About the panel
A year and a half after the GDPR went into force, some might still struggle to find a method to demonstrate compliance with the regulation. The provisions under Articles 40 and 41 of the GDPR regarding the code of conduct could be your solution. Not only does it offer a practical and cost-effective way to demonstrate compliance, but it also offers flexibility for sectoral development of codes of conduct that bridge the needs of different industries as well as the requirements of the GDPR. Panellists for this session have first-hand experience in currently developing an industrial code of conduct.
About the speakers
- Janice Carling, Director, Senior Privacy Counsel, TEVA Pharmaceuticals
- Julie Ngai, DPO, Danskebank
- ShanShan Pa, Head of Compliance, Privacy, U.S., EMEA, Alibaba Cloud
- Jörn Wittmann, Managing Director, SCOPE Europe
Background & Information
The IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) Europe Data Protection Congress takes place in Brussels, 20-21. November 2019. Further information can be found here.