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GDPR: two years later: What does it mean for the data subject? A look back and ahead. A joint invitation by the Cyber Security Coalition and Beltug: 5 virtual sessions, first of which on 28 May 2020


Date:28/05/2020
Time:13:30
Location:virtual sessions


 

 

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing widespread concern around the world. We hope that you, your family and colleagues are healthy and safe.

 

Same as with our other activities, we converted this 'GDPR: two years later: What does it mean for the data subject? A look back and ahead' event - a joint initiative by the Cyber Security Coalition and Beltug - into a virtual experience. 5 weeks in a row, you'll have the opportunity to learn and exchange insights.

 

During this series of 1-hour webinars, we'll evaluate the GDPR from the perspective of the data subject to assess its effectiveness in actively enhancing individual control.

 

Starting on 28 May, you'll have the opportunity to join us for a new topic, each week until the end of June.

 

All webinars are held in English and the presentations will be followed by a Q&A session. You can sign up for one, several or all sessions.

 

Once you have registered, you will receive the meeting link where you can log-in to follow the webinar.

 

We hope you can join us.

 


5 virtual sessions
each from 13:30-14:30
 
 
This event will be held as a virtual meeting. The link will be provided in the Confirmation email.
 


 

 

Programme

 

28 May, 13:30 Best practice to improve your GDPR stakeholder involvement in decision taking

with Matthias Dobbelaere-Welvaert, Ministry of Privacy

More info and registration

 

 

4 June, 13:30 How to collect consent without creating consent fatigue?

with Prof. Paul De Hert and Gianclaudio Malgieri, VUB

More info and registration

 

 

9 June, 13:30 The 'Right to be forgotten' is not absolute

with Peter Van Dyck, Partner at Allen & Overy (Belgium) LLP

More info and registration

 

 

23 June, 13:30 European Self-Sovereign Identity Framework

with Daniël Du Seuil, Programme manager and blockchain architect with the Flemish public service

More info and registration

 

 

25 June, 13:30 Privacy as a human right

with Kati Verstrepen, President of the Ligue for Human Rights

More info and registration