Last Updated: December 2017
As most privacy professionals know by now, the GDPR came into force in May of 2018. The list of data governance issues to be tackled is large, with many new requirements for anyone doing business with EU citizens. Many organizations, in fact, will have to appoint a data protection officer with specific tasks and responsibilities. Given these new demands, the IAPP has arranged for DPOs and privacy leaders who run some of the world’s leading privacy programs at organizations in the EU and around the globe to share their thoughts and insights with you about how to prepare for the coming obligations.
All web conferences in this series are free to IAPP members.
- Rita Heimes, CIPP/US, CIPM, Research Director and Data Privacy Officer, IAPP
- Jussi Leppälä, CIPP/E, CIPT, CIPM, FIP, Data Privacy Officer, Valmet Corporation
- Alejandro Giordano Carranco, Personal Data Protection Compliance Lead, Legal Affairs Director & Legal Counsel, AT&T, Mexico
- Andy Dale, Vice President, Legal and Data Protection Officer, DataXu
- Emily Wall, CIPP/US, CIPM, Global Compliance Director, DPO, Live Nation Entertainment
- Gabriela Krader, CIPP/E, Corporate Data Protection Officer, Deutsche Post DHL Group
- Vivek Narayanadas, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, Senior Counsel and Data Protection Officer, Rubicon Project
- Zoe Strickland, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPT, Managing Director, Global Chief Privacy Officer, JPMorgan Chase
- Emma Butler, Data Protection Officer, Yoti Ltd
- Steve Wright, Group Data Privacy & InfoSec Officer, John Lewis Partnership
- JoAnn Stonier, Global Privacy & Data Protection Officer, MasterCard Worldwide