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Privacy conference on 27th September 2018 in Berlin / GDPR & e-privacy

To mark the entry of new general data protection regulations (GDPR) into force on 25th May 2018 as the outcome of the most comprehensive data privacy reform so far, Bitkom's 4th privacy conference is to be held on 27th September in central Berlin.

Highlights of the privacy conference

Expect top-class presentations, real-world case studies and exclusive discussions with more than 250 decision makers and data privacy experts, managers, C-level managers, scientists, politicians and high-ranking representatives of supervisory authorities to draw a first conclusion on the GDPR.

Reasons for participation:

- Gain a knowledge of best practices already established at enterprises.

- Acquire information about the challenges which have yet to be resolved.

- Discover how supervisory authoritiesinterpret the requirements of the regulation and which penalties are actually imposed.

- Learn about the significance of the new law to key technologies such as blockchain, big data and AI.

- Familiarize yourself with further changes expected before the upcoming e-privacy ordinance.

b.telligent expert on location

Our business strategy consultant Christian Endres will be on location to establish new developments in data protection regulations for the purpose of implementing proven practices.

If you are also interested in attending Bitkom's 4th privacy conference, take advantage of the early bird ticket for only 275 euros, available until 18th May!

We look forward to meeting you personally on 27th September 2018 for an exchange concerning the effects of the GDPR as well as the concrete measures required here.

GDPR - what does its introduction mean for my company?

Because almost all previously applicable data protection rules have been modified or replaced as a consequence of the GDPR, every company offering goods or services in the European Union will from now on have to check their generation of future data, as well as the storage, processing and internal communication of such data.

Comprehensive documentation and regular review of own data protection measures is now imperative or companies as a result of the new accountability.

The GDPR poses hurdles for many companies, in particular, when it comes to dealing with key issues such as e-privacy, cross-border data flows, new technologies, licensing terms and data laws.

This makes the privacy conference in the historical-industrial atmosphere of Berlin's Kalkscheune a must-attend event for all those required to work with any kind of personal data in compliance with data protection regulations from 25th May onward at the latest.

Would you already like to receive a more detailed insight into the topic?

Our flyer on GDPR transition is available here.

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