GDPR Essentials


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The GDPR is the first major change in EU privacy regulation in more than two decades and has far-reaching implications for worldwide organizations that touch the data of any EU citizen. In other words…fundamentally every medium- and large-sized company is impacted. With May 25, 2018, as the go-live date, many are struggling to be ready and wondering what the consequences really will be—and how fast the penalties will be imparted. This seminar will cover GDPR in depth, exploring fundamentals such as what’s allowed with customer profiling and how to approach the 72-hour mandated breach notifications and security requirements, providing tangible guidance on pitfalls to avoid. It also ponders if this is just the beginning of what looks to be a groundswell of international privacy and security regulation.

Participants
Ari Schwartz

Managing Director, Venable

Freddy Dezeure

CEO, Freddy Dezeure BVBA

Gopalakrishnan S

Joint Secretary, MeitY

Ilias Chantzos

Senior Director Government Affairs EMEA and APJ, Symantec

Juhan Lepassaar

Executive Director, EU Agency for Cybersecurity

Julia Jacobson

Partner, K&L Gates LLP

Laura Koetzle

Vice President, Group Director, Forrester

Mahmood Sher-Jan

CEO, RADAR, Inc.

Pierre-Luc REFALO

Global Head of Cybersecurity Consulting & GDPR Offer Lead, Capgemini

Prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht

Executive Director, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)

Professor Jane Winn

Professor, University of Washington

Rashmi Knowles

Field CTO EMEA, RSA

Richard Watson

Partner, EY

Rogier Holla

Deputy Head of CERT-EU, CERT-EU

Samuel Grogan

Global Privacy Policy Analyst, Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

Vikash Chourasia

Scientist ‘C’, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt. of India

Security Strategy & Architecture


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