PrivSec Global

 

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The Largest Data Protection, Privacy and
Security Event of 2021 returns

15-16 February 2022

 

REGISTER FOR PRIVSEC GLOBAL FEBRUARY 2022

PrivSec Global brings together leading experts from around the globe, for a 2-day livestream experience that ensures attendees have access to the latest information, guidance and advice on data protection, privacy and security.

PrivSec Global returns on 15-16 February 2022, and will once again deliver a carefully curated agenda that taps into the expertise of subject matter experts, industry leaders and academics.

Session times shown below in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). All sessions will be recorded and available on-demand.

Agenda

Day 1: Tuesday 15 February 2022

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08:00

Modernize via Migration: Best Practices and Key Benefits of Moving to the Cloud
08:00 AM - 08:45 AM

Cloud migration has skyrocketed since the move to remote and hybrid workplaces. Using a cloud service provider can bring huge benefits to your distributed workforce. But the move to the cloud carries significant security and privacy considerations.

PrivSec Global will consider the best practices for cloud migration and explain how you can get the most out of using cloud infrastructure while remaining secure and compliant.

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The Future of Digital, Data Protection and Security Regulation: What's Coming Down the Track?
08:00 AM - 08:45 AM

Digital regulation is ramping up in nearly every country in the world. But the shape and aims of regulation vary considerably between jurisdictions.

With data transfers, online anonymity and end-to-end encryption all within governments' sights, PrivSec Global will consider how 2022 could bring some substantial changes to the digital, data protection and security landscape.

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  • Emma Martins, Data Protection Commissioner, Bailiwick of Guernsey
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09:00

GDPR Compliant? The Extra Steps You’ll Need to Take to Comply with South Africa’s POPIA
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is often cited as the world’s toughest data protection law. Many organizations have worked hard to bring themselves into GDPR compliance.

South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) is similar to the GDPR in many ways. Both laws provide rules and principles about the processing of personal data, stipulate the information that must be provided to data subjects, and impose new requirements for data breach reporting.

But the two laws are far from identical. PrivSec South Africa will explore how the GDPR and the POPIA intersect, how they differ, and what extra steps you must take to bring your GDPR-compliant organization in line with South African law.

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Fighting Cybersecurity Challenges: Why Resilience is Essential
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM

Prevention is better than cure: and this maxim holds particularly true in the field of cybsecurity. New cyber threats emerge every day, and the only viable defence is to be cyber resilient.

PrivSec Global will explore the fundamentals behind building and effective cyber resilience programme.

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10:00

Sponsor Led Session
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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11:00

Is There an Environmentally Friendly Way To Do Cybersecurity?
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Cybersecurity can have environmental costs: Whether it's the increased amount of electricity consumed by the extra computing power, storage and bandwidth that encryption uses, or the need to retire hardware from use before it stops working because the software can no longer be secured.

PrivSec Global will explore the ways cybersecurity teams can reduce their environmental impact while maintaining effective security controls.

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The PrivSec Translator: How Can Data Protection and Security Departments Learn from Each Other?
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

PrivSec Global is the event where privacy and security meet. These two disciplines have so much to teach each other, and compliance and operational demands require that they speak the same language.

PrivSec Global will bring together a panel of privacy and security professionals to explore how they can help each other better protect the data in their control.

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  • Marcos Sêmola, CISM, CIPM, CDPSE, PCI-DSS, PDPP and ISO27KLA, Cybersecurity Partner, EY
  • Sam Smith, The PrivSec Translator: How Can Data Protection and Security Departments Learn from Each Other?
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12:00

Sponsor Led Session
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

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12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

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Insider Threats: Just How Trustworthy Are Your Employees?
13:00 PM - 13:45 PM

Cybersecurity defences excel at keeping the bad guys out. But internal threats are often a blind spot. And protecting against insiders can lead to a culture of suspicion.

