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Is your organisation ready for GDPR? Do you know exactly how GDPR will affect you?
PwC recently surveyed 200 companies with more than 500 employees and found that 92% considered compliance with GDPR a top priority. It’s worth remembering that a violation of GDPR, such as poor data security which leads to public exposure of personal information, could result in a fine of over 20 million euros or 4% of your company’s net income.
IP EXPO Europe is a free-to-attend event which will give you access to world-class experts who can help you understand what is coming, what you need to be doing and how you can be compliant.
Global Head of Cyber Security and Data Protection Legal Services
Stewart Room is a partner at PwC LLP. He is the global leader of the cyber security and data protection legal services practice, the joint global leader of the multi-disciplinary data protection practice, and the UK data protection practice leader. He has more than 25 years of experience as a barrister and solicitor, focusing for the majority of this time on data, technology and communications.
Room specialises in the field of data protection. information management and cyber security, including programme design and delivery, the commercial exploitation of data, the security of data, regulatory investigations and litigation arising from the misuse of data. He is rated as a leading individual in data protection by legal directory Chambers UK, who says he "is the kind of lawyer who inspires confidence" and "he is an excellent, first-rate, tactical lawyer."
He is one of the founding directors of Cyber Security Challenge UK (which forms part of the UK National Strategy for Cyber Security), the President of the National Association of Data Protection Officers and the editor of the Cyber Security Practitioner journal. Room has written a number of textbooks on information law and is regularly quoted in the press. He is a past winner of the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer of the Year award.
Irwin Mitchell LLP
Joanne advises businesses across all sectors on intellectual property (IP) and IT issues both nationally and internationally. She has been advising businesses and other lawyers on data protection for almost 20 years, including specialist advice to a number of international brands on the new General Data Protection Regulations since 2015.
Joe Gardiner is a Senior Solutions Architect at Chef. He has worked on a number of transformation projects bringing automation into organisations to drive innovation and a greater focus on product and customers. Joe has a background working at managed service providers and software companies. He specialises in cloud, compliance and Microsoft technologies. You can find him on his blog at http://grdnr.io
Chief Product Officer
Reggie has a technology background with BE and MS degrees in EE and more than 25 years of experience in communications, networking and IT security businesses since starting his career at Bell Labs, the R&D arm of AT&T. Reggie has been involved in the founding of three start-up companies which successfully progressed to M&A, including Teleos Communications (sold to Madge Networks), AccessWorks (sold to 3Com) and Netilla Networks (sold to AEP Networks). Most recently, Reggie was President & COO at ProtonMedia where he oversaw the operations and product teams.
Ian Evans is managing director for EMEA at OneTrust the leading privacy management software provider.
Prior to this, Evans was president and managing director for EMEA at AirWatch by VMware, the leading enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider for 7 years.
Now responsible for growing OneTrusts business in EMEA, Evans brings over 20 years’ experience in the software industry, with 10 years in direct and channel sales. A diversified senior executive with global CRM technology applications and services experience, Evans has been successful in helping companies structure sales and operation processes and coaching teams to deliver multi-year, million dollar contracts.
Mike Newman is the founder and CEO of My1Login Limited, a wholly UK-based Identity and Access Management company that provides Single Sign-On for web, mobile and thick-client, legacy desktop applications.
Mike has over twenty years’ leadership and management experience within technology businesses in roles spanning Marketing, Sales, Development, Operations and Customer Services.
Career highlights include leading the creation of one of the UK’s first Internet Service Providers as a joint venture between ScottishPower plc and DC Thomson. Subsequently, during the IPO of THUS plc, Mike led the implementation of new ‘arms-length’ commercial arrangements with the parent company. After that he went on to run the team that secured one of THUS’ largest sales contracts for managed services.
Mike went on to head up the operational and delivery teams providing managed services to Government sector customers and, following THUS’ acquisition by Cable and Wireless in 2008, was responsible for leading critical business integration initiatives. Mike remained part of the senior management team at Cable & Wireless until 2011 when he left to build My1Login.
Frustrated by the number of business application passwords he had to remember, Mike recognising a gap in the Identity and Access Management – the ability to have access to all business applications linked to the user’s main computer login. Mike engaged developers to build the technology, raised private-equity funding and built the business from seed to revenue generating selling to some of the UK’s largest enterprises.
He is a Chartered Engineer Member of the Institute of Engineering & Technology.
