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GDPR Salon - Under the patronage of the Belgian State Secretary for Privacy and the Belgian Privacy Commission
Tuesday 23 January 2018, 08:00am - 05:45pm
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Data protection and data breach notification are no longer a media relations issue or opportunistic PR choice: It is law, with fines amounting up to 4% of the organization’s worldwide turnover. Not complying to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can lead to a financial drain equal to breaking EU Competition Law; a devastating amount for any business! The GDPR will affect almost every business that collects or handles the personal data of any European citizen. The legislation is welcome news for consumers who will get more say over how their data is handled, rights to be forgotten and transparency of data breaches. For organizations, the far-reaching nature of the GDPR means every aspect of a business will feel its impact and, in places, entire processes will need to be replaced or set up from scratch. GDPR covers a wide range of issues relating to personal data, such as privacy, monitoring and security. It compels businesses to apply privacy by design, disclose personal data breaches within 72 hours and encrypt the data they hold.


GDPR Salon is a unique collaboration of organizations involved in data protection and helping organizations to properly prepare for the GDPR. By attending the conference you will get the opportunity to:

  • Learn from Data Protection Authorities the most prevalent questions they receive from organizations, the main areas that they will focus on, and the available support towards organizations that are subjected to comply with the GDPR
  • Learn from the Privacy Salon, founders of the CPDP Conference, DPO Circle and experienced Data Protection Officers hands on what main challenges and pitfalls they faced and how they have been able to tackle them
  • Learn from LSEC as an association, innovative solution providers and experienced consultants their approaches and available solutions towards tooling, training and legal support

 

Presentations are available upon registration and confirmation of account, and login on the LSEC-website. 

(Download all presentations in a .zip file)

  

Preliminary Agenda: 


08.00 : Opening GDPR Salon- Breakfast & Cofee gathering, visiting the exhibition floor

09.00 : Welcome - GDPR Salon: GDPR State of Play Situation in Europe

overview presentation by Ulrich Seldeslachts including overview by Willem Debeuckelaere, Belgian Privacy Commission

09.05 : Introduction Keynotes

  • GDPR vs AVG/RGPD in Belgium, by Phillipe De Backer, Belgian State Secretary for Privacy
  • CBPL 2.0 : Organization, overview of requests & answers, guidance of controllers and processors, by Willem Debeuckelaere from the Belgian Privacy Commission
  • Q&A

09.45 : Panel 1 : Best Practices and Tools in Consent Management

Experiences and guidance moderation from Bavo van den Heuvel - Founder, Trainer & External DPO at Cranium Applied Privacy, Faculty Member at IAPP - International Association of Privacy Professionals 

Tools, technologies, training & legal:

Q&A with DPO & DPA  [part of the panel]

  • DPO experiences & challenges - Laurie- Anne Bourdain, Senior Manager Privacy at Sony 
  • Q&A with Willem Debeuckelaere, Belgian Privacy Commission


10.45 : Networking break, exhibition area open to visitors


11.15 : Panel 2 : Best Practices and Tools in Privacy Impact Assessment and DPIA


Experiences and Guidance moderation from Leen Van Goethem, CIPP E, Senior Managing Associate at Law Square

Tools, technologies, training & legal:

Q&A with DPO & DPA  [part of the panel]

  • DPO experiences & challenges - Laurie- Anne Bourdain, Senior Manager Privacy at Sony

 

12.15 : Networking lunch, exhibition area open to visitors


13.15 : Panel 3 : Best Practices and Tools in Data Protection Technologies

Guidance moderation:

Requirement Definition and Vendor Management, by Peter Berghmans Founder of Data Protection Institute & external DPO

Tools, technologies, training & legal:

Q&A with DPO & DPA  [part of the panel]

  • DPO experiences and challenges: Jan Leonard, Data Protection Officer at Orange

14.15 : Panel 4 : Best Practices and Tools in Data Leakage, Discovery & Reporting

Guidance moderation

Requirement Definition and Vendor Management, by David Callebaut, Managing Partner, Infosentry

Tools, technologies, training & legal:

Q&A with DPO & DPA  [part of the panel]

  • DPO experiences and challenges: Jan Leonard, Data Protection Officer at Orange
  • GDPR register of processing activities - What data, by whom and to what purpose, by Charlotte Dereppe, Adviser to the State secretary for privacy tbc

 

15.15 : Networking break, exhibition area open to visitors



15.45 : Panel 5 : Best Practices and Tools in Compliance Management, Audit & Control and Operations


Guidance moderation from external advisory

Tools, technologies, training & legal:

Q&A with DPO & DPA  [part of the panel]

  • DPO Circle experiences and challenges, DPO of the Belgian Privacy Commission
  • One-Stop-Shop mechanism & the new European Board and Q&A, by Romain Robert, legal officer – Policy and Consultation of the European Data Protection Supervisor [ EDPS]

16.45 : Closing Remarks by Willem de Beuckelaere, President at the Belgian Privacy Commission and Paul De Hert, chair of the board of directors Privacy Salon/director CPDP conference

17.00 : Final Network Q&A and Reception

17.45 : End of GDPR Salon 2018


Tuesday 23rd January
Area 42, Rue des Palais - Brussels


1. As a visitor

GDPR Salon supports organizations that are subjected to the GDPR [End users]. Experts from these organizations receive a significant discount to the conference, only to cover some of the incurred costs by the organizers. Suppliers are also welcome to participate against the regular entrance fee; to join the discussions and network with speakers, organizers & visitors. In addition to this, GDPR Salon offers limited sponsor and exhibition opportunities to suppliers .

Pricing & Registration:

  • End users [Data Protection Officer, Privacy & Security Manager or other related expert working within a company that is subjected to the GDPR]* = 100 € [excl. VAT]
  • Suppliers [Technology Vendors, Consultancies] = 350 € (excl. VAT)
  • LSEC Members = 200 € (excl. VAT)

Please confirm your participation via the GDPR Salon Event Registration Page

2. As a Sponsor
GDPR Salon offers limited sponsor and exhibition opportunities to suppliers. For more information please connect with  the Privacysalon.org.

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