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In:Confidence Digital

Explore the Future of Safe and Powerful Data

Webinar |
Speakers include:
Malcolm Moore

Malcolm Moore

Financial Times

Bernardo Mariano Júnior

Bernardo Mariano Júnior

World Health Organization

Overview

In:Confidence 2020, originally scheduled for 30 April in London, has been postponed until 14 May as a digital event. 

In:Confidence is the world’s leading event exploring the future of safe and powerful data. The virtual edition of the event series will take place on 14 May. This multi-day digital experience will focus on the importance of data privacy and the steps you should take to make it a reality within your organization.

Day one (14 May) will feature interactive, digital sessions delivered by leaders from the data privacy and analytics community, followed a week later (21 May) by a day of workshops lead by Privitar’s privacy experts, who’ll show you how to put the lessons learned on day one into practice.

This is a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights, increase your knowledge and discover how to implement the latest data privacy best practices within your organization. Explore the full agenda below.

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Agenda - 14th May

  • 2:00pm
    In:Confidence Digital – CEO’s welcome

    Kicking off the very first In:Confidence Digital, Privitar CEO & Co-founder will give a warm welcome and set the scene for the conversation and debate focused on the crucial role of data privacy in unlocking the immense potential of advanced analytics.

    Jason du Preez, CEO & Co-founder,

  • 2:30pm
    Interview: Health Data in Times of Crisis

    This interview between Bernardo Mariano Junior, CIO of the World Health Organization and Malcolm Moore, Technology News Editor at the Financial Times will explore the use of data to optimise the global response to coronavirus, the challenges faced and the lessons learned.

    Bernardo Mariano Junior, CIO of the World Health Organization

    Malcolm Moore, Technology News Editor at the Financial Times

  • 3:00pm
    Unlocking the Power of Health Informatics

    This session will focus on how data-driven healthcare analysts and practitioners can gain informative insights and research outcomes from sensitive patient data, while maintaining an uncompromising approach to privacy.

    This will be your chance to understand how transformational technologies such as advanced analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence are helping to unlock life changing insights and outcomes, while utilising sensitive healthcare data.

    Glenn Cook, Head of Data & Information Governance, AstraZeneca

  • 3:30pm
    Balancing Privacy and Innovation with Telecoms Data

    Jason will discuss his experiences implementing strategies for safe and efficient data use at BT and take questions from the audience in the interactive peer-lead roundtable.

    Jason Perkins, Head of Data Analytics & Architecture, BT

  • 4:00pm
    Transform (Sensitive) Data Into Value With Ever Greater Confidence

    Bertram Dorn, Specialized Solutions Architect – Security & Compliance at AWS will talk about how organisations transform sensitive data into value with ever greater confidence in the cloud.

    Bertram Dorn, Specialized Solutions Architect - Security & Compliance, AWS

  • 4:30pm
    The US Data Privacy Landscape 2020

    The U.S. famously lacks comprehensive federal privacy legislation. However, since the enactment of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), many states have introduced bills to offer consumers similar, or greater, privacy protections. The majority of state-level proposals take inspiration from the CCPA. However, two other models have also emerged. First, the Washington Privacy Act, which recently failed for a second time, resembles the general framework of the GDPR. Second, New York has put forward the concept of “information fiduciary duties” as an alternative approach to regulating information privacy in the United States.

    In what ways have legislative efforts at the state level, and international privacy and data protection laws, created momentum for comprehensive federal privacy legislation, and to what extent is Congress developing its own unique approach? From 2018 onward, many model bills and bipartisan federal proposals have been introduced to Congress, with notable agreement in terms of the basic framework between Republicans and Democrats. With overwhelming bipartisan support on the underlying policy objectives, is there reason to be optimistic about the future enactment of comprehensive federal privacy legislation? This session will examine recent proposals at the state and federal level to address privacy legislation in the United States.

    • Participants will learn about state and federal proposals for comprehensive privacy legislation in the United States, including areas of consensus and ongoing discussion
    • Participants will learn about what is driving momentum for privacy legislation in the United States

    Polly Sanderson, Privacy Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum

  • 5:00pm
    Data Privacy Technology and Consumer Empowerment

    The software and services market is dominated by a handful of powerful incumbents that have gradually but increasingly encroached on consumer agency under the guise of engagement and personalization. The result has been case after case of privacy invasions, technology addiction, and intent manipulation. and consumers find themselves in a take-it-or-leave-it situation: they may be unhappy with the trade-off but are unable to find solutions that take their side.

