Personal Data Protection Week 2022

Start Date

18 Jul 2022

End Date

21 Jul 2022

Time

08:15 AM

Venue

Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands Level 4

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The PDP Week is back once again as a physical event! Get ready to learn from distinguished thought leaders from international organisations, think-tanks, and community of practices to level up your data use and protection capabilities and network with like-minded community.

The week starts with the Asia Privacy Forum by International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), followed by the flagship PDP Seminar graced by Mrs Josephine Teo, Minister of Communications and Information, and a suite of workshops and deep dive sessions. Join us to learn the latest developments in protection and use of data technologies, and how accountable practices help accelerate business growth.

Please note that some featured events have their own dedicated registration sites.




Featured Events

 
AM
PM
Monday
18 July
IAPP Asia Privacy Forum
Staying Ahead of Privacy Evolving in Asia

8:15 AM – 7:15 PM
Tuesday
19 July
IAPP Asia Privacy Forum
Staying Ahead of Privacy Evolving in Asia

8:15 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday
20 July
PDP Seminar
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
 Data Protection Obligations: Global Edition
by AsiaDPO
2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

*Designed for DPOs dealing with overseas ventures
Navigating the Data Breach Notification Obligation
by Cybersecurity and Data Protection Committee, The Law Society of Singapore
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Thursday
21 July
Data Sovereignty, Data Transfers and Data Protection – Impact on AI and Immersive Tech
by Future of Privacy Forum and PDPC
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
[Virtual] The Road Ahead for Organisational Accountability: Effective Implementation, Contextual Application and Regulatory Expectation
by Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL) and PDPC
2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

 


 

IAPP Asia Privacy Forum

Monday 18 July: 8:15 AM – 7:15 PM | Tuesday 19 July: 8:15 AM – 4:00 PM

The Asia Privacy Forum will feature industry leaders on their experiences on data protection issues beyond the region. Learn from experts and regulators on the best operational practices how to develop your own privacy programmes and gain a deeper understanding on diverse topics such as privacy in technology and new regulations like PIPL. Engage in fruitful discussions, benchmark your data privacy programme with other delegates and be in the know of the latest data privacy changes evolving in Asia.




PDP Seminar

Wednesday 20 July: 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Data is a valuable asset for businesses in today’s digital era, but do you know how to make full use of it? Join our panel of experts in the PDP Seminar 2022 to stay at the forefront of the rapidly evolving digital landscape and accelerate your business with trusted data. This year, we’re happy to bring participants together for meaningful conversations with like-minded peers. The seminar will highlight the latest developments in Singapore’s data protection landscape, best cloud practices for your organisation to adopt, and the importance of accountable data use that will help your businesses thrive locally and grow globally.

Time Event
9.30am Welcome
9.35am Opening Remarks by GOH
9.50am Panel 1: Building Resilience with Cloud

1. Bojana Bellamy, President, CIPL
2. Kevin Koh, Managing Director, Tech Lead, Accenture
3. Annabel Lee, Head of Digital Policy, Amazon Web Services
4. Derrick Lee, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Accredify
5. Alex Wong, Founder, Stag Match

Moderator:
Yeong Zee Kin, Deputy Commissioner, PDPC
10.35am Coffee Break
11.05am Panel 2: A Partnership for Accountable Data Use

1. Bay Chun How, Director, PDPC
2. Hoi Wai Khin, Director, RSM
3. Harvey Jang, Board of Director, IAPP and Chief Privacy Officer, Cisco
4. Amelin Lim, Regional Data Privacy Officer, Grab
5. Yu Ken Li, Head of Compliance, Lazada

Moderator:
David Alfred, Drew & Napier LLC
11.50am Closing Remark
12.00pm End of Programme

 



Data Protection Obligations: Global Edition

by AsiaDPO
Wednesday 20 July: 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Looking at registering subsidiaries overseas, appointing a partner or vendor overseas, or simply expanding your business outside of Singapore? Join this scenario-based workshop to explore what data protection obligations are required for different business needs. Facilitated by experienced DPOs, learn how they addressed cross-border data flows and multi-jurisdictional compliance with Personal Data Protection legislation. Be involved in team discussion to work on a Data Protection Management Programme (DPMP) across multiple jurisdictions.

*Note: This session will be an intermediate workshop designed for DPOs dealing with overseas ventures via online platforms and early career privacy professionals with knowledge on data protection.

Time Event
2.00pm Workshop Introduction
2.20pm Scenario Breakout
3.40pm Coffee Break
4.00pm Group Sharing & Closing






Navigating The Data Breach Notification Obligation

by Cybersecurity and Data Protection Committee, The Law Society of Singapore
Wednesday 20 July: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

How well do you respond to a Data Breach notification and recover quickly from it? Take part in this immersive workshop through a “live” scenario of how to respond to a data breach and be in the know of the legal and practical considerations when responding to such data breaches.

Time Event
2.00pm Welcome & Introduction
2.05pm Understanding the Data Breach Notification Obligation
2.15pm Desktop Exercise
3.40pm Coffee Break
3.50pm Discussion and Round Up
4.35pm Q&A





Data Sovereignty, Data Transfers and Data Protection – Impact on AI and Immersive Tech

by Future of Privacy Forum and PDPC
Thursday 21 July: 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Explore the fundamental differences between data localisation requirements, international data transfer frameworks in data protection law and data sovereignty.

Understand these legal philosophies can help businesses better manage the development of immersive technologies such as AI if complex data use is involved. Businesses can gain insights from experts on the latest regulatory and policy developments in APAC and around the world and how to better safeguard data against potential risks.





[Virtual] The Road Ahead for Organisational Accountability: Effective Implementation, Contextual Application and Regulatory Expectation

by CIPL and PDPC
Thursday 21 July: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Accountability has always been the fundamental principle of PDPA. Organisations must take responsibility to protect data under their possession. Find out how organisational accountability can help businesses benchmark their data protection practices against CIPL’s accountability framework.






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