Balancing innovation, privacy and compliance: KPN’s strategy and approach

June 29, 2021

Jeroen Jongenelen is Functionary Data Protection at KPN and will show you the approach and practices of KPN during this Virtual Round Table.

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule
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Jeroen Jongenelen

Functionary Data Protection

The privacy department of KPN serves the business with advice regarding laws & regulations in relation to the usage of data and is responsible for enforcing these rules. Next to that, a lot of attention goes to training employees to create awareness. Jeroen Jongenelen works at KPN for over 18 years and is Functionary Data Protection since december 2019. During this session, he will elaborate on recent challenges and show how KPN faces these challenges. How does KPN find balance between innovation, privacy & compliance.



Digitalisation results in the exponential growth of available data for many organisations. This data contains a lot of enclosed information. Organisations are constantly searching for possibilities to innovate using this available data to serve their customers even better. The potential is huge, but the feasibility is bounded by rapidly changing laws & regulations and by data protection responsibilities. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance where to find the relevant data, how to protect these data, under which conditions these data can be used and to anticipate to changing regulations.


16:25 | Dial in on Teams meeting
16:30 | Start program, including presentation & discussion
18:00 | End


People responsible for data protection, privacy and compliance

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