GDPR Salon

under the patronage of the Belgian State Secretary for Privacy and the Belgian Privacy Commission
Tuesday 23 January 2018, Brussels

ARE YOU READY FOR THE GDPR?

Are you interested to know what kind of GDPR tools are out there?

Are you looking for training opportunities?

Still have questions about how to implement the GDPR in your company or organisation?

GDPR Salon will showcase the latest innovations, software tools and training opportunities, will offer panel sessions on the most pressing GDPR topics and several networking opportunities to talk to experts.

Exhibitors: including Cranium, deJuristen, DP-institute, One Trust, PrivacyPerfect, Realdpg, TrustArc, V-ICT-OR, Wolters Kluwer,... 

Entrance fee

GDPR Salon supports organizations that are subjected to the GDPR [End users]. Experts from these organizations receive a significant discount to the conference, only to cover some of the incurred costs by the organizers. Suppliers are also welcome to participate against the regular entrance fee; to join the discussions and network with speakers, organizers & visitors. In addition to this, GDPR Salon offers limited sponsor and exhibition opportunities to suppliers [for more information fill out the contact form at the bottom of this web page]

End-user [Data Protection Officer, Privacy & Security Manager or other related expert working within a company that is subjected to the GDPR]* = 100 € (excl. VAT)

Suppliers [Technology Vendors, Consultancies] = 350 € (excl. VAT)

LSEC Members = 200 € (excl. VAT)

Non-profit = 25 € (excl. VAT)

Program Overview

08.30 : Opening GDPR Salon- Breakfast & Coffee gathering, visiting the exhibition floor

09.00 : Welcome - GDPR Salon: GDPR State of Play Situation in Europe - Ulrich Seldeslachts, LSEC

09.05 : Introduction Keynotes

GDPR vs AVG/RGPD in Belgium - Phillipe De Backer, Belgian State Secretary for Privacy
CBPL 2.0: Organization, overview of requests & answers, guidance of controllers and processors and future directions after the GDPR - Willem Debeuckelaere from the Belgian Privacy Commission

09.45 Panel 1 : Best Practices and Tools in Consent Management

Experiences and guidance moderation
Best practices and tools in consent management - Bavo van den Heuvel - Founder, Trainer & External DPO at Cranium Applied Privacy, Faculty Member at IAPP

Tools, technologies, training & legal
Solvay Business School assessment, Overview of some tools and technologies - Prof. George Ataya, Professor, Academic Director (Solvay.edu/it) and Managing Partner (ICTC.EU)
- TrustArc Consent Management implementation - Jonathan Harwood, Sales Director of TrustArc

Experiences & challenges with 
Laurie-Anne Bourdain, Senior Manager Privacy at Sony
Willem De Beuckelaere, Belgian Privacy Commission


10.45 : Networking break, exhibition area open to visitors

11.15 : Panel 2 : Best Practices and Tools in Privacy Impact Assessment and DPIA

Experiences and guidance moderation
Best practices and tools in Privacy Impact Assessment and DPIA - Leen Van Goethem, CIPP E, Senior Managing Associate at Law Square

Tools, technologies, training & legal:
IAPP assessment : overview of some tools and technologies - Sam Pfeifle, Content Director, IAPP –
International Association of Privacy Professionals

Automated privacy impact assessments [PIAs] and data protection impact assessments [DPIAs] -
Achint Sehgal, GDPR Solutions Specialist & PIA lead at OneTrust

Experiences & challenges with
Laurie-Anne Bourdain, Senior Manager Privacy at Sony
Dariusz Kloza, DPIA Lab, VUB


12.15 : Networking lunch, exhibition area open to visitors

13.15 : Panel 3 : Best Practices and Tools in Data Protection Technologies

Experiences and guidance moderation
Requirement Definition and Vendor Management - Peter Berghmans Founder of Data Protection Institute & external DPO
The Data Protection Technology Landscape - Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO of LSEC

