It’s 2017 and the GDPR time bomb looms large. Is your organization’s GDPR compliance journey sitting stagnant while precious time ticks away? If so, get your skates on!!
Amid the hype, what data protection practitioners need more than anything else is a real-world approach to the GDPR’s requirements, enabling them to devise and execute an implementation plan that will see their organization achieve GDPR compliance by the May 25, 2018 deadline.
Join us for this educational web conference, and we’ll provide you with practical guidance covering the phases and activities that make up a GDPR implementation plan and offer suggestions for overcoming the major compliance hurdles that all organizations will face.
Where do I get a playbook for my GDPR project? What level of training do I need to provide for my staff? Which article of the GDPR regulation should I prioritize? What policies do I need for GDPR compliance?
These are questions we hear repeatedly during the "GDPR for Dummies" roadshow. Join us for this educational webinar, as we host co-author of the GDPR for Dummies Guide, Shane Fuller, who will be joined by cybersecurity thought leader, Robert O’Brien. Together they'll summarize practical approaches to implementing the GDPR requirements within your organization and provide key tips on making your job a little bit easier. They've found that no two GDPR projects are the same, but people are trying to overcome similar organizational challenges. This educational web conference will provide a practical, common sense approach to dealing with the GDPR, and how that translates into action within your organization.
You'll learn about:
• Practical steps to implementing GDPR programs
• Getting buy-in from marketing, sales, operations and IT
• What the main elements of a GDPR program look like
• How risk can be a compass for your GDPR project
• Frequently asked questions from customer implementations
Robert O'Brien, CEO, MetaCompliance
Shane Fuller, FIP, CIPP/E, CIPM, CISSP, CISA, CRISC, Privacy Advisor & GDPR Specialist, Emvenci Business Services, Co-Author of the GDPR for Dummies Guide
Whatever SIEM solution you operate, it is highly likely that personal information is captured in the log data such as phone numbers, email addresses, cookies, RFID’s, geolocation and more. If it can identify an individual in combination with other data, you must ensure that you’re not in breach of the GDPR. To help give guidance on this, we have conducted detailed analysis on how you should treat your SIEM solution and log data under the GDPR. Join the webinar to:
•Learn the most relevant aspects of GDPR, to understand its impact on log management
•Understand the risk of processing and storing log data in the context of GDPR
•Discover your obligations and the precautions you can take to comply and maintain visibility
•Observe specific compliance guidance and relevant use cases for network and information security logs
The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, will come into force on 25 May 2018 and has spurred many questions for IT teams trying to get up to speed on what the new regulation will require and how to achieve compliance in the most efficient way.
Join this webcast with John McLeod, AlienVault's CISO, and Dan Stocker, Coalfire's Practice Director of Cloud & Tech, to walk through frequently asked questions and best practices for GDPR compliance. John and Dan have been immersed in GDPR compliance efforts over the last several months and can share what they have learned, and answer your burning questions. The presenters will cover:
- What is GDPR and who is affected?
- How will GDPR impact organizations outside the EU?
- What is meant by personal data in the context of GDPR?
- What are some of the steps and effective tools you need to comply?
- What should your incident response plan look like in the event of a breach?
- What happens to companies that fail to comply?
We'll wrap up with a brief demo of the AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) platform to illustrate how AlienVault can help accelerate and simplify your path to compliance.
Principal Product Marketing Manager, AlienVault
Sacha has over 15 years of experience in technology and information security across product management, product marketing and business management roles at Microsoft, NetIQ, Gemalto and Schlumberger where he delivered solutions to address the IT security, identity and management space. Before joining AlienVault, he worked in the office of the EVP for Cloud and Enterprise business at Microsoft. Originally from the UK, Sacha is based in Austin TX and holds a Masters in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University.
This webinar will cover a number of key topics including:
- GDPR – a brief refresher, the citizen perspective and scope
- Learning from past compliance journeys in similar regulations
- GDPR and considerations for data security
- Mapping SecureData to GDPR
- Sample use cases – mobility, big data, cloud and enterprise
- Where do I start?
