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The Second Annual
Privacy & Data Protection
SOUTH AFRICA 2017
"Data Protection: Global Compliance Management"

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

The Cape Town International Convention Centre
Cape Town, South Africa

SPONSORED BY







HOSTED BY
Chairman: Graeme Wilson, CEO, Whipping The Cat

Co-Chairman: Terry Harrison, International Privacy & eDiscovery Consultant



LIVE ONLINE Draft 3.7 (29/06/2017)
Event Status: Final Draft.
Written & Produced by: TMK



9:00 - 9:30 Registration & Coffee

9:30 - 9:40
Chairman's Introduction: Privacy & Data Protection Overview
Chairman: Graeme Wilson, CEO, Whipping The Cat

Part One: Practical Applications of POPIA

9.40 - 10.05
Data Protection Keynote:
"Data Protection: Global Compliance Management, The GDPR, POPIA, global enforcement actions, and implications for SA"
Keynote Speaker: Russell Opland, Independent Global Privacy ("POPIA") Business Expert

10.05 - 10.30
Evidencing Accountability for POPIA
Speaker: Samantha Buchler, Manager, Deloitte Legal, Deloitte South Africa
- Drivers for POPIA compliance
- Accountability for POPIA
- Demonstrating POPIA accountability
- Evaluating POPIA accountability

10:30 - 10:55
Practical application of POPIA in the conducting of business by responsible parties and operators
Speaker: Francis Cronjé, Managing Director, franciscronje.com
- Bridging the compliance and legal gaps

10:55 - 11:15
Privacy by Design
Speaker: Juan-Jacques Jordaan, Information Technology Law and Data Privacy Specialist, BitRepublic
- What is Privacy by Design?
- Foundational Principles of Privacy by Design
- Privacy by design engineering
- Global adoption
- POPIA linkages

11:15 - 11:25 Coffee

Part Two: Data Protection And The Workplace

11:25 -11:45
POPIA : Implications for Employers and compliance measures
Speaker: Melanie Hart, Partner, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin
- Practical measures in order to ensure compliance with employee information with the data protection conditions imposed by POPIA

11:45 – 12:15
Ensuring Data Protection Law Compliance in Multiple Jurisdictions
Speaker: Gideon Bouwer, Senior Consultant, Hay & Scott Attorneys
- How does the Protection of Personal Information Act regulate the transborder flow of information between related entities?
- Does the new GDPR of the European Union affect the choice of transfer mechanism chosen by a multi-national company?
- Which jurisdiction takes precedence?
- Risk and compliance management for companies operating on a multi-jurisdictional basis
- Is a uniform compliance policy feasible? A practical example of a cross-border project
- Which problems do multi-national companies face when processing personal information of EU citizens?

12:15- 12:40
Impact of POPIA on Cloud Computing
Speaker: Tammy Bortz, Lawyer, Tammy Bortz & Associates
- Impact of international developments including the GDPR
- Impact and Application of POPIA
- International developments
- Navigating the cloud provider terms and conditions
- Manage and mitigate POPIA risks

12:40 - 13:00
The Data Protection Interactive
Panel Chairman: Graeme Wilson
Panelists: Russell Opland, Melanie Hart, Tammy Bortz, Francis Cronjé, Juan-Jacques Jordaan, Gideon Bouwer, Samantha Buchler
Guest Panelist: Anne-Marie Pretorius
- Responding to privacy breaches
- Binding corporate rules
- Data protection and outsourcing
- The Cloud

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

Part Three: Marketing, Social Networking & The Internet of Things

14:00 - 14:05
Co-Chair's Introduction: Privacy & Data Protection Overview
Co-Chair: Terry Harrison, International Privacy & eDiscovery Consultant

14.05 - 14:30
Privacy & The Internet of Things
Speaker: Bevan Lane, Director, Infosec Consulting
- Data Protection Implications and Considerations
- Privacy by Design
- Cyber-Security: From Tiny Sensors to Big Data

14:30 - 14:55
Data Protection For Schools & Clubs: A case study in POPIA compliance preparation
Speaker: Lucien Pierce, Director, Phukubje Pierce Masithela Attorneys
- Initiating your POPIA project: setting up for success
- Assessing your level of compliance: what to look out for
- Considering your options: using a risk-based decision making approach
- Translating plans into action: implementing remedial actions, building for ongoing compliance

14:55 - 15.25
How to make privacy and data protection interesting to the "Average Joe"
Speaker: Anna Collard, Founder and Managing Director, Popcorn Training
- Privacy Awareness: How to reach users who are not excited about privacy regulations such as POPIA / GDPR
- Best practices for awareness campaigns: What works, what doesn't
- Example program/Case study

15:25 - 15:45
Panel Discussion: Social Networking, Marketing and Privacy
Panel Chair: Terry Harrison
Panelists: Lucien Pierce, Bevan Lane, Anna Collard

15:45- 16.00 Coffee

Part Four: Information Security
Chairman:
Terry Harrison, International Privacy & eDiscovery Consultant

16:00 - 16:25
Identity and Access Management as an Enabling Stream
Speaker: Anne-Marie Pretorius, Director, Bizmod Consulting

16:25 - 16:50
Data Security in The Cloud: "Perceptions vs Reality"
Speaker: Nico Coetzee, CTO, Turfsport
- Data Security in The Cloud: "Perceptions vs Reality" - The perceptions of data protection in the cloud (what we learned from our customers)
- How protected is data in the cloud (case study: Amazon AWS)
- Who is responsible for data security in The Cloud? (Cloud security alliance recommendations)
- A practical approach for evaluating cloud (and other) hosting providers

16:50 - 17:15
The Evolving Threat Landscape: What To Do Before, During and After A Breach
Speaker: Paul Esselaar, Novation Consulting (Pty) Ltd
Before the breach
- Having a data breach policy (and what it should contain)
- Risk analysis of PI
- Monitoring
- Training on policy
When the breach happens
- Preliminary assessment
- Notify the team
- Investigate what happened
- Decide on who to notify and what to say
- Manage reaction
After the breach
- Review response and identify errors
- Amend policy
- Change team members and communication methods
- Update risk analysis
- Change monitoring

17:15 - 17:30
Panel Discussion: Information Security
Panel Chairman: Terry Harrison
Panelists: Anne-Marie Pretorius, Nico Coetzee, Paul Esselaar

17:30
Chairman's final remarks and close of Conference.
Chairman: Terry Harrison, International Privacy & eDiscovery Consultant

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