Annual Conference Digital Public Administration:
Personal data protection and freedom of information – a matter of trust
March 10–11, 2020 in Berlin | BOLLE Festsäle, Alt-Moabit 98, 10559 Berlin
Having control over the use of one’s own personal data is becoming an ever more prominent issue among the public, and has been the subject of a range of new laws and initiatives introduced over the past few months. The GDPR is designed to deal with digital data processing in general, but also covers specific areas of application such as the use of medical data, or data held by registration offices. Besides the protection of rights, the focus of discussion centers around public interest in data and the information that can be obtained from them. Aside from general statistical analyses, this subject will gain more prominence over the next few years, due in part to the expansion of the Internet of Things.
Annual Conference Digital Public Administration 2020
opens up new perspectives
Trust is key when it comes to interactions with the public
In the BOLLE Festsäle in Berlin, national and international experts in all areas of government administration, science, politics and industry will be sharing their ideas, experience, knowledge and best practice around the topic of trust in administration, technology and data processing. In the words of the writer, François de La Rochefoucauld:Trust lends conversation more substance than the mind.
True to form, the Annual Conference Digital Public Administration 2020 will deliver an attractive program of keynote speeches, podium discussions, breakout sessions and workshops on current issues in digital transformation. The event is also an ideal platform for networking and exchanging ideas across the spectrum of administrative areas. Save the date in your diary today!
The official Hashtag is: #FujitsuJK
We look forward to welcoming you to the Annual Conference Digital Public Administration 2020!