PrivSec Global will explore how you can ensure effective safeguards against insider threats while maintaining a culture of trust and avoiding excessive surveillance.

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Cloud Modernisation: Is My Cloud Compliant, and Should We Fear Mistakes?
13:00 PM - 13:45 PM

Shifting your company's data storage facilities to a third party might be convenient, but it does not shift your liability for protecting that data.

PrivSec Global will look at the security and compliance issues behind cloud computing and consider with you can trust your cloud provider to keep you legally compliant.

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14:00

Sponsor Led Session
14:00 PM - 14:45 PM

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14:00 PM - 14:45 PM

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15:00

Managing Vendors: Systematising and Automating Your Vendor Risk Management Process
15:00 PM - 15:45 PM

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Host

  • Yasmin Hinds, Global Head of Privacy & Legal Counsel, Pontoon

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Innovation and Digital Regulation: The Importance of Ethics
15:00 PM - 15:45 PM

As data-driven companies continue to create new solutions to social and technical problems, they raise ethical concerns about how their technology is used. Regulators set rules and boundaries that can either stifle or enhance innovation.

PrivSec Global will consider the ethical implications of digital innovation, and consider how rules can enable innovation within ethical boundaries.

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16:00

The Future of Privacy-Enhanced Technologies - How Can Security Teams Support Privacy Departments? (Sponsored by OneTrust)
16:00 PM - 16:45 PM

From preventing data breaches to ensuring legally-compliant international data transfers, the intersection of privacy and security professionals' work has never been clearer.

PrivSec Global will explore how security teams can bring their knowledge of data security to privacy teams and help better protect personal data.

Host

  • Stewart Room, Partner, Global Head of Data Protection & Cyber Security, DWF Law

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The Future of the Cloud: A Survey of the 2022 Landscape, from Hybrid Clouds, Storage-as-a-Service and Ransomware)
16:00 PM - 16:45 PM

As cloud migration continues at a pace, how are cloud service providers innovating to provide a better service to their users?

PrivSec Global will explore the future of cloud computing and look to the significant changes and events that could occur throughout 2022.

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17:00

How to Prevent Misdirected Emails: The Dreaded “Reply-All”, Cc and Wrong Recipient Errors
17:00 PM - 17:45 PM

Despite increasingly effective controls and notification in email clients a significant proportion of data breaches are still caused by sending emails to the wrong recipients.

PrivSec Global will consider the technical and organisational solutions to the problem of misdirected emails to help protect personal data from unauthorised access.

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  • Steve Bond, Information Rights Manager, The Open University

Conducting a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA): Best Practices (12PM ET/ 9AM PT) [Sponsored by DPOrganizer]
17:00 PM - 17:45 PM

The Data Protection Impact Assessment ensures controllers are identifying and mitigating risks prior to undertaking risky or novel processing.

PrivSec Global will explore DPIAs in detail: When is a DPIA required? What are the steps to carry it out? How can you make the process efficient and effective?

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17:30
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18:00

Sponsor Led Session
18:00 PM - 18:45 PM

More information to be announced

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Sponsor Led Session
18:00 PM - 18:45 PM

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19:00

A Culture of Vigilance and an Understanding of Risk: Cyber Resilience Strategies and Best Practices
19:00 PM - 19:45 PM

Embedding a culture of security and an understanding of risk factors is vital to ensuring the long-term cyber resilience of your organisation.

PrivSec Global will speak to cybersecurity leaders on best practices for creating a company-wide strategy for cyber resilience.

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Adapting to Brazil's LGPD: The Biggest Challenges and Opportunities
19:00 PM - 19:45 PM

Brazil's LGPD is the high-water mark of data protection in Latin America. The law presents a significant compliance challenge to many organisations—but with all challenges come opportunities.

PrivSec Global will explore how businesses can adapt the the new law leverage LGPD compliance for a competitive advantage.

