We want data protection to succeed! But above all:
we want you to be safe!

Data protection is important to us all and during these unprecedented times, it goes without saying, that everybody's health and safety takes priority.



This is why, due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, the organization team of the GDPR2 conference, has decided to cancel the conference in its original form, which was supposed to take place in Fonds Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg.

In concrete terms this means: We have taken the decision not to hold a traditional conference, but: we are working on a concept that will be adapted to the current situation and contribute to the success of data protection in Europe. For now we are working on an online platform that will bring together the data protection community and helps all of us to share best practices in this field.

We still want companies to take stock of what has been achieved as well as to recapitulate the data protection strategies which have proven to work or to identify the aspects of the GDPR that are in need of a reshape. The GDPR still is and will continue to be on the European agenda - and we will, with your help, give data protection a home.

Let us therefore thank all supporters, sponsors, interested parties, data protection experts, visitors of our conference. All tickets purchased and sponsorship payments made will be refunded or can be transferred on a voluntary basis to support an online virtual conference. In this way, the companies affected by the GDPR are directly involved in the further development of data protection standards.

About the #GDPR2 Conference

The Economic Forum for Best Practices in Data Protection in the Heart of Europe.

Who is the target group of the conference?

Are you an executive director, consultant, data protection officer in a company or association, lawyer, risk manager or IT controller and do you have to face the challenge of implementing the GDPR? In the course of our European conference we offer you a platform for the exchange of experiences and best practices with other economic operators and data protection professionals.

We also want to give voice to companies to articulate their specific needs as well as their wishes and expectations regarding any adjustments to the relevant data protection laws. In this way, the companies affected by the GDPR are directly involved in the further development of data protection standards.

Why Online?

Originally it was planned to hold the conference in Luxembourg as last year. Please find more information about the GDPR+1 conference here. Due to the developments with the coronavirus we decided to host a virtual GDPR2 conference. The planned presentations will take place online which allows us to make them accessible to all relevant managers and data protection professionals in Europe.

Concept of the conference

Two years after the implementation of the GDPR we would like to use the opportunity to take retrospectively stock of what has been achieved as well as to recapitulate the data protection strategies which have proven to work and to identify the aspects of the GDPR that are still in need of reform. The aim is to jointly develop constructive proposals for solutions and face together the challenges posed by the GDPR.

GDPR2

1500

Attendees

10

Speakers

8

Sessions

Event Schedule (all times CET)

09:00
Caroline Krohn, Managing Partner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten

Caroline Krohn, Managing Partner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten

Welcome by the conference host

Welcome of the participants

09:15
Frederick Richter, Director, Stiftung Datenschutz

Frederick Richter, Director, Stiftung Datenschutz

Welcome Speech

09:30
Anja Hofmann, Managing Director, Deutsche Bildung<

Anja Hofmann, Managing Director, Deutsche Bildung

Welcoming by cooperation partner

09:45
Maxim Jonelat, Deutsche Bildung

Maxim Jonelat, Deutsche Bildung

Sovereign life in a digital city - Challenges of making urban data work

10:00
Caroline Krohn, Managing Partner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten

Caroline Krohn, Owner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten

Introduction

10:10
Arron Finnon

Ethical Hacker Arron „Finux“ Finnon, CTO, Vindler GmbH

What is Social Engineering and how GDPR can help you defend against it

11:10
Caroline Krohn, Owner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten

Caroline Krohn, Owner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten

Introduction

11:20
Nina Fasel

Nina Fasel, IT Security Consultant, Vindler GmbH

Let's talk tech - GDPR is more than legal guidelines

12:00
Session I

Wojciech Nazarek, Head of Privacy, Talkwalker S.à r.l.

The unbearable lightness of being a Data Protection Officer

12:40
Session I

Reiner Egeler, GDPR Leader DACH, IBM

The importance of data operation to perform AI and stay GDPR compliant

13:20
Session I

Gertrud Huberty, Corporate Data Protection Officer, CHAMP Cargosystems S.A.

“Suffering from GDPR compliance pain”? …There is relief from the pain – Get the hang of the roadmap

14:00
Fokke Jan van der Tol

Fokke Jan van der Tol, Global data governance counsel, Data Governance Consult

Using digital surveillance to manage pandemics, epidemics and outbreaks

14:40
Dr. Andreas Kremer

Dr. Andreas Kremer, Co-founder & Managing Director, ITTM S.A.

Data Protection in the Healthcare Sector – Various Viewpoints on the same Data

15:20
Hanno Pingsmann

Hanno Pingsmann, CEO CyberDirekt

Will a cyber insurance protect against data breaches?

15:50 pannel

GDPR Worldwide - Panel discussion about international data transfer in EU and non-EU areas

Caroline Krohn, Owner, Wirtschaftsdiplomaten (host)

Andrea Willemin, International Expert Advisor and Chief DPO (Brazil)

Rolf-Dieter Kargl, Group Data Privacy Officer Magenta Telekom (Austria)

Samir Aliyev, DPO Programme Director at University of St.Gallen (Switzerland)

17:00
Session I

Frank Meyer, Datenschutzbeauftragter DZ PRIVATBANK S.A.

Informationspflichten nach Art.13/14 DSGVO, Umgang mit Veränderungen

18:30
Official end of the event

Official end of the event