GDPR in the Private Sector Conference: Preparing business for data regulation
“Rapid technological developments and globalisation have brought new challenges for the protection of personal data … Those developments require a strong and more coherent data protection framework.” – EU guide to GDPR
Despite the vote to leave the European Union, the Government has confirmed that the General Data Protection Regulation will be enshrined in UK law from May 2018. This means that British businesses now have less than a year to prepare for the biggest shake-up in data protection legislation in decades, or risk incurring severe fines. As the UK’s digital economy grows, more and more companies are dependent on their ability to gather, transfer and analyse large amounts of data. With requirements covering everything from customer opt-ins and transparency to the compulsory appointment of a data protection officer, GDPR will have a disruptive impact on the way businesses operate.
Join us for the GDPR in the Private Sector Conference where expert speakers will explain how businesses of all sizes can ensure they are prepared for the changes in legislation. Understand how GDPR will affect everything from digital marketing to customer loyalty schemes, learn how to protect your company from the threat of data breaches and make sure your IT systems meet the latest regulations.
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Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition
Opening Remarks from Chair
Harry F Ewins, Managing Consultant, External Perspective Ltd
It’s not about GDPR … it’s about changing attitudes and culture in data and Information Governance
Although GDPR compliance is an unavoidable overhead, the benefits lie more about changing attitudes and approaches to information. Customers expect it, business needs it and consumer confidence in business will affect reputation, sales and growth.
KEYNOTE - Jos Creese, CEO and Independent Digital Consultant and Analyst, CCL
Jos has worked across the public sector as well as a non-Exec director for a variety of businesses and charities. For over a decade he was CIO and CDO for Hampshire County Council. He is a past president of Socitm and of the Chartered Institute for IT (2015), and an experienced non-exec director. He now runs a consultancy business advising public and private sectors on digital trends, sales, marketing and research. He has been listed as the ‘most influential and innovative CIO’ in the UK in the ‘Silicon 50’ CIO survey and included in the ‘Top 100 CIO’ list since its inception until becoming a consultant.
Enhancing Data – reduce unsubscribes, increase open rates, targeted marketing
Enhancing data to capture information about our contacts allows us to make our communications more relevant but also raises alarm bells when it comes to GDPR. What information can be captured and how can it be used to increase open rates and reduce unsubscribes.
KEYNOTE - Duncan Gledhill, Managing Director, Digital Bridge Communications Limited T/A Contact Enhance
Duncan Gledhill is the founder of Contact Enhance - UK #B2B #Data #API - #bot #machinelearning - we help email focused technology firms, data-driven agencies and marketing consultants know more about their suspects, prospects and customers.
Enterprise Architecture: the best route to holistic GDPR compliance?
Exploring the benefits of Enterprise Architecture for GDPR compliance. How an enterprise-wide initiative is not only crucial but is easier than you’d think.
Sam Skalla, iServer Consultant, Orbus Software
Orbus Software is an independent software vendor and a globally recognized leading provider of software and services for Business and IT Transformation.
Sam Skalla is based at Orbus Software’s London Headquarters and primarily focuses on Central and Northern Europe, working on projects ranging from high-level architectural initiatives to tool implementation. Sam joined Orbus with a background in Law, and now concentrates on Enterprise Architecture consultancy and tool deployment with a specialty in GDPR compliance.
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Unstructured content containing PII data; how to discover, migrate and manage your content.
Duncan Williams, Director, Delta Scheme
Duncan Williams is a Director at Deltascheme and has been in the IT industry for over 30 years, working for a number of leading vendors and systems integrators, and regularly presents at industry events. For the past 27 years Duncan has been specifically involved in the Content, Document & Records Management marketplace, with last 10 years being focused on the provision of a wide range of solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint and now Office 365. Duncan will be talking about how a range of tools and technologies can assist in the discovery, classification, migration and subsequent management of GDPR sensitive content.
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Seminar Session 1
Data is Everywhere – FileFacets For GDPR
FileFacets will take you through how they can help you as part of your GDPR process with your dark data.
