Right to Privacy: Applying the Principles of Data Protection and Privacy FrameworkSpeakers:
Pavan Duggal, Advocate, Supreme Court of India
Srinivas Poosarla, Vice President and Head (Global), Privacy & Data Protection, Infosys Ltd.
Justice B.N. Srikrishna, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, and Chairman of the Data Protection Committee
Md.Mahbubul Alam Rafel, Head of Information Security, Prime Bank - Bangladesh
The issue of balancing ‘Privacy’ with ‘Data Economy’ has once again come to the forefront, triggering a host of debates and petitions by government, human rights activists, CISO, CPO, and legal experts. Some of the challenges the industry is grappling with are fair use of data, the validity of a data privacy consent, balancing security with privacy, use of algorithmic decision making, data sharing with partner entities. It becomes critical to understand how the ‘data protection and privacy framework’, which includes regulation, standards, and policies, can be leveraged to provide privacy assurance to consumers and strike the right balance for the larger public good.
Some of the areas, the panel will deliberate:
- Right to privacy in the context of data protection and privacy bill;
- What are the risks of relying on consent as a means to process or share data ;
- What are the challenges faced on achieving data protection and privacy by use of emerging tech