Welcome + Introducing the speakers, participants and workshop
This one-day facilitated workshop combines the legal implications of the GDPR with information management, governance and security best practices and guidelines. The workshop starts at 14.00h and ends around 21.00h, and is interrupted by an afternoon tea/coffee break and a dinner buffet around 18.00h
The GDPR from a Lawyer's Point-of-View (Antoon Dierick en Patrick Van Eecke, DLA Piper)
Data protection throughout the years
The essence of the GDPR
The rights of the data subject
Advantages of a privacy compliant strategy
Personal data and sensitive data
The role of Data Protection Authorities (DPAs)
The role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO)
Obligations of data controllers and processors
Checklists and steps to take to become GDPR-compliant
The GDPR from a Data Governance Point-of-View (Christoph Balduck)
Get control over your data
Privacy by design and Privacy by default
Doing a Privacy Readiness and Impact Assessment
Identifying gaps and opportunities
Implementing consent management and the right to be forgotten
Is there a reference architecture for privacy and data protection ?
How does the GDPR impact big data processing and analytics ?
Profiling, anonymisation and pseudonymisation
Best practices for organising information and data governance
What are the tasks of the DPO ?
Passwords, encryption, identity and access management
Responding to a data breach
Business and IT changes to support:
data breach detection, handling and the strict timeframes for reporting
the right to be forgotten
Data privacy strategy: how to use privacy as a positive differentiator?
Integrating privacy impact assessments in every project and the corporate mindset
A practical checklist for your GDPR compliance plan