Data Protection & Open Banking
Experiences & Expectations

 
 

25/26 October 2018

Jones Day, 4, Rue de la Régence / Regentschapsstraat, 1000 Brussels

 
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Platinum sponsor:

NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH

Data Protection and Open Banking:  Experiences and Expectations

What is it?

This two part event organised by Trust in Digital Life, sponsored by NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH and hosted by Jones Day in Brussels over two days in October will bring together representatives from the European Institutions, academia and industry to evaluate the experience of implementing, principally two sets of EU regulations, the GDPR and PSD2 from a multi-stakeholder perspective.

 
 

Please register at Eventbrite.

If you would like to have a topic discussed, please send your ideas to david@trustindigitallife.eu.

 
 

ABOUT TDL

 
 

Trust in Digital Life is a membership association comprising leading industry partners and knowledge institutes who exchange experience, share customer, market and technology insights, with the intention of improving the quality of trustworthy digital services and platforms available through joint research and development as well as addressing the social implications of ICT-related products related to security, privacy and trustworthiness.

 

The Ups, downs and surprises oF GDPR

 

For data protection, this includes speakers from the European Commission, a large corporate, an SME, a GDPR-enabling vendor, a consultant and last but not least a representative of a consumer body. We will evaluate how GDPR is doing to date and what can we expect over the coming two-three years. Of particularly interest will be understanding and assessing how GDPR is being received globally, particularly in the US, as well as the adoption of GDPR-like legislation in California, Brazil and elsewhere. 

 
 

Making The Most Of PSD2

Engaged in the two sessions on PSD2/Open Banking will be panellists from the European Commission, large banks, a PSD2-focussed vendor, a national banking association, as well as representatives of Open Banking and the Berlin Group. The intention is to stimulate a debate on how to maximise the opportunities across the whole financial community in the light of the massive regulatory changes. 

 
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