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The Conference "Personal Data Protection" is an annual event organized by Roskomnadzor.
Over the course of the Conference the current issues of all concerned parties, spanning representatives of the competent authorities and personal data operators to regular personal data subjects, will be discussed.
Exchanging information, professional experience, and opinions regarding issues related to personal data protection.
The exchange of international experience in the protection of the rights of subjects of personal data, setting new business contacts with foreign colleagues, the analysis of law practice, development of suggestions for regulatory scope of protection of the rights of personal data subjects.
Zharov was born on August 11, 1964, in Chelyabinsk. In 1987, he graduated from the Chelyabinsk State Medical University. From 1987 to 1996, he worked within his specialty.
From 1998 to 1999, Zharov was an advisor to the chairman of the board in RIA Vesti.
From 1999 to 2004, he was a spokesman for the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
In January 2004, he defended his PhD thesis Healthy Lifestyle Promotion.
From 2004 to 2006, he served as an aide and later as a spokesman of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation M. E. Fradkov.
In 2006, Zharov graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (Law Department).
From 2006 to 2007, he worked as a Deputy CEO of the All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company federal state unitary enterprise.
From 2007 to 2008, Zharov headed the Public Relations, Information and Protocol Department of the Government of the Russian Federation.
In 2008, he became a Deputy Minister of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation.
By the executive order No. 702-r of May 3, 2012, of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, A. A. Zharov was appointed as head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media.
A. A. Zharov speaks English and French.
He is married with six children.
Antonina Priezzheva was born in 1980, in Podolsk.
In 2003, she graduated from the Moscow Psychological Social Institute with a degree in jurisprudence. In 2009, she graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, with a degree in state and municipal management.
From 1999 to 2004, she worked in internal affairs agencies.
From 2004 to 2008, Priezzheva held public offices in the Federal Tax Service.
From 2008 to 2012, she was a head of the Regulatory Affairs Department, and a deputy head of the Administrative Regulatory Department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Nature Resources (Rosprirodnadzor).
From 2012 to 2013, she worked in affiliated bodies of Roskomnadzor.
Since October 2013, Priezzheva's been serving as the head of the Division For Legal and Methodological Support of Roskomnadzor's Department of Protecting the Rights of Personal Data Subjects.
On March 12, 2014, she was appointed as deputy head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media.
She is a State Counsellor of the Russian Federation, Class 2.
Priezzheva is decorated with a Medal of Merit of the Federal Bailiff Service (2010).
She speaks English and Italian, and is married with a daughter.
Rosendoevgueni Monterrey Chepov holds a B.A. in Economics by Universidad del Valle de México. He studied Economy in the Center for Economic Research & Teaching.
From October 2010 to May 2014, he was Commissioner President of the Institute for Transparency, Access to Public Information and Data Protection of the State of Mexico and its municipalities (INFOEM).
In 2012, he was President of the Mexican Conference for Access to Public Information (COMAIP) and President of the Committee of the Registry of Social Witnesses of the State of Mexico. He also served as Head of information requests and appeals review in the Unit for Transparency and Access to Information of the Federal Electoral Institute, now National Electoral Institute; he also served as Transparency Coordinator and Head of the Unit of Information, Planning, Programming and Evaluation of the Ministry of Finance of the Government of the State of Mexico.
In his career, he served as an advisor for the presidential campaign of Porfirio Muñoz Ledo, advisor of the Commission for the Study of State Reform and researcher of the Historical and Political Analysis Fund, CSO.
He also worked in the Ministry of Internal Affairs as Technical Secretary of the National Institute of Historical Studies on the Mexican Revolution, advisor of the Unit for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights, advisor to the Undersecretary of Political Development and Coordinator of the Unit for Transparency and Access to Public Information.
He has published specialized articles in journals of national and international recognition.
Guy Willner has over 20 years of leadership and enterprise in globally high tech companies. His data centre influence dates back to 1998 when he co-founded IXEurope. A leader in high-end data centre services IXEurope started by building its first data centre in Slough, setting the location for future data centre infrastructure. Within 9 years IXEurope accelerated from one data centre in the UK to 14 throughout Western Europe. Guy raised approximately $100 million in venture capital as the CEO and the company’s revenue grew over 600% in its first 3 years. It was listed as Europe’s fastest growing company in 2002 Sunday Times Tech Track 100 and Guy received personal recognition as a semi-finalist in the UK’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2003. In 2007 IXEurope was acquired by Equinix Inc for $555 million.
