Tech Policy Group
Tech Policy Group - events
Compliance a cloud computing
Compliance a cloud computing
Start date: 2020-01-30 Venue: Siedziba BPCC, Warszawa, Zielna 37 Time: 09:30
Artificial intelligence is not science fiction. AI in Business
From dressing rooms to clinics, artificial intelligence is not a science fiction anymore. A new dimension of your business!
Start date: 2019-06-04 Venue: Spaces, Marszałkowska 126/134 Time: 09:30
Experience from 50 GDPR audits: the most interesting cases and curiosities
This event will be held in Polish.
Start date: 2019-03-22 Venue: Siedziba BPCC, ul. Zielna 37, Warszawa Time: 09:30
Tech Policy Group - event coverages
Polish government sets out plans for blockchain to BPCC members
Dr Maciej Kawecki, director of the data-management department of the Ministry of Digital Affairs, was the keynote speaker at a meeting of the BPCC’s Technology, Media and Telecoms policy group on 3 April 2019, which focused on blockchain (distributed ledger technology, or DLT).
Implementation of the EU's General Directive on Data Protection
On 16 November 2017, more than 60 representatives of local businesses gathered at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Wroclaw, to learn about the implementation of the EU's General Directive on Data Protection (GDPR, or RODO in Polish). The co-organisers of the meeting were the BPCC with members Comparex Polska, BSI Group Polska and law firm Domański Zakrzewski Palinka Sp.
1 Year to GDPR – New Approach to Personal Data Protection
New European regulation on personal data protection will come into force on the 25th of May 2018.
Managing risk – a board-level issue
At a joint meeting of the BPCC's Tax & Finance and TMT policy groups, the subject of risk – and how to manage it – was discussed by a panel of experts. The event was held at the British Embassy on 25 January 2016 and was aimed at BPCC members and their clients/potential clients.
The challenges and opportunities of a Digital Single Market cross the EU
We live in a changing world. The global economy is becoming a digital economy.
Information online must be protected just as is everything in the physical world
Why does something placed online stay there forever? How does one protect data that’s been uploaded to the internet? Is it possible to separate the private from the official in the digital world? These and several other questions were answered at a meeting of the BPCC’s TMT (Technology, Media and Telecoms) policy group held on 27 October 2015. Representatives of Safreum and Porwisz & Partners were on hand to talk members through the key issues.
"Can we be hackers’ target?" is no longer the question. It’s now "When?"
The cyber security landscape is changing rapidly thanks to our greater dependency on the virtual world. One examples of the growing symbiosis between man and the cyber world is the Internet of Things. This increased reliance on the internet and technology has sadly gone hand-in-hand with greater frequency, sophistication and professionalism of hacking. While until recently companies asked whether there’s a chance that they can find themselves in the crosshairs of hackers, now they are posing the question, "when?".
Start-ups and their role in urban regeneration
At a joint meeting of the BPCC's Real Estate & Construction and TMT policy groups at Teatr Scena Prezentacje on 28 October 2015, BPCC members had a chance to look into the future of Warsaw. Capital Park and Cushman & Wakefield hosted the event at the former, 19th Century Norblin factory, located in the centre of Warsaw, which is to become the ArtN project - a revitalised, mixed-use destination, where startups and corporations can cooperate with each other.
IT in healthcare – the promises and barriers
The BPCC's Healthcare policy group met at the British Embassy on 1 October to discuss the implications of advances in IT for Poland's healthcare sector.