Privacy Conference 2023: Next-generation privacy – 360° data protection

We are excited to announce that the ticket shop for Privacy Conference 2023 is now open! On 11 & 12 October 2023, privacy experts from various data protection authorities, international companies and outstanding startups come together at Privacy Conference to discuss the latest trends in data protection, international data transfers and cooperation for the data economy. 11 October is dedicated to German perspectives and takes place in German. 12 October focuses on international issues and happens in English.

Explore Privacy Conference 2023 
With its 360° approach #pco23 will cover all fields of regulatory development, share hands-on examples, discuss best practices in workshops and give the world’s most important privacy professionals a forum. Regardless of whether you are a large enterprise, an SME or a startup: if you want to maintain trusting and professional relationships with your customers, the compliance with and implementation of data protection regulation is of utmost importance. As data privacy regulation and trends are constantly changing, companies need to stay current. 

Exciting Agenda and Key Topics 
Privacy Conference 2023 features a dynamic agenda packed with captivating keynote presentations, interactive panel discussions, and practical workshops. The conference will cover a wide range of key topics:

 

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#pco24 addresses the latest topics in the industry 

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Regulatory topics


The use of data is present in every aspect of life. The introduction of new ideas on how data is processed has created numerous beneficial effects for businesses. Regulators observe these developments and implement new rules to establish a consistent and organized regulatory system. #pco24 highlights regulatory issues, examines their principles, and discusses how to align current and future regulatory efforts.

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Technology


AI has made its way into nearly every business field. But how do you use new technologies to make the most of your data while maintaining privacy? #pco24 brings together diverse professionals to share experiences and ideas.

 

 

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Platforms & Web


To improve user experience and enable the Internet of Things, businesses need to ensure interoperability between data rooms. At the same time, customers demand data privacy. Discover how to both deliver performance and protect confidentiality.

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International Data Flows & Standardisation


As new data flows across international borders and new agreements emerge, we'll take a closer look at what lies ahead. How can companies comply with data security standards? How can standardisation help them to both ensure lawful data flows and protect data privacy? #pco24 answers key questions and introduces the latest developments and solutions.


Our First Speakers of #pco23
Connect with industry professionals, engage in meaningful conversations, and expand your network of privacy contacts:
 


Our first speakers 2023

Prof Ulrich Kelber
Prof Ulrich Kelber
Federal Commissioner for Data Protection & Freedom of Information
Prof Ulrich Kelber

Prof Ulrich Kelber

Federal Commissioner for Data Protection & Freedom of Information

Prof. Ulrich Kelber has been the Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information since January 2019. He holds a degree in computer science and was a member of the Bundestag for Bonn from 2000 to 2019, as well as Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection from December 2013 to April 2018.

Nikolay Kolev
Nikolay Kolev
Managing Director & Member of the Global Executive Committee
Doctolib
Nikolay Kolev

Nikolay Kolev

Managing Director & Member of the Global Executive Committee
Doctolib

Nikolay Kolev is the Managing Director of Doctolib Germany and a member of the Global Executive Committee. Throughout his extensive career, Nikolay aka "Niki" gained expertise in digital transformation, building and scaling digital businesses and managing fast-growing organizations. As an entrepreneur, manager and investor, he has successfully built, scaled and sold companies.
Prior to Doctolib, Nikolay was Managing Director of WeWork, responsible for the strategic and financial realignment for Northern, Central and Eastern Europe and Israel. He was part of the management team that successfully led the company's IPO on the NYSE.

Previously, Nikolay was a partner at Deloitte, where he spent over five years as a member of the consulting management team responsible for digital transformation and ventures. As co-founder and managing director of Deloitte Digital, he advised large enterprises and the public sector on all aspects of digital transformation, ventures and new business model development.

Nikolay is also the co-founder and advisor of two early-stage investment funds focused on B2B2C tech startups that have made over 55 investments. Previously, he built A.T. Kearney's digital business in EMEA and was part of the management team at Skrill, a London-based electronic wallet and digital payments company.

Nikolay studied at WFI in Germany and Universidad de Salamanca in Spain and holds a Diploma in International Business Administration (IBA).

Volker Lehnert
Volker Lehnert
Senior Director Data Protection Cloud ERP
SAP
Volker Lehnert

Volker Lehnert

Senior Director Data Protection Cloud ERP
SAP

Volker Lehnert, Senior Director Data Protection Cloud ERP: Joined the SAP Group in 2000, initially as a consultant focusing on authorization management, later more generally in Governance Risk & Compliance. Since 2011 in today's SAP SE in the area of data protection in the products, 2012 assumption of product ownership for data protection in SAP Business Suite, 2018 for SAP S/4HANA. Corresponding author of various publications in the areas of authorization management and data protection compliance.

Philipp Zikesch
Philipp Zikesch
In-House Lawyer
SAP
Philipp Zikesch

Philipp Zikesch

In-House Lawyer
SAP

Originally trained as a banker, after studying law in Konstanz, legal traineeship in Frankenthal and formerly in-house lawyer and data protection officer at an international auditing firm, has been working in the central data protection department of the SAP Group at the interface of law and information technology since 2017. In addition, author of various publications in the field of data protection compliance law.

Emily Hancock
Emily Hancock
Chief Privacy Officer, Senior Director
Cloudflare
Emily Hancock

Emily Hancock

Chief Privacy Officer, Senior Director
Cloudflare

Emily Hancock is Director, Senior Associate General Counsel (Head of Product, Privacy & IP) and Data Protection Officer for San Francisco-based Cloudflare, Inc., where she provides strategic leadership on global data privacy issues, working cross-functionally with product, security, policy and legal teams to advance Cloudflare’s mission of helping to build a better Internet through privacy-first security, performance and reliability services. Emily has nearly 20 years of experience practicing data protection law. Before joining Cloudflare in 2018, Emily was Vice President, Legal at Evernote. Prior to that, Emily held positions at Yahoo and in private practice working on a wide variety of data protection matters.

Dr. Carlo Piltz
Dr Carlo Piltz
Lawyer/Partner
Piltz Rechtsanwälte
Dr. Carlo Piltz

Dr Carlo Piltz

Lawyer/Partner
Piltz Rechtsanwälte

Attorney-at-law Dr Carlo Piltz is a partner of Piltz Legal, a Certified Data Protection Officer (TÜV®) as well as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E).
He advises national and international clients on issues of data protection, IT security and IT law, both in day-to-day business and in complex cases and contract negotiations. In addition, he is himself active as an external data protection officer. Dr. Carlo Piltz was invited to serve as an expert in the respective parliaments for both the new version of the Federal Data Protection Act and the Berlin State Data Protection Act. He is part of the editorial board of the journal "Privacy in Germany" (PinG) and since the end of 2019 editor-in-chief of the journal "Datenschutz-Berater". In addition, he runs the internet blog "De Lege Data" on data protection law issues and developments (www.delegedata.de) and can point to numerous publications.

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