Peter Convy, Sales Director EMEA, FileFacets
FileFacets Enterprise ID is an online privacy compliance and enterprise analytics platform that makes it easy for businesses to locate and process unstructured content from multiple sources across the enterprise to protect sensitive data and mitigate risk.
The all-in-one platform enables organizations to perform sophisticated data discovery and advanced content search of networks, servers, desktops and laptops, identifying to protect sensitive corporate information and Personally Identifiable Information (PII), removing Redundant, Obsolete and Trivial data (ROT) and facilitating the secure transfer of data between repositories.
GDPR & The Cloud – Discover how to become complaint whilst enabling cloud applications
Attend this seminar to understand how we helped a global retailer using 1400 applications conforming with the 6 Key GDPR articles. And be in a chance to Win a Kindle Fire.
Paul Richards, CEO & Founder, EveryCloud
Lunch and Networking Break
How can organisations make sure they are fully prepared for the introduction of GDPR?
Practical steps to meet the new legal requirements
The presentation will outline very practical steps to meet the May deadline. It will focus on how to put together a risk based approach to GDPR that works for your business.
Ivana Bartoletti, Principal Privacy & Data Protection Consultant, Gemserv
Ivana Bartoletti is a Principal Consultant in Privacy and Data Protection, at Gemserv. Her years of experience in the field span the public and private sectors, including senior roles in the NHS, Barclays and Sky. Ivana holds a Master of Laws degree (LLM) with a Distinction and a postgraduate management degree in European Public Affairs.
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Seminar Session 2
GDPR – A Strategic Approach to Compliance
In this presentation, Stefan Sulistyo will share his extensive experience, as a former Head of IT Security, Risk and Compliance for a major German media and telecommunications corporation, one of the toughest data privacy environments in the world.
Stefan Sulistyo, C0-Founder and CCO, Alyne
Stefan is Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder of Alyne. He coordinates the entire lifecycle of our customers as well as running Alyne's daily operations. Stefan also is heavily involved in curating his professional services and line management experience into Alyne’s world-class content. Prior to founding Alyne, Stefan was the Head of IT Security, Risk & Compliance for Sky Deutschland and responsible for safeguarding Sky’s digital business and their 4+ million customers’ information. Stefan started his career in consulting at Accenture and Deloitte & Touche with his focus on bringing clients in all industries to the next level of Information Security Management. Stefan holds an M.Sc. in Computer Science and a B.Sc. in IT & Business from the International University Bruchsal.
Data Access Governance and the EU GPR
The headlines about the GDPR highlight the fines, the need for a DPO, the right to be forgotten. They don’t discuss how the basic requirements for GDPR rely on a solid foundation of Data Access Governance.
Mark Wilson, Director, Partner Enablement, EMEA, STEALTHbits Technologies, Inc.
Mark has over 20 years’ experience of Data Access Governance, working in both Public and Private Sector. In the UK, Europe and beyond. Mark spends time sharing knowledge and training partner organisations as well as enabling end customers in all things Data Governance. With regular key note speaking slots, industry events and media contributions. Mark has gained a reputation as a straight talking specialist in this field.
Refreshments & Comfort Break
Reviewing Process, Procedure and Reporting for GDPR
Drafting a comprehensive GDPR project plan
Gilbert Hill, Privacy Technologist
Gilbert is a Privacy Technologist, Commentator and Entrepreneur.
After a career in Finance, he ran a London digital agency which led the adoption of new marketing and mobile technologies by corporate clients.
Gilbert grew fascinated by the relationship between data, digital marketing and regulation, founding Optanon, a pioneering software product in the 'PrivTech' sector, and Cookiepedia, pre-eminent source of knowledge around consumer tracking on the Web.
Gilbert now advises and help businesses, investors and non-profit organisations understand and leverage the risks and opportunities around Data Privacy, Ethical Marketing and Web Governance on a consultancy basis.
Closing Remarks from Chair
Harry F Ewins, Managing Consultant, External Perspective Ltd
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