InConfidence 2019

Join the world’s leading data privacy conversation

A groundbreaking forum for the data privacy and advanced analytics community, In:Confidence is a one-day extravaganza of talks, panels, debate and immersion, focused on some of the most pressing topics challenging the digital ecosystem.

Held at Printworks in London on 4th of April 2019, In:Confidence will feature impactful keynotes, interactive panels, in-depth case studies, a window into the academic research powering the industry, and the chance to meet the speakers, network with your peers and explore the incredible event space.



Confirmed speakers for 2019
More to be announced soon...

Doug Gurr

British Heart Foundation

Shoshana Zuboff

Author and Scholar
Harvard Business School

Dr. Hannah Fry

Academic, Author & Speaker

Neil Mullarkey

Actor, writer and comedian

Shane Lamont

Programme Director for Google Cloud Adoption

Jason Perkins

Head of Data & Analytics Architecture

Sherry Coutu CBE

Entrepreneur, CEO & Angel Investor

Paul Bate

Director of NHS Services
Babylon Health

Parmy Olson

Senior technology writer

Stewart Room

Partner & GDPR Leader

Rachel Coldicutt


Dr Adrià Gascón

Turing Research Fellow

Steven Hamblin

Sensyne Health

Matt Neligan

Director of Data Transformation
NHS Digital

Natasha McCarthy

Head of Policy
Royal Society

Vivienne Artz

Chief Privacy Officer

Ed Vaizey

MP and former Minister for Culture & Digital Economy

Charlie Cabot

Research Lead

Jason McFall


Participating artists

Adam Harvey

Privacy, surveillance, and computer vision

Sam Lavigne

Data, surveillance, natural language processing, and automation

Thom Bartley

Reactive & generative visuals with projection mapping

The world’s data privacy conversation happens at In:Confidence

In:Confidence is a forum for ideas, debate and discussion with the data and analytics community at its heart. We’re facilitating the discussion by inviting the world’s leading data practitioners, data-driven business leaders, technical decision-makers and those who value the intrinsic nature of privacy in the modern technological ecosystem.

Attend if you are a (roles):

  • CDOs / CTOs / CIOs / CPOs
  • Data architects / Data engineers / Solution engineers
  • Data protection officers
  • Privacy specialists
Attend to discover (topics):

  • How privacy can be a differentiator for your business
  • Privacy 2.0 in the age of the Tech Giants
  • Post-GDPR: Data protection in 2019 and beyond
  • How to best protect our most sensitive information, from finance to healthcare


  Download the info pack here  


 Main Stage Agenda


08:00 Arrival, Coffee & Breakfast
09:00 Welcome, Jason du Preez, CEO, Privitar
09:10 Opening keynote: How to be Human in the Age of the Machine. Dr. Hannah Fry, Mathematician, Author & Speaker, UCL
09:40 Sherry Coutu CBE, Entrepreneur, CEO, Angel Investor
10:00 The power of data science in healthcare. Doug Gurr, Chairman, British Heart Foundation
10:20 Coffee break and networking
11:05 Demonstrating Re-identification of Location Data. Charlie Cabot, Research Lead, Privitar
11:15 Panel - Data privacy in the age of the Tech Titans.
Ed Vaizey, MP, Rachel Coldicutt, CEO, Doteveryone, Ade Adewunmi, Senior industry consultant, Teradata.
11:55 The journey to code. Stewart Room, Partner & GDPR Leader, PwC
12:15 Dealing with enterprise-wide privacy complexity. Vivienne Artz, Chief Privacy Officer, Refinitiv.
12:35 Lunch provided by Karma Cans
13:35 Panel - Healthcare analytics vs. patient trust.
Parmy Olson, Senior Writer, Forbes; Paul Bate, Director of NHS Services Babylon Health;
Steven Hamblin, CTO, Sensyne Health; Matt Neligan, Director of Data Transformation, The NHS
14:15 The case for data privacy. Jason Perkins, Head of Data & Analytics Architecture, BT
14:30 Balancing the conflicting objectives of data access and data privacy. Shane Lamont, Program Director, Google Cloud Adoption, HSBC
15:00 Coffee break and networking
15:45 The magic of privacy-enhancing technologies. Dr Adrià Gascón, The Alan Turing Institute
16:05 Five surprising benefits of privacy technology. Jason McFall, CTO, Privitar
16:25 Closing keynote: Surveillance capitalism. Shoshana Zuboff, Scholar & Academic
17:05 Closing Remarks. Jason du Preez, CEO, Privitar
17:15 Networking Drinks


  Download the agenda here  



In:ConfidenceX, our second stage, is new to In:Confidence this year. Join us during the breaks for deeper technical sessions with the Privitar team that demonstrate how you can put privacy into action in your company!



During coffee break

Top three privacy fails. Dr. Pierre-Andre Maugis, Research Scientist, Privitar

The enterprise privacy ticking time bomb (and how to address it). Darren Foley, Privacy Engineer, Privitar


During lunch

Interview with Natasha McCarthy, Head of Policy for Data at the Royal Society, on their recent report on Privacy Enhancing Technologies. Guy Cohen, Policy and Strategy Lead, Privitar


During coffee break

Building digital products in the age of privacy-by-design. Federico Benedetto, Product Manager, Privitar

Privacy Techniques vs Privacy Management. Dave Roberts, Privacy Engineer, Privitar


Explore the action from last year


Previous In:Confidence Speakers

2018 speakers preview


On 19th of April, we held our inaugural In:Confidence event in LondonThe industry-leading line-up of speakers and panelists deliberated over the apparent loss of trust in data companies, the dangers of democratising data and powerful analytics tools and the importance to the data science community of winning back consumer confidence.


2018 Highlights Video


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