Discussion questions to be explored:
- What have you found to be the myths around GDPR?
- What practical steps should executives be taking now to ensure they will be compliant by May 2018?
- What are some common misconceptions about how ready companies are today?
- What are the implications for members of the Board and Directors?
- Who is responsible for educating people on cybersecurity awareness?
- What makes a good measure of state of the art cybersecurity? What expectations should executives have relative to the performance of their cybersecurity metrics?
- What synergies do you see between privacy officers and CISO with regards to GDPR?
- What is the role and impact of IT in a programmatic approach to GDPR?
- How to assess and communicate the risks across senior leadership and technical executive?
- Increasingly, governments across the globe are creating guidelines for data protection and cybersecurity compliance and the requirement of personal data management.The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in May 2018 and represent the most significant change to data privacy regulations for twenty years. You may think you’re ready for this, but covered companies may need to improve the security of personal data they hold, and of their networks and information systems.
Your delegate package includes:
- Comprehensive event documentation – including option to download presentations from our secure website
- Presentation, panel discussion and roundtable
- Breakfast on arrival
- Gourmet 3-course lunch
Ticket Price: VIP Complimentary
Tuesday 19th September 2017
|Tuesday 19th September 2017|
|8:30||Welcome breakfast and networking|
|9:00||Introduction and welcome
|9:15||EU legislation’s impact on cybersecurity: what does it mean for you?
|10:00||Synergies and collaboration between privacy officers and CISO for GDPR
|11:00||How do we embrace technology, how does the tripartite of CIO, CSO and business function effectively to balance innovation and manage risk?