Of all a data protection officer’s tasks, monitoring compliance is perhaps the trickiest. What should be monitored? How should it be monitored? Where to even begin? Uber has approached this task by developing a comprehensive monitoring program that is now into its fourth year. Learn the structure of Uber’s monitoring program, the factors they consider when deciding what to monitor, how they build control frameworks, and how they manage relationships with the business areas they are monitoring in. Hear some of the challenges they’ve faced along the way and learn tips on how to start and grow your own.
What you will learn:
- Ideas for structuring and building your own DPO monitoring program.
- How to navigate challenges encountered when monitoring.
Amy Le-Milliere-Tinney, Manager - Data Protection in the Global DPO Office @ Uber
A data protection practitioner for 10 years, Amy has worked internationally across the public and private sector in the UK, Malta and the Netherlands. After spending time as a DPO, she is now part of the Global DPO Office at Uber where she uses the knowledge and skills developed from these varied experiences to advise on data protection matters and support the exercise of DPO tasks in various countries around the world.
In particular, Amy created, developed and runs an extensive monitoring framework that is into its fourth year of monitoring data protection compliance across Uber’s operations. This framework includes several continuous monitoring programmes that focus on data protection compliance in high risk areas for data subjects, as well as complaint investigation and ad-hoc monitoring.
Hosts: Roxana Guiman and Dana Ududec, founders of Privacy Learning
Dana is a privacy lawyer and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E), with a background in banking and finance, as well as in human rights law and litigation. She manages complex data protection and e-commerce compliance programs.
Roxana has over 10 years of experience as a lawyer, being involved in complex projects in a variety of industries. Her solid background in the IT sector gives Roxana an applied and interdisciplinary perspective on data protection, IP and e-commerce.
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