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Jan-Jan Lowijs
Risk Advisory Director, Deloitte

I work in Deloitte’s North West Europe privacy practice, specializing in the subjects of privacy by design and digital ethics. My focus is mainly on assisting large, complex organizations in the private sector that need to deal with privacy and ethical questions when providing their products and services. In practice this means taking legal and ethical requirements and translating them into processes and measures that detail how to handle and safeguard personal data from day to day.

My background is in engineering and information security, but working in the privacy and data protection field for over 11 years has also provided me with a deep knowledge of privacy rules and regulations. I am a trainer in the area of privacy and an accomplished public speaker, presenting on subjects where privacy meets technology such as PbD, IoT, Big Data and AI. I blog and vlog for the Deloitte website and other media.

Milly Doolan
Core Team, European AI Forum and Managing Director, EuroNavigator

Milly joined EuroNavigator following a career in international politics and public affairs in the US, UK, Croatia and Brussels.

During her time in Palo Alto, California, Milly worked on campaigns for the US House of Representatives, as well as a national campaign to recruit women to run for public office at both national and state levels. Living and working in the heart of Silicon Valley gave her the unique opportunity to witness first-hand the rise of big tech and its impact on policy making.

In the UK, Milly strengthened her government relations skills while working at a London based public affairs and communications agency. Specialising in transport and infrastructure, Milly managed stakeholder outreach and engagement with a specific focus on Whitehall and the UK Parliament.

Most recently, Milly has worked with global Fortune 500 companies on public policy strategy implementation and legislative affairs in both Zagreb and Brussels. Milly’s areas of expertise include campaign advisory, strategy development, stakeholder relationship management and political analysis.

Milly holds a Master of Science in Politics and Communication from the London School of Economics. Her thesis on political communication in Croatia was published by the university as one of the top dissertations of that year.

David Opderbeck
Professor of Law, Seton Hall University Law School

David Opderbeck is Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Institute for Privacy Protection and Co-Director of the Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology. His work focuses on intellectual property, cybersecurity and technology law and policy. David's publications concerning cybersecurity law and policy consider the law and economics of data breach litigation and executive power in cyber emergencies. He recently administered a multi-year project at the Law School funded by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office that convened special programs and government working groups on cybersecurity issues. In the intellectual property field, David's work examines issues such as settlements in Hatch-Waxman litigation, cybersecurity policy, intellectual property restrictions on essential medicines in developing countries, open-source biotechnology, patent damages reform, and the interaction of law and social norms concerning music file sharing. Professor Opderbeck is also interested in the relationship between law, theology and science. He recently completed a Ph.D. in Systematic and Philosophical Theology at the University of Nottingham, where his thesis offered a theological appraisal of the emerging discipline of “neurolaw.” Prior to his academic career, David was a Partner in the Intellectual Property / Information Technology practice at McCarter & English, LLP. Professor Opderbeck maintains a website relating to his work at davidopderbeck.com. He also blogs at thecybersecuritylawyer.com and can be found on Twitter at @cyberseclawyer. Learn more about David Opderbeck.

Nicole Wolters Ruckert
Counsel, Allen & Overy

Nicole heads Allen & Overy’s Data Privacy team in Amsterdam and specialises in data protection, privacy and technology. She advises both local and international companies on an array of data protection matters ranging from data protection compliance, to assisting enforcement processes conducted by the relevant Data Protection Authorities and advising on new data-driven business models.

The Honourable Serge Joyal
Former Senator, Parliament of Canada

The Honourable Serge Joyal was a senator from 1997 to 2020. He had been a member of Parliament, a minister and secretary of state, and in 1980–81 co-chaired the joint committee that recommended the adoption of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. A collector and patron of the arts, he is the author and publisher of articles and books related to parliamentary and constitutional law, as well as essays in social and political history. Serge Joyal is an Officer of the Order of Canada, Officier de l’Ordre national du Québec, and Commandeur de la Légion d’honneur (France). He is a Special Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Advocatus Emeritus of the Quebec Bar, and a Fellow of the Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada


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RAID Conference and Exhibition addresses new innovations and disruptive technologies in areas of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Internet-of-Things and Data


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    2nd Floor Front, 116-118 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PP, United Kingdom
    Tel: +44 (0)203 675 9530
    Email: raid@cavendishgroup.co.uk