Sanctions & Fines ● E-Privacy Regulations
Brexit ● Breaches ● Emerging Technology
A one-day conference
Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin
Date: 30th April 2020
This conference aims to provide delegates with the most up to date information on Data Privacy and what to expect over the next 12/18 months. The introduction of the new ePrivacy Regulations will see stricter rules on how our personal data is used, processed and stored online. We will also explore the role of AI and Machine Learning and the difficulties that arise when coupled with GDPR, and delve into multiple case studies to dissect how these have been handled. This and much more will be discussed on the day and is a must attend event for anyone whose role is data protection related.
5 Structured CPD Points
This conference will be of interest to all businesses in Ireland (large and small) such as, government departments, corporate consultants, retailers, banks, technology companies, healthcare organisations, marketing firms, legal firms, consultants, advisers, Data protection officers, local authorities, semi-state agencies and universities.
Full Day Programme
Conference Chairperson & Opening Remarks
Daragh O Brien, Managing Director at Castlebridge
E-Privacy Regulations 2020
Speaker: TJ McIntyre, Lecturer, UCD, Chair, Civil Liberties Group, Digital Rights Ireland and consultant, FP Logue Solicitors
GDPR Complaints and Legal Actions
Speaker: Niall Rooney, Data Protection Solicitor
Workshop – Data Breaches in practice – working through a real-life breach case study
Speaker: Kate Colleary, Principal, Colleary & Co. Solicitors; Founder and Director Pembroke Privacy and IAPP Country Leader- Ireland.
The PSC (Public Services Card) case study – Personal data processing by public bodies:
Speaker: Dr Fred Logue, Principal FP Logue Solicitors
Sanctions and Fines
Speaker: Sean O Donnell- Byrne Wallace- Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team.
The rise of Adtech, Martech & Trackers – What are the GDPR risks
Speaker: Elaine Comyn- Consultant, Castlebridge
International data transfers: Where in the world are we now?” (BREXIT – US – EEA)
Speaker: Ruth Prendeville – Solicitor – Hayes Solicitors – Commercial & Business team
|AI and machine learning- The Only way is Ethics
Speaker: Hugh Jones- Director and DP Specialist, Sytorus
There will be 5 CPD points awarded to attendees at this conference.
Accredited for 4 Credit Union CPD Governance and Operations Hours
Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.
Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin
Early bird 2 – €435 + VAT per Person – Normal Rate @ €495 + VAT.
Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain number of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment
CMG Events Conference Discount
- 10% discount for the third delegate booked or subsequent bookings thereafter from the same company.
The rate to attend includes morning tea/coffee and refreshments on arrival at registration, mid-morning tea/coffee and pastries and buffet lunch. You will receive the speakers PowerPoint presentations within 24 hours after the event.
Owner Fred Logue Solicitors
Fred is the principal of FP Logue Solicitors specialising in technology, intellectual property, information law and commercial law.Read more
Unusually for an Irish lawyer Fred has a science background and worked as an engineer before becoming a solicitor. Fred has extensive experience and expertise in licensing and exploitation of software and technology. He specialises in advising clients on strategy, contracts, transactions and disputes in business sectors where technology plays a key role, as well as online and digital markets. His clients include software companies, media organisations, NGOs and public authorities. Fred is also a leading information lawyer, advising on FOI, access to environmental information, data protection and privacy. Fred has acted in major information law cases before public authorities, administrative decision makers, Irish Courts, European institutions, and the United Nations.
LECTURER, UCD, CHAIR, CIVIL LIBERTIES GROUP, DIGITAL RIGHTS IRELAND AND CONSULTANT, FP LOGUE SOLICITORS
Dr TJ McIntyre is a Lecturer in Law in the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin, the chair of civil liberties group Digital Rights Ireland and a consultant solicitor with FP Logue Solicitors where he specialises in privacy and data protection issues.
His research looks at information technology law, crime, and civil liberties, with a particular focus on fundamental rights in the online environment. He is a leading commentator on technology law in the national and international media.
