Cookie Compliance Webinar

Cookies: New Guidance, Best Practices and Better User Experiences

OnlineSeptember 10th10am to 11am

This webinar has taken place.

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The attendees of this webinar:

  • Learned about the latest updates from the Irish DPC ahead of the October 5th enforcement deadline
  • Heard regulatory updates on cookies best practices
  • Understood how cookies and tracking technologies can be used by companies in practice while remaining compliant with global privacy regulations

The panel for this online event included:

  • Fergal McHugh, Arekibo, Head of Strategy
  • Efrain Castaneda, OneTrust, Privacy Counsel

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Fergal McHugh is Head of Strategy at Arekibo. Fergal is responsible for overseeing Arekibo’s innovation and growth strategies. Fergal also works with Arekibo’s customers in Ireland and Europe, advising them on how to integrate and scale digital innovation into their organisations. With a background in software development, Fergal subsequently pursued roles in solution architecture and business development before moving into digital business strategy. Leveraging this background Fergal brings a sensitivity to the complexity and cost of implementing genuinely transformative digital strategies to the design of digital programmes that deliver real value for stakeholders. Before joining Arekibo Fergal was Managing Director at Clearscape, a Dublin based digital design agency.
Mr Efrain Castaneda Mogollon is a Privacy Counsel with expertise in Law and Technology, Privacy and Data Protection. Efrain is an attorney at law and holds a law degree (J.D.) from Mexico and an MPhil with accent on regulation of emerging technologies, from Tilburg University School of Law in the Netherlands. In conjunction with his legal background, Efrain is a certified international privacy professional (CIPP/E) and holds an Honour Code Certificate by Harvard School of Economics for having successfully completed and received a passing grade (1st of the class) on a distance-learning course titled Innovating in Health Care (BUS5.1x). Efrain has worked in the Netherlands, Italy, Belgium and in the UK conducting privacy legal research for various EC-funded demonstration projects and initiatives in the fields of security, community policing, and health. Recently, Efrain's focus is on digital consent and tracking technologies, tracking internal compliance and outlining global data protection requirements in the digital context.