Collision Course? The GDPR meets UK and Swiss Law

This session will explore possible conflicts of the GDPR with legal requirements in the UK and Switzerland.  The panel will discuss issues including the territorial scope of different laws, data transfers, Suspicious Activity Reports, the Data Protection Officer, and supervisory lead authorities. Speakers will present actual examples from their practice and offer practical solutions. Nicole…

Vendors, Their Clients, and the International Privacy Regulatory Landscape

This session examines two related issues: the challenges and potentials that privacy compliance vendors face in a world in which 120 countries (and counting) have different privacy statutes, and the challenges companies face in choosing among the nearly 300 technology vendors in the market. What kind of privacy compliance activities can different third party entities…

Planning for The Three Internets

The world has at least three internets, each associated with different cultural and legal frameworks of cybersecurity and data protection. The Chinese framework begins with “cyber-sovereignty,” the power of the Chinese state to control data in-country and crossing its borders, including personal data, trade/state secrets and political/cultural issues. Europe – recently ascendant – begins with…

Data Minimization, Pseudonymization, and De-Identification: the Global Trend Toward Protecting Data Privacy and Preserving Data Utility

This workshop will provide data privacy/security professionals and legal counsel with an overview of the various regulatory provisions related to de-identification and data minimization in regulations around the globe, as well as an introduction to the principles and methods of statistical disclosure limitation that can be used to meet them. It will delve into the…