Agenda Day 3

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM We all have a GDPR dashboard now. What happens next?

Chiara Rustici, Independent Analyst, EU Privacy
The RegTech market has produced a wealth of accountability interfaces or risk dashboards for legal teams to use.
Important as these are in demonstrating to the regulator that you have a plan in place, dashboards alone will not enable your organisation to action individuals' rights.
This workshop "looks under the bonnet" of existing technology solutions and assesses how effective these are in implementing an organisation's portability, erasure and restriction of processing.
The meeting is under Chatham House Rules and delegates can freely raise concerns: the aim is to highlight existing technology gaps that make GDPR implementation an unresolved issue for the back end.
Among implementation issues to be discussed we'll consider:
· Semantic layers
· GDPR taxonomies
· Knowledge graphs
· Access control layers
· Persistent digital identities
· Graph databases

Chiara Rustici

Independent Analyst
EU Privacy

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Networking Break and Business Card Collection

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Litigation Holds v. The Right To Be Forgotten

Nickolas Savage, Acting ASAC, Federal Bureau of Investigation
· Working With the US Government When Faced with Potential Litigation
· Emerging Themes, i.e., Myriad Platforms and Social Media

Nickolas Savage

Acting ASAC
Federal Bureau of Investigation

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Restricting Access in the Age of Access

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Information Governance in 2018, Moving To Unified Governance