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Privacy and Security Breakfast Briefings 2013

  • date11 Dec 2013
  • CPD Points1.5 CPD points
  • Time08:30 - 10:30
  • Event typeLive Event
  • Venue Fieldfisher
    35 Vine Street
    London
    EC3N 2PX

We are pleased to announce the sixth session in our Privacy and Security Breakfast Briefings 2013 series.

Session 6 – Privacy and Data Security in 2013: a review of this year's key developments and predictions for the New Year

2013 had a little bit of everything: major new legislation making its way through the EU legislative process; the PRISM revelations; high profile hacking incidents; major multi-jurisdictional regulatory investigations; the first ever successful appeals against ICO fines; new regulatory guidance at national and EU level; and numerous serious enforcement actions. 2014 is promising to be an equally (if not more) exciting year.

In the final session of our Privacy and Security Breakfast Briefings 2013 series, we will analyse the key developments of 2013 and provide predictions for 2014, covering critical issues such as:

•The PRISM revelations: what is the impact for EU privacy and data security rules
 •Draft EU Data Protection Regulation: legislative status and the highlights of the latest draft
 •Proposed cybersecurity directive: what are the data security requirements and who is affected
 •Proposed payment services directive: what are the data security requirements and who is affected
•Recent EU developments affecting cloud-based services
•Data Protection Regulators' Resolution of September 2013: towards more cross-border regulatory cooperation and enforcement  
•Notification of Personal Data Breaches Regulation 611/2013: implications for Telcos and ISPs and what they mean for the rest of the economy
 •UK – new statutory codes, guidance and consultations: what is changing on topics such as Subject Access Requests, Privacy Impact Assessments and Data Sharing
 •UK - Scottish Borders and Tetrus Telecoms successfully appeal ICO fines: lessons learnt and how to use them to beat an ICO fine
•High Court judgement in Southern Pacific: data protection law is not isolated from wider jurisprudence