A Web Series for the New Age in European Privacy

Join us for expert-led sessions exploring issues such as cookie data, international data transfers, Schrems II, privacy programmes and organisational accountability, e-privacy and privacy in a pandemic.

Now online, Europe’s #1 forum for privacy professionals brings the data protection policy debate, multi-level strategic thinking and thought-provoking discussion to you. Create your own customised programme of data protection learning from a rich menu of web events at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress Online.

With Europe’s privacy regulations evolving rapidly, you can get ahead of the changes by registering for Congress Online sessions today.

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Online and live online sessions to stay ahead of the latest data protection developments.

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Engage with mentors and peers through online roundtables.

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Gain tools and tactics to help build and manage privacy operations through our all-new Demo Center.

Free to IAPP members. Earn up to 12 CPE credits.

 

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Think of Congress Online as an à la carte menu: Create your own customised programme by registering only for the sessions you like.

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    Data Ethics: Moving Beyond Privacy into Data Ethics and TrustACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: 17 November 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by OneTrust and the IAPP

    Promoting a culture of trust that strengthens your brand both internally and externally is no easy feat. Identifying, monitoring and mitigating risk across your business and third parties, as well as creating policies, procedures and codes of conduct across different stakeholders and business units, require ethics to be placed at the centre of an organisation's practices.

    Join us for this privacy education web conference during which we will discuss the practicalities of building an ethics and compliance programme, examining key issues around whistleblowing, third-party due diligence, data risk management and awareness training.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panellists:
    Oana Ducuta, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , DPO, 2Checkout
    Andreas Klug, CIPP/E, CIPM, CPO, GVC Group
    Linda Thielová, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, Data Privacy Counsel, UK Lead, OneTrust

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Further Processing of Cookie Data: Available Legal Bases Under the ePD/GDPRACCESS NOW

    Release Date: 17 November 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    The ePrivacy Directive requires consent to use cookies unless it is necessary for the provision of the service (e.g., cookies used for the shopping basket). However, can organisations using consented cookies further process the collected data for different purposes without obtaining new consent? For example, can cookies used for a shopping basket be further used for audience measurement? Can cookie data used for audience measurement purposes, based on consent, be further processed to predict preferences or behaviour? If so, can one rely on article 6(4)’s GDPR as legal basis, which allows for further processing of data for compatible purposes? Although the ePrivacy Regulation does not define this point, our panel will provide an informative discussion with guidance on a subject with enormous consequences for the ad tech, audience measurement and publishing industries.

    Moderator:
    Rosa Barcelo
    , Partner, Squire Patton Boggs

    Hielke Hijmans, Director, President of the Litigation Chamber, Belgian Data Protection Authority
    Herke Kranenborg, Professor, Maastricht University; Member, Legal Service, European Commission
    Amy Yeung, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, Lotame

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149 USD

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    COVID-19, SARS, Influenza — How Businesses Can Weather a (Privacy) PandemicACCESS NOW

    Release Date: 24 November 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    Coronavirus has caused substantial turmoil for people and businesses all over the globe. Governments and companies are reacting to the crisis by collecting massive amounts of personal data, including location, personal relationships, previous illnesses and travel arrangements. Big Data companies are using search terms to predict the spread of the virus, and governments are revealing personal location to alert those who were in the vicinity of an infected patient. While most companies had Business Continuity Plans for a crisis, hardly any of these were created with GDPR in mind. In this session, our expert panellists discuss the several legal implications, such as: what kind of data is required to be processed and how is it protected? How are the rights of the individuals protected, and what happens to the collected information once a global crisis is over?

