Dublin June 11, 14:30 – 17:00

Privacy in the Sun: Networking and Strengthening
Your Summer Privacy Strategies
An afternoon with Law Society of Ireland and DPOrganizer

Join us for an exclusive afternoon of networking and roundtable discussions at the Law Society of Ireland, hosted by DPOrganizer. This seminar is designed for privacy professionals looking to enhance their knowledge and prepare their privacy programs for the summer and beyond.

Event Details

As the summer season approaches, it’s vital to ensure your organization’s privacy practices are well-prepared to handle unique seasonal challenges. “Privacy in the Sun” offers you the opportunity to participate in roundtable discussions aimed to equip you with the insights necessary to strengthen your privacy program, ensuring resilience and adaptability through the summer and beyond.

Secure Your Spot (FREE)

Secure your spot today and join us for a transformative afternoon of networking and learning.

2024 June 11, 14:30 – 17:00

Law Society of Ireland
Blackhall Place, Dublin 7, D07 VY24

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Agenda

  • 2:30-3:00 Registration with tea and coffee
  • 3:00-3:05 Welcoming note
  • 3:05-3:45 Round table discussion and feedback
  • 3:45-4:30 Panel discussion
  • 4:30 and on drinks and mingle

Networking and Refreshments

Conclude the afternoon by connecting with fellow professionals over drinks and canapés. This relaxed setting will provide you with the opportunity to share experiences and ideas, fostering new professional relationships and strengthening existing ones.

Don’t
Miss Out

This seminar promises to be a valuable and enjoyable event for all attendees, filled with discussions, insights and great networking opportunities. Reserve your spot today and ensure your privacy strategies are as warm and welcoming as the summer sun!

Event partners

Helping privacy pros since 2015 - DPOrganizer
“THE ORGANISER” and “VENUE OWNER” reserves the right to refuse admission and to remove persons from the premises for any reason where necessary. “THE ORGANISER” and “VENUE OWNER” may also have to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of persons at the event. Any persons deemed to be from or have any connection whatsoever with an organisation regarded by “THE ORGANISER” as a competitor will be refused entry or instructed to leave immediately. This will apply even if the individual has been invited by another guest.”