Data Privacy Consultant, Castlebridge
Elaine Comyn began her career in the RTE press office as a publicist for two Eurovision Song Contests, as well as the Gay Byrne and Pat Kenny radio shows, among others.Read more
She has worked in Marketing for several global brands for over 17 years, specialising in Go to Market strategy and operations, cross-functional leadership, process decisioning and people management. At 3 Ireland, Elaine led the Marketing Operations team within the Customer Value Management department. She was responsible – on a daily basis – for ensuring all customers’ marketing permissions & preferences were compliant with data protection law. She was also a key decision maker within their Direct Marketing Incident team working closely with Data Protection, IT Security and Compliance teams.
Elaine is strategically and commercially driven and has an ability to drive positive and interactive stakeholder engagement. She combines this experience with a formal training qualification (QQI) and recently completed the Professional Diploma in Data Protection from the Institute of Banking/Association of Compliance Officers at UCD. Elaine also holds a degree in Business from TCD, and a Post Grad Diploma in Public Relations from DIT.
Daragh O Brien
leading Information Quality, Information Governance, and Data Privacy consultant, teacher, and author
For almost two decades he has worked with leading organisations in Ireland, UK, and elsewhere on “Connect the Dots” approaches to managing Information Assets.Read more
Daragh has also been involved in the development of professional certifications for Data Quality, Data Governance, and Data Protection. He lectures on the Law Society’s Professional Certificate in Data Protection and is a regular commentator on Data Protection and Data Governance issues in the media. Daragh is also Global Privacy Advisor for DAMA International, the world’s leading member organisation for data management professionals
CONSULTANT, FP LOGUE SOLICITORS
Niall is a consultant solicitor at FP Logue, a specialist law firm based in Dublin focusing on technology, intellectual property, information and regulatory law.Read more
Niall specialises in intellectual property, data protection, commercial and regulatory law, and he advises businesses, charities and public bodies on data protection and GDPR preparedness. He has worked with clients from startups and SMEs to famous Irish and international brands, with a focus on technology, digital and consumer brand sectors. Niall qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and currently sits on the IP & Data Protection Law Committee of the Law Society of Ireland.
Sean O Donnell
partner in the ByrneWallace Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team
Seán has strong experience advising senior management of public-sector and semi-State bodies on regulatory requirements, data protection and designing and implementing GDPR compliant frameworks.Read more
Seán leads the ByrneWallace team advising clients on the application of the GDPR and data protection law. He understands the environment in which the public sector operates and how to assist his clients to mitigate risks, navigate regulatory requirements and manage public scrutiny. He has expertise in advising on regulatory compliance, powers and functions, enforcement proceedings advising clients on their engagements with the Data Protection Commission.
Seán has led a number of GDPR compliance projects, advising clients on the implementation of a GDPR compliant framework. He is experienced in advising public bodies and private organisations on data subject access requests and personal data breaches. He is a member of International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Director and Founder, Pembroke Privacy
Kate is the founder and director of Pembroke Privacy. She is Country Leader for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the world’s largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community.Read more
Kate is a certified data protection practitioner (CIPP/E IAPP) and a leading expert in Data Protection and Freedom of Information law. She previously led the Data Protection team of an international law firm, has been a qualified practicing solicitor since 1999 and is the Principle of Colleary & Co, a law firm specialising in data protection. She gained an honours degree in law from Trinity College Dublin in 1995.
Hugh Jones is a co-founder of Sytorus Ltd, a specialised provider of Data Protection training and assessment services.Read more
With his colleagues, Hugh provides professional Data Protection guidance, and is a frequent speaker at Privacy and Data Management events in Ireland and overseas. Through Sytorus, Hugh offers both general and bespoke training to organisations in the areas of data management and regulatory compliance. Hugh is an experienced project manager, and works with a number of sporting, not-for-profit and membership administration organisations to help them resolve their fund-raising and regulatory challenges. As a certified practitioner, Hugh also supports organisations striving to achieve and maintain compliance with Irish and European Data Protection legislation.
Solicitor – Hayes Solicitors – Commercial & Business team
Ruth is a Solicitor in the Commercial and Business team at Hayes solicitors and advises clients on a wide variety of commercial matters, including those concerning data protection and privacy law.Read more
She has extensive experience in assisting clients with the policies and procedures required to secure compliance with obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation and related legislation.
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