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|BST||Monday 16th May 2022|
Data Protection and Infrastructure: Key Implications
PrivSec Focus: Data Protection & Infrastructure will open with a 101 on data infrastructure and its implications for data protection and security compliance.
Building Security and Privacy Into Your Cloud Migration Project
Cloud migration offers benefits for many organisations. But there are important privacy and security considerations that must be addressed early in the process. Ensuring that your chosen cloud services provider complies with data protection regulations, maintaining a high standard of data security, implementing contracts to ensure you maintain control over personal data—a systematic approach to cloud migration will help you keep on top of privacy and security compliance from the outset. This panel will provide best-practice tips and advice on baking privacy and security into your cloud migration project.
Privacy and Security in Big Data Analytics
Big data presents many opportunities for businesses seeking to innovate new products, provide better services and improve efficiency. But these activities must always be driven by robust security and privacy processes. How can companies draw inferences from big data while respecting people's privacy and autonomy and minismising the possibility of a data breach? This session will bring together experts in big data analytics to provide advice on ensuring privacy and security throughout the process.
Anywhere Infrastructure: Ensuring Security and Resilience in Remote and Hybrid Workplaces
The pandemic put a rocket under digital transformation and changed many workplaces forever. With remote and hybrid work now a major part of the labour landscape, organisations have made huge investments in cloud technologies.But was the adoption of cloud infrastructure rushed in some cases? It's time to take stock and ensure your "anywhere infrastructure" is data protection-compliant. This panel will examine the steps you need to take to ensure your remote and hybrid workplace complies with privacy and cybersecurity regulations.
Using US-Based Cloud Infrastructure Post-Schrems II
The discourse around international data transfers can be oversimplified. Privacy professionals understand that while data localisation might be part of the solution, it's not the only consideration. When selecting a cloud services provider, determining the physical location of its data centres is important. But if the cloud services provider itself is headquartered overseas, you might need to take additional steps to ensure Schrems II compliance, This session will take a detailed look at how data protection experts are approaching the use of US-based cloud infrastructure providers with Schrems II in mind.
The Future of Data Infrastructure: Trends and What to Expect
From open data to user-interface improvements, PrivSec Focus: Data Protection & Infrastructure will look at the trends driving data infrastructure, and consider how data scientists and compliance professionals can prepare for the future.