AGENDA. The Global Data Protection Day




On the 30th of January 2023, Copenhagen Compliance® will host an online global event that brings together GDPR and DPO stakeholders. Data Protection Day seeks to explore the constructive improvements within the current privacy framework and debate alternative models of worldwide GDPR enforcement.
Timing Topics/Speakers
9:20 – 9:25 Registration
9:25 – 9:30 Welcome Remarks
9:30 – 10:00

Operational Responses to GDPR: What to Do and When regarding;

  • Data inventory and mapping, the lawful basis for data processing, cross-border transfers, data governance system, DPO, DPIA, design and by default, data retention and record-keeping, accountability, transparency and communications obligations, data subjects’ rights, including access, rectification, erasure, portability, objection to automated processing and revocation of consent, security breach response and notification, vendor management protocol, communicating with DPA
Darine Fayed, General Counsel & DPO, Mailjet and Pathwire
10:00 – 10:30
The reflections on the corporate functioning and efficiency of the Data Privacy and Data Protection Regulation(s).
  • Creating A Data Privacy Culture
David Cauchi, Group Head of Privacy, at LeoVegas Group
10:30 – 11:00
How well is your privacy compliance/GDPR programme (really) going?
  • Using assessing and audit to track your compliance/GDPR programme and its maturity
Fred Oberholzer, EMEA Privacy Director and Group DPO, Legal, Canon
11:00 – 11:30
The corporate focus on information, training and awareness.
  • developing the training plans and methods
  • A review of GDPR article 37 on awareness-raising and training of staff involved in the processing operations
  • The role and responsibility of the DPO
Lorenza Villa, Avvocato, Data Protection Officer, ,Sicurezza sul lavoro
11:30 – 11:40 TEA BREAK
11:40 – 12:20

Top 5 Global Privacy Priorities 

  • New regulations and updates to China’s PIPL, US’ CCPA, CPRA and CDPA, India’s PDP
  • What is the importance of data protection and the role of the privacy officer?
  • What are the emerging trends among privacy professionals, changing consumer behaviour and the focus on trust in organisations?
Marie Wedlin, Client Executive, Strategic, OneTrust
12:20 – 12:45
A global panel discussion:
EU GDPR is now the de facto global golden privacy standard. As a result, multiple countries have introduced mandates and legislation in 2022 and beyond.
  • What are the emerging global trends for IT and Cybersecurity due to the legislation(s)
  • The role of the DPO in ensuring the importance of data protection in the organisation
  • How can the organisation implement the global changes of the new legislation?
  • What are the critical operational insights, issues and challenges
  • How to safeguard individuals’ data subject rights in a world that is recovering from this current crisis
Marie Wedlin (Global), Paula Andrea Aravena (Chile),  Amit Kharkanis (India), Edward Onyenweaku (Africa), Atul Juvle (SE Asia). 
12:45 – 1:00
1:00 – 1:30
GDPR’s operation has revealed progress in protecting personal data across the digital domain.
Emmanuel Fragniere, Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
1:35 – 2:10
How to create a platform to bring the global Data Privacy and Data Protection Regulation best practices together and steer meaningful discussions about the digital regulatory sphere.
Kaja Zorko, Information Security Officer and DPO, Bitstamp
2:10 – 2:40
  • A review of the common Data Privacy, Data Protection, IT and Cybersecurity violations,
  • and the solutions

All speakers

2:40 – 3:00
GDPR is designed to make non-compliance a costly mistake
  • €10 million or 2% of a firm’s annual revenue
  • 4% of annual revenue from the preceding year, whatever is higher
  • Review of violations and fines levied in 2021
  • Growing lack of consent and transparency.
Kersi F. Porbunderwala, President, the EUGDPR Institute
3:00 – 3:15 Tea Break
3:15 – 3:55
Lessons learnt from the digital regulatory sphere to reflect on the current approaches to enforcement models.
Prof. Hernan Huwyler, CPA, MBA, IT Risk and Control Governance Sr. Lead, Danske Bank
4:00 – 4:30
Despite the critical efforts to enhance enforcement and cooperation, critics continue to question the efficiency and long-term viability of the current GDPR enforcement model. Why?

All speakers

4:30 – ….
  • Closing remarks and Final Q&A

All speakers

*Conference Program is subject to change. Approximate timings due to the online nature and the Q/A sessions at the event
The online conference language is English