to make your privacy programme more robust and effective? Samani, a longtime cyber expert, has some ideas.
We dove into the key changes ahead and how processors can effectively prepare for the GDPR.
Ever wonder what other organisations’ incident management programmes look like? We found out here.
The Intensive in the News
With the release of a new study about the potential need for new DPOs across Europe, there was some big news coming out of the Intensive this year. Read some of the top stories:
ComputerWeekly GDPR will require 28,000 DPOs in Europe, study shows