Coming to Dublin’s Convention Centre on 23rd and 24th September 2019, PrivSec Dublin is an exclusive two-day conference that delves into the connection between cyber-security and data privacy.
Key industry topics will be presented and explored for the event’s attendees, enabling stakeholders to build knowledge and share ideas surrounding solutions that drive lawful data processing in the GDPR era.
Higher standards for stronger privacy rights
New legislative frameworks such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation are helping EU residents to get more control over their personal data, and have more say in how their data is used.
The progression has put new pressures on businesses that are already strained as they bid to push forward with digital transformation programmes. However, as Enza Iannopollo senior Forrester analyst, states, bosses need to equip themselves with the right knowledge about compliance if they are to drive growth and remain competitive.
“Knowledge about regulatory requirements is not only critical to evolve and execute compliance programs in response to regulators’ demands, but it is also essential to provide the conditions of certainty and continuity that business innovation needs to flourish,” senior Forrester analyst Iannpollo says.
“Even more importantly, [such action is needed] to be ready to meet and exceed the privacy rights and fast-growing expectations of customers worldwide,” he adds.
Innovation, competition and compliance at PrivSec Dublin
Business continuity will be at the heart of a talk given by Bernard Swierczyna to audiences at PrivSec Dublin. Within his presentation, the CISO at First Ireland Risk Management will also be exploring disaster recovery strategy – an essential part of corporate process should the worst happen.
In addition to his post at First Ireland Risk Management, Bernard Swierczyna is an independent insurance and financial services broker in Ireland, and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), leveraging more than 15 years’ experience in information and data security and over 20 years’ experience in IT.
Previously Bernard worked for large multinationals, small companies and start-ups in Europe and North America. He has always operated in security, from analysing application, system and firewall logs through to configuring firewalls, NAC and designing security architecture and setting security strategy.
Also speaking at PrivSec Dublin
- Max Schrems, data privacy activist and Founder of NOYB
- Paul C Dwyer, Chief Executive Officer at Cyber Risk International
- Rowenna Fielding, Senior Data Protection Lead at Protecture
- Zoe Rose, Ethical Hacker, Cyber Security Consultant, Baringa Partners
- Jacky Fox, Managing Director, Ireland Lead, Accenture Security
Progression and innovation within data protection and cyber-security
Designed for a global audience of senior decision-makers and privacy specialists, PrivSec Dublin’s keynote talks and panel discussions with industry experts will give delegates the knowledge and tools they need to advance compliance programmes.
PrivSec Dublin details
Where: The Convention Centre, Dublin
Date: 23rd & 24th September
Register your place for free today!
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