International Privacy Summit:  identity, trust, standards

Posted on: Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

International Privacy Summit:  identity, trust, standards

January 29th 2018

at IBM Client Centre, Upper Ground, SouthBank, London SE1 9PZ

from 08.30 til 17.00

International Privacy Summit

The Kantara International Privacy Summit is focused on the business-critical issue of common standards for privacy and identity management. Selection of the right standards are a key strategic choice and can build competitive advantage, avoid costly vendor lock-in and regulatory risk. It is vital the executive management of any large enterprise are familiar with the available standards before embarking on costly GDPR compliance projects.

Why Are Privacy and Identity Management Standards So Important?

For business, common standards enable scalability and enhance interoperability within and across organisations and sectors. Standards can also form a solid foundation for internal governance arrangements or industry-wide codes of conduct. Implementation of codes of conduct allows industry to demonstrate compliance with GDPR.

For customers, prospects and employees a standards-based approach to handling their personal information builds understanding and trust through a consistent user experience.

Why Come to the International Privacy Summit?

The Kantara International Privacy Summit provides the business-focused insight needed at the board level to navigate the issues where standards for privacy and identity management can help exploit business opportunities and mitigate the business risks of GDPR and PSD2.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is having a tremendous impact and is redefining International Privacy for industry in 2018.

This event is an exclusive event, with a limited number of tickets at IBM Southbank, in Central London.  Directed at Executives and the International Standards Communities, who are building the future of global privacy.

This conference is designed to educate industry elite and to inform business decision makers, industry associations, executives and Data Protection Officers on the real impacts of new privacy regulation and the latest in privacy standards innovation.

Delegates can meet the Experts and the Innovators of the international privacy standards.  Delegates can meet the people who have been involved in writing the laws and policies, developing the standards, and building the global privacy teams.  In addition, delegates can book a one on one consultation from the UK and International experts.

Delegates will join those organisations who were involved in bringing the Kantara Consent Receipt through the British Standards Institute to the ISO, to enable International Privacy based on Consent at an Internet Scale.

Why Executives are Attending

The Privacy Summit is an exclusive opportunity for market innovation and education, aimed at providing board directors the insight and network needed to navigate International Privacy issues at this critical time

Focusing on global opportunities, this IP Summit will examine the new privacy regulations and the impact they will have on the market place.    Experts will debate critical issues and help prioritise them so delegates can determine how to safeguard their brands and businesses.

Speakers will include the experts, the writers of the policy, in privacy, identity and standards.

Delegate rate: £950.00 plus VAT  (£1187.22 inclusive)

Book your place by clicking here

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/i-p-summit-tickets-41207500744

Draft Agenda (full details tbc)

Agenda * : Main Stage

AGENDA
8:30 Coffee and Tea
8:55 Summit  introduction:  IBM
9:00 Intro –  Dr. Ann Cavoukian – Welcome Address
9:15 Keynote:   (TBC)
10:00 Robin Wilton – Internet Society –  Identity, Trust & Standards – Global Perspective
10:30 Intermission – Tea & Coffee
11:00 Presentation /Panel session:  Compliance and Operational Privacy
Bojana Bellamy – CEO of Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL)
Kabir Barday – CEO OneTrust
Allan Foster – President Kantara, VP ForgeRock
Giles Watkins – IAPP – UK Country Leader
+ 2 (Industry representatives tbc)
12:00 **** Lunch ****
13:00 Panel Session 2: Privacy and Security by Design locally and globally
Chris Disspain, Vice Chair of the board of ICANN, Privacy and WhoIs database
Colin Wallis, Kantara Executive Director,
Tim McGraw – British Standards Institute
National Cyber Security Centre (tbc)
14:00 Panel Session 3: Consent & PSD2 – Banking & Identity Impact on Market
Speaker from FCA (tba)
Independent FinTech & Government/Public Sector Specialist (TBC)
Lloyds Innovation (TBA)
15:00 Coffee & Tea
15:30 Presentation/ Panel session: Age-Related Consent, Privacy Transparency and Advertising
Presentation: Sal D’Agostino -Consent Receipts & User Managed Access Protocol & Identity Relationship Management
Chris Combemale – CEO of Direct Market Association – Consent & Legitimate Interest
Dr. Rachel O’Connell,  CEO of Trust Elevate, author of BSI, PAS 1296 Age Checking code of practice
Mark Lizar, Open Consent
Rupert Graves, CEO Ad Unity

16:30

10:00 – 10:30

10.00-12.00

13.45- 15.00

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Expert Sessions (for privacy standards)

Identity
Sovereign Identity, Distributed Identifiers & PSD2 – Distributed Identifiers & Finance

Shaun Conway – Consent. Global

 

Trust – Marketing and Media
Is buying and selling advertising media post GDPR? – Performance of Contract vs Consent vs Legitimate Interest – Rupert Graves

Kantara Open Space: Standards.Consent Receipts & User Managed Access Protocol & Identity Relationship Management – Mark Lizar, Mike Schwartz & Sal D’Agostino

iLearn how to put the Kantara Consent Receipt and User Managed Access (UMA) standards to work to enable dynamic applications that enhance consumer’s control of their data, and enable inter-operable compliance

Why AID Compliance?

What makes us different?

When someone asks, “What’s different about AID Compliance?”, the answer resides in our experienced professionals who are innovative and constantly involved in bringing fresh ideas. Ongoing training and education is one of the pillars of AID Compliance’s service to our clients. Our staff successfully implements effective compliance solutions tailored to each client’s needs.

Our one-stop-shop provides all the relevant services under one roof. Due to this structure, clients save time and effort and queries will be dealt with promptly. Any essential points can often be discussed in a more time-saving manner for the client as many material facts are already known to us through our ongoing advisory work.

Getting compliance right is important for all businesses. We know and understand the challenges you face.

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