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Celebrating Data Protection Day

Myles Dacres

Join our hosts Jasmine Harrison, Joe Kirk and Philip Brining in Celebrating Data Protection Day on Friday the 26th

A Data Protection Day Special with the Data Protection Made Easy Team

Mark your calendars for January 26th, 2024 and join us in celebrating Data Protection Day! While Data Protection Day officially falls on January 28th this year (landing on a Sunday), therefore, we at the Data Protection Made Easy Podcast are dedicating this Friday’s episode to celebrate and explore the ever-evolving world of data privacy.

Join our esteemed hosts, Jasmine Harrison, Philip Brining, and Joe Kirk, for an insightful and engaging discussion that will equip you with the knowledge to navigate the data labyrinth in today’s digital age.

A Critical Look at the Future

This episode goes beyond simply celebrating the milestones achieved since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). While acknowledging the significant progress made in data privacy awareness and enforcement, our hosts will also take a critical lens to the future, examining the emerging challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Emerging Data Horizons: AI, Geopolitics, and Beyond

From the rapid advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on data privacy to the ever-shifting geopolitical landscape and its influence on data governance, we will delve into the complexities that will shape the data protection landscape in the years to come.

The Rise of the Data Champions: Why They Matter More Than Ever

In this dynamic and often-uncertain environment, consequently, the role of data protection champions becomes increasingly vital. These individuals, whether within organizations or advocating for broader societal change, play a crucial role in safeguarding our data rights and fostering a more responsible data ecosystem.

From Awareness to Action: Empowering You to Be a Data Champion

Our mission at Data Protection Made Easy goes beyond simply raising awareness. Moreover, we want to empower individuals and organizations with the knowledge and tools to actively participate in shaping a more secure and responsible data future. This episode will provide actionable insights and practical tips that you can implement to promote data privacy awareness and best practices in your own sphere of influence, regardless of your background or expertise.

Interactive Discussion and Q&A: Join the Conversation

This special episode is not just a lecture; it’s an interactive dialogue. Therefore, we encourage you to tune in and actively participate by submitting your questions and engaging in the discussion. Our expert hosts will be happy to address your queries, offering their insights and perspectives on the various data protection topics covered.

Key Talking Points:

  • Data Protection Day: Significance and future outlook
  • Emerging data protection challenges: AI, geopolitics, etc.
  • The critical role of data protection champions
  • Practical tips for promoting data privacy awareness in the workplace and beyond
  • Interactive Q&A session with our expert hosts

Don’t miss this special opportunity to:

  • Gain valuable insights from leading data protection experts.
  • Explore the future challenges and opportunities in the data landscape.
  • Discover actionable steps to become a data privacy champion in your own right.
  • Engage in a lively discussion with our hosts and fellow data enthusiasts.

Tune in to the Data Protection Made Easy Podcast on January 26th, 2024, and join us for a thought-provoking and informative discussion about the future of data protection. Together, let’s navigate the data labyrinth with confidence and ensure a more responsible and secure data future for all.

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