27 - 30 May, 2019
Novotel Singapore on Stevens, Singapore

Conference Day One - Tuesday, 28 May 2019

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration & Coffee & Tea

9:00 am - 9:15 am Chairman’s Welcome Remarks

James Hutchins - Regional Technology Counsel, Dentsu Aegis Network
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James Hutchins

Regional Technology Counsel
Dentsu Aegis Network

  • Discussing the latest updates to current and upcoming privacy regulations around the region, including drafted legislations
  • Facilitating effective communication and collaboration with regulators and authorities
  • Structuring data compliance programs and operationalising privacy across the enterprise
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Yoonee Jeong

Director, Public & Regulatory Affairs – Group Corporate Affairs
Telenor Group

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Leah Camilla B. Jimenez

Chief Data Privacy Officer
PLDT Smart

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Bhaskar Chattoraj

Lead Analyst, Risk & Control
Aon

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How Khiang Chua

Head of Risk & Compliance
Optal

10:00 am - 10:40 am Transforming Towards an Ethical Data-Driven Organizational Culture

Dr. Meri Rosich - CDO & VP/Head of Data Science, Asia Pacific, Visa

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Dr. Meri Rosich

CDO & VP/Head of Data Science, Asia Pacific
Visa

10:40 am - 11:20 am Speed Networking & Morning Refreshments Break

Assessing the critical role of data monetisation in fueling next stage of business growth
How can organisations ensure the appropriate use of customer data, mitigate data risk whilst driving competitive innovation?
Approaches to developing a tursted and transparent data governance ecosystem
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James Hutchins

Regional Technology Counsel
Dentsu Aegis Network

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Hyuntae Kim

Manager - Information Security Team & Customer Experience Innovation Office
SK Telecom

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Nishtha Kharb Shukla

Board of Directors
Associate of Corporate Counsel

12:05 pm - 12:45 pm Balancing Act: Embedding Privacy into Your Organisation from Customer Designs, Product through to Operations

Leah Camilla B. Jimenez - Chief Data Privacy Officer, PLDT Smart
  • Data processing in adherence to privacy regulations and the use of data in driving business outcomes
  • Implementation of a ‘consent-first’ approach across all facets of customer data management
  • Privacy builds trust: Building a culture of privacy internally and with your stakeholders
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Leah Camilla B. Jimenez

Chief Data Privacy Officer
PLDT Smart

12:45 pm - 1:45 pm Lunch

1:45 pm - 3:15 pm ROUNDTABLE A - Complying to the New NRIC & Data Protection Regulations in Singapore

Elaine Ong - Regional Ethics & Compliance Leader, Eaton
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Elaine Ong

Regional Ethics & Compliance Leader
Eaton

Structured to maximise interaction and in-depth focus on a topical subject matter, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in two roundtable sessions of their choice, which has close relevance to their area of expertise and / or scope of responsibility.

1:45 pm - 3:15 pm ROUNDTABLE B - Integrating a Detect-Prevent-Sustain Framework to Protect your Organisation’s Sensitive Data

Simon Tan - Regional Manager, ASEAN, Varonis


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Simon Tan

Regional Manager, ASEAN
Varonis

Structured to maximise interaction and in-depth focus on a topical subject matter, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in two roundtable sessions of their choice, which has close relevance to their area of expertise and / or scope of responsibility.

1:45 pm - 3:15 pm ROUNDTABLE C - Global Privacy: How to Tackle Today’s Growing List of Privacy Regulations

Rob Hinson - Global Privacy Expert, CIPP/E, OneTrust
The GDPR changed the way people and businesses think about privacy. With its extraterritorial scope and high noncompliance fines, it forced companies to implement ongoing, operational and privacy-focused initiatives by design into their businesses, changing the way companies interact with customers, employees and vendors. Since its enforcement date, the regulation has been a catalyst for new data protection laws across the globe: including groundbreaking new regulations in California, Brazil, India and others, meaning global businesses will need to reassess their privacy compliance across a growing matrix of regulatory requirements. In this session, we will discuss the current state of the global privacy environment and how companies can build programs that address the overarching requirements of various data protection laws.
  • Gain an understanding of the current regulatory environment
  • Learn the strategies and tactics for managing a global privacy program
  • Take away a roadmap and action plan for compliance across the globe’s privacy regulations
  • Understand the implications of the GDPR, CCPA and other global privacy laws
  • Build a privacy program that addresses the overarching requirements of various data protection laws


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Rob Hinson

Global Privacy Expert, CIPP/E
OneTrust

Structured to maximise interaction and in-depth focus on a topical subject matter, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in two roundtable sessions of their choice, which has close relevance to their area of expertise and / or scope of responsibility.

3:15 pm - 3:45 pm Afternoon Refreshment Break

Structured to maximise interaction and in-depth focus on a topical subject matter, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in two roundtable sessions of their choice, which has close relevance to their area of expertise and / or scope of responsibility.

3:45 pm - 4:25 pm Applying Privacy by Design to Integrate Data Governance & Compliance for New Products & Services Rollouts

Amelin Lim - Data Protection Officer & Assistant Vice President - Government and Strategic Affairs, Starhub Ltd
  • Embedding privacy by design for new product launches or lines of business units
  • Building privacy into the design, operation and management of your IT systems & business practices
  • Mapping data flows to identify how the information will flow into, through and out of the organisation
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Amelin Lim

Data Protection Officer & Assistant Vice President - Government and Strategic Affairs
Starhub Ltd

4:25 pm - 5:05 pm Structuring and Operationalising Your Data Breach Incident Response Management Program

Nishtha Kharb Shukla - Board of Directors, Associate of Corporate Counsel
  • Determining scope and implications: Assessing what level of personal identifiable and sensitive data has been potentially leaked
  • Incident reporting: Working with third parties and law firms to understand the extent of their obligation for notification
  • Incident response and communication: Drafting FAQs to affected consumers, regulators and third parties on the next steps
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Nishtha Kharb Shukla

Board of Directors
Associate of Corporate Counsel

5:05 pm - 5:15 pm Chairman’s Closing Remarks & End of Day One