Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) in association with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), will host a one-day conference on ‘Digital Data Privacy, Protection and Monetization Models’ at IIM Bangalore on 10 October 2019.
The focus of this conference, led by Professor A Damodaran of IIMB, will be on possible trade-offs amongst aspects like Data Protection, Privacy and rapidly growing digitally-driven economic systems that have been key priorities for India in the preceding three years.
This conference seeks to find answers to questions in and around these subjects in the light of the privacy laws envisaged.
A panel of industry leaders and speakers will address issues like the legal framework of Data Protection Data/Cyber Security and Privacy in India, Digital India and Design of Data Protection Ecosystems, Network Technologies, IPRs and Data Monetization Model, Corporate India: Coping Mechanisms and Strategies, and Assessing Preparedness: Towards an Indian model of Data-Driven Economic System.
The participants of the conference comprise policymakers, representatives of industry, CEOs of new enterprises, academia, research scholars, and non-governmental individuals.
The conference will propose policy guidelines on data flows and explore the design of a new data economy for India. The participants will delve on the requirements for a Digital and IPR Infrastructure for India that can lead to the emergence of a robust Data Economy in the country while they will also get an opportunity to discuss corporate strategies and responses to controls and regulations on data.