How might GDPR evolve? A question of politics, pace and punishment | SASIG
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Friday 24 May 2024, 11am-12noon (BST)

Gerard Buckley is a final-year PhD student in the Cybersecurity Doctoral Programme at UCL. His area of interest is privacy and its intersection with technology, business, and regulation. Before the PhD, Gerard worked for over 40 years in various management roles at CIO, CMO and CEO levels in information industries.

In semi-retirement, he returned to his engineering roots and did an MSc in Information Security before being offered a place in the PhD programme. To the horror of Gerard’s supervisors, the research evolved over time from investigating privacy-enhancing technology (PET) to privacy-enhancing law and the impact of data protection regulations on privacy.

In this webinar, Gerard will summarise a recent playful thought piece in which he paints six future scenarios for consideration.

But are they plausible, possible, or probable…? You decide.

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Guest chaired by

Amanda Coleman (info), Director, Amanda Coleman Communication


Presented by

Gerard Buckley (info), PhD Cybersecurity Researcher, University College London (UCL)

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