GDPR unpacked with Allen & Overy
7th November, 10:30 – 11:30 (Warsaw/Amsterdam/Sarajevo)
This webinar targets executive management, Board members and other staff/ stakeholders recommended by the CEO, as it will tackle some of the critical issues relating to data protection. Data protection regulation comes at a time when businesses are increasingly data driven. The volume of personal information that they are collecting and keeping is increasing with the information becoming, in many cases, a key business asset. This is an asset that can be exploited not just through increasingly sophisticated marketing operations but also through techniques such as “big data” analysis and the development of artificial intelligence. Institutions that understand their data protection obligations and seek to meet them in an intelligent way will be best placed to unlock the benefits of the personal data that they hold.
Allen & Overy LLP is an international law firm advising national and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and governments. Allen & Overy is one of the ten largest law firms in the world measured by revenue and is regularly listed as one of the most prestigious and elite law firms in the world.
To ensure that all participants have a base knowledge some articles will be circulated in advance. It is expected that all participants take the time to read through them. Everybody will have the opportunity to submit specific questions. This will allow A&O to prepare a presentation that relates to the audience. To ensure that we generate sufficient quality questions David Kruijff (firstname.lastname@example.org), who will moderate the webinar, will set-up a slack group for the occasion which should stimulate the discussion.
Speaker: Nicole Wolters Ruckert, Allen & Overy’s
Nicole heads Allen & Overy’s Data Privacy team in Amsterdam and specialises in data protection, privacy and technology. She advices both local and international companies on an array of data protection matters ranging from data protection compliance, to assisting enforcement processes conducted by the relevant Data Protection Authorities and advising on new data-driven business models. An important part of her practice involves advising on the data protection implications of the GDPR and the e-Privacy Directive (or future e-Privacy Regulation) on technological developments like AI and Big Data. She has specific experience advising on the data protection aspects of marketing and online advertising (i.e. ad tech) and works across a range of business sectors including technology, media, telecom, retail, financial services and insurance. She started her career in 2004, after graduating cum laude from two Masters of Law at both the University of Amsterdam and the University of Antwerp.
|This event is financed by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) 2014-2020. For further information: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi|