Data Privacy Day 2018: Info session about changes to personal data rights

January 29th 2018, 9am to 12am
University of Luxembourg
Campus Belval, MSA


The Data Privacy Day aims at raising awareness and promoting privacy and data protection best practices at European and international level. Millions of people are unaware of and uninformed about how their personal information is being used, collected or shared in our digital society. Data Privacy Day aims to inspire dialogue and empower individuals and institutions to take action . It is currently observed in European countries members of European Union and European Economic Area as well as in the US, Canada and India.

In 2018 the RESTENA Foundation and the University of Luxembourg have joined forces to provide to you a couple of sessions regarding current trends, legal and practical aspects as well as technical backgrounds of data privacy and data protection.


09:00 Registration
09:30 Opening Words
  Prof. Dr Stéphane PALLAGE, President, University of Luxembourg
09:40 Introduction to GDPR and Research
  Dr Sandrine MUNOZ, Data Protection Officer, University of Luxembourg
10:00 Questions
10:10 Information Security and Unwanted Data Disclosure
  Dr Cynthia WAGNER, Research Engineer, Fondation RESTENA
10:30 Questions
10:35 Social Engineering and Phishing as a privacy risk
  Christian HUTTER , Chief Information Security Officer, University of Luxembourg
10:55 Questions
11:00 Compliance monitoring by the CNPD
  Michel SINNER, Head of controls, CNPD
11:30 Questions
11:45 Closing Words


Campus Belval, Maison du Savoir (MSA), room 3.530 (3rd floor) 

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