GDPR - Compliance Now

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Wednesday, May 16, 2018     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  AMMERSEE I
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A few days after this conference, EU-GDPR will become effective and everybody who wants to do business with an EU citizen will have to comply. Amongst all the changes to take effect on May 25th, 2018, these are the most obvios ones:

  • The same law all over Europe: despite some regional additions to EU-GDPR, the main pillars of this law will be the same in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and all other EU countries.
  • No matter how much effort you need to invest: It will be much cheaper to comply than not to comply.

The EIC 2018 GDPR - Compliance Now track will be moderated by a great KuppingerCole Analyst team: legal privacy expert Dr. Karsten Kinast and Mike Small with decades of experience in technology infrastructure and his strong CIO thinking. Doing privacy right is touching every field of your business. A great lineup of speakers in this track will help you

  • finding the best possible balance between business needs and legal requirements
  • remaining close to the needs of your customer or getting even closer in providing him a great user experience
  • better understanding what privacy-by-design means to your existing infrastructure and how to make it future-proof
  • exploring completely new business models 


Is Blockchain The Solution for Our Privacy Issue?

Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Time: 14:30-15:30

Is Blockchain The Solution for Our Privacy Issue?
Godwin Schembri, JitKYC • Joni Brennan, Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada • Povilas Zinys, LuxTrust S.A. • Katarzyna Kazimierczak, Authenteq • Prof. Dr. Elizabeth Renieris, University of Notre Dame

Balancing between European Regulatory Framework and Blockchain Technology
Povilas Zinys, LuxTrust S.A.

Managing identities of one of the most prominent financial capitals in Europe -Luxembourg, LuxTrust undertakes high responsibility towards both consumers and corporations. Today, when personal data is increasing under threat, Identity providers are looking to extend their organizational boundaries and capabilities via distributed security mechanisms. When already managing a significant number of personal and corporate identities to provide high security and compliance for financial...

Privacy 2.0

Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Time: 15:30-16:30

Privacy 2.0
Mark Lizar, Open Consent Group

The privacy notices and rights information, or lack of it, comprise what is becoming the public profile of an organization's privacy transparency or Public Privacy 1.0. The GDPR, coming into force on May 25th 2018, is the Y2K of privacy transparency, as services ‘data controllers and processors’ need to be transparent over data processing or risk being liable for non compliance, less trustworthy and less competitive. This presentation proposed to cover Privacy Transparency &...

How GDPR Enables More sharing of Personal Data, Not Less
Tony Fish, Digital20

The GDPR takes away ownership and control of personal data from businesses and gives it back to consumers, where it belongs. Siloed personal data under our existing and outdated model benefits no-one, not those who create it, or those who would like access to it for innovation. But returning that data to the consumer for them to own and control opens up a whole new world of fully consented and GDPR-compliant sharing, where innovation across all industries can flourish from the mass of...

Is now the Time for Personal Data Stores?
Steve Pannifer, Consult Hyperion

The concept of a personal data store, as a means of providing the individual with control over their personal data, has existed for many years but to date there has been no significant adoption of such solutions. Personal data stores are starting to feature prominently in leading self-sovereign and consumer centric digital identity initiatives. So what has changed? This presentation will define what a personal data store is (and importantly what it is not), discuss the value personal data...

How to Tackle the GDPR: A Typical Privacy & Security Roadmap

Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Time: 17:30-18:30

How to Tackle the GDPR: A Typical Privacy & Security Roadmap
Dave Horton, OneTrust

As a new era of privacy regulations approaches, security and compliance professionals need to make GDPR a top priority. It is essential to build a roadmap with both privacy and security in mind. In this session, we’ll discuss the importance of privacy management within the context of your existing security and compliance ecosystem –– how it fits into the larger puzzle, why it has been precariously overlooked in the past, and how it can be seamlessly integrated as a function...

Privacy-by-Design in Federated Identity Management
Rainer Hörbe, Kantara Initiative

Federated Identity Management (FIM), while solving important scalability, security and privacy problems of remote entity authentication, introduces new privacy risks. By virtue of sharing identities with many systems, the improved data quality of subjects may increase the possibilities of linking private data sets; moreover, new opportunities for user profiling are being introduced. However, FIM models to mitigate these risks have been proposed. In this presentation we elaborate privacy by...

Leveraging UMA's Power for Compliance and User Control
Eve Maler, ForgeRock

In the face of not just GDPR, but many nations' new mandates for consumer data rights, organizations with a variety of business models face what may be their most serious dilemma of the information age: how can we deal in personal data safely? Proponents of the User-Managed Access vision would say the only way is to offer individuals "context, control, choice, and respect". This session will explore new UMA work that maps the flow of on-the-wire technical artifacts to legal devices such as...

Munich, Germany


European Identity & Cloud Conference 2018

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€1980.00 $2475.00 S$3168.00 21780.00 kr
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  • May 15 - 18, 2018 Munich, Germany