CONSENT & AGE RELATED DIGITAL RIGHTS

IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE TRUST BRIDGE

The aim of the Age-related Consent and Digital Rights stream of the GDPR summit is to educate attendees about the changes to data handling, privacy, security and a range of business and oversight processes that organisations need to implement to align with the GDPR and related legislation.

Panelists will discuss, using case examples, how to build consumer trust and maximise on the opportunities for a competitive advantage in a post-GDPR environment. Attendees will gain practical insights into how organisations, across a range of sectors, including; advertising and marketing, content providers, retail, charities and education, are adhering to GDPR. Crucially, you will also learn how to handle the information rights the GDPR affords to all age-groups, including children and young people.

The Age-related Consent and Digital Rights stream of the GDPR summit probably the most informative event you are likely to attend in the run up to the GDPR coming into force in May 2018.

WHY ATTEND?

This stream will help board directors, senior management, and those responsible for developing data strategies to harness mobile and digital technologies to ensure their business is compliant.  In particular, we examine how this affects young people and children’s data and how that is managed.

Consumers understand that they need to share some of their personal data with organisations but they rightly expect that information to be kept safe and for organisations to be transparent about its use.

It is the responsibility of the Board and Non Exec Directors to ensure their companies are compliant.

The Facts

Source: Dell

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

This theatre will explore what GDPR means for those who are handling age sensitive data, concentrating on children, young people and senior citizens.

What are the implications of GDPR for businesses who handle  Children’s , Young People’s and Senior Citizen’s Data?

 

How can you use consent to build trust and redress the Privacy balance?

How will; Verified Parental Control, revocation of consent, data portability, the right to erasure effect those responsible for compliance?

How will leaders of organisations be effected by GDPR and consent based data management?

How do you implement successful strategies in the increasingly hyper-connected world?

How is technology is shaping and changing consumer behaviour?

AGENDA

Oct

09

Registration, Breakfast & Networking
08:30 - 09:00
Welcome and Opening remarks
09:00 - 10:00
Compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation: implications for businesses across a range of sectors with Q&A
10:00 - 11:00

This panel will explore the principles that underpin GDPR, the changes to data handling, privacy, security and a range of business and oversight processes that organisations need to implement to align with the GDPR and related legislation. A speaker form the ICO will provide insights regulatory oversight and information rights for children

Moderator:

  • Carol Tullo, Former Director, Information Policy and Services, The National Archives, Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office and Queen’s Printer

Principles of the GDPR

Panel:

  • Lisa Atkinson, UK Information Commissioners Office,

ICO guidance: DPOs, Enforcement & Sanctions.

  • Chiara Rustici, GDPR analyst, consultant, author                

Applying the GDPR Privacy Rules for the Data Economy

  • Stephen Deadman, Panelist

Building trust in a post-GDPR environment

  • Anne Longfield, The Children's Commissioner

Information rights for children, young people and their parents

Coffee and Networking 
11:00 - 11:15
The Role of Technical and Consumer-Centric Standards in Enabling Businesses to (re) Build Trust with Q&A
11:15 - 12:15
Privacy by Design and The Protection of Children’s Digital Rights with Q&A
12:15 - 13:15
Lunch & Networking
13:15 - 14:00
Managing consent, its revocation, and information sharing: The Role of Consumer-Centric Standards with Q&A
14:00 - 15:00
Digital Content Providers Panel: If it’s age-rated should content be age-gated?
15:00 - 15:45
Retail panel: Purchase, Delivery and Collection of age-rated products and services: Reliable and secure attribute checking at key points in the consumer journey 
15:45 - 16:45
Roundup: Implementation a step-by-step approach
16:45 - 17:00

SPEAKERS

Get in touch for more information!

Venue address

40, Islington High Street, London

Get in touch

Jacob Ludlow