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October 23-24 2017, Münchenbryggeriet, Stockholm

 


The theme for Nordic Privacy Arena 2017 is emerging technologies. Join us for two full days as some of the world’s leading experts in their respective fields explore the privacy aspects of today’s biggest tech trends. We’ll discuss artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, big data policing, smart cities, cybersecurity strategies, consumer expectations and challenges for legislators, law enforcement agencies and data protection authorities. Startups, big multinationals and everything between from sectors such as finance, healthcare, media and consumer electronics will talk about data protection and transparency and about how they prepare for GDPR.

Day one will consist of keynotes and panel discussions followed by a dinner with a special guest speaker, day two of hands-on training for data protection specialists and a parallel track focusing on data protection authorities.


Speakers include Paul F. Nemitz (Directorate-General for Justice of the European Commission), Joe Cannataci (Oslo University, OHCHR), Gemma G. Clavell (Universitat de Barcelona), Marc Rotenberg (EPIC), Leena Kuusniemi (Rovio), Bojana Bellamy (Hunton & Williams), Finn Myrstad (Forbrukerrådet), Raegan MacDonald (Mozilla), Per Meyerdierks (Google) and Rebecka Cedering Ångström (Ericsson Networked Society Lab). The conference will be moderated by Jennifer Baker, a Brussels-based journalist specialised in EU policy, tech legislation and data protection.


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Agenda


Monday 23/10

09:00-09:10 Welcome

Jennifer Baker and Caroline Olstedt Carlström

09:10-09:40 Privacy, Transparency, and Democracy 

Marc Rotenberg, President and Executive Director EPIC

The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed numerous consumer privacy complaints against companies and authorities since the organization was founded in 1994, recently against Uber, Google and the IRS.

President and Executive Director Marc Rotenberg, a Harvard College, Stanford Law School and Georgetown University alumni, will open the conference with a keynote abouta recent events in the United States and the importance of data protection for the preservation of democratic institutions. Mr Rotenberg will also discuss various EPIC cases, including FOI cases concerning the Russian interference with the 2016 US Presidential election (EPIC v. FBI, EPIC v. ODNI, EPIC v. IRS), as well as their opposition to the efforts of the Presidential Election Commission to obtain state voter records (EPIC v. Commission).

09:40-09:55 Artificial Intelligence and You

Odia Kagan, Privacy and Data Security attorney at Ballard Spahr, Adjunct Professor on Cybersecurity and Privacy Regulation at Drexel University Law School

It’s this year’s big buzz word, but what is AI exactly and what are the main privacy issues surrounding the technology?

09:55-10:10 AI according to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority

Bjørn Erik Thon, Direktör Datatilsynet

The findings of a recent study on AI and privacy carried out by Datatilsynet, presented by the director of the authority.

10:10-10:40 Can we have AI and privacy?

A panel discussion on the risks – and the possibilities - surrounding AI. Jennifer Baker interviews Mikael Haglund (CTO IBM Sweden), Rebecka Cedering Ångström (Director, Ericsson Networked Society Lab), Per Meyerdierks (Legal Counsel Google Germany), Odia Kagan (Privacy and Data Security attorney, Ballard Spahr) and Stanley Greenstein (LLD, researcher and lecturer in law and information technology, Stockholm University).

11:00-11:20 Cayla and other tales from the Internet of Things

Finn Myrstad, Head of the Digital Services Section at the Norwegian Consumer Council (Forbrukerrådet)

A doll that couldn’t keep children’s secrets secret was recently banned in Germany. Certain wireless speakers might cease to function if the user refuses to install software updates. And AI assistants could potentially be used to gather evidence in criminal cases. Finn Myrstad outlines ten concrete points on where the industry could be heading.

11:20-11:50 Transparency in consumer services

Lars Frösslund (Head of Payments Consulting, Capco) interviews Agnes Hammarstrand (Partner, Delphi Gothenburg), Anna Lefevre Sköldebrand (VD Swedish Medtech), Finn Myrstad (Forbrukerrådet), Caroline Olstedt Carlström (Partner Lindahl, Chairman Data Protection Forum), Lena Kuusniemi (Leena Kuusniemi, Senior Legal Counsel, Rovio Entertainment) and Lorena Marciano (Data Protection & Privacy Officer, Cisco).

11:50-12:10 The e-Privacy regulation

Raegan MacDonald, Senior EU Policy Manager Mozilla

Raegan MacDonald, formerly with the European Digital Rights (EDRi) and Access Now in Brussels, is Mozilla’s senior EU policy manager. MacDonald updates us on the proposed regulation and discusses it’s implications for her new employer.

