Most companies are years into their privacy programs, but still haven’t figured out part of the essentials: how to accurately measure the success and impact of the privacy team’s work.
As a privacy professional, communicating your value to management is hard if your metrics aren’t aligned with the work you’re putting in every day.
Join our panel of experts to find out how you can:
-Identify which metrics are right for your privacy program
-Set expectations and translate privacy metrics for your board
Egil Bergenlind is the founder of DPOrganizer, a privacy management company based in Sweden. Bergenlind got the idea for DPOrganizer when he was working as a DPO and Chief Compliance Officer at iZettle, a financial technology company. Since launching DPOrganizer, the company has gained customers in 20 countries and has been featured in Wired as one of Europe’s hottest startups. Bergenlind holds an LLM from Uppsala University and also received the ”Legal Innovator of the Year” award in 2016 from industry media site Legaltech.
Director, Governance Essentials Limited
Tim Rodgers is an experienced and dedicated Information Management and Governance professional with a strong corporate focus. Robust dealing with all stakeholders in a regulatory environment. Respected as a point of reference, senior manager and strategist. An enthusiastic and confident trainer and communicator, able to relate to all levels of an organisation, with a desire to promote the reputation of their service through continued excellence.
Chief Privacy & Data Protection Officer, GVC Holdings
Andreas Klug is Chief Privacy and Group Data Protection Officer at GVC. Prior to this he held similar positions at Worldpay, MasterCard (Global Processing business) and Colt Technology Services. Klug also spent more than 12 years as a lawyer in private practice including with international law firms Steptoe & Johnson and Eversheds, where he often managed teams and counselled multinational technology and communications companies on cross-border transactions and global data privacy compliance programmes.
Title: Defining Privacy Success (and the struggle to measure it)
Date: Thursday 15th October
Time: 12.00 British Summer Time
Duration: 1 hour
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