El próximo día 29 de octubre, martes, celebraremos un nuevo Foro DENAE, organizado conjuntamente con la Universidad Queen Mary de Londres, con el título: «Insights on GDPR in a Data-Driven Economy» UK & Spanish challenges.

Programa:

15:00 – 15:15h: Introductory Remarks

  • Cristina Morales, State Secretariat for Digital Advance
  • Mabel Klimt, President of DENAE

15:15 – 16:15h: Panel 1.- Organisations and Supervisory Authorities: GDPR enforcement Challenges

Chair: Estrella Gutiérrez, DENAE

  • Iam Walden, QMUL. EU data protection law enforcement. UK insights
  • Rafael García Gozalo, AEPD. The role of the AEPD as Supervisory Authority and criteria for imposing monetary penalties
  • Silvia Ruiz, DPO. Daily challenges as local DPO in GDPR compliance by an international group of undertakings with Brexit element

16:15 – 17:30h: Panel 2.- Responding to Brexit in the context of a Data-Driven Economy: are we all ready?

Chair: Ian Walden, QMUL

  • Raúl Rubio, Baker & McKenzie. Brexit and data economy. Where are we now?
  • Paula Ortiz, IAB SPAIN. Brexit, data transfers and e-Privacy
  • Ulrich Wuermeling, QMUL. Solving post-Brexit data transfer issues

17:30 – 18:00h: Coffee-Break

18:00 – 19:15h: Panel 3.- Data protection in action

Chair: Pilar Cousido, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  • Christopher Millard, QMUL. Compliance as a service
  • Laura Aliaga, QMUL. Back to the foundations: the role of the controller and the processor. Pragmatic contractual considerations
  • Alfredo Reino, Principal Security Architect-Secureworks. Our data at risk: the ever shifting threat landscape

19.15 – 19:30h: Closing Remarks

Ian Walden, QMUL

 

Horario: de 15:00 a 19:30h

Lugar: Salón de Actos de la Secretaría de Estado para el Avance Digital (SEAD) del Ministerio de Economía y Empresas (calle del Poeta Joan Maragall, 41, antigua calle Capitán Haya, 41, Madrid).

 

 

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