Prior to IXEurope Guy worked for Compagnie Generale des Eaux (Vivendi Group) between 1992 and 1998 both in the UK and in Hungary establishing a telecommunications operator culminating in $210 million EBRD funding.
His career within the technology industry began with Philips NV in Paris and Vienna working in CDROM, Smart Card and Minitel technologies.
After IXEurope Guy continued to support and interest in the datacentre industry with a focus on emerging markets. In Johannesburg Guy invested alongside the IFC (World Bank) in Teraco, overseeing its progress to become the main hub in South Africa with the largest peering point on the African continent, NAPAfrica. The company was recently acquired by Permira.
In 2012 Guy ventured into Russia and set up IXcellerate, foreseeing the growth of the Russian data centre market in what is Europe’s largest Internet market (80 million users) with investment by the IFC and Sumitomo Corporation. Despite Western sanctions on Russia, IXcellerate has attracted some of the biggest global names in Internet, E-commerce, Gaming and Financial markets.
Guy’s influence over the data centre market does not stop there and with many upcoming new projects, Guy is frequently asked to advise newcomers into the market as well as consult some of the existing well-known players within the industry. His IDC-G group has helped a number of emerging markets data centre operators such as MainOne (Lagos, Nigeria) and Telconet (Ecuador).
Guy is also non-Executive Director of Athens’ leading data centre operator Lamda Hellix.
Guy graduated in 1986 from Oxford Brookes University with a BSc in Engineering.
Paweł Makowski – graduated from the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration. Since 2010 he has been working in the Bureau of the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection – starting as the assistant to Inspector General and from 2014 to 2017 serving as a deputy director of the Social Education and International Co-operation Department. At present, he is a general counselor of Inspector General. He has expertise in data protection issues related to privacy public awareness, GDPR compliance and DPAs international cooperation.
Alan Thompson graduated from Leeds University, UK, where he specialized in Russian language studies, as well as the Faculty of Law, University of Leicester, UK. His professional experience includes more than 10 years in senior management positions with international organizations, and from 2012 - as Director for Russia with the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce.
Manages the direction for the protection of personal data in Ernst & Young Russia
A certified specialist in the field of personal data protection in accordance with EU requirements (CIPP / E, CIPM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
Has more than twelve years of experience in advisory services in the field of information security and information technologies, including personal data protection, transformation of IT functions, development and optimization of IT processes
Graduated from the Moscow State Technical University of N.E. Bauman
1994-1999 - Academy of the FSB of Russia, specialty "Automatic telecommunications".
2002-2005 - Financial Academy of the Government of the Russian Federation. Specialty "Banking".
2001 - "Database protection" at the GUMC FAPSI.
C 03.2009 in the reserve of management personnel who are under the patronage of the President of the Russian Federation.
08.2015 - present time - Vice-President - Managing Director of the Department of Information and Communication Technologies The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RUIE)
06.2009 - 08.2015. - Managing Director of the Office of Information and Communication Technologies The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
03.2008 - 06.2009 - Head of the Information and Communication Technologies Service of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
05.2007 - 03.2008 - Deputy Director of the Department of Information Resources and Technologies of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
11.2006-05.2007 - Assistant to the President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs on issues of information and technical support for the activities of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
07.06 -11.2006 - Expert of the Department of Regional Policy.
07.2006-08.1999 - Service in FAPSI (now FSO) - Ensuring the work of the Situation Center of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Major in retirement.
Honorary badge "The Security Council of the Russian Federation" - 2002; the medal "For Distinction in Military Service" of the third degree - 2004; Certificate of Honor of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation - 2010; Gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation - 2012; Honored Communications Worker of the Russian Federation - 2015.
IB-practitioner with more than ten years of experience and with specialized education in the specialty of "computer security".
Since 2008, she began her career in the banking sector, at the head office of a large financial group. Under her leadership, numerous internal projects in the field of information security were implemented, such as the introduction of ISMS, bringing the banks of the Financial Group in line with 152-FZ "On Personal Data", ensuring the safety of the processing activities of the Financial Group, the introduction of an access control process based on the IDM system own development, aligning with the Bank of Russia standard in the field of information security (STO BR IBBS), meeting the requirements of 382-P, the development of processes is responsive on incidents and many others. Curator of the bank project on bringing (and subsequently - confirming compliance) with PCI DSS (data security industry standard for payment card industry).
