Dear CPDP Community,
We are delighted to announce that the programme has been updated, and can be found here. As we now approach the exciting, final stages of preparation for the conference, you can already start to highlight the panels and myriad side events you simply won't want to miss.
We look forward to welcoming you in Brussels in May...
The Scientific and Programming Committees and all panel organisers have been working hard to bring a truly multidisciplinary programme of activities which challenge the way we think about the digital world today.
If you still haven’t registered, you can do so here before we officially kick off CPDP2022.
A closer look at the Side Events programme:
A full overview of the side events can be found on our website. Keep an eye out for regular updates!
Please find some of our side events highlighted below:
The opening event, organized by the Brussels Privacy Hub, will address the challenge of defining and protecting individual vulnerabilities in the data protection field and takes place May 22, 6:30PM at Area 42
The Privacy Café is organized by the Data Protection Institute and brings together experts from various sectors to lecture about privacy subjects. Snacks and refreshments are offered to the guests. Takes place May 23, 7PM at Area42
This session entitled 'State-of-Play of De-Identification Techniques' will focus on Synthetic Data, Differential Privacy, and Homomorphic Encryption developments and feature experts in each area. Takes place May 25, 10AM at Maison des Arts.
Our FAQ page is still available with more details about what to expect in May, including updates on the COVID-19 measures in Belgium.
The Programming Committee and the Scientific Committee.