On Tuesday February 5th, LSEC and TNO organise an afternoon seminar on computer privacy and data protection. This session will focus on the implications of the changing landscape and practical experiences of data protection in Europe and more particular in the Netherlands.
Intended to inform legal and privacy officers and practitioners, information security professionals and practitioners, information management, security management and corporate officers.
Data Protection in evolution
During the afternoon, the discussions will be slightly more focused on some of the practical implementations of the legal frameworks 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.
We will express some views and discussions on how to practically deal with upcoming changes in regulations, such data leak notifications and policy requirements by means of some innovative approaches, processes and technologies.
LSEC and TNO invite you to a day on privacy and data protection, with some experts in the domain and an insight on the latest developments on European and specific Dutch challenges.
12.00 welcome & lunch
13.00 – 13.15 Introduction & Setting of the day by LSEC & TNO
13.15 – 13.45 : Computer Privacy & Data Protection, outlining the landscape of regulatory changes, technological impacts and corporate measures that need to be taken, with a perspective of impact on the future, by Bavo Van den Heuvel, Cranium (BE)
13.45 – 14.15 Privacy design strategies by Jaap Henk Hoepman, TNO? (NL)
14.15 – 14.45 koffiepauze
14.45 – 15.15 : Personal Data Protection Regulation under Review, an overview and business impact perspective, by Eleni Kosta Tilburg University (GR)
15.15– 15.45 : Privacy Impact Assessments, Bas van Schoonhoven, TNO ? (NL)
15.45 – 16.15 : Data Protection in practice, by Corné Van Rooij, RSA the Security Division of EMC (NL)
16.15 – 16.45 : Closing Keynote by Privacy Officer KPN
16.45 – 17.15 : Panel Discusison by Jaap Henk Hoepman & Ulrich Seldeslachts
17.15 – 18.00 closing reception:
Date : Tuesday, February 5th 2012
Location: Offices TNO, Lange Kleiweg 137 in Rijswijk
Registrations : cpdpnl2012.eventbrite.com
About the organizers
This event is co-organized by LSEC (Leaders In Security), a not-for-profit association focused on Information Security in Europe. LSEC has been organizing over the last couple of years over 100 highly professional information security oriented activities. LSEC is a co-organizer of the CPDP series of conferences in Brussels, a conference focusing on privacy and data protection bringing over 500 representatives from over the world together, to discuss about the evolving citizen rights, business perspectives and policy making. LSEC is a founding member of the European Security Innovation Network, a project supported by the European Commission through the INTERREG IVb program that supports innovative developments in the North Western European region in Security. With its partners Systematic Paris region in France, SITC in the UK and TeleTrusT in Germany, LSEC welcomes the active participation of companies to participate in the discussion of potential threats, challenges and opportunities for companies in the domain of Security, or to the enterprise market and government institutions.
TNO is the not-for-profit Dutch Research and Technology Organization focusing on applied research. TNO has been founded by the Dutch government eighty years ago and has since been a major consultant and research institute on a large variety of technological and societal challenges for national and European government, leading business companies and societal organisations. TNO is well connected throughout Europe and employs around 4000 staff.
TNO has several offices around the world (including Qatar, Boston and Tokyo) among which an office in Brussels for its European activities.
TNO works for a variety of customers: governments, the SME sector, large companies, service providers and non-governmental organisations. Working together on new knowledge, better products and clear recommendations for policy and processes. As ‘knowledge brokers’ we advise our customers on finding the optimum solutions that are geared precisely to the questions they have.
TNO’s mission is:
‘TNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the sustainable competitiveness of industry and well-being of society.’
TNO has a unique position between government and industry and is playing an important role in the objective of the Dutch government to guard the vital functions of society, such as drinking water, gas, electricity and protection from terrorism and flooding. TNO participates and has participated, both as coordinator and partner, in a large number of national and international research programs, including many FP6 and FP7-projects.