Data Protection World Forum answers all your data security questions
- Security , Data , Infrastructure
- 01.11.2018 11:05 am
This has been a landmark year in data security, with regulations such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), MiFID ii and the forthcoming ePrivacy regulation all set to change how we think about and deal with sensitive information.
Since GDPR came into being on May 25th 2018, there’s been a marked increase in the number of data breaches being reported to national regulators throughout Europe, as consumers awaken to the rights they hold as data subjects; to have their personal details handled responsibly, securely and consensually.
Security has to be priority in today’s data economy, and organisations have to adhere to higher data processing standards through all levels of activity if they are to satisfy the demands of cutting edge regulation.
Data Protection World Forum
Coming to London’s Excel arena on November 20th and 21st, Data Protection World Forum is an unmissable opportunity for executives, professionals and IT leaders to understand what the wave of new legislation means, and how it breaks down into changes in organisational procedure.
This exclusive two-day conference – much of which is free of charge – is packed with keynote talks, panel discussions and engaging content that brings clarity to the key issues in context, enabling delegates to appreciate how to embrace the huge opportunities that laws such as GDPR present.
DPWF is delighted to welcome four more internationally-renowned experts to our distinguished roster of event speakers, which already includes representatives from the Information Commissioner’s Office, European Commission, European Data Protection Supervisor, Google, Deloitte, Schneider Electric, PWC, National Cyber Security Centre, John Lewis and many more.
- Chris Combemale, CEO of the DMA
- Christie Dennehy-Neil, Head of Policy & Regulatory Affairs, IAB UK
- Rowenna Fielding, Senior Data Protection Lead at Protecture
- Guy Johnson, Head of Data Governance at Marks & Spencer
- Ian West, COO & EVP, GDPR Associates
- Kevin Willis, DPO, Aviva
Free-to-access content theatres include:
- ISF Pavilion Cyber Security & Risk Management
- GDPR Advanced
- One Trust Marketing & Advertising
- GDPR Refresh sponsored by TrustArc & BigID
- Speakers’ Corner in association with Cyber Talks
Each theatre features a packed two-day agenda of keynotes and panel discussions held by global authorities in data protection, exclusively at Data Protection World Forum at London’s Excel arena on 20th and 21st November.