4th International Conference Computers, Privacy & Data Protection
European Data Protection : in good health?
For the full program and registration, please visit : http://www.cpdpconferences.org/
On Thursday January 27th, LSEC organizes a day on data privacy and data protection. Part of the CPDP 2011 Conference, this day will focus on the implications and practical experiences of data protection in Belgium and Europe.
During that day, the discussions will be slightly more focused on some of the practical implementations of the various applicable legislations and challenges by companies, organizations and government in applying them. Besides, the perspective will open up to the point when beyond the compliance to data protection regulations, there is also the aspect of protecting data (including private information) from intended or unintended misuse. During these sessions, we will also focus on some of the potential ways to deal with regulations from an operational perspective by presenting some methodologies, solutions and technologies and also their current challenges.
Finally the day will close with some views and discussions on how to practically deal with upcoming legislations, data leakage challenges and policy requirements by means of some innovative approaches, processes and technologies.
About the CPDP Conference
CPDP 2011 - Computers, Privacy and Data Protection is a three-day conference organised by academics from all over Europe, which has the ambition of becoming Europe’s most important forum for academics, practitioners, policymakers and activists.
CPDP 2011 is a place where these people can meet, exchange ideas and discuss emerging issues of information technology, privacy, data protection and law.
CPDP has grown steadily over the last 4 years. It has the most ambitious agenda so far with 12 panels, a pre-conference, a philosophical reading panel and a PhD-evening. In addition the 2011 edition includes 2 one-day events on ‘eHealth’ and surveillance and law enforcement, and a round table on body scanners. In total more than 150 speakers will contribute.
The conference takes place the same week as the 4th annual European Privacy Day (Friday 28th January 2011), which will see the organisation of a series of events around Brussels with the participation of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Furthermore CPDP is organising a range of side-events, which involve members of the CPDP Scientific Committee. Pecha Kucha Evening, Film screening of ‘Erasing David’, Privacy Party, Political debates will be the social events around CPDP 2011.
CPDP is organised by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, the Université de Namur, the Universiteit van Tilburg, the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique and the Fraunhofer Institut für System und Innovationsforschung.
Business Track Data Protection and Privacy, Thursday January 27th, 2011.
Part of the CPDP Conference 2011
Computers, Privacy & Data Protection 2011 conference - European Data Protection : In Good Health ?
25, 26 and 27 January 2010 in Les Halles de Schaerbeek in Brussels, Belgium
For more information and registration please surf to: http://www.cpdpconferences.org/ or contact cpdpconference at lsec.be or download the program guide for the full conference.
Preliminary Program January 27th Business Track
8.45 AM – 9.00 AM Introduction by Paul de Hert Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Tilburg University (BE & NL) & Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO LSEC (BE)
9.00 AM – 10.00 AM Overview of the European and local legislative maze impacting organizations, businesses and government on data protection & privacy
15 minute presentations & panel discussion Speakers :
- Paul de Hert (BE)
- Hans Graux from Time.lex (BE)
10.00 What do data protection officers and privacy officers have to deal with in 2011?
15 minute presentations & panel discussion
- Philippe Renaudière, Data Protection Officer from the European Commission (BE)
- Erik Luysterborg, EMEA Lead Partner Data Protection & Privacy Services (BE)
11.00 AM – 11.15 AM Coffee Break
11.15 AM – 12.15 AM Joint Session : Panel 9 Revision of the EU Data Protection Directive : The State of The Art
12.25 AM – 1.00 PM
Building a Data Protection and Privacy Model for Private and Public Cloud-Based Infrastructures John Sabo, CISSP, Director from CA Technologies, Global Government Relations (US)
Cloud computing and the many infrastructures which will use cloud computing services, such as networked electronic health systems, smart grid, social networks, federated identity management systems, transformational government and the Internet of Things, are accompanied by novel data protection and privacy risks, presenting both policy and technical challenges. This presentation will discuss activity underway to assess data protection and privacy issues that can become barriers to cloud computing deployments, with focus on an important cloud computing research effort undertaken by the World Economic Forum. It will also describe the work of the new Privacy Management Reference Model (PMRM) Technical Committee in the OASIS standards organization and provide an overview of how this proposed new standard can help both policymakers and technical specialists develop lifecycle privacy requirements and architect extended lifecycle, privacy-compliant systems.
1.00 PM – 2.00 PM Lunch
2.00 PM – 3.00 PM What are we trying to protect? Part 1 40 minute presentations and panel discussion
- Matthijs Van Der Wel from Verizon Business (NL) : an inside view on the 2010 Data Breach Investigations Report
- Joash Herbrink, Websense (NL)
- John Sabo from CA Technologies (US)
3.00 PM – 3.30 PM Coffee Break
3.30 PM - 5.00 PM What are
What are data protection technologies and how can they help in protection of data loss, privacy, data retention and suspected incidents.
Taking the example : the use of data monitoring platforms, dlp solutions, identity management solutions and proxies … how can they be of assistance when used properly … What is the future of data protection technologies and how do they relate to privacy? Is there use for privacy enhancing technologies?
15 minute presentations and panel discussion
- Gauthier Van Daele, Sophos (BE)
- Brendan Rizzo, from McAfee – Intel (UK)
- Claudia Diaz from KU Leuven University (ES)
5.15 PM – 5.30 PM
Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO of LSEC (BE)
This program has been organized by the CPDP and the European Security Innovation Network (SIGNATURE), a European project aimed at increasing competitiveness in the North West European market, supported by the EU INTERREG IVb program. This project is supporting innovative developments, facilitating R&D and facilitating trust amongst private companies in the regions, consisting out of the following organizations bringing together over 1350 companies in the region : LSEC (BE), SITC (UK), Systematic Paris Region (FR) and TeleTrust (DE). http://www.securityinnovationnetwork.com
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