The Data Protection Webinar: Can Europe recover its sovereignty? took place on Thursday, December 3rd 2020. Watch the replay here and read more below:
Is it still time?
At all levels, Europe has given the impression of being somewhat naive regarding the Data question. Petabytes of data have continuously been exfiltrated out of Europe and have helped grow the strength of major companies outside Europe. This eventually disrupted many European actors.
Happily enough, the mood is turning. But is it still time? This question is not only crucial for European institutions, it impacts our freedom, and concerns every economic stakeholder.
In this webinar, European leaders engaged professionally in institutional evolution and economic management will provide relevant answers and animate a fundamental discussion.
In this Webinar, European leaders engaged in institutional evolutions and economic management will provide answers and basis for discussion.
Agenda of the webinar:
Welcome, small intro, presentation of the speakers and topics and launch of the second edition of the European Scale-up Cybersecurity Mapping: Why is this mapping so important? What has changed since the 1st edition and what have we achieved?
Data, Sovereignty and Key Assets by Gilles Babinet, France Digital champion beside EU Commission
Can the Cloud be compliant with Data sovereignty? Last news of the European project Gaia-X by Michel Paulin, CEO of OVHCloud and leading associate of Gaia-X
How to convey the importance of a sound Data policy and protection to SMEs: the viewpoint of Bastian Harth, Head of the Cybersecurity Division in the German Economic Council (Wirtschaftsrat der CDU)
Data protection in Europe: how? Where does the European offering stand? by Matthieu Bonenfant, Chief Marketing Manager at Stormshield
Panel: Europe is back? How European industry could rely on Data to promote new activities. A discussion between our panelists moderated by Luc d’Urso, CEO of the Atempo-Wooxo Group (France) and Elmar Eperiesi-Beck, CEO of eperi (Germany)
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