The fourth edition of Data Privacy Day, in 2021 was exceptionnaly held online and brought together nearly 220 people from all sectors – research, education, finance, legal, public administrations, etc – from their (home) office.

Retrospective

You can also watch the live event streaming published by the University of Luxembourg

https://www.youtube.com/embed/hdTKOWYRY3E

Topics covered 

In 2021, the conference focused on 6 main presentations:

  • “Transfers of personal data to third countries in an academic context” by Sandrine Munoz, Data Protection Officer at University of Luxembourg ⇢ Download the presentation file (PDF – 797 Ko)
  • “Update from the CNPD: How COVID-19 shaped our work in 2020” by Marc Lemmer, Commissioner at National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) ⇢ Download the presentation file (PDF – 2,5 Mo)
  • “How to deal with « personal data » in the context of R&D collaboration agreements?” by Vincent Wellens, Partner IP & Tech law, Avocat à la Cour, NautaDutilh ⇢ Download the presentation file (PDF – 3 Mo)
  • “How to implement technically the right to be forgotten” by Michael Hofmann, Vice President of Association pour la Protection des Données à Luxembourg (APDL) ⇢ Download the presentation file (PDF – 3,1 Mo)
  • “Privacy without (hardly) any compromises: a tool set” by Steve Muller, Cybersecurity specialist at BEE SECURE ⇢ Download the presentation file (PDF – 3,7 Mo)
  • “GDPR at 2.5 years old – where do we go from here?” by Owe Langfeldt, Legal and Policy Officer for Data protection at the European Commission

Main figures

  • 220 attendees
  • 6 conference sessions
  • Exhibition area cancelled