Third party risk management is an essential aspect of cyber security. This panel discussion will explore how companies can develop effective strategies and fortify their defenses against cyber threats.
In this session, panelists will discuss the best appraoches for instilling a company-wide culture of data proteciton, security and compliance, getting buy-in from the board and securing an appropriate budget.
Insider threats, or the potential for unauthorized access or harm to a company’s sensitive information by its own employees, contractors, or partners, are a growing concern for businesses. This panel discussion will explore how companies can avoid and fortify against these risks.
In today’s digital landscape, companies must navigate a complex array of privacy laws and regulations. This panel discussion will explore the challenges and opportunities of managing a privacy program, and provide insights on how companies can best juggle their compliance requirements.
Where workflow automation and accountability-focused tools may have worked for privacy programs of the past, intelligence and automation is the focus for privacy programs of the future. In this session, we’ll be going over three facets of this problem.
This session will explore how DPOs can get the support, resources and information they need to build a successful privacy management programme.
Data protection regulations are evolving rapidly around the world, with new laws and frameworks being introduced to address the increasing risks of data breaches and security threats. In this panel discussion, experts will provide an overview of the current state of global data protection regulations, highlighting key trends and developments.
In this session, experts will look at the state of play for data transfers, with an emphasis on the UK’s situation as it gradually diverges from the EU. Panellists will consider the technical approaches that might supplement standard contractual clauses (SCCs), and look at the ICO’s interpretations and guidance.
In a world of remote work, regulatory reforms, and digital transformation, the need for secure communication is higher than ever. But how can people work securely with minimal disruption to their busy days? Join Rick Goud, CIO at Zivver, as we investigate how to tackle the greatest security challenges confronting your organization today.
In this panel discussion, experts will discuss the strategies and best practices for implementing a culture of data protection and security. Panelists will discuss risk assessments, employee training, and the use of technology to enhance data protection and security.
This panel discussion will bring together experts to discuss the PDP Bill and its potential implications for data protection in India. The panelists will explore the key provisions of the bill, and discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of its implementation. They will also consider the broader context of data protection in India, including the existing legal and regulatory framework, and how the PDP Bill fits into this landscape.
Keeping up with the evolving privacy landscape is essential for the success of any organization. The most recent law impacting businesses is the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) which went into effect on January 1, 2023. The CPRA expands and amends the CCPA, resulting in companies facing stricter requirements related to managing risk and honoring consumer rights, similar to that of GDPR.
Whatever happened to the ePrivacy Regulation? Nearly five years after the law was supposedly going to take effect—and two decades after its predecessor, the ePrivacy Directive, passed—the ePrivacy Regulation is still nowhere to be found.
Join experienced data privacy pros from Mine PrivacyOps to discuss how modern data privacy management platforms must be people-centric—both from the perspective of its users and from a company’s brand trust.
The dotted line has been signed and the new EU-US data transfer framework is nearly over the line. The stress of transatlantic data transfers is finally over… or is it?
The Dobbs ruling is shaping how legislators, regulators and businesses approach privacy in the US. In this session, panellists will explore how the overturning of Roe v Wade is impacting the privacy landscape.
Data protection is becoming an increasingly important issue in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, as the use of digital technology continues to grow and evolve. This panel discussion will provide an overview of the current state of data protection in the MENA region, highlighting key trends, issues, and regulations.
In this session, experts will discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of data localisation, and the challenges and opportunities it presents for businesses. The panel will also discuss how businesses can respond to this trend.