    Stefan Plier, CIPP/E, CIPT, FIP, Corporate DPO, Siemens Energy
    Merel Schwaanhuyser, CIPP/A, CIPP/E, CIPM, Senior Compliance and Ethics Counsel, Global Data Privacy, Accenture
    Marcus Sinha, Regional Senior Manager, EU Data Protection and Privacy, Amgen

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149 USD

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    The Face Off — How Regulators Will Take on Facial Recognition TechnologyACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: 24 November 2020

    The GDPR sets out an ambitious unified privacy approach for the EU, but regulatory practice shows facial recognition technologies are treated differently within countries. While a UK court found it permissible for the South Wales Police to use facial data to identify individuals at a large football match, the Swedish Data Protection Authority issued a fine of around £16,500 to a school board that used cameras in a classroom with the aim of automating the registration process. Examples such as these raise concerns, ranging from privacy to equal treatment. The main issues include lack of transparency and the questionable reliability of algorithms, which could lead to a lack of concise information, biased results and discrimination. Although different jurisdictions may take different tacks, the nature of this technology is global — therefore, national lawmakers and regulators must establish a borderless approach. Hear this roundtable discuss what kind of legal framework may ensure the technology is used in a way that adequately balances concerns with the social and cultural differences among the continents.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panellists:
    Leonardo Cervera-Navas
    , Director, European Data Protection Supervisor
    Márton Domokos, Senior Counsel, CMS
    Zsuzsanna Mátrai, Regional Director, Government Affairs Lead for CEE, Microsoft
    Cecilia Álvarez Rigaudias, Director, Privacy Policy, EMEA, Facebook

    Free Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149 USD

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    Privacy Made Positive: Evidence that Better Privacy Delivers Enterprise Value ACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: 25 November 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by Securys and the IAPP

    You really can do well by being good. We have proof.

    This summer, Securys embarked on a year-long research project to put hard figures against our thesis that privacy done well builds trust with all of your stakeholders, including customers and employees, and that this trust is repaid in quantifiable value across your whole enterprise. Join us for this privacy education web conference.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panellists:
    John Llewellyn
    , Partner, Llewellyn Consulting
    Preston Llewellyn, Managing Partner, Llewellyn Consulting
    Ben Rapp, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, Founder and Principal, Securys
    JoAnn Stonier, CIPM, EVP, Chief Data Officer, Mastercard

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Linking Privacy Programmes and Organisational Accountability Coming Soon!

    Release Date: 30 November 2020

    *On-Demand Only

    There has been an increasing focus on organisational accountability in privacy in recent years. Accountability is being codified in new privacy laws, regulators continue to produce guidance on accountability via enforcement orders and advisory guidelines and through specific frameworks, including the UK Information Commissioner’s Office Accountability Toolkit. Over the past year, companies with mature privacy management programmes, and members of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL), have been mapping their programmes against the CIPL Accountability Framework. This provides concrete evidence that accountability-based privacy programmes can effectively deliver compliance for organisations of all types and sizes and are demonstrable and enforceable. In this session, participating companies will discuss their journey toward creating an accountability-based privacy programme. You will hear what they have learned from the mapping exercise, how organisations can use different tools and frameworks to implement accountability and concrete examples to help you refine your own programme.

    Moderator:
    Bojana Bellamy, CIPP/E
    , President, Center for Information Policy Leadership, Hunton Andrews Kurth

    Vivienne Artz, CPO, Refinitiv
    Damien Kieran, CPO, Twitter
    Chris Taylor, Head of Assurance, U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office

    Free pre-recorded Web Conference to IAPP Members; Non-members $149 USD

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    Privacy 2020 in Review and Looking Ahead to 2021 ACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: 1 December 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by OneTrust and the IAPP

    There has been no shortage of privacy news in 2020. The California Consumer Privacy Act and Brazil's General Data Protection Law became effective and enforceable, the "Schrems II" decision invalidated the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, Californians voted on the California Privacy Rights Act, new privacy laws were introduced or proposed in New Zealand, Dubai, and South Korea, and much more.

    Join us for this privacy education web conference during which we will review what the latest changes in the global regulatory landscape mean for your privacy programme, as well as share insight predictions for what 2021 will bring.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panelist:
    Alexis Kateifides, CIPP/E
    , Privacy Counsel, OneTrust

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Cookies Aren’t Dead! They Just Need Further Baking ACCESS NOW

    Broadcast Date: 2 December 2020

    *All sessions are available as recordings after original broadcast date.

