BigID Webinar: PI Discovery and Privacy Automation for GDPR and CCPA

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Next up in the Data Protection World Forum webinar series, BigID presents “PI Discovery and Privacy Automation for GDPR and CCPA. 

Going live on Thursday June 27th, this exclusive webinar brings Bank of England GDPR Advisor, Steve Wright together with BigID Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Nimrod Vax, to debate new data privacy laws and how they affect the way businesses discover and handle personal data.

Pitfalls and opportunities

The global legislative landscape for data privacy law has changed dramatically in recent times, with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation setting new standards in data processing.

The GDPR’s influence has been felt around the world; from ASEAN nations to the US, regimes are looking to the GDPR as an example of new international standards in cyber security.

Due to be implemented on January 1st 2020, the California Consumer Protection Act is set to improve disclosure and transparency of data use for the state’s citizens.

Organsations of all sizes will have to amend their practices in order to avoid regulator action. But the CCPA and GDPR also present opportunities for better data management that can be used as a market differentiator at this time of regulatory flux.

Competitive edge through compliance

By tuning into the BigID webinar, viewers can discover how innovation and technology such as Machine Learning (ML) can help businesses power their compliance journeys to new data laws.

Steve Wright and Nimrod Vax will explore intelligent data mapping and how it provides the best foundation to putting data control back into consumers’ hands.

Knowing where data is stored, how it is processed and by whom are crucial to responding in a timely manner to Data Subject Access Requests (DSARS), and upholding fundamentals of modern data rights, such as the right to erasure.

Our speakers will also look at ML-based data discovery and how it can support access rights management workflows. Identity-centric correlation and the role it plays in solving privacy use cases will also go under the microscope.

Viewers will have the chance to put their questions to our experts in a Q&A session following the talk.

Introducing our speakers

Steve Wright, GDPR Advisor to the Bank of England

Steve is passionate about big data and all things digital. With more than 20 years’ experience, designing, developing, managing and delivering transformational data, governance, privacy and security programmes, Steve’s vast experience as a pragmatic and charismatic leader, ideally places him as a ‘trusted advisor’ at board level on all privacy and security related matters.

Steve is also a published author, a non-executive director and is regularly invited to speak at industry events, trade associations and thought leadership working groups, working towards continually finding new ways to increase trust and transparency in respect of consumer services, business functions and product vendors.

Nimrod Vax, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, BigID

Nimrod has over 15 years’ experience in enterprise security software and identity management serving in various capacities ranging from engineering, product and business management.

Prior to founding BigID, Nimrod served as VP Product Management, Product Line Manager for CA Identity Management product line and as an advisor to security startups in the area of identity management and user behavior analytics.

Nimrod holds a BSc. in Computer Science and a Masters of Business Administration with specialization in Marketing Management.

Webinar details

Title: PI Discovery and Privacy Automation for GDPR & CCPA

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019

Time: 15:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time

Duration: 1 hour

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