12:10-13:00 Lunch

13:00-13:55 Privacy regulation in the robot age

Paul Nemitz, director for the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship and Union citizenship in the Directorate-General for Justice of the European Commission

A keynote on the challenges technological advancements propose for privacy legislators followed by a panel discussion with mr Nemitz, Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg (Professor, Stockholm University) and Joe Cannataci (Professor of Information Policy, Security & Technology Law, Oslo University and Privacy Rapporteur, OHCHR)

14:00-14:40 GDPR – Seven months to go

Bojana Bellamy, President of Hunton & Williams LLP's Centre for Information Policy Leadership, CIPL):Awareness and preparedness

GDPR preparation cases: Kry.se, Sony and Cisco

Conclusions: Paul Breitbarth, Senior Solutions Advisor, Nymity

14:40-15:00 International data transfers under Trump

Peter Wright, Founder and Managing Director, DigitalLawUK

A look at EU-US (and EU-UK) data transfers by the founder of “the only UK law firm to specialize in online, data and cyber law”. Will Privacy Shield see the end of the year? And what will UK’s GDPR equivalent look like?

15:20-15:40 Safe cities

Gemma G. Clavell, Policy Analyst and Researcher at Universitat de Barcelona

New technologies allow authorities and property owners to do far more than just passively gather material recorded by surveillance cameras. “Smart” or “Safe” cities hold the promise of more efficient crime and terrorism prevention, but could also end up becoming dystopian nightmares according to critics.

15:40-16:00 Surveillance and terrorism

Joe Cannataci, Professor of Information Policy, Security & Technology Law, Oslo University

Professor Joe Cannataci, special privacy rapporteur for the UN, continues the theme of privacy, technology and crime prevention with a keynote on terrorism and surveillance as well as data protection laws.

16:00-16:30 Fighting crime, protecting privacy

Mr Cannataci’s keynote is followed by a panel discussion on the right to privacy with Mårten Schultz (Professor at Stockholm University and founder of Juridikinstitutet), Erik Janzon (Enhetschef, Inspektionen för Socialförsäkringen) and Liane Colonna (Researcher, Stockholm University).

16:40-17:00 Authorities and information security

Erik O. Wennerström, Director General at the Swedish National Council for Cime Prevention

After ”Transportgate” – what can authorities do to provide better security for personal data?

17:00-17:15 Outsourcing in the light of “Transportgate”
Erica Wiking Häger, head of Corporate Sustainability and Risk Management, Mannheimer Swartling

17:15-17:45 Data protection authorities – resources, approaches and harmonization

Panel discussion with Bojana Bellamy (Hunton & Williams) and representatives from data protection authorities in the Nordics and beyond.

18:00 Dinner

Special guest speaker



Tuesday 24/10

 

08:50-09:10 Codes of conduct

Erik Janzon, Enhetschef Inspektionen för Socialförsäkringen

09:10-09:30 New security threats and strategies

Christoffer Callender, SE Manager McAfee

09:30-09:50 New legal technologies

Aron Solomon, co-founder Law Made


Data protection officer training track:

10:00-10:10 Welcome

Karl-Fredrik Björklund, Partner Carler and Vice Chairman at Data Protection Forum

10:10-10:30 The DPO challenge of conflict of interests

Björn Johansson Heigis, Partner and Head of Data Protection and Digitalization, Roschier

10:30-10:50 Future opportunities for privacy professionals

Gonca G.Dhont, CEO DPO Network

11:00-11:20 Challenges for DPO:s in company groups with affiliates in the US

OneTrust

11:20-11:40 The importance of correct processes in the internal privacy framework

Speaker TBD

11:40-12:10 Managing privacy with a privacy program – governance and structure

Paul Breitbarth, Senior Solutions Advisor, Nymity

12:10-13:00 Lunch

13:00-13:20 The risks of GDPR sanctions and damages - Liability and limitation of liability in data processor agreements

David Frydlinger, Partner and head of ICT, Lindahl

13:20-13:50 Crime related data – will the GDPR ease the restrictions?

Johan Sundberg and Johan Thörn, DLA Piper

13:50-:14:20 Topic TBA

DPOrganizer

14:30-14:50 How to conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment

TrustArc

14:50-15:10 DPO certifications

DPMS

15:10-15:40 Efficient implementation of data protection requirements

PrivacyPerfect

15:40-16:00 Transborder data flows and secrecy

Karl-Fredrik Björklund, Partner Carler and Vice Chairman at Data Protection Forum

16:10 Roundtable discussion  - topic determined by voting

Filip Johnssén, Data Protection Specialist at Klarna and board member Data Protection Forum, and Maria Holmström Mellberg, Group Driver Privacy Nordea

Data Protection Authorities roundtable track

By invitation – programme sent separately


With reservation for changes. The programme is preliminary, more speakers will be announced shortly.


Keynote speakers:


Paul F. Nemitz

 

Paul F. Nemitz is the director for the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship and Union citizenship in the Directorate-General for Justice of the European Commission. Data protection is a key responsibility of his Directorate. Nemitz has held posts in the Legal Service of the European Commission, the Cabinet of the Commissioner for Development Cooperation and in the Directorates General for Trade, Transport and Maritime Affairs. He is teaching EU Law as a visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges. Mr Nemitz keynote speech will be followed by a panel discussion.   