    Brought to you by Osano and the IAPP

    The writing has been on the wall for some time: The rules surrounding third-party cookies used for online tracking, advertising efforts and even routine website functionality would have to change to accommodate evolving customer expectations of privacy. When Google announced it would phase out third-party cookies earlier this year, it seemed to signal the end had come for their use, and the online advertising industry would need to look for alternatives. But that's not entirely true. Cookies are still a viable way to gain insights and, if utilized properly, can abide by compliance requirements. Join us for this privacy education web conference to hear from industry experts.

    Host:
    Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
    , Knowledge Manager, IAPP

    Panelists:
    Arlo Gilbert
    , Co-Founder and CEO, Osano
    Peter McLaughlin, CIPP/US, CIPT, Partner, CulhaneMeadows
    Dana Simberkoff, CIPP/US, Chief Risk, Privacy and Information Security Officer, Avepoint

    Free IAPP Web Conference

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    Deutsche DSB über ihre Erfahrungen mit der DSGVOACCESS NOW

    Datum: 3. Dezember 2020

    This session will be delivered in German.

    *Alle Webkonferenzen sind als Aufzeichnungen nach der originalen Übertragung verfügbar.

    In dieser rasanten sechzigminütigen Diskussionsrunde schildern deutsche DSB ihre Erfahrungen seit Einführung der DSGVO. Was waren ihre bislang größten Leistungen? Was stand ihrem Erfolg im Weg? Welche Prozesse haben sie abgeschlossen, nur um sie nach Erhalt neuer Informationen von der Organisation oder neuen Anweisungen von den Aufsichtsbehörden wiederholen zu müssen? Inwiefern unterscheidet sich der Datenschutz in der Praxis von dem in den Gesetzestexten? Das Publikum darf sich auf ähnlich lebhafte und informative Gespräche freuen wie die, die diese Sitzung schon im vergangenen Jahr zu einer der beliebtesten gemacht haben.

    Jana Fuchs, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Director and General Counsel, EMEA, EU DPO, Cerner
    Sebastian Kraska, DPO, Lawyer, IITR Datenschutz
    Barbara Schmitz, Chief DPO, Osram

    Kostenlose IAPP Webkonferenz

 

Additional session details coming soon.

Continuing Education: This web series qualifies for up to 12 CPE credits. While the IAPP has not applied for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) accreditation for this programme, each U.S. state has its own MCLE rules and regulations, including its own definition of MCLE. As a result, certain IAPP programmes may be eligible for attorneys to self-report their attendance. Please email mcle@iapp.org to request your Uniform Certificate of Attendance (COA) and information regarding MCLE reporting.

Share Ideas: Discussions with Peers, Q&A with Experts

Gain deeper perspectives on European data protection issues in these interactive online forums!

“Ask the Expert” series

Unique opportunities to quiz some of privacy’s top minds. No questions are off limits in these interactive LinkedIn Live sessions. After the event, you may submit your participation for 1.0 CPE. Submit here.

Free to all.

How to Run a Global Privacy Programme out of the EU
Caroline Louveaux (Mastercard) & Mikko Niva (Vodafone)
8 December | 16:00 CET | 1 CPE | Registration coming soon

Additional sessions coming soon.

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Peer-to-Peer Roundtables

Connect with your peers over shared interests in these moderated online discussions. Each roundtable will have a general theme for discussion in groups of 20-25.

Free to IAPP members, $149 USD for non-members.

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Find Solutions: Resources to Build Programmes and Careers

Meet product and service providers in our virtual exhibition hall and hear about the latest technology in Privacy Tech Talks.

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Privacy Tech Talks

Discover upcoming tools and technology to improve your privacy programme through a fun, casual discussion with IAPP leaders and other organisations’ leaders.

Privacy Tech Talk with OneTrust
Kabir Barday, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, CEO, OneTrust
1 December 2020

Privacy Tech Talk with OneTrust DataGuidance
Ian Evans, Managing Director, EMEA, OneTrust DataGuidance
8 December 2020

Privacy Tech Talk with Securys
Andrew Sharp, CIPP/E, CIPM, Practice Lead, Securys
8 December 2020

 

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IAPP Demo Center

The Demo Center provides easy access to online demonstrations of the latest privacy products and services. Just click on a category then on the vendors you want to see demos from.

Categories including data mapping, data subject request, data discovery, DPO as a service, consulting services and more.

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