Super Early Bird Fee
Register and Pay
by 19 Jul ’19
Early Bird Fee
Register and Pay
by 16 Aug ’19
Regular Fee
Register and Pay
after 16 Aug ’19
Singapore-registered companies $2,027.65 (SGD) $2,188.15 (SGD) $2,348.65 (SGD)
Non Singapore-registered companies $1,895 (SGD) $2,045 (SGD) $2,195 (SGD)

 

Group Discount!
Enjoy 10% off when you register for 3 or more OR
For groups of 3, 4th comes for free

IMPORTANT NOTES
  1. Super Early Bird and Early Bird promotion: Discount will only be valid if payment is received by the stipulated date.
  2. Group discount only applies to registrations from the same company, attending the same event in the same country location. Delegates must register at the same time and be of the same billing source. Only a single invoice will be issued.
  3. Only corporate registrations will be accepted.
  4. Bank charges & taxes are to be borne by registrants, if applicable.
  5. Full payment is mandatory upon registration for admission to the event.
  6. Walk-in delegates will only be admitted on the basis of space availability at the event and with immediate full payment.
  7. Fee includes lunch, refreshments and event documentation.
  8. The organiser reserves the right to make any amendments that it deems to be in the interest of the event without any notice.
  9. Information provided will be used for event administration and updates on upcoming events. For more details, please visit: http://www.conferences.com.sg/personal-data-protection-statement/

CANCELLATION & REPLACEMENT

A replacement is allowed if registered participants are unable to attend. For cancellations received in writing before 16 Aug 2019, a full refund will be given with a 10% administrative charge. For cancellations received in writing before 29 Aug 2019, a 50% refund will be given together with the event documentation. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after 29 Aug 2019 or “no show” participants. However participants will receive a copy of the event documentation.

EU’s Data Privacy Crackdown: Are you at Risk of Regulatory Breach?
1 year in– 59000 data breaches. €50 million fine imposed on Google*.
Regulators are clamping down and businesses are under intense scrutiny.

How does the GDPR’s extraterritorial scope apply to your organisation?
What is fair and lawful processing of personal data under the GDPR?
What are the key obligations for data processors and controllers?
What are the reporting requirements for a data breach?

Clarify GDPR’s Novelties, Exemptions, Implications for Non-EU Businesses

Join this 2-day workshop to attain a comprehensive understanding of GDPR requirements and acquire practical compliance recommendations. Gain insight into what works and what doesn’t under GDPR’s privacy by design and the right to erasure. Learn how to lawfully process data including privacy notices, profiling activities and marketing consent. Find out pitfalls to avoid when contracting with suppliers and transferring data. Determine how to prepare for a mandatory data breach notification and be updated with the latest enforcement trends.


Unique Features

    • Led by Gabriel Voisin, Partner, Privacy & Data Protection from Bird & Bird UK
    • Relate statutory requirements to actual scenarios and practical examples
    • Interactive sessions to clarify your doubts and questions

Obtain Answers to Grey Areas

  • When does the territorial scope of the GDPR apply or not?
  • When are Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) required?
  • How about records of processing activities including controller and processor versions?
  • What is the lawful basis for processing personal and sensitive personal data?
  • How to draft a GDPR compliant privacy notice?
  • What are the implications of individual rights that organisations need to prepare for?
  • What terms are required in future and existing contracts with suppliers and partners?
  • What are the GDPR novelties for data transfers?
  • What about existing EC approved controller-to-processor and controller-to-controller terms?
  • What are the exemptions under the personal data breach notification?
  • How will enforcement and appeals operate under the GDPR?
  • How will administrative fines be calculated?
  • What should we expect from authorities in the coming months?
 

Workshop Leader

Gabriel Voisin

Partner, Privacy & Data Protection,

Bird & Bird LLP, UK

CLC4-Bird & Bird LLP

 

Gabriel advises on a range of international data compliance projects, including the implementation of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) strategies, international data transfers and local data compliance. Additionally, Gabriel has robust experience of advising clients on guarding against and mitigating potential cyber intrusions and computer breach events for a broad range of major multinationals. His practice also frequently involves counselling clients on various aspects of technology law, including e-commerce, PCI compliance and online marketing.

 

Gabriel is also active in civilian unmanned aircraft system issues (commercial “drones”). He is part of Bird & Bird’s EU UAS Legal, Regulatory & Commercial Interest Group which aims to discuss and develop the relevant legal, regulatory and commercial issues.

 

Gabriel is a regular speaker at events and is recognised by a leading media agency client as “one of the best presenters [we]’ve seen in a long time”, so he comes highly recommended. He also contributes to a range of publications including IAPP, Expertises (French publication) and BNA’s Privacy & Security Law Report. Gabriel is a member of the French Association of Data Protection Officers (AFCDP).

Who Should Attend

Senior level executives responsible for Legal, Compliance, Data Protection, Data Privacy, Internal Audit, IT Security

 

Agenda

  • Registration: 8.30am • Workshop: 9.00am – 5.00pm
    Morning, afternoon refreshments & lunch will be served at appropriate intervals.

  • Session 1: Jurisdiction- How the GDPR regulates multinational and international organisations

    • When does the GDPR apply: territorial scope and Brexit considerations
    • Latest guidelines from the EDPB on territorial scope and practical examples
    • What are the ‘main establishment’ and lead supervisory authority concepts?
  • Session 2: Accountability- What is it and how to design a program for your organisation?

    • Developing policies and relevant training modules
    • When are Data Protection Impact Assessments required?
    • How about records of processing activities (controller and processor versions)?
  • Session 3: Fair and lawful processing under the GDPR, including privacy notices, profiling activities and marketing consent

    • What is the lawful basis for processing personal and sensitive personal data?
    • How to draft a GDPR compliant privacy notice?
    • GDPR consent and marketing activities
  • Session 4: Individual rights, such as data portability, the right to erasure and subject access

    • What are these rights?
    • What are the implications organisations need to prepare for?
    • Case study
  • Session 5: Contracting with suppliers and partners

    • Controller and processor distinctions
    • What terms are you required to have in your future and existing contracts?
    • What about liability and indemnity clauses?
  • Session 6: Data transfer compliance

    • Refresher on the topic
    • GDPR novelties
    • What about existing EC approved controller-to-processor and controller-to-controller terms?
  • Session 7: Personal data breach notification under the GDPR

    • What is required from May and how to prepare if you are a controller or processor
    • Are there exemptions?
    • Practical tips
  • Session 8: Regulatory enforcement and appeals: gloves are off

    • How will enforcement and appeals operate under the GDPR?
    • How will administrative fines be calculated?
    • Enforcement action trends and what should we expect from national data protection authorities in the coming months?

*https://www.dlapiper.com/de/austria/news/2019/02/dla-piper-gdpr-data-breach-survey/