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Privacy SIG: Developments in Europe from the Data Protection perspective: data sharing with trust

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Date and Time

May 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Event Category

Web Conference


Irene Fisher


Lisa O'Connell


Since the enforcement of the GDPR, Europe's data strategy has been focused on the development of instruments that facilitate the sharing of data to ensure the EU’s leadership in the global data economy. But how are these efforts aligned with the GDPR? And how can trust be ensured in data sharing? During this talk we will look into the new European data strategy developments and some of their benefits and challenges. We will also explore the role that Privacy Engineering can play in this new landscape.


Henry Nduka Onyiah

Henry Nduka Onyiah is an Information Security & Privacy Consultant who, for well over a decade, has provided leadership and direction while working collaboratively with cross-functional teams on information security & privacy related engagements within the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region.

Amongst others, the scope of his engagements has included developing & maintaining strong engagement with technology & risk functions, business owners & other relevant stakeholders to –

  • develop & improve operational cyber risk frameworks;
  • advise on the management of risk and the effectiveness of mitigating controls;
  • provide subject matter expertise against the backdrop of various IT Risk & Governance related frameworks; and
  • the development and facilitation of tailored training and awareness programmes on risk management in relation to information security & privacy.

He holds and maintains certifications from several professional bodies amongst which include Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP), Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) & Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE).

Professional bodies in which he maintains Professional Membership &/or active participation include the British Computer Society (Chartered Institute of IT) (BCS), Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISec), Information Systems and Controls Association (ISACA), Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), Institute of Risk Management (IRM), International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2).

He currently one of the Co-Chairs of ISSA's Privacy Special Interest Group and a Founding Ambassador of the Institute of Operational Privacy Design (IOPD). He is also involved in advocacy and research involving the analysis of risks to privacy arising from ‘emerging’ technology which aims to highlight issues that may undermine respective legislative and regulatory data privacy/protection frameworks as well as cause harms to the fundamental right to privacy of individuals.

Aside enjoying the company of his wife and son, especially given the improved opportunities to achieve better work-life balance in a post pandemic world, he enjoys an ongoing struggle to develop the consistency required to reduce his golf handicap as well as reading and travelling. He also actively supports charity work especially within the Province of Bedfordshire in the United Kingdom.

See Henry Nduka Onyiah‘s full profile.


Isabel Barbera – Co-Founder, Rhite,

Isabel Barberá is the co-founder of Rhite, a consultancy based in The Netherlands. She advises local and international organisations in the public and private sector on aspects related to Privacy Engineering, Privacy and Security by Design and Responsible AI. Isabel is one of the members of the ENISA Ad Hoc Working Group on Data Protection Engineering. She is also the author of the AI privacy threat modeling library PLOT4ai, an open source AI risk assessment tool created to help organisations build Responsible AI systems.

See Isabel Barbera‘s full profile.

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