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20:00

California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA): Are You Ready?
20:00 PM - 20:45 PM

While the CPRA won't become enforceable until 2023, the law includes a "look-back" period that began at the start of the year. While businesses have the rest of 2022 to prepare for many of the CPRA's provisions, this look-back period means the new notice and recording requirements have already effectively begun.

PrivSec Global will take an in-depth look at the CPRA, exploring how the law differs from the CPPA and explaining what businesses should be doing throughout 2022 to ensure compliance.

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Could Synthetic Data Solve Your Privacy Problems?
20:00 PM - 20:45 PM

Personal data is powerful material for training AI models or conducting research. But using personal data comes with privacy risks that cannot always be mitigated by techniques like pseudonymisation or anonymisation.

PrivSec Global will explore the possiblities of using synthetic data to ensure privacy, security and fairness in data processing.

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20:15
20:30
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Day 2: Wednesday 16 February 2022

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08:00

China's Data Protection Officer Recruitment Drive: How Ready is the People's Republic of China for Half-a-Million DPOs?
08:00 AM - 08:45 AM

The Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), China’s comprehensive data protection legislation that took effect last November, provides unprecedented opportunities for privacy professionals in China—but also puts them at direct risk of potential legal action.

PrivSec Global will explore how the PIPL is driving demand for Data Protection Officers (DPOs) in China, and what roles and responsibilities a DPO has under the PIPL.

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Cyber Resilience and the Importance of Continuous Planning
08:00 AM - 08:45 AM

With threat actors outpacing "the good guys" in many areas, the best laid plans of security teams often go awry. That's why being cyber resilient means learning how to adapt—by frequently and systematically reviewing and adjusting your plans and policies.

PrivSec Global will look at how continuous planning is a key facet of cyber resilience.

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08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00

How Privacy Can Help You to Earn Your Customers’ Trust? [Sponsored by OneTrust]
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM

From Cambridge Analytica to WhatsApp's controversial privacy policy changes—consumer trust in digital services has taken a beating over the past few years. But with transparent, ethical use of data, businesses can also win their customers' trust.

PrivSec Global will explore how businesses are driving customer trust and success through privacy.

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India’s Data Protection Revolution in 2022: The Data Protection Bill and How India is Gearing Up [Sponsored by Exterro]
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM

India's Data Protection Bill is inching towards enactment, and 2022 could be the year that the law is finally passed.

PrivSec Global will speak to experts in India's data protection landscape to consider how organisations can best prepare for India's upcoming data protection revolution.

Speakers

  • Niti Paul, Group Data Protection & Privacy Office at UAE Exchange
09:15
09:30
09:45
10:00

Sponsor Led Session
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

More information to follow

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Sponsor Led Session
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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10:15
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11:00

Exploring UAE’s Federal Data Protection Law: What It Means for Your Company’s MENA Operations [Sponsored by Exterro]
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

The MENA region is home to a growing number of data protection regulations. Following the enactment of two data protection laws in Abu Dhabi and Dubai in recent years, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recently adopted a comprehensive data protection law at federal level.

PrivSec Global will speak to MENA-region privacy experts about how to comply with the UAE's new federal data protection law.

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Fundamentals of Security for Privacy Professionals
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Privacy and security are fundamentally intertwined, and security teams are crucial to preventing data breaches and ensuring personal data is safe at rest, during processing and in transit.

PrivSec Global will ask security experts what fundamental security rules and principles privacy professionals need to know as both teams work together to keep personal data secure.

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11:30
11:45
12:00

Sponsor Led Session
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

More information to follow

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Sponsor Led Session
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

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12:15
12:30
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13:00

Cloud Migration: The Security Considerations, Challenges and Solutions
13:00 PM - 13:45 PM

Cloud service providers are often better-placed to protect your company's data than in-house storage solutions. But cloud data is far from invulnerable to cyberattacks, and any organisation relying on a third party must fully assess the inherent risks.

