When: April 27 – 10:00 – 14:00
Where: 51 Rue Montoyer, Brussels 1000, Belgium
Part of Microsoft’s GO GLOBAL series which aims to promote diversity, Data Protection and Innovation: Women as solution makers will explore more broadly what the data protection framework requires from its leaders and generate a dialogue on the role of women as key drivers in IT and in technological and social innovation, particularly in the data protection context. It will also be a chance to meet, network, connect and perhaps set up a women data protection net in Brussels.
The event seeks to include all viewpoints on the debate of women in data protection and innovation and welcomes input or informal discussion and networking from men working in this field as well.
Ann Cavoukian (Keynote video), Executive Director Privacy and Big Data Institute, Ryerson University
Anna Buchta, Head of Litigation and Institutional Policy, EDPS
Caroline Louveaux, Senior Managing Counsel – Privacy, Mastercard
Aurélie Couvreur, Womanity (Network for active women) founder and women coach in the Business Incubator for women Pionnières
09:30 – 10:00 Welcome & Registration
10:15 – 11:00 Speaker presentations
11:00 – 11:45 Open debate introduced by Georgina Kon (Linklaters) and moderated by Bojana Bellamy (Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams)
11:45 – 12:30 Tour of the Microsoft Executive Briefing Center
12:30 – 14 :00 Networking lunch
You can also follow @MSEurope and #WomenDataP on Twitter for more information and live discussion on the day.