In:Operation - Data practitioners breakfast

Managing large amount of sensitive data in cloud environments can be intimidating. It doesn’t have to be. You can easily apply some of the industry best practices to your big data operations, for various use cases.


Who should attend?

Data Architects, Data Protection Officers, Privacy Specialists, Data Engineers, Solution Engineers and Solution Architects.


Why you should attend?

  • Learn about privacy concerns surrounding Agile/DevOps processes
  • Understand how privacy engineering fits with DevOps
  • Discover how to ensure the Privacy and Dev teams align to ensure concrete data protection

This will be a unique chance to learn from a leading data privacy expert, share your experiences through an interactive roundtable, and enjoy breakfast in a unique location.

These events are usually oversubscribed, so please RSVP as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you there.



  • 9:00am - Arrival, breakfast and networking
  • 9.30am - Privitar welcome
  • 9:45am - Presentation - Abigail Dubiniecki - Privacy by Design in DevOps
  • 10:15am - Roundtable and delegate Q&A
  • 10:30am - Coffee and networking
  • 11:00am - Close


Event synopsis

Join us on June 26th for the next stop in our exclusive Data Practitioners Breakfast in London.

We're delighted to be joined by leading data privacy lawyer and IAPP speaker Abigail Dubiniecki, who'll be discussing Privacy by Design in Agile/DevOps Enterprises:

DevOps emerged in response to increased pressure to deliver software solutions rapidly to meet business needs and keep pace with the market. But increased privacy awareness and stricter regulation have created a new business requirement: Data Protection by Design and Default, a close cousin to Privacy by Design (PbD).

Companies must now go beyond policies and principles and embed privacy controls into processes, software and networked infrastructure to provide cradle-to-grave privacy protection. Abigail's presentation will show it is possible to bridge the chasm between the Privacy Office and DevOps by recognising that PbD and DevOps can be complementary. We'll draw on success stories to illustrate how the Privacy Engineering lifecycle can align with DevOps, and give participants from both sides concrete tips to take back to the office.




Abigail Dubiniecki, CIPM - Data Privacy Specialist - My Inhouse Lawyer and the IAPP

Abigail Dubiniecki is a UK-based speaker, educator, writer and lawyer specialising in data privacy and trade. She has spoken before a range of audiences at events run by IAPP, CBA, Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce, OWIT and the Data Protection World Forum. A former Associate of Henley Business School, Abigail trained senior executives of top global brands on GDPR and developed content for an in-depth online GDPR program. More recently she has contributed to the privacy engineering module of U of T's 'Privacy Management in the Digital Enterprise' certificate. She advises a portfolio of ambitious, mid-sized companies on their privacy programs as a Specialist with My Inhouse Lawyer. She contributes to thought leadership in privacy and tech as as a Privacy Writer for Information Age and member of the Journal of Data Protection and Privacy editorial board. Abigail uses a blended approach that connects the dots between business continuity, risk, technology, and trade. Her combined expertise in privacy and international trade matters, coupled with her bijuridical background, gives her a truly global perspective. She draws on her unique perspectives to enrich the classroom and operational environment and help students and client appreciate the broader, commercial backdrop for their privacy journeys.



26th June 2019
9:00am - 11:00am



Balthazar Restaurant
4-6 Russell St, Covent Garden,
London WC2B 5HZ



by invitation only




Abigail Dubiniecki, CIPM,
Founder, Strategic Compliance Consulting Ltd.; Data Privacy Specialist, My Inhouse Lawyer

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