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Nordic Privacy & Data Protection

Sweden's first and only comprehensive privacy conference for data-sensitive organizations, that will together with you discover the cross industrial cases of GDPR adoption from leading nordic private corporations and public sector. Share and show the compelling insights from key four verticals involved with the change (IT, Security, Finance and Legal). Stay prepared for the Interactive open discussion format that includes corporate leadership, government, privacy activists, authorities. 

Points to be learned

  1. IT, Security, Legal, Management - who's in charge of GDPR?
  2. PUL VS GDPR and other European Jurisdictions. 
  3. Privacy by Default & Privacy by Design. 
  4. PIA performance & analysis 
  • 16

    topics

  • 9

    hours

  • 30+

    discussions

  • 100

    key participants

Participants

Program

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07:45 - 08:15

REGISTRATION & MORNING COFFEE

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08:20 - 08:25

PRIVACY STATUS QUO IN SWEDEN

Need for a local discussion about Privacy and Data Protection has never been more obvious. Let's open this day with a few statements on why and GDPR is taking us to the new era of data production and management. 

Karen Lawrence Öqvist

Karen Lawrence Öqvist

IAPP, Knowledge Net Chair
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08:30 - 09:15

THE GAP THAT NEEDS TO BE CLOSED

Sweden carries the burden of closing a huge gap between status quo of its current Personal Data Act (PDA) and the requirements of the GDPR. Other European jurisdictions like Germany and the UK have been rather proactive in its approach. This session gives a comprehensive review of the main changes that will be brought in by the new law for Swedish organizations, given by experts from Sweden, Germany and the UK.

Erik Wennerström

Erik Wennerström

National Council for Crime Prevention Chairman
Örjan Brinkman

Örjan Brinkman

European Consumer Organisation President
Estelle	Massé

Estelle Massé

Access Now Policy Analyst
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09:20 - 09:45

PRIVACY PROGRAMS. DOES ONE SIZE FIT ALL?

During the last months we have seen a flow of “How to prepare for the GDPR”. It is everything from step-by-step guides on an A4 to comprehensive legal investigations with advanced next actions. It can easily be overwhelming to capture all of the suggestions made. How should you choose which of all of this recommendations to follow? Is it as easy as to copy-paste what someone is recommending you to do? In this session I will try to help the listener to find their own path in this jungle of recommendations and how to decide which recommendations to listen to.

Filip	Johnssén

Filip Johnssén

Sandvik Group Group Privacy Manager
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09:50 - 10:10

GROW YOUR BUSINESS FROM THE INSIDE

Most of us are experts on navigating information from the outside. The new evolving tool for our success and happiness is within ourselves. It is about expanding our awareness in the moment to take better decisions in all moments during our lives.

Ludvig 	von Bahr

Ludvig von Bahr

MindsUnlimited Founding Partner
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10:15 - 10:30

MEETING ZONES & REFRESHMENTS

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10:35 - 11:140

PLANNING FOR CHANGE

BizzTanks are interactive group sessions. Choose your focus onsite and discuss in dedicated small focus tanks: Finance, Legal, IT and Executive.

  1. Finance The GDPRs corresponding fines keep the CFOs awake at night. How to deal with fines up to 4% of your organization’s global annual turnover? How to deal with the financial effects of the GDPR without being an expert in compliance?
    Per Thorsheim

    Per Thorsheim

    Independent Security Advisor

  2. Legal One of the publicly expressed aims of the GDPR is to “allow people to regain control of their personal data”. How to translate the GDPR to a clear and fully understandable message towards customers and users?
    Fredrik 	Bergman

    Fredrik Bergman

    Centrum för Rättvisa

    Chief Legal Counsel

  3. IT The GDPR needs to be treated differently than other compliances. How is your IT department affected by the key-changes?
    Ulf Berglund

    Ulf Berglund

    Cloud Alliance, Sweden

    President

  4. Executive Setting up a privacy plan is crucial for meeting the GDPRs requirements. Who should be part of a high-breed team that leads the changes? How to detect the hot spots of privacy and data within your organization. How to know the unknown?
    Erik 	Lakomaa

    Erik Lakomaa

    Stockholm School of Economics

    Doctor of Economics

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11:45 - 12:15

BIG DATA SUSTAINABILITY: AN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ANALOGY

Today, organizations globally wrestle with how to extract valuable insights from diverse data sets without invading privacy, causing discrimination, harming their brand or otherwise undermining the sustainability of their big data projects. Leaders in these organizations are thus asking: What management approach should businesses employ to sustainably achieve the tremendous benefits of big data analytics while minimizing the potential negative externalities?

