Privacy by Design

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Wednesday, May 15, 2019     START TIME: 11:00  
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The EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), is in force since May 25, 2018, and had a global impact not only on data privacy but on the interaction between businesses and their customers and consumers. Organizations had to review how they onboard customers and consumers and how to convince these of giving consent, but also review the amount and purposes of PII they collect. Building an identity and access management strategy is a key factor to comply with the GDPR, to manage customer identities and to help improve the business’s view of its customer and its relationship with them.

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After attending this track you will be able to:

  • Explain how to work GDPR compliant in your Company
  • Describe the advantages of Privacy by Design (PbD)
  • Embody Privacy by Design (PbD) principles into your system
  • Explain why cybersecurity?is becoming a matter of good corporate governance

You can get 2 CPEs for this track.


Use of Production Data in Test Environments

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Time: 11:00-12:00

Use of Production Data in Test Environments
Claus Nørklit Roed, PwC Denmark

Due to the requirements in GDPR, IAM professionals can no longer accept to use production data in development and test environments, which has been a common practice for many years. The presentation will focus on the GDPR requirements regarding anonymization or pseudonymization of production data, and discuss why this is almost impossible to do in IAM projects. Testing IAM solutions and cleaning data is an integral part of the presentation. Key takeaways:...

Privacy By Design as a System Design Strategy
Sagara Gunathunga, WSO2

Security and Privacy in the “When-Not-If” Era
Jean-Christophe Gaillard, Corix Partners

Beyond a mere equation between risk appetite, compliance and costs, cybersecurity is becoming a matter of good corporate governance, good ethics, and quite simply – good business. The Board, which is ultimately accountable for cyber resilience, must own it and drive it as a key pillar of any firm Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy

Privacy — Do We Actually Care?

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Time: 12:00-13:00

Privacy — Do We Actually Care?
Christian Goy, Behavioral Science Lab

This session will highlight how we rationalize or perceive data-privacy, why we care and actually don't, and what we expect from companies when it comes to our own data.  This session will explore and explain how understanding individuals’ expectation about privacy, and the principle of behavioral economics will have an enormous impact on how companies conduct business today and more importantly, tomorrow. 

LIVE Demo of an Interoperable Personal Data Receipt Ecosystem – the Kantara Initiative Privacy Control Panel System
Andrew Hughes, Kantara Initiative • Keith Uber, Ubisecure • Mark Lizar, Open Consent Group • Katherine Noall, Sphere Identity

Munich, Germany


European Identity & Cloud Conference 2019

Registration fee:
€2100.00 $2625.00 S$3360.00 23100.00 kr
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Contact person:

Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
  • May 14 - 17, 2019 Munich, Germany