Journée internationale de la protection des données

Data Privacy Day 2023

Le 30 janvier 2023, la CNPD participera à la conférence "Data Privacy Day" organisée par la Fondation Restena et l'Université du Luxembourg dans le cadre de la Journée interntionale de la protection des données.

Madame Roberta Oertel, chef du service sensibilisation de la CNPD, y donnera une présentation intitulée ‘Towards a culture of privacy: awareness and training as key components’.

Le Data Privacy Day est un événement annuel pour les personnes qui s'intéressent à la protection des données et la protection de la vie privée. Il est organisé en tant qu’événement hybride. Vous pouvez assister à l’événement en direct ou à distance.


08.30 On-site registration
08.45 Opening of the online event
‘State of data protection and a look into the future’
by Raoul Winkens, Data Protection Officer, Maastricht University
09.15 International transfers in a research context: challenges & opportunities’
by Sandrine Munoz, Data Protection Officer, University of Luxembourg

Topic: The research has no border and involves transfer outside European Union & EEA for collaboration with multiple partners and use of platforms and services. After defining what are the criteria to determine a data transfer, the regulatory framework for data transfers will be outlined , including the situation in case of transfers to U.S. The appropriate safeguards in a context of research will be developed with the additional requirements from the EDPB and the derogations briefly presented.
09.45 ‘Towards a culture of privacy: awareness and training as key components’
by Roberta Oertel, Head of Awareness Department, National Commission for Data Protection (Commission Nationale pour la Protection des Données – CNPD)

Topic: People need to understand why privacy matters and the concrete implications that violations of privacy can have on individuals, on the organizations, and on the workforce members involved in a violation. For this, awareness and trainings are key components towards the development of a culture of privacy.
10.15 ‘The protection of health data at a crossroads’
by Mickaël Tome, Attorney-at-law, Luxembourg & Paris Bars, Togouna & Tome Avocats

Topic: Legal Framework applicable to the processing of health data in Luxembourg (healthcare, research), Risks to the Rights and Freedoms of Individuals.
10.45 Break
11.15 ‘International data transfers: new complications, thoughts and solutions’
by Renaud Le Squeren, Partner – Avocat à la cour at DSM Avocats à la Cour and Vice President at Association pour la Protection des Données au Luxembourg (APDL) 

Topic: Les Clauses Contractuelles Types (CCT), l’arrêt Schrems II, les dérogations de l’article 49 de la GDPR.
11.45 ‘Privacy by design. It’s designed that way. Thus the name’
by Steve Muller, Cybersecurity specialist, BEE SECURE 

Topic: Privacy by design means privacy is considered right from the start. But what does it look like in practice? How can I as an end-user be sure that my privacy is respected? And there are surely limits to that (spoiler: there are).
12.15 Session by the European Commission
12.45 End

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