Jonathan 	H. King

Jonathan H. King

Ericsson Head of Cloud Strategy
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12:15 - 12:30

CLARITY, EASE AND ALERTNESS

To spend time on internal inspection is essential to be clear and alert in the moment professionally and privately. Expanding the awareness can help you solve situations more creatively and more compassionately.

Ludvig 	von Bahr

Ludvig von Bahr

MindsUnlimited Founding Partner
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12:30 - 13:15

LUNCH & NETWORKING ZONES

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13:15 - 13:45

PRIVACY IN CULTURE, CODE AND CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

Why all this talk about implementing a privacy program? Taking action for privacy is so much more in this fast moving digital and data driven era. This talk focuses on the importance of shared knowledge, values and understanding in order to establish a sustainable privacy culture within an organisation.

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13:45 - 14:15

TAMING THE BEAST

Several recent prominent hacking incidents have shown how organisations and people around the world fall victim to severe privacy leaks. We’ve seen the absolute worst of consequences to people, while organisations deny responsibility until forced to do so. How can we prepare for crisis and catastrophes in a world where our data are scattered throughout the world in clouds & datacenters?

Per Thorsheim

Per Thorsheim

Independent Security Advisor
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14:15 - 15:00

EVIDENCE & ACCOUNTABILITY

The Accountability principle runs through the core of the GDPR. organisations will have to implement not only internal and publicly-facing policies, records and notices, but also technical measures, and fundamental personnel and strategic changes to their processing operations. The principles is not only a challenge but also represent an opportunity for organisations to create trust in their data processing operations; with both consumers and Data Protection Authorities. What are the challenges vs. the opportunities? How does the reinforcement of controllers responsibility impact organisations and its suppliers?

Caroline 	Olstedt Carlström

Caroline Olstedt Carlström

Klarna Chief Counsel Global Privacy
Moderator
Elin	van Beesel

Elin van Beesel

KPMG Forensic And Internal Risk
Amelia	Andersdotter

Amelia Andersdotter

Dataskydd.net President
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15:00 - 15:30

NETWORKING & ENERGIZER

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15:30 - 16:30

SOLUTION-GENERATOR

15 minutes hands-on guide for your privacy plan development followed by a 45 minutes discussion in four dedicated tanks, approaching different solutions.

  1. Legal Transparency and freedom of choice for users: Schibsted Media Group´s efforts to meet legal requirements while enabling a stimulating user dialogue and exploring new business opportunities. 20-minute presentation, followed by 25 minutes Q&A.
    Ingvild 	Næss

    Ingvild Næss

    Schibsted Media Group

    Group Privacy Officer

  2. Security Managing the challenges of the cloud under the new EU GDPR The legal, compliance and information security communities are abuzz with talk of the GDPR. The GDPR will carry higher penalties than have been seen to date and will supersede any country-level data privacy regulations within the EU.
    Elad	Tzur

    Elad Tzur

    ObserveIT

    Sales Director

  3. IT Is User Behavior the Key for Compliance? Several researches show that 80% of Security incidents in every organization are caused by careless activities of internal users, simply because they are not aware of the security policy. Let’s face it, 99.9% of our users are not malicious, but at the same time, these users are not security experts as well.How can we reduce the amount of incidents and enforce the policy with minimum impact? Let’s try to find out together.
    Thomas	Hedströmmer

    Thomas Hedströmmer

    Netskope

    Director Nordics and Baltics

  4. Legal Consent The GDPR specifies the requirements for consents in a more detailed way. But how should this be interpreted in practice? How many tick-boxes are needed and how could you obtain sufficient consent from your customers by phone or in a store?
    Agnes	Hammerstrand

    Agnes Hammerstrand

    Delphi

    IT Lawyer

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16:30 - 17:00

THE 7 PRINCIPLES OF PBD AND OTHER PRACTICALITIES OF THE GDPR

Can you explain the difference between embedded privacy and privacy by default? After this session you'll be able to. Listen to a hands-on breakdown of the GDPR’s practicalities like Privacy by Design (Data Protection by Design) and Privacy Impact Assessment.

Simone 	Fischer-Hübner

Simone Fischer-Hübner

Karlstad University Professor in Computer Science
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17:00 - 17:15

SUMMARY OF THE DAY

Let’s wrap it up with some practical advice and recommendations for training programs and networks. Our experts stay a little longer and offer you face-2-face time to boost an individual conversation.

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Karen Lawrence Öqvist

CEO

We at BizzGrid take a particular pride of this event as it was our launch in the industry. Everything went really well and we are happy with the atmosphere, learning and the impact the meeting has made on the Nordic privacy Community. Good Job, everybody!

Anastasia Lodhi

Founder

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