Question and answers
GDPR antaa rekisteröityneille laajat tietosuojaoikeudet. Rekisterin pitäjän tulee yhdessä tietojen prosessoijan kanssa toteuttaa asianmukaiset toimenpiteet oikeuksien toteuttamiseksi, sekä tehdä niiden käyttämisestä mahdollisimman helppoa. Rekisterin pitäjälle GDPR tuo mukanaan tarkat rekisterinpitovaatimukset, joihin liittyy muun muassa vastausaika rekisteröityneelle, henkilöllisyyden varmistaminen sekä suojattu viestinvaihto.
Webinaarissa käsitellään, miten organisaatiot saavat etumatkaa kiristyvien tietosuojaoikeuksien hallinnassa käyttäen apuna tietosuojaohjelmistojen tarjoamaa automatiikkaa pyyntöjen vastaanottamissa, prosessoinnissa sekä kommunikoinnissa rekisteröityjen kanssa.
Jan Nieminen (Account Executive, CIPP/E, OneTrust) is sales and marketing oriented cloud enthusiast. Jan is experienced with helping customers to understand the best solution for them. Jan sees future in cloud technologies and want to take everybody there along with him.
At Vision Critical, we believe that people matter and our products and services are focused on strengthening our customer’s relationships with the people that matter most to them.
Our philosophy on GDPR is that it represents an opportunity, rather than a threat. We want to explore how the new regulations will affect brands and consumers, and how brands can continue to engage with their customers using a permission-based model post-GDPR.
From May 2018, the new EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will require all Public Sector organisations to more effectively understand how they manage data on their citizens, contractors and staff. Citizens will have significantly more rights and powers on how their data is used and consumed, with large fines available for any breaches of the regulation.
Join this webinar to understand:
- What GDPR is and what it means to Public Sector bodies
- The potential impact of Brexit
- The range of data challenges and opportunities the new regulation will create
- What data capabilities agencies will need to consider
- Learn what best practice approaches commercial organisations are already taking to ensure timely compliance
Discover how GDPR applies to you and what steps you should take now to address GDPR concerns.
According to SAS, a leader in business analytics and intelligence, less than half of organizations fully understand the impact of GDPR and how their business can effectively address this new regulation.
Join security experts from Razor Technology and Layer 8 Security on Thursday, July 26th at 11am EST for a live webinar to discover how GDPR applies to you and what steps you should take now to address GDPR concerns. We’ll discuss:
-The big impact GDPR has on IT teams and their businesses
-The company practices that may trigger GDPR enforcement
-The five post-GDPR actions you need to take to build better infrastructure
GDPR is an EU regulation that comes into effect on the 25th of May 2018.
GDPR is designed to uphold the rights of the individual in terms of how their personal data is handled, stored and secured.
It also places greater responsibility on businesses to observe data security and related processes and practices.
Kaspersky Lab solutions help companies process personal data by offering effective measures to reduce the risks of a data breach, prevent security incidents and enhance visibility of the monitored infrastructure.
During the webinar, we’ll look at the following topics:
•What GDPR is - and isn’t - when it comes to cybersecurity.
•How cybersecurity fits into GDPR-aligned processes.
•The endpoint: a good starting point for the cybersecurity aspect of a data protection strategy.
•The role of storage and the impact of storage security.
•Guarding the bottlenecks: perimeter defenses to reduce the risks of human influence.
•Why data in the cloud requires special security.
•Forewarned is forearmed: the importance of cybersecurity essentials training.
•Understanding the risks: get more from your Data Protection Impact Assessments.
•Kaspersky Lab’s GDPR readiness.
Does your organization have a process in place for breach detection under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? Are you aware of what types of breaches must be reported within the 72hr notification period and the impact to the EU Data Subject?
