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World Bank Group Data Privacy Day 2022

January 28th, 2022 
From 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST
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In today's digital world, data is a part of our everyday lives and correspondingly, our data has become integral to the work of companies and organizations. Data collection and sharing are essential components in conducting business in today's world. Data Privacy Day is an international effort that takes place annually on January 28 to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. The World Bank Group Data Privacy Day (“WBG DPD”) is one of the premier global Data Privacy Day events, which internally and externally promotes privacy awareness and best practices for the responsible handling of personal data.

Thursday, January 27th, 2022 (For World Bank Group Staff Only)

For World Bank Group Staff:
Go to the Online Learning Campus >

 

8:00 AM-9:00 AM EST

Privacy 101 for ACS Staff

9:00 AM- 12:00 PM EST

World Bank Privacy Academy(For World Bank Staff)

9:00 AM-10:30 AM EST

Spot the Risk: Join the IFC Data Privacy Team and Test your Ability to Identify Personal Data Risks (For IFC staff)

1:00 PM-2:00 PM EST

Spot the Risk: Join the MIGA Data Privacy Team and Test your Ability to Identify Personal Data Privacy Risks (For MIGA staff)

2:00 PM-3:00 PM EST

ITS: Implementing Privacy by Design at the World Bank Group

 

Friday, January 28th, 2022

(All sessions, except for the Coded Bias session, are open to the public, and will be livestreamed on this page.)

Roundtable with Global Data Protection Authorities

The international data protection landscape is vibrant and dynamic, propelled forward by consumer sophistication and robust new legislation that addresses a host of novel technologies with explosive potential. National data protection authorities stand at the helm of this global shift. From education to legislation to investigation and enforcement, their complex and essential role is becoming increasingly recognized.  Join representatives from a diverse spectrum of data protection authorities as they discuss emerging privacy trends, the unique challenges they face, and the recent interagency collaboration announcement between data protection authorities in Brazil and Spain, the first of its kind.


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IFC – MIGA Conversation with Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna

Join us for an engaging conversation with Dr. Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, Vice President for Global Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF.) Dr. Zanfir-Fortuna leads FPF’s work on global privacy developments and counsels on EU data protection law and policy, working with all FPF’s offices and partners around the world.  In this conversation, we will discuss some of the latest trends in global privacy, including (i) recent developments with respect to international data transfer and the challenges organizations face to keep apace in this rapidly evolving area and (ii) the growing body of data protection laws and court rulings related to automated decision making and how this impact the increasing use of machine learning and AI applications.

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Privacy and Pandemics: Vaccine Passports and Ethics in Data-Driven Decision-Making

As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic stretches deep into its second year and teeters on the verge of a third, more and more of the questions raised turn to the long-term: is the future of international mobility dependent on invasion of privacy? How can we ethically and effectively observe the tally and impact of the still unvaccinated? What projects need to be set into motion to ensure global recovery is rapid, equitable, and inclusive? As global society reaches a crossroad at many of these junctures, join a diverse array of authoritative voices on privacy, ethics, and medical relief as they examine these questions from all angles, from the academic to the operational and beyond.

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SolarWinds: Lessons Learned

This panel is a collaboration with many of the foremost voices in the privacy and digital rights technology space. The panel will be discussing the implications of a data breach on information security and data privacy using the lessons learned from the SolarWinds incident.

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The Future of Privacy: Exploring the Next Generation of Data Privacy Programs and Governance

In an era where public trust in institutions is shaky and trust in their personal data handling processes even more so, holistic, and effective privacy programs are essential to the continued success and prosperity of organizations of any type. This roundtable event, a collaboration with many of the foremost voices in privacy and digital governance, will explore what lessons can be learned from a privacy landscape that is in serious flux. Between divergent privacy law regimes, polarized opinions on emergency personal data usage, and shifting public attitudes towards personal data, how should organizations approach the creation and maintenance of a thoughtful, impactful privacy program?


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  • Ms. Kate Charlet, Director for Data Governance, Centers for Excellence, Google
  • Mr. Bob Siegel, Founder and President, Privacy Ref
  • Dr. Nicol Turner Lee, Senior Fellow of Governance Studies and Director at the Center for Technology Innovation, Brookings

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(For World Bank Group Staff Only)

Coded Bias: A Conversation about Algorithmic Racial Bias and Privacy with Ms. Shalini Kantayya, filmmaker

Netflix documentary Coded Bias is a chilling expedition into the heart of the modern ethics in technology debate, chronicling prominent researchers and advocates as they discover that the algorithms and code strings that control increasingly significant portions of our lives are not as impartial as advertised.

Join director and activist Ms. Shalini Kantayya for a curated discussion with Ms. Tami Dokken, World Bank Chief Data Privacy Officer, on the unexplored underbelly of cutting-edge technology and the chilling question “will the future include us all?”

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  • Dr. Sandie Okoro, World Bank Group General Counsel, Vice President Compliance World Bank. Head, WBG Anti-Racism Task Force

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