Joe Cannataci


Professor Joe Cannataci is the United Nation's first ever special rapporteur on the right to privacy.  He is the head of the department of Information Policy & Governance at the Faculty of Media & Knowledges Sciences of the University of Malta and an adjunct professor at the Security Research Institute and the School of Computer and Security Science at Edith Cowan University Australia. Mr Cannataci has written numerous books and articles on data protection, liability for expert systems, legal aspects of medical informatics and self-regulation and the Internet, online dispute resolution and data retention and police data.


Gemma G. Clavell 

 

Dr. Gemma Galdon Clavell is a policy analyst working on surveillance, the social, legal and ethical impact of technology, smart cities, privacy, security policy, resilience and policing. She is a founding partner at Eticas Research & Consulting and a researcher at the Universitat de Barcelona’s Sociology Department. She completed her PhD on surveillance, security and urban policy in early 2012. 



Marc Rotenberg

Professor Marc Rotenberg is the President and Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), an independent public interest research organization in Washington DC. He is a lecturer at Georgetown Law and frequently testifies before Congress on emerging privacy and civil liberties issues. Rotenberg testified before the 9-11 Commission on "Security and Liberty: Protecting Privacy, Preventing Terrorism", co-edited "Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions" and contributes to The Economist, New York Times and USA Today. EPIC has recently filed consumer privacy complaints against Google, Uber and the IRS.


 

Finn Myrstad 

Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad is the Head of the Digital Services Section at the Norwegian Consumer Council (NCC), focusing on national and international issues related to net neutrality, data protection, copyright, telecommunication and more. He has led the research and advocacy work relating to consumer rights and privacy in digital services, and has lodged several successful complaints against Apple iCloud, Tinder and Runkeeper. 

Most recent was a study on connected toys, leading to coordinated actions by more than 20 organisations in 16 countries. Finn is also the EU co-chair of the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD) Information Society Committee, a network of over 75 leading organisations representing the consumer interest on both sides of the Atlantic.



Other speakers and panelists

 

Leena Kuusniemi, Senior Legal Counsel, Rovio Entertainment

Lorena Marciano, Data Protection & Privacy Officer, Cisco

Aron Solomon, co-founder Law Made

Per Meyerdierks, Legal Counsel Google Germany

Christoffer Callender, SE Manager McAfee

Peter Wright, Founder and Managing Director, DigitallawUK

Raegan MacDonald, Senior EU Policy Manager Mozilla

Caroline Olstedt Carlström, Partner Lindahl, Chairman Data Protection Forum

Erik O Wennerström, Director General at the Swedish National Council for Cime Prevention

Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg, Professor, Stockholm University

Bojana Bellamy, President of Hunton & Williams LLP's Centre for Information Policy Leadership, CIPL

David Frydlinger, Partner and head of ICT, Lindahl

Paul Breitbarth, Senior Solutions Advisor, Nymity

Stanley Greenstein, Researcher at Stockholm University

Mårten Schultz, Professor, Stockholm University

Lars Frösslund, Associate Director, Cognizant

Erik Janzon, Enhetschef Inspektionen för Socialförsäkringen and Secretary, Integritetskommittén

Rebecka Cedering Ångström, Director, Ericsson Networked Society Lab

Agnes Hammarsrand, Partner Delphi Gothenburg

Odia Kagan, Privacy and Data Security attorney at Ballard Spahr, Adjunct Professor on Cybersecurity and Privacy Regulation at Drexel University Law School

Erica Wiking Häger, Partner and Head of Corporate Sustainability and Risk Management, Mannheimer Swartling

Marios Kimonos, Head of Privacy, Sony

JoAnn Stonier, Global Privacy & Data Protection Officer, MasterCard Worldwide


We are also proud to welcome representatives from the Nordic data protection authorities and from our sponsors (see below).

 

Booking and price

 

3800 SEK + VAT (member)

5500 SEK + VAT (non-member)

Secure your ticket by booking now.

 

Price includes entrance both days for one person. Dinner (Monday) and lunch (both days) is included.

 

In order to help us save food and the environment, we ask you to indicate if you only plan to attend one of the days and/or if you do not intend to join Monday’s dinner in the message field when you book.

Please also state any food requirements (vegan, gluten-free etc).

 

About us

 

The Data Protection Forum is a non-profit organisation established in 2012. We regularly arrange seminars and training days. We provide the Swedish DPA with input and give opinions on proposed legislation to the Swedish government. The board consists of ten well-reputed privacy professionals from various industries and public sector bodies.   

 

Questions or suggestions?

Contact us at info@dpforum.se  

 

 

Sponsors

 

DPOrganizer

OneTrust

DPMS

Nymity

Lindahl

DLA Piper

TrustArc

PrivacyPerfect

Advania

Klarna

Draftit

LegalWorks

 For sponsorship opportunities, contact Filip Johnssén at filip.johnssen@dpforum.se.

 

Graphic recording

Frida Panoussis - www.fridarit.com

 

Photographer

Jens Reiterer – www.jensdesign.se