With the enhanced data security and breach notification standards defined in the GDPR, many organizations are looking to build out an effective incident response strategy to meet the notification requirements.
Join us to learn about the GDPR breach notification procedures and uncover ways to help reduce the impact of a breach while improving your existing security process.
- What are the requirements for reporting a breach under the GDPR?
- How to leverage technology to identify a breach in real time.
- Preemptive steps you can to take now to ensure a breach does not trigger the notification requirement later.
Useissa yrityksissä on ongelmana ärsyttävät excelit ja wordit sekä muut dokumentit, joissa on mahdollisesti henkilöön liittyviä tietoja ja jotka ovat unohtuneet ajan saatossa, joita tallennetaan vain varmuuden vuoksi. Harvemmin tulee ajateltua, että nämä dokumentit ovat myös riski GDPR:n, eli EU:n tietosuoja-asetuksen kannalta. Miten löydetään nämä tiedot, jotka ovat olennaisia sekä nopeutetaan samalla tietopyyntöihin vastaamista että tehostetaan myös hakutoimintoja, takaamalla käyttäjälle samalla ajantasaiset tiedot? Tai miten vastataan tietosuoja-asetuksen vaatimukseen tiedon minimoinnista?
Kaikissa yrityksessä on tietoa, josta ei tiedetä sisältöä tai tarpeellisuutta: rakenteetonta tietoa, jota on kerääntynyt vuosien saatossa ilman päätöksiä ja vailla teknisiä toteutuksia datan hävittämiseen. Kerromme webinaarissamme millaisia ratkaisuja näiden tiedon löytämiseen ja läpikäymiseen sekä kuinka nopeutetaan asiakkaiden tietopyyntöihin vastaamista. Webinaari on suunnattu yrityksen tietohallinnasta vastaaville henkilöille.
uha Sallinen toimii GDPR Tech -yhtiössä konsulttina ja kouluttajana. Hän on taustaltaan nykyaikainen moniosaaja, jota GDPR:ssä oleviin vaatimuksiin tarvitaan. Menneet työtehtävät niin arkkitehtinä kuin myyntitehtävissä antavat riittävän laajan kokonaisnäkymän GDPR:ään ja käytännönläheiset työpajat GDPR:ssä pitävät hänet asiakasrajapinnassa tietoisena Pohjoismaiden ja Baltian GDPR-valmiustilasta.
Rosa-Maria Suorsa toimii Varoniksella Pohjoismaiden liiketoiminnan kehityksen parissa. Varonis on tietoturvaohjelmistoihin ja data-analytiikkaan erikoistunut yhtiö, joka auttaa asiakkaitaan ratkaisemaan muun muassa tiedon hallintaan ja klassifiointiin sekä uhkatekijöiden analysointiin liittyviä haasteita. Varonis auttaa yrityksiä tunnistamaan ja suojaamaan arkaluontoisen sekä henkilötietoja sisältävän datan, ja sitä kautta vastaamaan säädösten ja asetusten vaatimuksiin.
Learn the pragmatic and simple approach to deal with GDPR
Join Fred Streefland, senior product marketing manager at Palo Alto Networks and guest speaker Mark Child, managing director at Xcina Consulting, for an informative webinar about taking a pragmatic approach to the GDPR and compliance.
Attend this event to understand:
- New cybersecurity legislation and the main elements of the GDPR
- What’s in the GDPR and what’s not
- Security-specific recitals and articles
- The U.K. Data Protection Bill and modifications to the GDPR
- How Palo Alto Networks can help you become GDPR-compliant
We do hope you can join us for this exclusive webinar.
Ask a CISO what is keeping them awake at night and all too often, they will mention their organisation’s readiness for the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation. A recent survey showed that only a third of respondents are already compliant or on target to be compliant with the GDPR. But how has the GDPR earned its fearsome reputation?
