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International Data Transfers: Your Biggest Unresolved Privacy Risk?
Transferring personal data out of “adequate” GDPR jurisdictions is arguably the most complex and time-consuming problem in data protection, particularly since the invalidation of the “Privacy Shield” framework in June 2020.
Even with fresh guidance from the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and a new sets of standard contractual clauses, many unanswered questions remain.
There has been a flurry of regulatory activity against controllers using common tools like Google Analytics, Zoom and Stripe.This means hundreds of thousands of companies are potentially exposed to the risk of enforcement action.
PrivSec Risk In Focus will speak to experts on data transfers and senior data protection professionals to discuss the steps your organisation should be taking to mitigate the risk of unlawful data transfers under the GDPR.
Creating an Insider Threat Programme
Much of the work of security professionals focuses on securing an organisation’s perimeter and keeping malicious actors out.
But whether through maliciousness or negligence, insider threats are a common cause of data breaches and security risk.
PrivSec Risk in Focus will take an in-depth look at how leading organisations manage the risk from insider threats—and how you can build an effective and systematic insider threat programme.
Improving Organisational Resilience
Organisations worldwide have navigated some extremely difficult waters over the past few years, with the pandemic showing just how quickly and dramatically organisational risk can change.
But while many companies have failed, others have come out stronger—and with a renewed appreciation for the importance of organisational resilience.
PrivSec Risk in Focus will consider the best practices for managing overall organisational resilience and ask risk management experts what they’ve learned from the past few chaotic years.
Intelligently investigate and take action on insider risks with Microsoft
Detecting insider risks is crucial to your security, especially as organizations are weathering corporate change in 2022. These workplace evolutions include the Great Reshuffle, an ongoing shift to hybrid or remote work, and continued growth digital collaboration and communication.
In this session, Microsoft’s Talhah Mir will be sharing the importance of understanding data activity in your organization, establishing inside risk standards and policies, and investigating high-risk users, and how to do this with Insider Risk Management in Microsoft 365.
Third-Party Due Diligence: How Deep Should You Dig?
Conducting due diligence on prospective third-party providers is a vital part of ensuring compliance and lowering risk exposure.
The due diligence process can be resource-intensive, but getting this crucial part of third-party risk management wrong can be disastrous for your business and its stakeholders.
PrivSec Risk In Focus will explore best-practice tips to help systematise and prioritise your company’s third-party due diligence process.
Artificial Intelligence As a Risk Vector
Forget Terminator 2 or The Matrix: The real AI risks today lie in discrimination, bias and automated errors—together with the lawsuits, enforcement action and reputational damage that could result.
Automated AI systems are driving efficiency and effectiveness in millions of businesses. But regulators are drawing up new rules on automated decision-making, and the public is increasingly aware of the inherent bias that machine-learning systems can exhibit.
PrivSec Risk in Focus will consider the main risks presented by AI systems and explore best-practice tips to mitigate them.
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