How are you preparing to comply with new data reforms? As we await the passing of the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill, organisations are reviewing their processes. Whether you work in the public, private or voluntary sector, get ahead of the upcoming changes and understand the potential implications for your organisation. What are the opportunities to harness growth and innovation and minimise data protection risk in a post-Brexit environment?
Join us, in London or online, for Westminster Insight’s Data Protection and Privacy Conference: A New Direction. Prepare for the changing roles of DPOs and data controllers and understand how your responsibility to respond to subject complaints may evolve. Review the ICO’s expectations, including a new proposed threshold for reporting breaches. Learn how to assess challenges and vulnerabilities to minimise the risk of being fined.
In difficult economic times, how can you build trust with users and protect your reputation by embedding privacy in your communications? Learn from best practice how to navigate existing frameworks for international data transfers and UK adequacy.
Hear about the ethical implications of data use in automated decision making and artificial intelligence and how to overcome the challenges. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain important updates, share your ideas and network with data and privacy professionals. Choose to attend in-person or online.
- Next steps for the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill and adapting to new reforms
- Harnessing growth opportunities from a more flexible data environment
- Understanding UK data adequacy and safeguards for international data transfers
- Building trust and accountability in your organisation
- Overcoming operational challenges to meet privacy requirements
- Approaches to identify and minimise data protection risks
- Best practice: privacy by design
- Marketing best practice: privacy, cookies and beyond
- Overcoming the ethical challenges of data processing with automated systems and AI
Venue Details and Access
In-person – This conference will take at the Institution of Structural Engineers, London. Attend this half-day event in person to network, build relationships and learn from your peers.
Online – The conference will be recorded and live streamed via a custom digital platform. The content will be available on demand for 14 days.