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Data Protection by Design and by Default
What can this do for your business?
30 January 2020 / 16.00 - 17.00 CET

30 January 2020, 16:00 CET (Amsterdam Time)

2020 will bring an increased focus on Data Protection by Design and by Default, which are principles underlying the GDPR and making headlines around the world. But what precisely do these two terms refer to and, more importantly, how do you begin to design a new product or service with data protection by design and by default as a tool?


Register now to save your place:
Preferential rate €35 for ESOMAR Members, €75 for non-Members
ESOMAR Plus Subscribers have free access to our webinar series.

Who is this webinar for?

This session has been designed for anyone with an interest in understanding data protection principles, but especially for those who want to improve their business, innovate, and increase consumer trust by developing privacy-friendly products and services.


What will you take away from this session?
  • An understanding of data protection by design and by default as useful tools for your business;
  • An understanding of the principles that underpin data protection by design and by default and how to embed them in your processes;
  • An overview of how you can apply data protection by design and by default during the product or service design process;
What else is included with my webinar access pass?
  • 1-week access to ESOMAR’s Data Protection Officers;
  • Practical advice on what you can do straight after the session;
  • Receive answers to your questions by our expert speakers;



Jan Willem Knibbe

Jan Willem Knibbe

Jan Willem has been with ESOMAR for the past 6 years, working in its Professional Standards and Public Affairs department. With a degree in Physics and Management and Policy Analysis he has been working on the GDPR from its inception. In his job he’s providing ESOMAR members with practical and fit-for-purpose ethical guidance, up-to-date legal analyses, advocating the market, opinion and social and analytics sector in front of legislator, regulators and the general public.

Bianca Marcu

Bianca Marcu

Bianca is ESOMAR's Senior Advocacy and Standards Programmes Coordinator, working to represent the data analytics and insights sector present in more than 130 countries. Bianca is a certified Data Protection Officer and leads the ESOMAR Plus umbrella of services, designed to guide members with designing and implementing their data protection and privacy frameworks. Bianca holds a Masters in International Law and Globalisation from Maastricht University and has previously worked in a variety of non-profit organisations, including for the United Nations.