Discover the exciting intersection of AI and data privacy at the PrivacyRules conference on November 14, 2023 in Brussels, Belgium. Join us for an engaging event where thought leaders, industry experts, and innovators gather to delve into the evolving landscape of data usage in the world of Artificial Intelligence.
In an era driven by data and powered by AI, understanding the global and European perspectives on the secondary use of data for AI is more crucial than ever. The event promises insightful discussions, deep dives into regulatory landscapes, and real-world case studies that shed light on how data protection, cybersecurity, and the AI Act shape our digital future.
Engage with influential figures and domain experts as they share their expertise, experiences, and visions for a data-driven tomorrow. From legal challenges to the ethical use of AI, our speakers will guide you through a dynamic agenda designed to challenge your perceptions and broaden your horizons.
Participate in interactive sessions, pose your burning questions to the experts, and gain practical insights that can shape your approach to data and AI. Network with like-minded professionals, discuss the latest advancements, and establish valuable connections within this vibrant and forward-thinking community.
Mike Swift is an award-winning journalist who has been at the forefront of covering data, privacy and cybersecurity regulatory news for more than a decade. As the Chief Global Digital Risk Correspondent for MLex, in addition to reporting, he coordinates MLex’s worldwide coverage in the practice area. Formerly chief Internet reporter for the San Jose Mercury News and SiliconValley.com, Mike has covered Google, Facebook, Apple, Uber, Microsoft, Twitter and other tech companies and has closely tracked technology and regulatory trends in Silicon Valley. He has wide ranging journalism expertise from the business of professional sports to computer-assisted reporting. A former John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University, he is a graduate of Colby College.
Matthew Newman is Global Chief Correspondent for MLex, writing about data protection, privacy, telecoms, cyber security and AI. Matthew began his journalism career in 1991, moving to Brussels in 1999. He specialized in EU regulatory affairs, including trade and telecom issues, and began covering competition for Bloomberg News in 2004. He was named spokesman for the EU’s justice commissioner in 2010 and subsequently helped launch the commission’s proposal to overhaul data protection rules. A graduate of Boston University with degrees in history and journalism, and a diploma in competition law from King’s College, Matthew joined MLex in 2012.
Sam Clark is a reporter covering digital policy and regulation for MLex. Sam has covered data privacy and security in the UK and Ireland for MLex since November 2021. He previously covered data protection for trade publication Global Data Review, as well as reporting on technology, media and telecoms businesses for S&P Global. He has a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in journalism, both from the University of Kent.
Jeremy Rollison is Director of EU Government Affairs within Microsoft’s Corporate, External, & Legal Affairs (CELA) group. Based in Brussels, he focuses on cloud policy related to the EU Digital Single Market (DSM), with a particular emphasis on data issues and corresponding public policy covering privacy, cybersecurity, and the cross-border provision of online services.
Gintare Pazereckaite is legal officer at the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) focusing on data protection in relation to new technologies. She has over 10 year of experience in EU law, fundamental rights and data protection in public and private sectors.
Tony has more than 23 years of experience in information security. He has built and led cybersecurity incident response teams for Fortune 500 companies and has a wide breadth of experience and knowledge in many aspects of information security in the private sector and the U.S. Military.
He retired from the Missouri Army National Guard in 2014 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel after building and leading the nationally recognized Missouri National Guard Cyber Team.
Anna Pouliou is an internationally recognised privacy and data protection expert and Chief Privacy Officer at Mars, an American multinational and leading manufacturer of confectionery, pet food, and other food products and a provider of animal care services.
Dr. Jan De Bruyne is Ass. professor of IT law at KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP law (CiTiP) and eLaw Leiden. He is editor of the book ‘Artificial intelligence and the law’. He acted as an expert on AI and liability for the European Economic and Social Committee and has been involved in the adoption of the UNESCO Recommendation on the ethics of AI.
Ruben Roex is partner at the international business law firm Timelex, specialised in ICT and IP law.
Lyndsay Wasser leads McMillan’s Data Management Group nationally. She is a strategic advisor to organizations in the technology industry. With over 15 years of experience in privacy and data protection law, Lyndsay advises on a broad range of matters, including, AI.
Gene Price has substantial real-world experience in cybersecurity and data privacy. He focuses on Frost Brown Todd’s privacy and data security practice and incident response planning. Recently retired from the U.S. Navy as a Rear Admiral after 36 years of service, Gene returned to fulltime work as a civilian attorney in 2022. He devotes his time to counseling clients in cybersecurity compliance, data management, and privacy issues at the state and federal levels.
Pádraig Walsh is the Chairperson of PrivacyRules, the world’s first and unique leading professional alliance of data privacy experts from the legal and tech disciplines.
MLex is an independent media organization providing exclusive news and in-depth analysis on regulatory risk across Data Privacy & Security, Antitrust & Competition, M & A, Trade and more. Their customers, the world’s leading law firms, corporations, hedge funds, advisory firms and regulators, rely on their reporting to ensure they are well-positioned to take advantage of the opportunities posed by regulatory change as well as to mitigate the risks. With unrivalled access and trusted sources across the globe, their journalists break news on developmental regulation from the earliest stages of industry consultation, right through enforcement and litigation, as well as providing forward-looking analysis on how business will be impacted by regulatory change in the longer term.