Building on the huge success of conferences in Manchester, Dublin, London and New York through 2019, Data Protection World Forum gets 2020 underway with two days of industry-leading debate at PrivSec London.
Coming to the UK capital’s QEII Exhibition Centre on February 4th and 5th 2020, PrivSec London welcomes another packed programme of keynote talks, debates and much more hosted by global industry experts.
Views and live debate will play out in front of audiences comprising CEOs, CISOs, IT practitioners and many more directly concerned with the evolution of the global data privacy conversation.
Learn from the experts
PrivSec London will host a wealth of content through solo presentations, panel discussions, roundtables and workshops delivered by over one hundred subject matter specialists from the cutting edge of privacy and security.
Our international line-up of expert speakers will combine practical and theoretical approaches to cyber resilience, exploring how organisations need to evolve in order to achieve shared goals.
Confirmed speakers at PrivSec London include:
- Baroness Neville Rolfe
- Johnny Ryan, Chief Policy & Industry Relations Officer, Brave
- Mahbubul Islam, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS)
- Sheila Fitzpatrick, CEO, Fitzpatrick Associates
- João Torres Barreiro, Chief Privacy Officer, Willis Towers Watson
- Florian Marcus, Presenter-Analyst at e-Estonia Briefing Centre
- Bojana Bellamy, President of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP’s Centre for Information Policy Leadership
- Brad Bryant, Global Chief Privacy Officer, AON
- Josephine Harriman, Global Cyber & Privacy Legal Counsel, Morgan Stanley
- Chris Hatch, Head of Data Management, REED
Against a background of increasing ransomware and phishing attacks, companies across the world are under pressure to optimise systems and processes in order to respond to the ever-present cyber threat. Discussion at PrivSec London will address the key issues head on.
The two day event will look at the top corporate compliance challenges including global data protection laws, emerging tech challenges and cyber security. the conference will look into practical ways in which business operations can embrace the convergence of security and privacy in order to promote a safer cyber environment.
Also on the agenda at PrivSec London:
- Data across borders: International Transfers of Data
- DeepFake technology
- Panel: Cybercrime Investigations and Current Threats
- The Principle of Accountability: Demonstrating Compliance with the Law and the Business Objective
- FS and Privacy in a Broader Data Management Framework
- The Future of Digitalisation in the Public Sector
- Facial Recognition and Data Privacy
In line with the global escalation of the cybersecurity debate, PrivSec London will see its content-rich agenda channelled through five separate theatres, including:
- Data Protection
- Emerging Technology
- Threat Intelligence
- Cyber Security
- Public Sector
- Financial Services
In an era of unprecedented urgency for cyber health, business leaders must do all they can to implement data protection processes and behaviours that promote a culture of good data governance in the workplace.
Only with the right attitudes and systems in place, can companies begin to build an environment that reduces breach risk, offsets regulatory action, and fosters the kind of data-friendly reputation that consumers now actively seek.
Providing a forum for learning, networking and idea-sharing, PrivSec London will build on the momentum created by a previous year of industry-leading data privacy conferences hosted by Data Protection World Forum.
Event: PrivSec London
Where: QEII Exhibition Centre, London
When: Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th February 2020
PrivSec Conferences will bring together leading speakers and experts from privacy and security to deliver compelling content via solo presentations, panel discussions, debates, roundtables and workshops.
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