Huddle Zones

One of the key challenges for any event organiser is how much detail do you get into? Some delegates really want to get into the nuts and bolts, while others just want the broad strokes big picture. We have addressed this problem at the GDPR Summit by introducing ‘Huddle Zones’. The agenda sessions (with the exception of the round table discussions) will be broad strokes with the speakers then making themselves available in the ‘Huddle Zone’ for anyone who has any questions or wishes to get into the subject in greater depth.

9:00

Welcome and opening remarks from the Chair

Francesca Comyn

Francesca Comyn

Legal Affairs Correspondent, The Sunday Business Post

6 months on: What are the key practical compliance challenges?

9:10

Opening Address: The data protection landscape before and after GDPR

What key changes has the GDPR brought in? Find out how legacy data protection rules compare with the rules that came into force in May 2018 under the GDPR. This presentation shows the key differences you need to comply with. Plus, what are the main compliance challenges organisations are experiencing?

Mike Daughton

Mike Daughton

Partner, Risk Consulting, KPMG Ireland

9:30

MORNING KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Understanding GDPR enforcement

  • How has the GDPR changed privacy enforcement in the EU?
  • What does the enforcement process look like in practice? What’s happened to date?
  • What businesses should do to be prepared
Graham Doyle

Graham Doyle

Head of Communications, Data Protection Commission

9:55

CASE STUDY: How eir approached data governance and the GDPR

Data governance and GDPR go hand in hand. Pamela discusses eir’s experience applying governance to their GDPR programme to ensure that the implementation of data protection controls are consistent throughout all business units.

  • Exploring eir’s “Three lines of Defence” governance model specific to the GDPR programme
  • Clarifying the role of the SMT GDPR Steering Committee and the Programme Committee
  • The importance of the role of the “Data Champion” across each business unit
  • The role of policies, processes and training on the journey towards GDPR compliance
  • Board engagement
Pamela Stagg

Pamela Stagg

Head of Data Protection, eir

10:20

INTERNATIONAL ADDRESS: Putting data governance to work. What are organisations struggling with right now?

Drawing on her experience across different sectors, Ivana presents 3 different challenges organisations are facing in complying with the GDPR. She shares how she approached these challenges, the legal rationale underpinning the solutions and provides practical advice on how to deal with similar situations.

Ivana Bartoletti

Ivana Bartoletti

Head of Privacy and Data Protection, Gemserv, UK

10:40

Morning Break

11:10

PANEL DISCUSSION:  The new DPO role in practice

Our panellists discuss the new DPO role post-GDPR and how to ensure privacy has a seat at the top table.

Aisling Clarke

Aisling Clarke

Director, Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland

Terence O’Keeffe

Terence O’Keeffe

Data Protection Officer and Law Agent, Dublin City Council

Corné Purcell

Corné Purcell

Data Protection Officer, McKesson Ireland

11:45

Using international best practice standards to demonstrate GDPR compliance

The question of how to demonstrate compliance with the GDPR has proven to be a challenge for organisations across the EU. Internationally accredited management systems such as ISO 27001, the globally recognised information security standard and BS10012, the personal information management system can provide a clear roadmap to GDPR compliance. Simon explains and illustrates with a company case study how Irish businesses can use these ready-made policies and procedures to comply with the Regulation.

Simon Loughran

Simon Loughran

Head of Information Security Services at Certification Europe

12:05

What does GDPR mean for Big Data, Analytics, AI and Machine Learning?

How will companies continue to do analytics on legacy data while meeting the standards of data protection envisioned by the GDPR? In this session, you’ll hear how one of the most challenging issues under EU data protection can be addressed.

Aoife Sexton

Aoife Sexton

Chief Privacy Officer, Trūata

12:25

CASE STUDY:  GDPR – business as usual

Sharon O’Reilly

Sharon O’Reilly

IT-GRC Consultant at IT Governance Europe

Peter Callender

Peter Callender

Director of Finance and Operations, Savills

12:50

Q&A with speakers

1:00

Lunch

Roundtable Discussions:

Where you get answers to your specific questions on GDPR compliance

Each table has a specific theme and is hosted by an expert in the field. Sign up to the discussion you want when you arrive on the day and come prepared with your questions!

Roundtable 1

Implementing Privacy by Design post GDPR

Marie Murphy

Marie Murphy

Co-Founder and Operations Director, Fort Privacy

Samuel Plantie

Samuel Plantie

Senior Data Protection Consultant, Gemserv

Roundtable 2

Addressing vendor risk in GDPR

Aoife Sexton

Aoife Sexton

Chief Privacy Officer, Trūata

Rita Martin

Rita Martin

Sales Director, Red Flare, Governance Risk Compliance

Roundtable 3

E-Privacy Regulation – timeline, scope and impact on your business

Steven Roberts

Steven Roberts

Head of Marketing, Griffith College

Roundtable 4

Best approaches for establishing an Accountability Framework 

Aisling Clarke

Aisling Clarke

Director, Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland

Roundtable 5

GDPR compliance for SMEs

David Waldron

David Waldron

Independent IT and Cloud Consultant

Léon Atkin

Léon Atkin

Founder and CEO of risk and compliance solutions business, Obséy International

Roundtable 6

Subject access rights: Concerns and solutions

Sharon O’Reilly

Sharon O’Reilly

IT-GRC Consultant at IT Governance Europe

Ramona Patton

Ramona Patton

Risk and Compliance Manager, Savills

Roundtable 7

Handling data breaches: A step by step guide

Louise O'Brien

Louise O'Brien

Associate Director, KPMG and the President of the Irish Chapter of DAMA, the Data Management Association