In this webinar
Trust is at the heart of the emerging new internet era, handing back to users the control of their Data.
The current crisis that has hit Facebook, who allegedly “let Cambridge Analytica access the profiles of 50M FB users to infer their political preferences” (quote from Financial Times, March 20, 2018), reinforces the need to protect personal Data.
In May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation will be enforced within the EU to restrict the exploitation of Personal Data.
The Webinar-IMTalk, “GDPR: Regulation & Enablers”, gathers international experts who will address four critical GDPR issues.
About the speakers
Dr. Alexander Duisberg
Dr. Alexander Duisberg is a partner of Bird & Bird in Munich, and specializes in data protection, digital transformation projects, the Internet of Things, and complex technology transactions, with a particular focus on the automotive, industrial and insurance sectors.
Alexander is considered an "absolute expert" and "1 of 5 leading technology lawyers in Germany" on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious matters of technology law, including agile development, Big Data, cloud migration, transactional data protection and cyber security, digital transformation projects, the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0.
Marc Peter FOSKETT
Marc is a GDPR expert as DPO (Data Protection Officer) and company director and advisor in France & UK. He is also a visiting professor in universities about innovation in regulated industries.
As he has worked in the payment industry for several years, Marc believes regulation can be an opportunity for continuous innovation and value creation. As we move to the industry digitalisation, the duty of the board of directors is to endorse the new EU regulation. Data is a core asset that has to be secured for companies’ valuation. He is an HEC Paris Alumni.
Gouenou Coatrieux is Full Professor at IMT Atlantique, France. He conducts his research activity in the LaTIM Inserm U1101 and is head of the Joint Lab on Security and Processing of Externalized Medical Image Data.
His primary research interests include data security, watermarking (images and databases), encryption, crypto-watermarking, digital content forensics and secure processing of outsourced data.
Javier Franco-Contreras is the CEO and Co-founder of WaToo, a French start-up specialized in defending sensitive data/documents from leaks and forgeries.
In 2014 he received a PhD in Signal Processing and Telecommunication from IMT Atlantique in collaboration with University of Rennes I, France. His work focuses on the protection of documents and databases by means of watermarking. He also worked as an intern in the Security and Content Protection Labs of Technicolor in 2010.
Maryline Laurent, PhD, works as a professor at Télécom SudParis, France. She leads the research team R3S (Network, Systems, Services, Security) of the CNRS SAMOVAR lab of Télécom SudParis, and is cofounder of IMT’s chair on “Values and Policies of Personal Information”.
Her research topics are related to network security and data privacy, applied to clouds, the Internet of Things and identity management, and based on cryptographic concepts and emerging technologies like blockchain.
Fabrice Mattatia is an expert in digital trust. He is an engineer and a former student of both Ecole Polytechnique (Paris, 1993) and Telecom Paristech (Paris, 1995), as well as a PhD in Law (Paris, 2010), specializing in data protection in the French administration.
He is co-director of the Data Protection Management program of Télécom Ecole de Management. He also chairs the French Committee for the accreditation of health data stores. His forthcoming book on the GDPR will be published in May.
Patrick has 20 years of experience as Head of R&D in different types of public and private organizations, large companies, SMEs and startups in several countries (USA, China, India, Japan, France), in the field of digitalization.
Patrick has written 150 papers and 3 books and holds 65 USPTO patents, including 3 WW standards.
He graduated from Ecole Nomale Supérieure (ENS) in Cachan (France) in Physics, did his PhD in Statistics at Orsay University (France) and his Post-Doc at MIT (US).
About IMTalk – A platform for entrepreneurs
IMTalk provide a platform for entrepreneurs in the innovation ecosystem supported by IMT and its partners.
The talks feature presentations by entrepreneurs, researchers, PhD students, technology platforms, Fab labs and UXs, etc. on issues such as IMT leadership, the point of difference in IMT’s innovation offering, particularly its ability to mobilize multidisciplinary strengths covering a broad spectrum of TRLs (technology readiness levels).
Each IMTalk will feature an IMT entrepreneur, but also a research professor from the Institute and an “external” guest, to provide a critical observation of our contributions on a given subject.
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