Stuart Lang

Stuart Lang

 
James Varga

James Varga

Martin Dowson

Martin Dowson

David Ferguson

David Ferguson

Gavin Littlejohn

Gavin Littlejohn

David Goodman

David Goodman

Gary Douglas

Gary Douglas

Andy Harris

Andy Harris

Iain Henderson

Iain Henderson

Jorg Hladjk

Jorg Hladjk

Geoff Revill

Geoff Revill

David Alexander

David Alexander

Stuart McDermott

Stuart McDermott

Robin Wilton

Robin Wilton

Rhomaios Ram

Rhomaios Ram

Matthew Higgs

Matthew Higgs

Amardeo Sarma

Amardeo Sarma

Trust in Digital Life's (TDL) is hosting this exciting multi-disciplinary personal data event, in collaboration with Edinburgh-based The ID Co. at the Informatics Forum in Edinburgh.

Unlike other GDPR-focused events, Whose Data Is It Anyway? will discuss and debate the present-day regulations alongside the realities associated with privacy and the use of personal data and look to understand how potential conflicts of interest can be avoided in the future, particularly in the context of open banking.

The objective of the one-day event is to leave with a better understanding of what the world might look like three to five years after the new regulations have been in force from the perspectives of all stakeholders.

If you are responsible for other people’s personal data or concerned what the future might hold, this event is for you.

 

Organisers:

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Sponsors:

Breakfast Sponsor

Breakfast Sponsor

Media Sponsor

Media Sponsor

Keynote: Principles and reality – what’s important and what isn’t?

The impact of PSD2 for consumers and businesses

A high-level view of GDPR with a focus on key areas of contention

Consumers and Business: how are we going to achieve and manage a win-win?

Start-ups: how can innovation flourish without the resources of the corporates to interpret and implement the regulations?

Where will we be in three to five years? Are there actions we can take today to get to where we want to be?