Huddle Zones

One of the key challenges for any event organiser is how much detail do you get into? Some delegates really want to get into the nuts and bolts, while others just want the broad strokes big picture. We have addressed this problem at the GDPR Summit by introducing ‘Huddle Zones’. The agenda sessions (with the exception of the round table discussions) will be broad strokes with the speakers then making themselves available in the ‘Huddle Zone’ for anyone who has any questions or wishes to get into the subject in greater depth.

8:50

Welcome and opening remarks from the Chair

Francesca Comyn

Francesca Comyn

Legal Affairs Correspondent, The Sunday Business Post

Less than 6 months to go: Your guide to compliance

9:00

Opening Address: Understanding how the GDPR will change the way you do business

What are the consequences of the GDPR on the processing and management of data and how it will impact businesses on a practical level?

Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson

Global Privacy Lead, KPMG UK

9:20

Consumer consent, rights, controls and criteria: Understanding how the GDPR has changed consent

  • What are data subjects’ rights?
  • How much control do your consumers have about the data you keep?
  • How does your consumer provide consent and do they know what they are consenting to?
  • How to manage withdrawal of consent requests
  • What if you have a legitimate reason to keep data?
  • What is the data essential for your business and can you prove it?
  • Building the principles of Privacy by Design into your business processes
Linda NiChualladh

Linda NiChualladh

Regulatory, Competition and Data Protection Senior Counsel, An Post Group

9:40

Data Mapping in GDPR: Lessons learned tackling Article 30 in practice

Article 30 of the GDPR pertains to records of processing activities. Data mapping is an essential prerequisite for any privacy compliance strategy. Understanding the free flow of data within an organisation is key to achieving good data governance, and is a precursor to managing an organisation’s processes for record keeping. Fundamentally critical to the success of a data governance programme, it can be complex and challenging. But, it can be done well with the proper application of resources. In this session, you’ll get practical insights about data mapping implementation, and how it can be done more efficiently to support compliance with Article 30 of the GDPR.

Ian Evans

Ian Evans

Managing Director, EMEA, OneTrust

10:00

GDPR and the future of online advertising

In May 2018 two sets of new European rules on the use of personal information will disrupt advertising and media across the globe. The General Data Protection Regulation concerns the protection of personal data. The ePrivacy Regulation concerns the confidentiality of communications. How will these two regulations disrupt online media and advertising 6 months from now?

Dr. Johnny Ryan

Dr. Johnny Ryan

FRHistS, Head of Ecosystem, PageFair

10:20

Q&A

10:35

Morning Break

11:05

Data Security and GDPR

 

Stephen Twynam

Stephen Twynam

Senior Systems Engineer (Enterprise), Citrix

11:25

Fireside Chat: In conversation with the Regulator

Our Chair explores with the Regulator the latest developments in data protection and GDPR. Have your questions ready for the DPC in this informal and interactive session where we’ll get the lowdown on the Regulator’s perspective with less than 6 months to go to GDPR compliance.

John Keyes

John Keyes

Assistant Commissioner and Head of Investigations, Office of the Data Protection Commissioner

11:55

Keynote Address: How to engage business leadership on compliance challenges

In this session you’ll hear practical ways to ensure compliance and ethics is an integral part of business strategy, the role of compliance in reviewing business processes for potential negative incentives and how to empower leadership to “walk the talk”.

Gerard Barry

Gerard Barry

Co-Founder and Chairperson, Priviti (Fintech entrepreneur Gerard is best known for having sold his Fintrax Group for €170million)

12:20

Panel Discussion: GDPR – making it real

We’ve invited the following organisations to share their insights on the success factors for GDPR implementation. Learn from their experience on how they are meeting and surpassing critical implementation check points. This is an interactive session with Q&A to follow

Ashling Cunningham

Ashling Cunningham

Chief Information Officer, Ervia

Alan Curley

Alan Curley

EMEA Privacy Manager, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson

Joe Madigan

Joe Madigan

Head of Customer Data and Retail Analytics, Bank of Ireland Group

Stewart Thompson

Stewart Thompson

Privacy Officer, IBM Watson Health

Chaired by Paul Toner

Chaired by Paul Toner

Partner, KPMG

1:05

Lunch

Roundtable Discussions:

Get answers to your specific questions on GDPR!

With less than 6 months left, regardless of the maturity of your privacy programme, everyone has some work to do. In our Round-table discussions, you set the agenda and get the answers to your most pressing questions in order to meet the GDPR implementation deadline.

Each table has a specific theme and is hosted by an expert in the field. Sign up to the discussion you want when you arrive on the day and come prepared with your questions!

Roundtable 1

Ensuring your supply chain is GDPR compliant

Aoife Sexton

Aoife Sexton

Director and Co-Founder, Frontier Privacy and Ambassador, GDPR Awareness Coalition

Roundtable 2

GDPR for the Healthcare Sector

Stewart Thompson

Stewart Thompson

Privacy Officer, IBM Watson Health

Roundtable 3

Best practice in designing your privacy policy

Brian O’Connor

Brian O’Connor

Head of Data Privacy and Business Protection, Aviva Ireland

Roundtable 4

GDPR for SMEs: An SME director shares his experience of implementing GDPR

David Waldron

David Waldron

CEO, Cloudstrong and Board Member, ISME

Roundtable 5

Planning your data breach management system

Mojtaba Akbari

Mojtaba Akbari

CEO and Co-founder, Grouper Technology

Roundtable 6

GDPR for Online Advertisers: Proposed ePrivacy Regulation

Dr. Johnny Ryan

Dr. Johnny Ryan

Head of Ecosystem, PageFair

Roundtable 7

Best approaches to establishing an Accountability Framework

Louise O’Brien

Louise O’Brien

Associate Director, KPMG and President, the Irish Chapter of DAMA, the Data Management Association

Roundtable 8

Operationalise GDPR and Privacy by Design: What to automate in your privacy programme

Ian Evans

Ian Evans

Managing Director EMEA, OneTrust

Roundtable 9

GDPR and PSD2: The commonalities and overlap between these landmark regulations

Dave Cunningham

Dave Cunningham

CEO, Priviti Group

Roundtable 10

Do you need a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and what are the functions of the DPO? 

Seán O'Donnell

Seán O'Donnell

Partner, Corporate Crime, Investigations & Enforcement, ByrneWallace

Roundtable 11

“The impact of the individual” GDPR for Unstructured Data: What are the steps to compliance?

Stephen Twynam

Stephen Twynam

Senior Systems Engineer (Enterprise), Citrix

Roundtable 12

Managing conflicting cross-border laws and regulations

Sharon O'Reilly

Sharon O'Reilly

GRC/GDPR Consultant, IT Governance

3:15

Closing remarks and summit close