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Next steps for UK data protection

Location Online event

Start date 23/06/2021

End date 23/06/2021



Data protection in the UK post-Brexit - responding to the European Commission’s decision on data adequacy
Developing the UK’s post-Brexit data protection policy and regulatory frameworks
The impact of COVID-19 - implications of increased remote working during the pandemic, and the role of data in supporting medical research and contact tracing
Next steps for data sharing, and priorities for implementing the new code of practice - privacy, enforcement, and sharing data internationally
Taking forward the National Data Strategy - developing best practice for data compliance, and guidelines across key sectors to support innovation and growth
The way forward for UK data protection policy.

Keynote contributions: Mark Thompson, Global Lead, Privacy Advisory Practice, KPMG; and Steve Wood, Executive Director Regulatory Strategy, Information Commissioner’s Office.

Speakers also confirmed: Chris Combemale, CEO, DMA; Dyann Heward-Mills, Chief Executive Officer, HewardMills; Ventsislav Karadjov, Deputy-Chair, European Data Protection Board; Joss Langford, Director, Coelition; and Zoe Rowland, Head, Data Governance, Cancer Research UK.

Chaired by: Charles Courtenay, the Earl of Devon, Partner, Michelmores.

Event Organiser

Westminster eForum policy conference

More information

ContactPeter van Gelder, Director, Westminster eForum

Tel+44 (0)1344 864796

Email[email protected]