Five reasons to attend Data Protection World Forum

As we step forward into a new era of data security, it is essential that we know and understand the realities of landmark legislation that has fallen in 2018.

 Only then can we begin to collaborate as a global business community, define opportunity and grow while upholding the data privacy upon which business integrity and personal safeties depend.

Data Protection World Forum

Coming to London’s Excel on the 20th and 21st of November, Data Protection World Forum (DPWF) is a handrail in the dark for business leaders trying to identify behaviours and practices required for compliant future growth.

Read on to discover five key reasons you should be attending this landmark event.

  • The latest data protection issues

We’re getting to grips with best data-administration practice, but MiFID ii needs equal attention as a means to bring more resiliency to financial markets. Keynotes and panel debates at DPWF will offer guidance to employers as they bid to build sounder financial infrastructures while continuing to strengthen adherence to GDPR and the forthcoming ePrivacy Regulation.

  • Live debate in context

As the wheels of Brexit begin to turn, DPWF explores how UK firms do business with the EU, whatever the situation come the end of March 2019. The influence of technology will come under similar scrutiny, with discussion revolving around on how blockchain can exist in the apparently contradictory climate of GDPR.

  • Engaging and content-rich

Industry-leading opinion and debate across a variety of platforms make for an enlightening, multi-perspective experience at DPWF.

The Keynote Conference sponsored by OneTrust will see data protection and privacy experts deliver deep-dive presentations, while the Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Seminar will turn the dial on compliance for financial institutions.

  • Leading authorities from the data protection frontline

From Steve Wood, Deputy Commissioner at the Information Commissioner’s Office, to Marloes Pomp, Head of Blockchain Projects at the Dutch Government, and, Marie-Louise Gächter, Data Protection Officer of the Principality of Liechtenstein. DPWF brings the best minds together from a multitude of industries. The result is forensic insight within a world-class forum at the cutting edge of the global data security debate.

Vital networking at a crucial time

The DPWF is about you and your organisation getting a steer on the very latest legislative developments in data security and beyond. Delegates can put their questions to the specialists, share ideas and network, so that we can coordinate efforts and isolate solutions more effectively within our complex legislative landscape.

Attend for Free

Coming to London’s Excel on 20th and 21st November, this industry-leading conference unites all of your data concerns under one roof. The voices that matter will be offering analysis, guidance and insight into cultures and practices that make or break business in the digital era. Get your FREE exhibition area theatre passes by using the code ‘REPORTFREE’

Exhibition area theatres include:

  • GDPR Refresh
  • Risk Management and Cyber Security
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Cyber Talks

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