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SCOPE Europe presents on "Advancing Pseudonymisation with a Universal Code of Conduct" at Bitkom's Privacy Conference 2021


On September 27 & 28, Bitkom will be hosting its digital Privacy Conference. The event will gather several experts to discuss the latest trends in the field of data protection, international data transfers, and cooperation for the data economy.

Founded in 1999, Bitkom e.V. is one of Germany’s most established digital associations, supporting a strong European framework for digital policy as well as a fully integrated digital single market.

At Bitkom’s 7th Privacy Conference, Frank Ingenrieth (Deputy Managing Director of SRIW e.V. and Head of Monitoring, Legal Affairs at SCOPE Europe), alongside  fellow data privacy experts, will be diving into the field of Pseudoanonymisation and particularly discuss the possibility of advancing Pseudoanonymisation with a universal Code of Conduct.

Session Outline

  • Moderated by David Schönwerth, Referent Data Economy, BITKOM e.V.
  • Sachiko Scheuing, European Privacy Offer, Acxiom
  • Steffen Weiß, Member of the Board for International Affairs, The German Association for Data Protection and Data Security (GDD)
  • Frank Ingenrieth, Deputy Managing Director, SRIW e.V. and Head of Monitoring, Legal Affairs, SCOPE Europe

Details & Registration
Title: Privacy Conference - Advancing Pseudonymisation with a Universal Code of Conduct
Date& Time: 28 September 2021 - 15:00 to 15:30 CET
Event type: Digital
Registration: For free at https://www.privacy-conference.com/tickets
Speakers:Click here.
Hashtag on Social Media: #pco21

For more information, please visit the Privacy Conference’s webpage.

Tip: For all those who could not attend the PCO21, there is still the possibility to register and watch the recordings!