On 1 June, PrivacyRules three-day global event takes off with a Latin America e-conference at 8:30 – 11:30 am COT (GMT-5) (*in Spanish and Portuguese).
We will discuss digital society, privacy and e-commerce in three different sessions:
(a) privacy as a fundamental right at the centre of entrepreneurial practices: why it’s so convenient;
(b) bitter-sweet relationship, how will e-commerce change after the “state of emergency”. Keep the consumer close but privacy closer; and,
(c) side effects of a global pandemic: drastic increase in information security incidents.
The speakers are leading experts from the most representative categories at LatAm level: judicial officials, DPAs & DPOs, community leaders and opinion makers, specialised journalists, privacy lawyers, cybersecurity experts, academics, and e-commerce businessmen.
On 2 June, we will make a stopover in Europe for a double appointment around the core topic: ”why data privacy is critical to secure investments and for start-ups to succeed”.
At 10:00 -11:00 am EEST (GMT+3) PrivacyRules is partnering with Arctic15 in a workshop on why data privacy should be at the top of the agenda of investors and start-uppers: ”Secure your investment and win the trust of customers: why it is necessary for investors and start-uppers to ensure data privacy and protect business reputation”.
Later in the afternoon, at 6:00 – 8:00 pm EEST (GMT+3) PrivacyRules is hosting a seminar dedicated to start-uppers, where legal, cybersecurity and data crisis communication experts will guide young and innovative talents along the whys and hows to build a start-up data protection programme especially when they use e-commerce.
Recordings will be available soon here
On 3 June, our journey through privacy and cybersecurity in e-commerce will land in China, where we will address multinational executives on one of the most intricate topics of the moment: transferring e-commerce related data in and out of China.
The event will take place at 3:00– 5:00 pm CST (GMT+8) with two sessions led by PrivacyRules experts and special guests. The first session is dedicated to e-commerce regulatory frameworks worldwide: an Asian, EU and US perspective. The second session will be extremely practical: Managing payment and supply chain cybersecurity risks in e-commerce. Finance analysts, lawyers and cybersecurity experts will share their international experience of identifying solutions that are safe, compliant with data transfer norms and allow the prosperity of new forms of secure payment.
Recordings available here