To her merit, Maria can also include the successful passage by banks of the Financial Group of inspections by industry regulators (Roskomnadzor, FSB).
Prior to leaving the Financial Group for several years, Maria was the head of the information security department, as well as the head of projects of the Financial Group in the field of information security in such global areas as "complex antifrood" and "protection from leaks".
Since September 2015, she leads the consulting business, is also the leading expert on information security of InfoWatch, implements information security projects to build the necessary processes and procedures to protect against external and internal threats, ensure the legal legitimacy of procedures related to data protection, as well as other areas .
She is the author of numerous articles, comments and publications in the media on information security topics, she is a member of the working groups on information security of the Bank of Russia, the National Payment Council, the Security Council, etc., an expert of the BISA association, a regular participant and speaker of thematic seminars and conferences.
Igor Ashmanov is a recognized expert in the field of artificial intelligence, software development and project management. Having a degree of candidate of technical sciences at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Moscow State University, he quickly gained fame and respect as one of the most effective managers in R & D, and then as executive director of Internet holding "Rambler". Igor Ashmanov has been engaged in information technology since 1983.
Most projects of Igor Ashmanov for the last 30 years are based on original developments in the field of artificial intelligence and applied linguistics. Among them are such well-known products as the spelling checker "Orfo", electronic dictionaries "Multileks" and anti-spam filter "Spamtest".
Since 2001, Igor Ashmanov - General Director and Managing Partner in Ashmanov & Partners. The company is a leader in the development of intelligent systems of semantic analysis, search engines and services for promotion on the Internet.
Various subsidiaries are engaged in the development of ultramodern expert systems, as well as "Cribrum", a service for monitoring and managing the reputation on the Internet used by leading banks and mobile communication providers in Russia.
Igor Ashmanov is the author of many articles and publications. Among the most interesting publications of Igor - "Rules of Ashmanov. One of the best books (together with the well-known SEO specialist, Ashmanov & Partners) is "Website Promotion and Search Engine Optimization" - a book about the Internet search, promotion methods, search engines, etc.
He was born on August 28, 1955 in the city of Moscow.
In 1972 he graduated from the Technical Faculty of the Higher School of the KGB of the USSR as a mathematical engineer.
1972-1998 - service in the General Staff of the USSR / RF Armed Forces, last post - deputy head of the department.
In 1999-2006, He was responsible for information security issues in telecommunications holding Svyazinvest, worked in the holding's management company and system integrator. The last post is Deputy General Director of OJSC Svyazintek.
2007-2011 - Director of Business Development at ZAO NIP Informzaschita.
In 2011, together with Z.V. Popova was founded by the consulting agency Emelyannikov, Popova and Partners.
Member of the working and expert groups on the issues of legislation in the field of personal data of the Federation Council, the Ministry of Communications, the National Council of the Financial Market, the Advisory Council of the Association of Russian Banks, the developer and trainer of the first in the country courses on the protection of personal data and the protection of trade secrets.
09:00 – 10:00 Registration
10:00 – 11:30 Opening of the Conference and plenary panel discussion
11:30 – 12:00 Coffe break
12:00 – 14:00 International expert meeting No. 1
14:00 – 15:00 Coffe break
15:00 – 17:00 International expert meeting No. 2
17:00 – 18:00 Round table: Open Mike with Regulators
Registration of participants.
Alexander Zharov, Head of Roskomnadzor
Subject: “Personal data protection in the digital economy and the development of information technologies for data processing".
Igor Schegolev, Assistant of Presidential Executive Office. Welcoming speech.
Levin Leonid, Chairman of the State Duma Committee of Information Policy, Information Technologies and Communication. Welcoming speech.
Lyudmila Bokova, member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation. Welcoming speech.
Vladislav Fedulov, Director of the Department of Information Technology and Communications of the Government of the Russian Federation. Welcoming speech.
Alexey Sokolov, Deputy Minister of of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation Welcoming speech.
Plenary Panel Discussion
Moderator: Alexander Zharov, Head of Roskomnadzor
Issues to be discussed:
Sergey Mytenkov, Vice-President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
Subject: “On Digital Risks for Private Life".
Ilya Dimitrov, member of the Presidium of the Opora Rossii
Subject: "Preservation of Digital Sovereignty in a Digital Economy".
Igor Ashmanov, General Director of Ashmanov and Partners
Subject:"Big Users Data: risks and opportunities".
