Meet the expert: Lauren Chiren to host Women in GRC Forum
We are very happy to announce that executive health coach and professional speaker, Lauren Chiren will host Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Forum, opening today.
Meet the expert: Sylvia Bruce to speak at Women in GRC Forum
We are delighted to announce that mental health, performance and talent risk consultant, Sylvia Bruce will speak at Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Forum, this week.
Meet the expert: Women in GRC Forum speaker, Shabana Imran
We were delighted to have GRC expert, Shabana Imran speaking at Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Forum, recently.
Meet the expert: Cornelia Baciu-Fiorenzano to speak at Women in GRC Forum
We are delighted to announce that due diligence expert and third-party risk manager Cornelia Baciu-Fiorenzano will speak at Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Forum, this week.
Meet the expert: Jessica Cath to speak at Women in GRC Forum
We are delighted to announce that financial crime expert, Jessica Cath will speak at Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Forum, this week.
Meet the expert: Natalie McManus-Barnett to speak at Women in GRC Forum
We are very happy to announce that compliance leader, Natalie McManus-Barnett will speak at Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Forum, this week.
Corporate secrets readily available on recycled company routers
New research into the fate of corporate network devices sold and bought on the secondary market represents a major cause for security concern.
Meet PICCASO Privacy Awards Winner, Rosemary Jay
The PICCASO Privacy Awards is delighted to name specialist data protection lawyer, Rosemary Jay as the winner of the Privacy Award for Achievement 2022.
Meet PICCASO Privacy Awards Winner, Lesley Holmes
The PICCASO Privacy Awards is delighted to name Data Protection Officer, Lesley Holmes as the winner of the Outstanding DPO Award 2022.
Max Schrems on the EU-US Data Transfer Saga, ‘Hate Mail’, and His Next Court Case
Max Schrems is honorary chairman at the European Centre for Digital Rights, or “noyb” (None of Your Business). Schrems is best known for his landmark court cases against Facebook, which brought down two international data transfer agreements between the EU and the US.
Data Privacy & Protection: Becoming a Good Custodian of Sensitive Data
Data is incredibly valuable and abundant. Anything from the personal information kept by an HR department to website traffic, to inventory information, or customer sales records.
Managing Third-Party Risk in 2022 & Beyond
As the business world becomes more complex and dynamic organizations are increasingly relying on third parties to bolster their capabilities with providing essential goods and services. While third parties can optimize distribution and profits, third parties come with their own set of risks and dangers. With a growing reliance on third parties’ organizations must also refine their third-party risk management (TPRM) programs to ensure that they are robust and have 360-degree situational awareness of potential risks.
Key Tactics for Effective Cybersecurity
As the pandemic pushed millions of workers home, corporations rushed to build infrastructure to support their new remote workforce.
Vendor transparency, supply chain attacks and ethics under the microscope at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk
PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk brought subject-matter experts and industry thought leaders together today to bring up-to-the-minute insight into the world of third-party risk management (TPRM).
Meet the expert: Onur Korucu to speak at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk
A senior GRC, Data Protection and Cyber Security Manager at Avande UK & Ireland, Onur Korucu will be speaking exclusively at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk next week.
Cybersecurity fears now greater than Covid anxiety for global business community
Cyber perils are the biggest concern for companies globally in 2022, with the threat of ransomware attacks, data breaches or major IT outages causing the most anxiety for cyber specialists.
Risk In Focus delivers in-depth exploration of data protection, risk and security
PrivSec Risk in Focus took a global audience to the core of debate concerning data protection, risk and security yesterday.
AI used to improve coronary artery disease detection
A new scientific breakthrough has determined that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is capable of predicting coronary artery disease.
AI and wearable devices helping to manage chronic disease in China
At the recent AI Healthcare Ecological Summit, the Vice President of China’s Jieshou People’s Hospital shared a new disease management system designed to help the nation’s patients deal with chronic health conditions.
Experts call for greater efforts to tackle the challenges of digital transformation
World experts in digital processing and the socio-economic impact of technological change have called for concrete action to ensure the protection and promotion of people’s rights.
Digging Into the Privacy Sandbox: ICO’s Opinion on AdTech Developments
Online advertising is undergoing some major changes, including Google’s planned phase-out of third-party cookies. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published an opinion outlining its “privacy expectations” in respect of the new adtech ecosystem.
Finding and Keeping Your Authenticity on the Path to Leadership
We know we can’t be all things to all people, yet we catch ourselves trying to be. You agree with something your boss says – when in fact – you don’t agree or dress in a certain way to fit in and impress others.
The key theme: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion is a key theme at PrivSec Global, which gets underway from 22 June. Emma Osborn explains why diversity, inclusion and increasingly, equity, are vital to businesses
The lowdown on South Africa’s long-awaited privacy act
Enforcement of South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) begins in July and businesses are rushing to make sure they comply in time. Nicole Gabryk, ahead of her appearance at PrivSec Global next month, explains the key planks of the legislation and how the act differs from GDPR.
Qualified for the job: time for the role of DPO to become a protected title?
The role of Data Protection Officer is becoming more important as technology allows the sharing of data more quickly and on a much larger scale. Despite this, no minimum qualification is required to take on the role. The latest UK Data Protection Index reveals DPOs overwhelmingly want this to change, we look at the reasons why.