PrivSec Global will consider the security considerations, challenges and solutions involved in cloud migration.

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Africa’s Data Protection Developments: Why There Is so Much Excitement Around African Privacy Legislation [Sponsored by Exterro]
13:00 PM - 13:45 PM

Much attention has been paid to South Africa's POPIA, a comprehensive data protection law that finally took full effect last year. But the POPIA isn't the only important piece of African privacy legislation—many African nations, including Kenya, Nigeria, and Botswana, have existing or developing data protection law that privacy professionals need to understand.

PrivSec Global will explore key data protection frameworks across Africa and consider how the future looks for privacy throughout the continent.

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13:30
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14:00

Sponsor Led Session
14:00 PM - 14:45 PM

More information to follow

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Sponsor Led Session
14:00 PM - 14:45 PM

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14:15
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15:00

International Data Transfers: How Privacy and Security Teams Can Work Together [Sponsored by OneTrust]
15:00 PM - 15:45 PM

The shock and uncertainty generated by the Schrems II judgment is still being felt by many organisations that transfer personal data to or from the EU. In addition to the legal and privacy assessments data protection teams are carrying out, organisations must consider the technical measures that can be applied to keep personal data safe in transit.

PrivSec Global will explore how privacy and security teams can work together to ensure international data transfers are safe and compliant.

Speakers

  • Luca Egitto, Avvocato specializzato in proprietà intellettuale e information technology, RP Legal & Tax
  • Luiza Sato, Partner, ASBZ Advogados

Choosing a GDPR-Compliant Cloud Service Provider
15:00 PM - 15:45 PM

Under EU law, data controllers retain liability for much of the data processing activity of their vendors. This means that when you sign up for a cloud service provider, it's your responsibility to ensure that the company takes the necessary technical and organisational measures to keep your company's personal data secure.

PrivSec Global will examine the key considerations when choosing a cloud service provider to ensure you don't fall short of the GDPR's requirements.

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15:15
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16:00

Cyber Threat Intelligence 101: “Do”s, “Don’t”s, and Best Practices [Sponsored by Onapsis]
16:00 PM - 16:45 PM

To properly protect an organisation, security teams must have a good knowledge of the existing threat landscape and a keen eye for emerging cyber threats.

PrivSec Global will explain and explore the field of cyber threat intelligence: How to keep track of—and defend against—the huge variety of existing and novel threats.

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  • Andrew Rigney, Director, Cybersecurity Operations, NetJets® Inc.
  • Jan Hubicka, Director of Sales Engineering EMEA & APAC, Onapsis

The Role of Ethics in Technology: Why ALL Companies Need to Explore This
16:00 PM - 16:45 PM

Tech dominates our lives, and the resulting ethical questions are becoming clearer and more important than ever. Every company should now be looking beyond compliance and considering the ethical principles underpinning their use of technology.

PrivSec Global will explore the ethics of tech and consider how companies of all sizes can navigate these important ethical questions.

Host

  • Stewart Room, Partner, Global Head of Data Protection & Cyber Security, DWF Law

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16:15
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17:00

4 Reasons Why You Need Vulnerability Management for Business-Critical Applications [Sponsored by Onapsis]
17:00 PM - 17:45 PM

A deep dive into the current environmental and business dynamics that your cybersecurity portfolio must account for. Understand the novel, emergent threats that the Onapsis Research Lab is observing and reporting on.

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Sponsor Led Session
17:00 PM - 17:45 PM

More information to be announced

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17:15
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18:00

Why Training Isn’t Enough: Human Errors and Why Cybersecurity Needs to be Enhanced
18:00 PM - 18:45 PM

Raising awareness among employees is a vital component of any organisation's security programme. But even the most security-savvy staff members are still liable to make a mistake—and one human error can cost a company millions.

PrivSec Global will consider the fundamental security controls every company needs in addition to staff training.

