Date: March 8-9th, 2023
IAPP Data Protection Intensive UK’s programme features keynote speakers, breakout sessions and workshops diving into data protection laws, regulations, technology, and operational practices. Training and workshops provide deeper knowledge and preparation for globally recognised IAPP certification.
Speakers and breakout sessions at DPI UK 2023 will cover topics including artificial intelligence, children’s privacy, cross-border data transfers, statutory updates in major jurisdictions, and a wide range of operational issues.
Here us speak. Panel Discussion.
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Wednesday, 8 March from 15:30 – 16:30 GMT.
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Jumping on the privacy train since 2019 Jessica has been at the forefront of researching and reporting on changing data privacy legislations. With a background at CNN and Deutsche Welle, Jessica brings her Journalism expertise to Usercentrics as the in-house Host of “Tech That Talks”, a bi-weekly privacy panel discussing the latest in data privacy with world renowned experts.
Sermin works as a Senior Product Manager within Usercentrics and looking for privacy frameworks and legislative developments globally to implement within Usercentrics Consent Management Platform. Sermin is an experienced privacy and compliance professional with a successful background in driving privacy projects for multinational tech companies (Fintech, Marketing management platform,...). She carries years of experience in having implemented compliance and data privacy protection programmes and managed privacy policies at a company level at the intersection of privacy and business needs.
With experience working as in-house counsel in the tech and media industries before joining Reed Smith, Aselle understands how businesses operate and the demands placed on in-house lawyers. Her focus is on providing practical, commercial advice that enables businesses to thrive. Aselle advises on data transfer solutions, representing both data controllers and processors, data breach and cybersecurity incident responses, and data commercialization and product launches. She represents multinational corporations in UK and EU data protection matters and in developing data protection and e-privacy compliance programs, Aselle’s clients span the retail, e-commerce, health care, financial services, defense, online social gaming, and adtech industries.