Last week, the advanced analytics and data privacy communities converged on Printworks in London for In:Confidence 2019 - a one day extravaganza of thought provoking discussion, in-depth panels and exciting keynotes. Our photographers were on hand to capture all the action and the best moments from the Keynote Stage, In:ConfidenceX, the IQ Bar and the extensive networking hall. Below some of the best bits...
The In:Confidence Keynote Theatre, ready to welcome 400 leaders and practitioners from the data privacy community
Enter the new age of data privacy
In:Confidence 2019 featured several privacy art installations, including Berlin-based Adam Harvey's mirror piece:
Today's Selfie is Tomorrow's Biometric Profile
Delegates exploring the venue, with a good breakfast and a hearty cup of coffee.
Improv comedian and event compere Neil Mullarkey, of the legendary Comedy Store, kicked off the day with a bang!
Privitar CEO Jason du Preez giving his opening welcome: "My hope, is that you will leave here, having learned a few things, inspired and challenged by our speakers and ready to make a real impact in your own organisations"
Opening keynoter Dr Hannah Fry asking the audience what it means to be human in the modern age of AI
It's been a tumultuous year for the Tech Titans, and this hot topic was debated in depth by the Sunday Times's Peter Evans; Doteveryone CEO Rachel Coldicutt; Ed Vaizey MP and independent technology consultant Ade Adewunmi
This year In:ConfidenceX saw its debut, with deeper, technical sessions aimed at a more hands-on audience. The sessions included Federico Benedetto, who discussed how to build data privacy into the agile design process
Privitar's team of data privacy experts were on hand throughout the day and ready to discuss pressing challenges with delegates from all industries.
Stewart Room, PwC Partner and GDPR Leader gave an impassioned speech, focused on the vision for the future of privacy and sustainable data protection outcomes. Find out more: how tech and data professionals can help change the narrative.
Jason Perkins, Head of Data & Analytics Architecture at BT took the audience on a journey into how data privacy and data security can enable data democracy.
"Privacy is the new normal" Vivienne Artz, Chief Privacy Officer at Refinitiv
Shane Lamont, CTO, Big Data & Cloud at HSBC "We want to improve customer service through great analytics, but we need to ensure we have appropriate controls"
Privitar CTO Jason McFall talks about how to put privacy enhancing techniques into practice, and how large enterprises can do it effectively
The legendary Professor Shoshana Zuboff was In:Confidence 2019's closing keynoter. Deep, visionary and thought-provoking.
“We Thought We Were Searching Google, But Google Was Searching Us”
In:Confidence is now over for another year, but soon you'll be able to register for our 2020 event. Expect it to be bigger, bolder, and as ever, the home of the world's data privacy conversation.