The coming year will bring sea change to the data protection landscape, and the Data Protection Congress is the only place to find the information you need to lead your organisation into the future.
As you meet uncertainty, you can rely on the Congress to deliver intensive education and discussion on top issues like international data transfers, big data analysis, BYOD and more—with a steady eye on how the new data protection regulation will impact you. This year’s programme is replete with intensive education and discussion on the top issues in data protection today. Get ahead of the change in Brussels.
Hogan Lovells' Privacy and Information Management Practice director and partner Christopher Wolf will moderate a breakout session at this year’s IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress.
Wednesday, 11 December 2013, 15:15 – 16:30
Where Trade and Data Protection Meet: Challenges and Opportunities
Christopher Wolf, Director, Global Privacy and Information Management Practice, Hogan Lovells
Giovanni Buttarelli, Deputy European Data Protection Supervisor
Hugo Paemen, former EU Ambassador to the United States, Hogan Lovells
The ongoing EU-U.S. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks and the pending EU Data Protection Regulation make a discussion of the relationship between trade agreements and data protection timely and relevant. Join us to explore 1) the potential progress the trade talks can make in fostering cross-border interoperability and mutual recognition of data protection regimes, and 2) the relationship between the pending EU regulation, pending proposals for privacy law reform in the U.S. and trade principles.
IAPP-certified professionals may earn automatic CPE credits for each conference session that they attend.