Is the GDPR Working?

After 18 months, how does the balance sheet for the GDPR look? This session will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the GDPR, and identify practical do’s and don’t’s for companies. Stefan Brink, Data Protection Commissioner, Baden-Wuerttemberg Niko Härting, Partner, HÄRTING Rechtsanwälte (Germany) Jon Neiditz, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton   Room Readings:

GDPR Extraterritoriality—Industry Perspectives and Best Practices for Operationalizing Global Compliance

The territorial scope of the GDPR presents significant challenges for global organizations. The recent draft guidance from the European Data Protection Board on this topic provides clarity, but has also raised many open questions, including the extent to which EU data subject rights should be applied globally. This session will discuss industry perspectives and best…

An Interactive Session on Managing Cross-border Data Crises and Proceedings

Join a seasoned, cross-border, cross-functional group of crisis response experts for an interactive session on responding to a data-driven crisis. How do you make the right decision on when —and whether—to report, and where to do so, especially where complex parallel, international and domestic civil and law enforcement proceedings loom? How does crisis-readiness impact ability…

The Emerging European Framework for AI

Companies are increasingly drawing on AI in products and services, but the legal regulatory landscape is uncertain. This session looks at the current discussion in the EU and Europe for regulating AI, including requirements for privacy, transparency, safety, ethics, and accountability. These emerging standards are critical for U.S. companies to know about and follow in…