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Privacy-Enhancing Technologies: Ignoring the Hype, Leveraging the Tech, Receiving the Benefits [Sponsored by Ketch]
18:00 PM - 18:45 PM

As data protection law and consumer trends drive an ever-greater demand for privacy, technology may hold the key to protecting personal data. The exciting and innovative world of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) offers solutions to some of the sector's most difficult questions.

PrivSec Global will take an in-depth look at PETs and consider how your business could benefit from these innovative technologies.

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19:00

Fundamentals of Privacy for Security Professionals
19:00 PM - 19:45 PM

Privacy and security area increasingly interdependent domains. In applying security controls to systems and personal data, security professionals must understand the implications of privacy law and data subject rights.

PrivSec Global will speak to privacy and security professionals about the fundamental privacy rules and principles that security professionals must understand.

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Phishing Attacks: Why Do Some People Always Take the Bait?
19:00 PM - 19:45 PM

Phishing attacks have been duping us for decades. And the problem is getting worse—no matter how much organisations are investing in security training.

PrivSec Global will examine the current state of phishing, consider why some people always fall for phishing scams, and ask whether this is inevitable as technology and awareness improves.

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The Future of AI-Driven Cyber-Defences
20:00 PM - 20:45 PM

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What's The Point of Cyber Technology Innovation?
20:00 PM - 20:45 PM

Tech moves fast and builds an expectation of constant innovation. We tell people that they have to constantly keep up with evolutions in the threat landscape. But there's still no magic cure. So are we innovating for the sake of innovation?

PrivSec Global will explore the purpose and meaning behind cyber technology—what existing tech is here to stay, and what's genuinely game-changing?

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Themes

Global Data Protection and Security Laws

Beyond Europe, data protection and security laws continue to develop fast, with comprehensive privacy laws and tough security regulations developing on practically every continent.

PrivSec Global will take a deep dive into some of the most interesting and impactful data protection and security frameworks developing across the world.

Security and Privacy Technology

Sometimes, it might feel like cybercriminals are always one step ahead. But security and privacy engineers are developing smart and innovative solutions that present the best chance we have of fighting back.

PrivSec Global will explore the exciting world of security and privacy tech, from AI-driven cyber-defences to privacy-enhancing technologies and post-quantum security.

Cyber Resilience

In cybersecurity, as in virtually every field, prevention is always better than cure. But in a landscape abundant with zero-day attacks and emerging threats, how can organisations protect themselves from the unknown?

PrivSec Global will explore how security professionals can ensure their systems are resilient and ready to resist even the most novel and aggressive security threats.

Security and the ‘Human’ Element

Your employees are your strongest asset in the fight against cybercrime. But as the majority of security incidents begin with human error, employees can also be your “weakest link.”

PrivSec Global will explore the human element of cybersecurity, with sessions on incidents like phishing, insider threats, and human error.

Navigating Digital Ethics

From preventing discrimination in AI to minimising data collection, privacy professionals deal with a range of increasingly complex ethical issues.

PrivSec Global will investigate data protection’s most difficult questions, helping you navigate the digital moral landscape in a way that helps meet your company’s goals while respecting all stakeholders’ rights.

Digital Regulation: Beyond Privacy and Security

Privacy and security constitute a crucial part of most organisations’ compliance efforts. But many online and data-driven companies must also consider a host of other rules and regulations.

From the UK’s Online Safety Bill to the EU’s Data Governance Act, PrivSec Global will provide in-depth explorations of they that helps meet your company’s goals while respecting all stakeholders’ rights. whole range of digital regulations that could affect your business.

Cloud Modernisation

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The Intersection of Privacy and Security

With data protection teams routinely dealing with technical issues like supplementary measures for international transfers and privacy-enhancing technologies, the overlap between privacy and security is clearer than ever.

PrivSec has always been a space where privacy and security meet. This edition of PrivSec Global will explore and celebrate the commonalities between the two disciplines, and consider how privacy and security professionals can learn from one another.