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Brexit Briefing by Data Protection World Forum

On 6th March in Central London, Data Protection World Forum will host a Brexit Briefing to help organisations prepare for Brexit implications.

Data Protection World Forum is delighted to announce a one day Brexit Briefing to help businesses with the uncertainty of data protection after Brexit. The Brexit Briefing will host a wealth of speakers who are from a data protection, privacy and cyber security background. 

The one-day event is aimed to help educate, inspire and offer practical tips and advice to attendees, who will have the opportunity to ask speakers their specific queries about the potential regulatory changes. 

The briefing will play host to several thought leaders as well as data protection and privacy experts, who will deliver in-depth, interactive and engaging presentations and panel discussions.

The Brexit Briefing by Data Protection World Forum will look at what the implications are for data protection if there is a no-deal Brexit. Speakers include:

• Eleonor Duhs, Director, Technology, Outsourcing and Privacy, Fieldfisher – former UK Government’s lead lawyer in EU negotiations on GDPR Senior Lawyer at the Department for Exiting the European Union
• Linda Bazant, Barrister & Brexit and GDPR Consultant
• Ian West, Executive Vice President & COO GDPR Associates
• Abigail Dubiniecki, Data Privacy Specialist, My InHouse Lawyer
• Kwame Opoku-Addo, Business Change Analyst, Government Legal Department
• Anthony Lee, Partner, DMH Stallard LLP

Ivana Bartoletti, Head of Privacy and Data Protection, Gemserv is moderating the Brexit Briefing, she commented: “As discussions in Parliament are still ongoing, it is important for businesses to prepare for any possible scenario, including a no deal. The Information Commissioner Office has published some very detailed advice and the event will help organisations digest them, understand how Brexit will impact their data sharing arrangements and gain practical knowledge of how to ensure business continuity.”

Speaking on the event, Nick James, Founder of Data Protection World Forum commented: “There is much confusion for organisations around the implications of Brexit, particularly around data protection. The Brexit Briefing will offer guidance, information and advice on specific data protection rules and regulations. Our in-depth agenda will help organisations understand the potential outcomes and challenges on the horizon.”


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