The IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive returns, featuring even more educational programming centered on the very latest in data protection. With the addition of an all-new preconference day, the Intensive now offers three full days of education, discussion and debate on the issues you need to know about now.
This year’s programme includes:
• Responding to requests from foreign authorities
• Best practices for BYOD
• Personal data in the age of big data
• The proposed regulation from policy to practice
Hogan Lovells partners Chris Wolf and Gonzálo Gállego will be speaking in two different sessions:
Wednesday, 24 April
12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
Reexamining U.S. Privacy Law Adequacy and Interoperability
• Moderator: Christopher Wolf, Co-chair, Privacy and Information Management practice, Hogan Lovells US LLP
• Stephan Geering, EMEA Manager – Global Data Privacy Office, Citigroup, Inc.
• Glyn Jenner, Assistant General Counsel & SVP, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
• Robert M. Sherman, Manager, Privacy and Public Policy, Facebook, Inc.
Both the EU and U.S. are poised to reshape their privacy laws, with the EU finalising a new General Data Protection Regulation and the Obama administration proposing a new privacy Bill of Rights. Against this backdrop, an expert panel will explore the effectiveness of U.S. privacy law in meeting the EU’s adequacy standard and discuss the challenges ahead in maintaining interoperability, as both EU and U.S. privacy laws evolve.
Wednesday, 24 April
3:45 – 4:45 p.m.
Sensitive Data and Emerging Technologies: Friends or Foes?
• Moderator: Noemí Alonso Calvo, CIPP/E, Privacy Compliance Manager EMEA, Johnson & Johnson
• David Evans, Group Manager - Business and Industry, UK Information Commissioner's Office
• Gonzálo Gállego, Partner, Hogan Lovells International LLP
• Wojciech Rafał Wiewiórowski, PhD, Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data (GIODO), Polish DPA
Learn about the privacy challenges introduced by new technologies that are starting to be used in the field of healthcare, including web assistance, mobile apps, information websites and others, and the benefits these technologies bring. You’ll hear specific examples of the advantages these new technologies may have for governments, particularly with regard to aging populations and the impact of the economic crisis.