Keynote: Privacy, Security, Trust and the Data Economy - GSMA Mobile 360 Series

Keynote: Privacy, Security, Trust and the Data Economy

Conference

Date & Time

Tuesday, 23 May

11:15 - 12:45

Description

Devices, apps and services are expanding users’ digital footprints on a massive scale. The amount of personal data being generated is unprecedented today and is fuelling an increased need for security and trust, while allowing service providers to innovate and provide valuable services. Companies are facing a complex global legal environment, as countries around the world are developing and refining privacy and security laws and frameworks, regulating how data is used and transferred across borders. Examples include the new EU GDPR and the recently proposed regulation on e-Privacy, which both aim to increase the protection of personal data. How can companies ensure they comply with privacy and security regulation which varies between geographies, and at the same time, leverage data to offer innovative consumer services? How can companies utilise diverse arrays of data in novel ways while also respecting privacy?  This session will discuss how the privacy regulatory landscape is evolving and how it can best support the growing data economy.

 

11.15 Chairperson

Dave Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion

11.20 Europe Keynote

Dr Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)

11.40 Global Keynote

Nader Henein, Global Data Protection Officer, Blackberry

12.00 Case Study

Quirine Tjeenk Willink, Partner, Bird & Bird 

Anne Martine Koetsier, Data Privacy Officer, T-Mobile

12.20 Panel Discussion: where can the balance be struck between enterprises’ adhering to privacy regulation and expanding their data economy?

Moderator: Dave Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion

Panellists Include:

Nick Rhodes, Lead Security Consultant, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

Quirine Tjeenk Willink, Partner, Bird & Bird

Nader Henein, Global Data Protection Officer, Blackberry