PrivSec New Normal is an in-person forum taking place on the 16 November 2021 at the Riverbank Park Plaza, London.
The purpose of the forum is to provide an opportunity to reflect on the challenges the data protection, privacy and security sector has experienced over the last 18 months, particularly with an enforced work-from-home (WFH) regime combined with a mainly unplanned acceleration of digital transformation.
PrivSec New Normal will be focusing on the road ahead and exploring the lessons learnt, plus the positives emerging as part of the transition to a new normal including higher resilience and flexibility, faster innovation and more efficient collaboration.
Attending PrivSec New Normal will ensure you are up to speed with the very latest industry insight, knowledge, analysis and technologies supporting your role in the data protection, privacy and security sector.
Benefits of attending:
- Access a curated agenda, deep-diving into the challenges and opportunities now we are returning to the ‘new normal’
- Get up to speed on trends, technologies and topics that impact your business
- Have your questions answered by leading experts from within your sector
- Discover fresh perspectives and understanding of how you can build competitive edge
- Hear the views, insight and analysis of subject matter experts, thought leaders and activists
- Improve your awareness of the regulatory and compliance landscape
- Network with your peers throughout the Forum and at the exclusive drinks reception available to all attendees
PrivSec New Normal will topics including:
- Monitoring staff working from home: Privacy considerations
- Social engineering attacks: Is staff training enough?
- Contact-tracing apps: Have they helped, and should we keep using them?
- Shadow IT: Unacceptable, inevitable, or an opportunity?
- Data-driven health research: Privacy and consent
- How has the pandemic changed consumer privacy, and how should businesses respond?
- Ensuring security in hybrid work environments
- Healthcare cybersecurity: Lessons learned from the pandemic
- Post COVID-19 phishing attacks: What’s next?
- Identity and access management: Restoring control post-pandemic