Key provisions in GDPR were deliberately drafted in an imprecise way, focusing on defining high-level goals for processing personal data but not laying out in detail how these objectives can be achieved. Instead, GDPR took a future proof regulatory approach, enabling service providers in different sectors to come up with the practical implementation themselves. In other words, the regulator defined “what” needs to be achieved and left the “how” to stakeholders closer to the implementation.
At SCOPE Europe’s debate on “GDPR and the implementation of its modern regulation”, these new regulatory tools are discussed and best practices shared. The speakers will focus on both technical methods (e.g. privacy management software and open source) and legal approaches (e.g. compliance supported by approved Codes of Conduct and Certification under GDPR).
(panel will be followed by an open Q&A):
- Peter Schaar
(Chairman of the European Academy for Freedom of Information and Data Protection & Former German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information)
- Dr. Judith Nink
(Data Protection Officer and Director for Policy, eyeo GmbH)
- Lorena Marciano
(Data Protection & Privacy Officer, Cisco & Member of the EU Cloud CoC General Assembly)
- Jörn Wittmann
(Managing Director, SCOPE Europe)
- Thomas Niessen
(Managing Director, Trusted Cloud)
Introduction and Moderator: Jonathan Sage (Government and Regulatory Affairs Executive, IBM & Chairman of the EU Cloud CoC General Assembly)
25. October, 2:30-3:50pm Rue de la Science 14, 1040 Brussels (5 minutes walking from ICDPPC venue)
Please register via our online form here.
This event will be open to all interested participants; registration with ICDPPC will not be mandatory for attendance but registration via the abovementioned form.