GDPR and the work-time paradox Wed 4th Oct 15:00 - 15:30
GDPR and the work-time paradox
The GDPR is built on a false assumption of organisational readiness for the new law and data protection confidence and maturity. This false assumption creates a work time paradox, that there has always been too much to do and too little time, therefore legislative compliance failure is inevitable, even in the best run and best resourced organisations. If you're running a GDPR programme, how do you prioritise and know if your choices are good? What's your understanding of GDPR? You need to understand the concepts of adverse scrutiny, and the priorities of people and stakeholders who will want to challenge you.
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Wed 4th Oct 15:00 to 15:30
IP EXPO Keynote
The GDPR Countdown is on! Are you Ready? Thu 5th Oct 15:00 - 15:30
The GDPR Countdown is on! Are you Ready?
Root and branch data protection reform is coming under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. The extent of the reform means that many businesses don’t know where to start. We’ll guide you through what this reform means for your business and give you a practical way to approach your compliance. We will also look at the positives coming out of GDPR and how to make it work for you. Even though this is European legislation, the Government has confirmed that it will still become law despite Brexit! Topics for discussion include:
- Where to start with your compliance
- What records should you keep and what policies should you have
- Compulsory notification of data breaches
- What consent looks like under GDPR
- Transparency and what you should be doing with your privacy policies
- The Right to be Forgotten
- Increased subject access rights
- Fines and the ability for individuals to sue
We’ll draw on our 20 years data protection experience, looking at key actions businesses need to take and how to navigate the pathway to compliance.
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Thu 5th Oct 15:00 to 15:30
Cyber Security Keynote
Compliance as Code : DevOps meets GDPR Thu 5th Oct 12:20 - 12:50
Compliance as Code : DevOps meets GDPR
- Hear how DevOps principles help successful organisations achieve GDPR compliance
- See examples of where Compliance as Code allows development and InfoSec teams to collaborate via automated processes that can be built into every part of the development cycle
- Learn about continuous compliance and what it means to adopt it in your workflow
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Thu 5th Oct 12:20 to 12:50
Reducing Network Complexity Challenges for Securing IoT & Cloud Environments to achieve GDPR Compliance Wed 4th Oct 15:40 - 16:10
Reducing Network Complexity Challenges for Securing IoT & Cloud Environments to achieve GDPR Compliance
With expansion into the cloud and supporting IP-Enabled mobile and IoT/ICS infrastructure, security and network teams are learning that increasing network complexity has exposed them to a greater attack surface. While ransomware attacks have had a severe impact on both the reputation and financials of many well-known companies, additional requirements imposed by GDPR compliance is putting significant pressure on IT organizations. At this session, Lumeta will show you how to eliminate 100% of your blind spots as we find 40% more of your network, cloud and endpoint infrastructure and monitor in REAL-TIME to detect threats across an expanding attack surface.
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Wed 4th Oct 15:40 to 16:10
Cyber Threat Protection
How to Tackle the GDPR: A Typical Privacy & Security Roadmap Thu 5th Oct 14:00 - 14:50
How to Tackle the GDPR: A Typical Privacy & Security Roadmap
As a new era of privacy regulations approaches, security and compliance professionals need to make GDPR a top priority. It is essential to build a roadmap with both privacy and security in mind. In this session, we’ll discuss the importance of privacy management within the context of your existing security and compliance ecosystem –– how it fits into the larger puzzle, why it has been precariously overlooked in the past, and how it can be seamlessly integrated as a function among the information security, information technology, risk management, audit and compliance, as well as legal areas in your organization. We’ll address the importance of demonstrating on-going compliance with privacy regulations like GDPR, and how privacy management software can support security and GRC teams.
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Thu 5th Oct 14:00 to 14:50
Eliminate GDPR Fines, Phishing and Shadow IT – With One Move! Thu 5th Oct 14:20 - 14:50
Eliminate GDPR Fines, Phishing and Shadow IT – With One Move!
The trend towards cloud is moving enterprise identities outside the traditional corporate infrastructure, creating new, and exacerbating existing, security vulnerabilities. In this presentation My1Login CEO, Mike Newman, will present on how to eliminate GDPR fines, phishing and shadow-IT. Mike’s presentation will include a customer case study of the security challenges faced by a highly-regulated, enterprise organisation and how they were able to “lock down” their access management by putting the business back in control of passwords rather than the users, whilst ensuring a positive, simple user experience.
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Thu 5th Oct 14:20 to 14:50