Event: European Data Protection Summit Manchester
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The European Data Protection Summit (EU DPS) Manchester will take place on the 13th & 14th November 2019 at the Victoria Warehouse, Manchester.

The EU DPS will deliver top-level strategic content, insights, networking, and discussion around data protection, privacy and security.

Join our community of data protection, privacy, governance and security professionals to share knowledge, tools and insights on the ever-evolving industry. 


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EU DPS Manchester will take place over 2-days and will tackle a breadth of topics designed to further the attendees understanding of data protection, privacy and cyber security related issues and challenges. In addition to leading content, tickets will include refreshments, lunch and access to exclusive post-event content. 

With over 25 speakers presenting solo sessions, partaking in debates and panel discussions, hosting roundtables and conducting workshops, there will be a whole wealth of experience to tap into. Our speakers have been hand chosen because of their experience and skills within their profession, each speaker will deliver insights and content not found at any other conference. 

EU DPS brings together a community of data protection, privacy, governance and security professionals to share knowledge, tools and insights on the ever-evolving industry. The event will bring leading experts in privacy and security to the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester. 


Content is at the heart of EU DPS; this two-day event will consist of over 20 sessions that deliver educational, insightful and inspirational content. Miss a session? We will be providing all presentations and filming sessions where speakers have consented, for all attendees – meaning you needn’t miss a minute of the event. Our aim is to provide attendees with as much value as possible.


With 15 leading service and solution providers on-hand, EU DPS provides a perfect opportunity to understand the technologies and services that are currently aiding data protection and privacy professionals across the world. If you’re looking for a particular solution or service, our team will be on-hand to ensure you get face time with the right people.

EU DPS gives attendees the opportunity to meet peers, share ideas and discuss challenges. The event champions collaboration and progression in the data protection and security sector, and there will be a number of opportunities to network and socialise with likeminded professionals over the two-day event. 


Embedding a Culture of Privacy in the Workplace that Enables Compliance  |  Privacy in the Age of Big Data & Algorithms  |  Privacy by Design and Emerging Technology  |  The GDPR Maturity Framework  |  Aftermath of a Breach: Insights and Lessons Learned  |  One Year Post GDPR: A Regulator’s View  |  What Data are you Collecting, How is it Stored and Used?  |  Overview of Global Data Protection Laws  |  Creating a Data Privacy Culture - Accountability in Practice





WEBINAR: Consent Management: Lessons learned since May 25th 2018

Upcoming Webinar: Join Romain Gauthier, CEO, of Didomi for our upcoming webinar 'Consent Management: Lessons learned since May 25th 2018'

- Tuesday, November 12, 2019
- 3pm UK Time

Format: 45 minute presentation, 15 minute live audience Q&A


View high definition recordings of talks at our previous events.

Sir Rob Wainwright, Former-Chief of Europol

Talk on 'Cyber Threats and and the Interconnected Relationship between Data Protection and Data Security in Response'.

Sir Rob Wainwright is a highly experienced security professional with global profile and reputation.

He has had a 25-year career in intelligence, policing, government, EU and international affairs, including at the Serious Organised Crime Agency, National Criminal Intelligence Service and the British Security Service. 

Prior to joining Deloitte, Rob was the executive director of Europol where he established the European Cybercrime Centre. He is credited with leading the transformation of Europol into a world-class security institution and centre of innovation on cyber security, terrorism and financial crime.


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