Privacy Laws & Business Conference – Navigating GDPR: The Art of the Possible
July 2 – 4
Navigating through rough water takes skill and experience. The GDPR is a long and complex mix of principles and practical steps making it a challenge for everyone. This year’s conference theme is the art of the possible reflecting a realistic assessment of the task ahead. The Privacy Laws & Business Conference is an opportunity to enjoy a unique friendly summer school atmosphere, while mingling with a group of Data Protection Commissioners, privacy managers, specialist lawyers and academics from many countries. The conference brings you into close contact with privacy regulators, challenges conventional wisdom, offers good networking experience and provides excellent value for money.
TrustArc will be exhibiting the Privacy Laws & Business Conference. Come stop by and say hi!
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IAPP Asia Privacy Forum 2018
July 23 – 24
Join the IAPP in Singapore for in-depth discussion on connecting Asian economies to each other and the world. In a digital age defined by cross-border data transfers and global data breaches, countries in the Asia Pacific and beyond are reforming data protection. You’ll learn about managing your organisation’s data across multiple jurisdictions at the IAPP Asia Privacy Forum 2018.
TrustArc is a sponsor and our GC and Chief Data Governance Officer, Hilary Wandall will be speaking on “Incentivising Accountability & Certifications as Enablers for Global Data Flows” on Tuesday, 24 July at 15:00.
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Getting to Know the New European Data Protection Board (EDPB)
July 25 @ 9AM PT | 12PM ET | 4PM GMT
May 25th didn’t just mark the start of the GDPR Enforcement Era, it also saw the arrival of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB). Replacing the Article 29 Working Party, this new body is at the centre of the new data protection landscape in the EU with a remit to ensure that the data protection law is applied consistently across the EU and to ensure effective cooperation amongst Data Protection Authorities. The Board will not only issue guidelines on the interpretation of core concepts of the GDPR, but also be called to rule by binding decisions on disputes regarding cross-border processing.
This webinar will introduce the new GDPR enforcer and provide insights and best practices to help you understand the latest regulatory priorities including GDPR certification and ePrivacy Regulation.
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