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Privacy and Cybersecurity January 2017 Events

Please join us for our January 2017 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.

January 11
Japan’s 2017 Data Privacy and Tech Agenda
Julie Brill and Harriet Pearson will host a presentation by two of Japan’s most senior officials and authorities on recent changes to Japan’s privacy law and the establishment of a new Personal Information Protection Commission (PPC). Yoshikazu Okamoto, Director of the PPC Secretariat, will present on the mission and agenda of the PPC, the requirements and implementation timeline of the new law, and Japan’s international engagement on these issues. Professor Fumio Shimpo of Keio University, a noted expert on Japanese privacy and technology law and policy, will add his perspectives on legal and policy aspects of the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and robotics. Click here to register for the event.
Location: Hogan Lovells’ office in Washington, D.C.

 

January 25
Computers, Privacy & Data Protection
Julie Brill and Eduardo Ustaran will speak at the CPDP Conference. Julie will speak on “AI & GDPR: Concretely, What Are the Obligations & Steps to Take?” and Eduardo on “Implementing the Data Protection Regulation.”
Location: Brussels, Belgium

 

January 31-February 1
GDPRnow: A Practical Guide to Implementing the GDPR
Hogan Lovells will be hosting GDPRnow, two half-day events that will feature speakers from our global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice and Helen Dixon, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner. GDPRnow will offer expert and practical guidance on how to prepare for the GDPR. Hogan Lovells speakers include: Julie Brill and Bret Cohen (Washington, D.C.), Joke Bodewits (Amsterdam), Gonzalo Gállego (Madrid), Marcus Schreibauer (Düsseldorf), Stefan Schuppert (Munich), and Eduardo Ustaran (London).
Location: Hogan Lovells’ offices in Washington, D.C. and New York