Morning, Monday, 31st October 2022
This conference examines the next steps for data policy and regulation in the UK - as well as the future of international data relationships and the way forward for improving the use of data to boost the economy.
With senior contributions from the ICO and DCMS, it will be a timely opportunity to discuss the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill as it progresses through parliament.
Delegates will discuss options for the UK in the context of the evolving international data landscape and measures in the Government response to the Data: a new direction consultation.
Stakeholders and policymakers will look at the use of data to drive research, innovation, and economic growth and to improve the delivery of public services - as well as the future of data rights and control, security, exchange, responsibilities, legislation, and regulation in the context of ICO reform.
Overall, areas for discussion include:
- the international data landscape - International Data Exchange, security and use - options for the UK
- the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill - stakeholder and policy priorities - innovation and growth - data rights and responsibilities
- next steps for regulation
- evolving role of data in the UK - tackling societal problems - supporting innovation and economic growth - setting an example in responsible use
- the future for data policy and use in the UK
We are pleased to be able to include keynote sessions with Emily Keaney, Director of Legislative Reform, ICO; and Paula Barrett, Partner and Co-Lead, Global Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, Eversheds Sutherland; and a senior representative from the DCMS - as well as contributions from the Data & Marketing Association; Mastercard; Tech UK; The Geospatial Commission; Ataccama; HDR UK; Open Rights Group; and the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. The chairs are Charles Courtenay, the Earl of Devon, Partner, Michelmores; and Daniel Zeichner MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics.
The conference will be an opportunity for stakeholders to consider the issues alongside key policy officials who are due to attend from CMA; DAERA, NI; DCMS; Department for Transport; DHSC; DMU; Dstl; DWP; GLD; Home Office; IPO; The Scottish Government; and the Welsh Government.