(some of this event will be held in Danish)
Date: March 10, 2016 - 14:00 to 17:00 pm
Location: IDA, Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, DK-1780 Copenhagen V
Hear why privacy and data ethics is a demand in the digital age. A new emerging growth market is in progress.
Hear about products and services that do not track people per default, but have embedded privacy and give you control over your data - and privacy by design.
Participate in workshops on how your company can get started with legal data accountability and what the data ethical issues are when dealing with data on children.
Participation is free for members.
750, - DKK excl. VAT for non-members
Registration via the form below or send an email to email@example.com.
14:00 to 14:15 - Welcome and a few words about why data ethics is a priority on the global agenda - Pernille Tranberg.
14:15 to 14:30 - Article 12, Valentijn Van Der Meijden, Netherlands
14:30 to 14:45 - Black Phone, Kristian Norsgaard Rieper-Holm
14.45 to 15.00 - Privacore, Brian Schildt
15:00 to 15:15 - Ind.ie, Aral Balkan
Hear about (and touch) new products and services that give you control over your own data - and are built with privacy-by-design (PBD)
smart phones, search engines, cookie blockers and other concrete products and services that are already on the market or being developed right now.
a new and emerging market in privacy-by-design
it's all about trends, audience, market and investment.
15:15 to 15:45 - Debate with the four presenters. Moderator: Sten Løck
15:45 to 16:15 - Networking and break
16.15 to 17.00 - Workshops
17.00 to 17.15 - Goodbye and thank you
Each workshop is held twice and lasts 20 minutes, so you have time for both and will be held under the so-called Chatham Rules - in full confidentiality unless otherwise agreed subsequently.
Getting started with data accountability
Get tips and exchange information on getting started with privacy, including with privacykompasset.dk. By Birgitte Kofod Olsen.
Data Ethical considerations in relation to children
Children's play is often connected to the Internet. The workshop provides an overview of the latest trends in internet related toys and the specific data ethical considerations you should take. By Gry Hasselbalch.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Valentijn van der Meijden
Since 2014 active in the privacy space, previously for Blackphone, now VP Sales for a very new global company Article 12 Technologies. Studied economics and started his career at KPN, a Dutch Telco provider and held positions in sales, marketing and product management. Spent 4 years in the Middle East developing mobile adoption of Blackberry services followed by various managing positions in sales, amongst Director Cybersecurity Europe for Netscout. Resides in Netherlands. article12.com
Kristian Norsgaard Rieper-Holm
IT-security and privacy expert at Globalsequr. Working with a holistic approach to IT-security and privacy. Experienced business entrepreneur. More than 20 years of experience working with IT. Former professional basketball player.Working with kids as a basketball coach. Mentoring young adults and sponsoring integration projects through basketball with BørnebasketFonden.
What are the chances in a lifetime that some one asks you if you want to launch a web search engine? Brian (Privacore, CEO) actually did ask me that. With the blood of an entrepreneur running in my veins it was not hard to decide for a "yes – lets’ do it”. For almost 20 years I've been listening to users, optimising for better digital collaboration and helping people and organisations grow as communities. I am now on a mission to let users take control over their private information when they are online. As a part of Privacore.com, I am raising awareness of online privacy and findx.com – a private European search engine, and related PbD consumer products with privacy build into the core.
Aral Balkan is founder and lead designer of Ind.ie, a social enterprise designing ethical technology that respects human rights, effort, and experience. He is the author of Heartbeat, a beautiful independent decentralised social network that’s currently in pre-alpha. Aral blogs at ar.al and tweets at @aral.