ePrivacy: an assessment of the proposal of regulation

Privacy Open Forum
Free of charge, limited to 20 people
 - mandatory registration before February 20 – 3 CPE
  Fee: 50 € in case of no-show

Wednesday 22nd of February 2017 18:30 


ePrivacy: an assessment of the proposal of regulation


With the scheduled replacement of Directive 1995/46/EC by the General Data Protection Regulation, an update of the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC) was already announced earlier last year. On 10 January 2017, the Commission has published its proposal for an ePrivacy Regulation. This proposal shall impact the current rules on privacy in relation to electronic communications, cookies, unsolicited electronic communication, etc.

Goal of this Privacy Open Forum:

The principal goal of this forum is to exchange ideas, suggestions and practical examples around a hot privacy topic in an open and interactive manner. This forum wants to provide to all people interested in privacy and data protection a unique opportunity to keep up-to-date with the newest/hottest topics in the privacy arena and at the same time offer a platform to have regular contacts with peers to brainstorm and exchange ideas in order to get concrete answers to burning questions. Moreover, the choice of next topics will always be decided by the participants. Therefore, it is highly recommended that all people interested in participating around the topic prepare themselves on this topic in order to show/bring value to their peers. Interactivity and strong participation are key elements of this Privacy Open Forum. For this reason, the participation is limited.

Open Forum organisation:

Each attendee presents himself:
• Name
• Job function
• Expectations for this open forum

Open Forum principle:

Chatham House Rule (
• Participants are free to use the information received, but…
• Neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.

The moderator for this session will be: 

Mr. Johan Vandendriessche, Partner at Crosslaw – Visiting Professor ICT Law UGent and HoWest. 


18.00 – 18.30
Welcome reception with coffee & sandwiches
18.30 – 18.40
18.35 – 19.30
• Proposal of ePrivacy Regulation Johan Vandendriessche
19.30 – 19.50
Networking & Coffee break  
19.50 – 20.50
• Proposal of ePrivacy Regulation

Johan Vandendriessche

For information: This ISACA open forum will be in English. Questions and/or suggestions are welcome beforehand in Dutch, French or English.  There is no charge for this event. 

Notification of Attendance: subscription is mandatory via <Book now> on the right side.

Mandatory registration before February 20

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