End Of Privacy 1.0: GDPR Week 2018
End of Privacy 1.0 – Week 2018
This week in May will mark a historical moment when EU Privacy Laws become enforced on May 25th.
OpenConsent is apart of hosting 3 events this week, bringing together industry, standards and privacy experts.
3 Privacy Activites in London: May, 22, 23rd and 24th.
- May 22: Privacy in Advertising: Marketing, Media & Privacy – #MMaP18
- May 23: Privacy in Security: Security, Standards & GDPR
- May 24: Privacy in Data Control: End Of Privacy 1.0 – Data Portability & Building the Right to Privacy Information
What is End of Privacy 1.0 Week?
These events focus on the disruption GDPR enforcement is having at this time. Each event has a focus on privacy frameworks for a different industry and the role privacy standards play for different industries being impacted by the GDPR.
Some of the topics being discussed this week as the GDPR comes into Force?
- What do privacy rights mean for your industry?
- What privacy falls under exemptions and legitimate interest?
- What privacy has to be consent or could be explicit consent based ?
- How long is data retention?
- When can data be deleted?
- Do I need customers to provide consent again?
- Does sending a legal notice to my customers satisfy the GDPR requirements for transparency?
- What is the easy way to comply, be competitive and increase customer retention?
- What guidelines are there for security so that privacy cannot be used as a business attack ?
- What is open standard usable Privacy and Privacy 2.0 ?
Tues: Kantara Initiative: Doc Searls, David Clayton, Lyndsi Plummer,
Wed: BSIA, IDmachines & OpenConsent, Sal D’Agostino,
Thurs: BSI – PIMS Jas Sahota, MIT: Thomas Harjourno