    While the incumbents’ dominant market position may seem unassailable, they are far more vulnerable than they appear because their business model is under threat from government regulation, antitrust scrutiny, and consumer backlash.  Consumer-controlled identity will be fundamental for any company to create experiences that delight consumers, leveraging a new set of business models and innovations that look quite different from those employed today.

    Christina Bechold-Russ, Director, Samsung NEXT

  • 5:30pm
    Data Privacy during the Pandemic: Understanding the Rules

    We keep hearing that the GDPR does not stand in the way of data sharing and analytics in the fight against COVID-19, but surely there must be some boundaries? In this session we will review the positions of the EU data protection authorities and the detail of the UK legislative scheme, to provide a route map through the issues, including an action plan for PrivacyTech.

    Stewart Room, Partner & Data Protection Leader, DWF

Speakers (2)

Malcolm Moore

Malcolm Moore

Technology News Editor
Financial Times

Malcolm Moore took up the role of Technology News Editor in October 2018. Prior to this, he was the United Kingdom News Editor 2016 - 2018. Before being UK News Editor, Malcolm was Leisure Industries Correspondent for the Financial Times. He joined the Financial Times in April 2015 from Telegraph Media Group, where he was Deputy Head of World News and a correspondent in Beijing and Shanghai. He was the winner of the 2012 Foreign Press Association award for ‘News Story of the Year’. Malcolm was also a Rome correspondent, an economics correspondent and a business reporter for the Telegraph. Malcolm holds a BA from University College London in English and is based currently based in London.

Bernardo Mariano Júnior

Bernardo Mariano Júnior

Chief Information Officer
World Health Organization

In his role as Chief Information Officer, Bernardo Mariano Júnior is responsible for coordinating WHO’s digital health vision and strategy. He leads and oversees all aspects of information technology, data security, and enterprise applications, ensuring WHO is advancing its digital capabilities to deliver its global health goals effectively.

Prior to joining WHO, Mr Mariano was the Senior Regional Adviser to the Director General at International Organization for Migration (IOM), where he was responsible for strategic oversight of IOM’s activities within the Sub Sahara Africa region and advised on emerging trends and developments including regional and national policy initiatives. Mr Mariano also held the position of Regional Director for the Southern African Office, where he was responsible for the management of the IOM field office operations, overseeing activities in 15 countries. Before that, he held two strategic roles at IOM as the Chief Information Officer and Director of Information Technology and Communications. He was responsible for the development of innovative ICT-driven solutions that improved IOM’s field operations management, and for introducing collaboration technology to advance working practices internally and with external partners. He received much recognition for his leadership in technology during his tenure at IOM, including awards for “innovative use of technology” and “outstanding commitment to manage migration and promote partnership.”

Why Attend In:Confidence?

Pioneering speakers
In:Confidence will feature exceptional keynotes, engaging panels and technical deep-dives from the thinkers and leaders shaping the modern data ecosystem. Previous speakers have included heads of industry, leading academics, bestselling authors and influential change-makers. Expect more of the same for 2020.

Immerse yourself in data privacy
Learn insights and enjoy a technical deep dive into cutting edge safe data technology, or engage in the pressing debates dominating the front pages - the choice is yours.

A unique and experiential afternoon
In:Confidence Digital is more than just a tech conference. This is a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights, increase your knowledge and discover how to implement the latest data privacy best practices within your organization.

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Sponsors (3)

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of one million, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.

Organisations worldwide reply on Privitar to protect their customers' sensitive personal data and to deliver comprehensive data privacy that frees them to extract maximum value from the data they collect, manage and use.

Founded in 2014, Privitar is headquartered in London and has offices in New York, Boston, Munich, Paris and Singapore. For more information please visit www.privitar.com

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Isabelle Fletcher-Wilson
Project & Marketing Manager
Financial Times
Ailsa Matkevich
Speaking Opportunities
Financial Times
Mark Buller
Head of Commercial - Global Industries
Financial Times