As we approach the inaugural Data Protection World Forum, stakeholders can get an informed approach to every data security challenge with Data Protection Magazine (DPM).
Online and available to read now, the second issue of DPM once again sees industry-leading authorities give their views on the data protection landscape of today.
Featuring analysis on the topics that are shaping how global business understands compliance to the latest data security legislation, Data Protection Magazine brings you comment from the specialists.
Rob van Straten discusses the essential role that people play in data protection. The Executive VP for EMEA & APAC for SAI Global explains why education lies at the heart of the strongest response to data security demands in the modern global marketplace:
“We need to re-think our approach to the engagement tactics we use in our training and communications in order to foster and drive a more compliant-driven culture,” Rob says.
Sir Rob Wainwright, former Director of Europol, sheds light on the ongoing struggles that authorities have in exposing criminals on the dark web, while cyber-crime expert, Charlie McMurdie paints a picture of an altogether more sophisticated would-be criminal in our digital domain.
An interview with independent data ethics advisor, Pernille Tranberg, finds that the former investigative journalist uses Facebook, but only through use of a pseudonym. Should we be doing the same?
Data Protection Magazine editor, Michael Baxter examines the ongoing battle to reconcile the GDPR with revolutionary technologies such as blockchain.
Every angle covered
Data Protection Magazine is also packed full of insight and advice to all business leaders searching for more guidance on compliant business growth.
Data Protection World Forum
Available to read online now, Data Protection Magazine arrives in the run-up to Data Protection World Forum, an exclusive conference that unites business leaders’ data security concerns under one roof.
Coming to the London’s Excel arena on November 20th and 21st, Data Protection World Forum s created to help organisations get traction on the very latest legislative developments in data security.
Besides keynotes talks and panel discussions, delegates will have the chance to put their own questions to the specialists to become part of a wider debate on how to improve data handling practices and prepare for compliant business growth.
Tickets are now available to this exclusive conference which will see engaging presentations and panel discussions delivered across multiple forums including:
- The Keynote Conference sponsored by OneTrust
- Governance Risk & Compliance Seminar
- The Public Sector Seminar
Coming to London’s ExCeL on 20th and 21st November, this industry-leading event unites all data concerns under one roof. The voices that matter will be offering analysis, guidance and insight into cultures and practices that make or break business in the digital era.
Book your place today.
The inaugural Data Protection World Forum (DPWF) will be held on November 20th & 21st 2018 at the ExCeL London which will provide a broader focus across the data protection and privacy space amidst the progressive tightening of global data protection laws.
Ahead of the end of year event, DPWF has launched a series of intensive workshops.
Further information on the DPWF and workshop details are available at: https://www.dataprotectionworldforum.com/