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Data Privacy webinars
In this Data Privacy webinar monthly series, we’ll be joined by topic market experts and Deloitte professionals to discuss some of the more pressing topics present in the ever-changing world of Privacy. The webinars open up discussions on the challenges faced in the wake of Schrems II, the growing role of digital ethics, how tooling can support your Privacy strategy and how to bring it all together through privacy and security by design.
Join the conversation, share and gain insights on how to prepare your organisation in tackling these growing Privacy challenges.
We welcome and encourage input from participants and there will be opportunity to ask questions to our panellists. We look forward to welcoming you to our webinar series. Register to receive a link to our upcoming webinar series.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Consumer trust in the digital era - privacy perspectives
3 March 2021, 09.30-11.00 CET
We live in a digital world where more data is being created and captured in every aspect of our daily lives. Building and maintaining consumers’ trust in today’s digital era has become a complex and critical issue for organizations and more than a competitive differentiator. How can organizations successfully build a “win-win” relationship with their customers while building on a model based on trust and transparency? How can organizations manage the potential risks and threats when collecting, processing and sharing consumers’ personal data online?
This webinar will debate questions as the following:
- What are the challenges and pain-points of today’s market practices affecting consumers?
- What type of common actions can a consumer take to reduce data sharing on-line?
- What is the “Privacy enhancing” B2C Plan as enabler of consumer trust?
- Are there any good “tips and tricks” your company may build upon while designing its customer transparency journey?
Host: Panel discussion with Leonardo Cervera-Navas (Director at European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)), Michal Czerniawski (Legal Officer, European Data Protection Board (EDPB), Cornelia Kutterer (Senior Director, Rule of Law & Responsible Tech, European Government Affairs, Microsoft), Farisa Khan (Privacy Attorney for the EU, The Coca-Cola Company).
Privacy, Security and Ethics by Design
17 February, 16.00-17.30 CET
In our today’s society, ensuring privacy, security, and ethics has become crucial. Implementing Privacy, Security and Ethics in the design the products or services organisations offer is imperative to avoiding legal liability, maintaining regulatory compliance, protecting your brand, reducing the risk of fines and preserving customer confidence. But how can organizations effectively incorporate this “by design approach” into their businesses?
The webinar will cover:
- How to implement privacy in a modern business environment
- What are the advantages when adopting Privacy, Security and Ethics by Design
- How does Privacy, Security and Ethics by Design work in dynamic and constantly changing design settings such as agile?
Host: Panel discussion with Athena Bourka (Data Protection Officer, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity), Rima Khan (Operational Privacy Manager, IKEA), Jan-Jan Lowijs (Manager, Deloitte Netherlands), Laurits Ketscher (Director, Deloitte Denmark).
E2E Data Privacy Management & Automation
28 January 2021, 15.00-16.00 CET
In today’s business data oriented environment, it is essential to govern and manage sensitive personal data throughout its lifecycle – from cradle to grave.
Having both a pragmatic and automated approach, data privacy management technological solution is a critical enabler to operationalise, optimise, and drive efficiencies throughout organisations’ data privacy governance programs in a continually challenging regulatory landscape.
This webinar will include:
- Deloitte insights on each phase of the data privacy lifecycle (data discovery, classification, encryption, retention...)
- How technical solutions can automate data privacy processes
- Real-world use cases and benefits
Host: Bianca de Teffé Erb – Cyber Risk Manager @Deloitte North South Europe - and guest speaker Kash Mehdi – Data Governance and Privacy Segment Leader | EMEA & LATAM.@Informatica
Privacy and digital ethics
15 December, 09.30-11.00 CET
15 December, 17.00-18.30 CET*
Artificial Intelligence has unparalleled power to transform society and businesses and, as the uptake of data and automation driven applications is progressing at rocket speed, the issues of reliability and trust have never been so important. Consumers’ attitudes show that combining innovation with sound governance and a privacy, security and ethics by design approach is a real drive for growth. This transformative power of AI must be harnessed. But with power comes responsibility and embracing AI means also embracing the challenges it brings to ensure the benefits are not overshadowed by lack of trust and loss in reputation.
We will focus on the intersection between artificial intelligence, privacy, ethics and the use of personal data. We will be joined by guest speaker Simon McDougall, UK ICO Deputy Commissioner who leads the Technology Policy and Innovation Directorate. The webinar will include:
- Regulatory perspective and the AI auditing framework
- Data protection algorithmic assurance in practice
- Building a privacy by design approach when designing and deploying AI systems
- Moving beyond compliance: the digital ethics framework
Host: Ivana Bartoletti and guest speaker Simon McDougall, UK ICO Deputy Commissioner
*Because of global demand, we will be hosting this event twice to accommodate stakeholders from different time zones. Please join the webinar which is most convenient for you.
25 November, 09.30-11.00 CET
This webinar will host an interactive panel discussion concerning the challenges and new insights originating from the Schrems-II ruling of the European Court of Justice.
The invalidation of the Privacy Shield has rekindled a number of long standing issues that are now more critical than ever. The webinar will focus on the following:
- The initial and long-term impact of Schrems II;
- How organizations are responding and navigating the certainties and ambiguities of the ruling;
- The heightened importance of accountability where mechanisms such as the Standard Contractual Clauses and Binding Corporate Rules are used;
- Strategies and measures to meet the potentially heightened criteria for Standard Contractual Clauses and data processing agreements indicated in the Schrems II ruling; and
- If the EDPB has published supplementary measures before 25 November we will of course focus on these as well.
The webinar is open for organizations from various European countries and across sectors. Our objective is to promote a lively discussion that can offer practical insights to participants and where experiences and approaches are shared.
Host: Panel discussion