Nikolay Samodayev, Ernst and Young, Partner, Head of Risk Services, Information Technology and Cybersecurity Management in the CIS “Personal Data Protection in a Digital Business".
Guy Willner, CEO and Co-Founder, IXcellerate
Signing of agreements (memorandum) on interaction with professional associations of operators
"The Glass Hall"
Panel I “International Experts’ Meeting”
Moderator: Alan Thompson, International Relations Expert
Issues to be discussed:
Participants: Roskomnadzor (Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications), the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation, representatives of foreign authorized agencies for the protection of the rights of the personal data subjects, of Russian and foreign companies.
Yury Kontemirov, Head of Department, Roskomnadzor.
Subject: “Criteria for administrative corpus delicti under Art. 13.11 of the Code of Administrative Offences of the Russian Federation: application experience. New landmarks of the control and supervisory activity and maintaining the register of operators".
Salavat Migranov, Director of Department, Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation
Subject: "The current state of the regulatory framework in the sphere of personal data processing: Prospects and areas of development".
Stepan Kuzmenkov, Head of Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Subject: "Prospects for the development of international cooperation in the protection of the rights of personal data subjects in terms of protecting human rights".
Anastasia Petrova, Advisor of ALRUD
Subject: “The balance between the GDPR and the Russian personal data protection regulation: how can the applicable requirements be complied with in a coherent manner”.
Elena Voynikainis, Senior Associate, Institute of Law and Development, HSE-Skolkovo
Subject: “The role and significance of self-regulation in the sphere of personal data protection”.
Guy Willner, CEO and Co-Founder, IXcellerate,
Subject: “Is BRICS real? Is there a place for Russian datacentre within the BRICS market?”
Paweł Makowski, Counselor of the Inspector General, Bureau of the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, Poland
Subject: “Shadows and Lights of Data Protection Authorities Cooperation in the GDPR Regime”.
Evgeny Kim, Senior Manager, IT Risk Management, Ernst and Young
Subject: "GDPR - key aspects of application".
Panel II “International Expert Meeting”
Moderator: Alan Thompson, International Relations Expert
Issues to be discussed:
Participants: Roskomnadzor, representatives of foreign authorized agencies for the protection of the rights of personal data subjects, of the FSB of Russia, of the Federal Service for Technology and Export Control (FSTEC) of Russia, of the Bank of Russia, of Russian and foreign companies.
Sergey Akimov, Deputy General Director, Elvis-Plus
Subject: “Means of cryptographic protection as the basis for security of the modern personal data processing technologies. Problems, questions, solutions".
Elman Mehdiyev, Executive Vice President, Association of Russian Banks
Subject: “Possible mechanisms for monitoring the use of consent for personal data processing”.
Mikhail Emelyannikov, Information Security and Business Security Expert, Managing Partner of the Consulting Agency Emelyannikov, Popova and Partners.
Subject: "Employee’s written consent to personal data processing: where, when and how to be obtained".
Artyom Sychev, Deputy Head of the Main Department for Security and Information Protection of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Subject: “Personal Data Protection in the Financial Sphere".
Alexander Bodrov, officer of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation
Subject: “The specifics of personal data protection when using cryptographic means. Issues of certification of personal data protection means".
Elena Torbenko, Head of Department, FSTEK (Federal Service for Technology and Export Control) of Russia
Subject: "On the results of examination of laws and regulation aimed at identification of threat to personal data in Personal Data Information Systems".
Maria Voronova, Head of Direction, InfoWatch JSC
Subject: "Statistics on leaks of limited access information 2016-2017. World and All-Russian Trends".
Alexandra Aronova, Director of the Department for Interaction with State Authorities, Rostelecom
Subject: "Practical issues of biometric identification of citizens by using the National Biometric Platform".
Rosendoevgueni Monterrey Chepov, Commissioner, National Institute of Open Access to Information and Data Protection, Mexico
Subject: “The End Justifies the Means”: issues related to goal-setting and obtaining the expression of the will of the subject in the conditions of information technologies development.
Ma Tianyi, Deputy Director, Bureau of Cyberspace Administration of China
Subject: "What the Chinese Government Have Done to Enhance Personal Information Protection".
Roundtable, “Free Mike with Regulators”.
Moderator: Mikhail Emelyannikov, Consulting Agency Emelyannikov, Popova and Partners
Issues to be discussed:
Participants: Roskomnadzor, the FSB of Russia, the Federal Service for Technology and Export Control (FSTEC) of Russia, the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation
End of the business section of the Forum
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