3 April 2017 - Mini-conference on: “Brexit, Privacy Shield and the future of Transborder personal data transfers"

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The Institute of Banking and the IAPP KnowledgeNet Dublin are pleased to invite all members and non-members to our mini-conference on: “Brexit, Privacy Shield and the Future of Transborder Personal Data Transfers"

 

“Brexit, Privacy Shield and the Future of Transborder Personal Data Transfers"

 Date

 Monday, 3 April 2017

 Time

 Registration and light refreshments from  8.15am to 9.15am 
 End of the event 1pm

 Presenters 

 Denis Kelleher, Senior Legal Counsel, Central Bank of Ireland (Chair)
 Maureen Kehoe, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Data Protection Commissioner
 John O’Connor, Partner, William Fry Solicitors
 Gonzalo Caro, Global Operations Privacy Manager, Microsoft Corporation (co-chair)
 Marie Charlotte Roques, Director, EMEA Privacy Policy, Microsoft
 Dr TJ McIntyre, Lecturer in Law, University College Dublin and Chairman, Digital Rights Ireland

 CPD Hours

 This mini conference is accredited for 1 CPD hour for QFA, APAs and Grandfathers, 2 CPD hours for CDPOs and 3 CPD hours for Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers, Certified Bank Directors, LCOIs and FCOI (Compliance). 

 Fees

 The event is free of charge for members of The Institute of Banking, The IAPP KnowledgeNet Dublin,  The Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland, Life Insurance Association, The Insurance Institute and the SUMMIT FINUAS Network.
 Tickets for non-members: €30

 Location

 The Institute of Banking, IFSC, 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1. See map here

Agenda

Time

Speaker   

Topic

9.15 

 Denis Kelleher, Central Bank of Ireland (Chair)

 Opening remarks: "Why do Transborder Data Flows Matter?"

9.35

 Maureen Kehoe, Office of Data Protection Commissioner

 The supervisor’s perspective

10.10

 John O’Connor, Partner, William Fry Solicitors

 "Data Protection: what does it mean for Brexit?"

10.45

 Questions

11.00

 Coffee break

11.25

 Gonzalo Caro Microsoft (co-chair)

 Introductory remarks

11.35

 Marie Charlotte Roques, Microsoft

 “Transfers & accountability: how to demonstrate compliance beyond the Shield, the clauses and Brexit challenges?”

12.10

 Dr TJ McIntyre. UCD & Digital Rights Ireland

 "Brexit, Privacy Shield and Fundamental Rights"

12.45

 Questions

1.00

 Close

Presenters

Denis Kelleher

Denis Kelleher will be chairing the conference and putting the theme of the conference, Transborder personal data transfers in context.
Denis Kelleher, BCL, LLD, BL is the, author of Privacy and Data Protection Law in Ireland (Bloomsbury Professional, 2nd Ed. 2015), the leading Irish text, and many other publications.  He’s a Senior Legal Counsel in the Legal Division of the Central Bank of Ireland.  He co-ordinates and delivers the Professional Certificate in Date Protection on behalf of of the Institute of Banking.   He is a member of the IAPP's EU Advisory Board and a co-chair of IAPP's Dublin KnowledgeNet.  Previously, he held the posts of Legal Counsellor in the Permanent Representation of Ireland to the European Union, Advisory Counsel in the Office of the Attorney General and Junior Counsel in private practice.

 

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Maureen Kehoe

Maureen Kehoe will be giving the view of the DPC.
Maureen Kehoe is an Assistant Commissioner in the office of the Data Protection Commissioner, with responsibility for Transfers to Third Countries, Breach Notifications and Investigation of Access Request Complaints. She has twenty years experience as a practising solicitor having been admitted as a solicitor by the Law Society of Ireland in 1997.

 

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John O’Connor

John O’Connor will be examining the potential impact of Transborder personal data transfers on Brexit.
John is a Partner in William Fry’s Technology Group.   He specialises in complex and large scale technology and outsourcing transactions including systems integration and implementation arrangements, licensing, IT and business process outsourcings and cloud services.  John is also a specialist in the area of privacy, data protection and cyber security law and advises on general compliance, data transfers, hosting, issue management and best practice. He has gained particular experience of advising technology, life sciences and financial services organisations on major outsourcings and on ‘big data’ projects including the procurement and deployment of FinTech. 

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Gonzalo Caro

Gonzalo Caro will act as co-chair and introduce the late morning session
Gonzalo Caro, CIPP/E, is the Global Privacy Manager leading the Microsoft WW Operations Privacy program across multiple lines of business, from Enterprise Licensing to Online/Cloud Solutions. Gonzalo graduated with First Class Honours in Business Management through Dublin Business School and also completed studies in Philosophy and Logic in Badajoz (Spain). Gonzalo has co-chaired the IAPP KnowledgeNet in Ireland since 2016. On a personal note, Gonzalo lives in Dublin with his wife and 11-years’ old daughter and is an avid flamenco guitar player.

 

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Marie Charlotte Roques

Marie Charlotte Roques will discuss “Transfers & accountability: how to demonstrate compliance beyond the Shield, the clauses and Brexit challenges?”
Marie Charlotte Roques is the current Director of EMEA Privacy policy in Microsoft where she is responsible for identifying and addressing privacy EMEA regulatory challenges in the cloud-based & big data era. Marie Charlotte graduated in International Marketing and Public Digital Law at the University of Social Sciences in Toulouse and holds a Ph.D. in Digital Law. Also a former member of the CNIL, the French Data Protection authority, Marie Charlotte has also released a series of 72 educational videos via her YouTube channel on the GDPR. On a personal note, Marie Charlotte is married with one baby boy and lives in Paris.

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Dr TJ McIntyre

Dr TJ McIntyre will discuss Brexit, Privacy Shield and Fundamental Rights subjects.
Dr TJ McIntyre is Lecturer in Law, University College Dublin where he specialises in issues involving information technology law and civil liberties. He holds a BCL from University College Dublin (First Class Honours), an LLM from University College London and a PhD from the University of Edinburgh. His doctoral thesis was on the topic of internet filtering law and governance.  He qualified as a barrister in the Honorable Society of King's Inns, Dublin where he achieved the Antonia O'Callaghan Prize for Advocacy, and was later admitted as a solicitor by the Law Society of Ireland. He is a member of the New York Bar.  He is chairman of the independent civil liberties group Digital Rights Ireland and regularly appears in the national and international media discussing issues of law and technology.

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CPD Hours

This mini conference is accredited for 1 CPD hour for QFA, APAs and Grandfathers, 2 CPD hours for CDPOs and 3 CPD hours for Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers, Certified Bank Directors, LCOIs and FCOI (Compliance). 

Register

The event is free of charge for members of The Institute of Banking, The IAPP KnowledgeNet Dublin, The Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland, Life Insurance Association, The Insurance Institute and the SUMMIT FINUAS Network. Tickets for non-members: €30. 

The Institute of Banking members: click here to register.
The IAPP KnowledgeNet members: click here to register.

If you are not a member or you forgot your login details, please contact our customer services team on (01) 611 6500 to register your place. 

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