General Data Protection Regulation: what does it mean for you?
Get ready for the new rules coming in May 2018
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Cameron Craig is deputy general counsel and group head of data privacy at HSBC, a role which he took on in September 2013. In this new role he has responsibility for advising the Bank on global data privacy risks and appropriate measures to address these risks. Before joining HSBC Cameron was a partner in DLA Piper's IP & Technology Team where he built and was the co-chair of DLA Piper's EU Data Protection and Privacy Team. He worked as an engineer before turning to the law and his practice retains a strong technology focus. He has extensive experience in advising on outsourcing transactions and in managing and implementing global data protection solutions for international businesses. Cameron has managed many multi-jurisdictional projects, co-ordinating advice on compliance with data protection legislation across the world and advising clients on strategies for cloud adoption. Cameron is recognised as a data protection expert in Chambers for both UK and international data protection law which in 2010 stated that "he is well respected by market observers, who recommend him for his client-friendly and commercial approach" and in 2011 states that he is "technically second to none," while clients value his "approachable manner and commercial advice." The 2012 edition of Legal 500 recommends Cameron for "co-ordinating privacy projects for blue-chip clients" and the UK data protection team for providing ‘top-notch commercial advice’ on regulatory compliance matters, including for online products, international data transfers and security breach issues. He is also a regular contributor to journals and is the author of the data protection chapter for the Communications Law Handbook published recently by Bloomsbury Professional.
Vivienne Artz is a Managing Director and EMEA and APAC General Counsel for IP, IT and Privacy Legal in the General Counsel’s Office at Citi, in London. Prior to joining Citi in 2000, Vivienne worked in private practice in London. Vivienne chairs the AFME Data Protection Working Group, the City of London International Regulatory Strategy Group Data Working Group and is an active participant of the Data Working Group at the BBA, and is as a Steering Committee member for the Technology Discussion Group. Vivienne has recently been appointed to the IAPP European Advisory Board having also served as a co-chair of the IAPP Knowledge Net for the UK, a co-chair of the UK Citi Women Network, chair of the Legal Diversity Council for EMEA, and is currently a Citi Women Community Ambassador. Vivienne was awarded the Women in Banking and Finance “Champion for Women” Award in 2016.
Andy Roe has over 35 years in the IT industry, the last 25 of which have been specifically in international payments and banking. During his tenure he has held multiple product management and strategy roles covering the world outside of the North American market. Currently Andy provides the lead to the International FIS strategy in the payments area. His focus is ensuring FIS has payment related products that deliver value to the differing demands of the regions around that world that FIS operates in. Andy also is responsible globally for the EFT software product suite.
Stuart is Founder & CEO of Trunomi, a financial technology company that is unlocking the potential of customer data through the power of consent and data rights. Prior to Trunomi he spent 15 years in the financial markets. He is a former TEDx speaker on 'The Future of Personal Data: Privacy vs Monetization” and was named a Bank Innovator to Watch in 2015.
Lindley Gooden is a journalist and filmmaker who has worked at the very top levels of British broadcasting and news since the early 1990s.
He has worked in national radio and television as:
Prior to his years in the national media, he was known as the most successful Head of News in local commercial radio – launching new services and dramatically raising audience share and reach, using tools that have since been adopted by radio groups across the UK.
Lindley now works with companies, charities, government and other organisations creating and delivering their own media needs.