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Data Protection Time For Lessons Learned

On May 25th 2018 the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force. As a result, we have seen a massive increase in awareness regarding the handling of Data. The fact that important fines are related to non-compliance of the regulation has ensured that no one takes compliance lightly.

In this context, the Data Protection Officer has a wonderful challenge on his plate as it bears important responsibilities. Almost one year after the GDPR deadline, we are able to see what the major difficulties have been, and we stand stronger to face future challenges on this matter.

During this conference we will discuss the lessons learned and most importantly acquire the knowledge and insight to be ready for what is to come. Join our experts to:
• Discuss upcoming regulations and how to prepare for them
• Learn from best practices regarding security breaches
• Gain a strategic vision on Data governance
• Be ready for inspections
• Take a closer look into the DPO’s day to day responsibilities

Audience: Data Protection Officers, Legal experts, Lawyers, Information Security, Auditors,
Data Scientist & Professionals, Project Managers ... aiming at getting involved in the data
protection field.

Sector A cross-section of industries: IT, Bank & Insurance, Telecom, Energy,
Automotive, Healthcare...

The price for the full day event, the lunch and a documentation is 399€ HTVA.
A special discount of 25% is offered to DPO circle members.
Promotion code can be found on the home page of the site (need to login as a member).

8.30 Registration & welcome coffee

Morning Session

9.00 Introduction by the President of ceremony
Jennifer Salat,
Secretary General, DPO Circle & Data Protection Officer, STIB -MIVB

9.15 Best practices on Incident Security & Data Breach handling
Ilias Chantszos,
Senior Director, Symantec
Recording, documenting and reporting personal data breaches is mandatory under
the EU GDPR.
• How do data breaches typically happen?
• Which are the relevant processes and tools to detect breaches?
• How to put a comprehensive data incident process into place?
• Lay out the key steps involved in documenting and reporting breaches
• What are the best practices for investigating and remediating breaches?
• The human factor

9.45 A practice testimony on the implementation of information security and data protection at the the Crossroads Bank for Social Security and the
eHealth platform (bilingual presentation FR/NL)
Frank Robben,
Founder & CEO of the Belgian Crossroads Bank for Social Security
CEO eHealth, CE0 SMALS

• Practical and organizational approach
• Categorization of data
• PIA
• Security policy



10.30 Coffee break & networking

11.00 Data protection from a global perspective
• What are the legal & practical implications for your data strategy & management in
case of a “No Deal Brexit”?
Cedric Burton,
Co-Chair Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice at Wilson Sonsini
Goodrich

• How to best prepare your internal data processes for a “No Deal Brexit”
• New EDPB Guidelines on the territorial scope of the GDPR
• Where do we stand with the EU-US transatlantic data flows - Privacy Shield?
• What are the consequences for data storage, hosting etc.

11.45 Upcoming regulations and case law to follow up closely in the coming months. What you need to know on
Tim Van Canneyt,
Partner, Fieldfisher
• ePrivacy & NIS
• Law on National Register
• European Court of Justice : the recent and the pending cases you should be
aware of

12.30 Walking Lunch & Networking

Afternoon Session

14.00 
The role and responsibilities of the Data Protection Officers in regards to GDPR
Philippe Renaudière,
Former DPO, European Commission


14.30 Case study: Best practices in governance -Nathalie Ragheno, First Adviser, FEB
• What status must the DPO have within the company?
• To whom does the DPO report?
• What to take into consideration when opting for an external DPO?

15.00 Coffee Break & Networking

15.30 Data Protection Management System
• Explore the essential elements of a Data Protection Management System (DPMS)
• Align the process to your own organisation
Georges Ataya, Professor, Academic Director, Solvay Business School, Managing
Partner, ICT Control, Co-founder DPO Circle

Alain Cieslik,
Scientific collaborator Solvay Business School, Security Consultant ICT Control


16.00 GDPR: The challenges for the Data Protection Officer, lessons learned & future challenges
Moderator: Jennifer Salat, DPO, STIB-MIVB & Secretary General, DPO Circle
Panelists :
Alexandra Jaspar-Leeuw, Head of Data Protection Office and Compliance, bpost
Stéphanie De Clercq, Head of Data protection & Privacy, BNP Paribas Fortis
Anastassia Negrouk, DPO, EORTC
Philippe Renaudière, Former DPO, European Commission

17.00 Q&A and closing statement by the President of ceremony
Georges Ataya,
Professor, Academic Director, Solvay Business School Managing Partner, ICT Control, Co-founder DPO Circle




17.15 End of the conference

When:
Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 8:45 AM until 5:15 PM
Where:
Hotel Thon Bristol Stéphanie
Av. Louise 91-93
Brussels,   1050

Belgium
Contact:
Jennifer Salat
Category:
DPOC seminars
Registration is required
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