Tools, technologies, training & legal:
LSEC assessment : overview of some tools and technologies - Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO of LSEC
- End Point Protection & implementation - Vincent Vanbiervliet, Product Manager Data Protection at Sophos

Experiences & challenges with
Jan Leonard, Data Protection Officer at Orange
GDPR register of processing activities - What data, by whom and to what purpose - Charlotte Dereppe, Adviser to the State secretary for privacy


14.15 : Panel 4 : Best Practices and Tools in Data Leakage, Discovery & Reporting

Experiences and guidance moderation
Best practices and tools in Data Leakage, Discovery & Reporting - David Callebaut, Infosentry

Tools, technologies, training & legal:
LSEC assessment : overview of some tools and technologies - Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO from LSEC
Security Technology to support the Data Privacy Lifecycle - Bart Asnot from Symantec
Data Leakeage Detection and SIEM - Johan Dieltjens from IBM

Experiences & challenges with 
Jan Leonard, Data Protection Officer at Orange


15.15 : Networking break, exhibition area open to visitors

15.45 : Panel 5 : Best Practices and Tools in Compliance Management, Audit & Control and Operations

Experiences and guidance moderation
Best Practices and Tools in Compliance Management, Audit & Control and Operations - Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO of LSEC

Tools, technologies, training & legal:
Solvay Business School : tools and technologies assessment - Prof. George Ataya, Professor, Academic Director at Solvay.edu/it & Managing Partner at ICTC.EU
BELTUG questionnaire for cloud service providers - Danielle Jacobs, General Manager of BELTUG and member of the privacy platform of the State Secretary - RealBCP - Marc Thielemans
Customer Use Case : PrivacyPerfect GDPR Compliance Management - Harm Voogt, CEO at Validata GroupGDPR Compliance Management, by PrivacyPerfect and RealDPG

Experiences & challenges with  
Jolien Ghyselinck, DPO Belgian Privacy Commission
Governance issues of European Data Protection Board - Robert Romain, EDPS


16.45 : Closing Remarks by Willem de Beuckelaere, President at the Belgian Privacy Commission and Prof. Paul De Hert, chair of the board of directors Privacy Salon

17.00 : Final Network Q&A and Reception

18.00 : End of GDPR Salon 2018


Changes to the content of the panels are possible. 

OUR EXHIBITORS

Become an exhibitor of GDPR Salon

The GDPR Salon provides companies and vendors with a platform to showcase their new technologies, innovations & training opportunities which help companies and organisations comply with the upcoming GDPR regulation. GDPR salon also provides networking opportunities with customers, prospects & partners.

SPACE ONLY

1 table & 2 chairs
electricity connection

Booth 6 m2 € 2500 + VAT
Booth 4 m2  € 1500 + VAT
€ 500 + VAT per extra m2

BOOTH WITH SHELL 

Panels for back walls and side walls • 2 spot lights • Electricity connection • 1 table & 2 chairs • Your company name on the fascia board (no logos)
Booth 6 m2 € 3500 + VAT
Booth 4 m2 € 2500 + VAT

Special rates for start-ups, please get in touch for more information


General terms and conditions - Booths always have a depth of 2m. - Listing in the exhibitors list on website and brochure - 1 fee waiver for manning the booth - Payment is preferred in EUR and by direct bank transfer at the latest 2 weeks before the event, unless other arrangements are agreed. - The Sponsor is responsible for the setting-up and dismantling of the booth and for organizing and paying the transport of material back to its headquarters. Booth dismantling should be completed on Tuesday 23 January 2018 at 19.00 CET. - Privacy Salon will not be liable for damage or loss to a Sponsor’s properties through fire, theft, accident, or any other cause.
Start-up is defined as: Under 3-years old & pre-revenue.

Cancellation policy: Stand space reservations can be cancelled within 15 days after the reservation. Only written cancellations will be accepted and a cancellation fee of 500 Euro will be charged. No cancellations will be accepted after January 5, 2018, regardless of the date of reservation.

CONTACT US

For more information about the salon or exhibit and sponsorship opportunities please use this form