Supporting this debate is Ardi Kolah, Executive Fellow and Director of the GDPR Transition Programme at Henley Business School who will be discussing the implications of GDPR for business, along with William Richmond-Coggan from Pitmans Law who will be addressing the legal implications of GDPR as well as the opportunities for your business.
The panel will be joined by Mandeep Sandhu, Compliance Technical Director for Carbon Black who will show how the security threat landscape could affect your business's GDPR compliance.
•What you need to do to approach the May 2018 GDPR deadline with confidence.
•How taking data security and privacy seriously is actually a great opportunity for your business
•The security threat landscape, and how current threats could affect GDPR compliance
Moderator: Adrian Davis, MD (ISC)² EMEA
Leveraging state of the art technology to help you find personal data, spot risky users, and respond to incidents
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets a new standard in data protection that will impact not just EU, but global organizations. With the GDPR start date quickly approaching, organizations face plural priorities; how to stay on top of their existing security program, while building – and implementing - a compliance strategy by May 2018.
The keys to success? First, ensuring you understand the data protection risks you face. Second, using state of the art technology to both reduce risk and free up your security team.
Join us on March 15th to learn how to leverage state of the art technology to build an efficient data protection risk management strategy.
During this session, you will learn:
-Why good risk management and data-centric protection go hand in hand
-How leading technology helps you discover, monitor and protect personal data, wherever it is
-Using data analytics to detect, quantify, and prioritize insider threats and outsider risks
-How to free up your security team by removing unnecessary alerts and distractions
Please join us, register today
GDPR and Beyond: The real Security and Data Life Cycle Management challenges posed and opportunities identified
This webinar covers key topics including:
-GDPR and why it matters
-Best practises framework for data privacy regulations – GDPR and others
-How to get Senior Management “on board”
-How to get started with GDPR infrastructure
-View of befits beyond GDPR
The GDPR, or General Data Privacy Regulation, will come into force on 25 May 2018 and requires organizations to maintain a plan to detect data breaches, regularly evaluate the effectiveness of security practices, and document evidence of compliance. If you don’t already have the required security tools and controls in place, your organization will need to start planning now to achieve compliance and mitigate the risk of high fines for failing to comply.
That's where AlienVault can help. In this webcast, AlienVault CISO John McLeod will provide insights into how AlienVault has approached the GDPR compliance process internally, along with how our Unified Security Management (USM) platform can help accelerate and simplify your path to compliance.
Join this webcast to learn:
- Best practices for approaching GDPR compliance
- How to assess your level of readiness and build your roadmap to compliance
- How a unified security toolset can both expedite and simplify this process
We'll also provide a brief demo of the USM platform to illustrate some of the technical controls you need in place TODAY for compliance.
AlienVault Principal Product Marketing Manager
Sacha joined AlienVault in Feb 2017, where he is responsible for the technical marketing of the AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) family of solutions. He brings multiple years of experience from product management, product marketing and business management roles at Microsoft, NetIQ, Gemalto and Schlumberger where he has delivered both SaaS-delivered and boxed-product solutions that address the IT security, identity and management space. Originally from the UK, Sacha is based in Austin, TX.
The deadline to comply with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation is May 25, 2018. Non-compliance could result in hefty fines to your company and impact your ability to do business in the EU. With calendar year budget planning now underway, this webinar will help you build the case to fund your GDPR project and gain alignment within your organization. You'll also get a demo of the Cloud-based SureCloud GDPR Suite. Deadline-driven demand will surely drive costs up so the time to act is now to secure both your funding and resources.Read more >
The date for being compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is getting closer. Many organisations are now seriously engaged in programs to ensure that they meet the new requirements and avoid the potential to incur large fines and brand embarrassment.
One of the key early steps is to create a baseline view of the Personal Data stored within your organization and mapping that to the applications that process it. If you have a packaged application from SAP, Oracle, Salesforce or Microsoft you probably already appreciate the difficulties involved in finding all the Personal Data locations.
ASG and Silwood Technology have combined to deliver a solution which will help you to complete this task quickly and accurately. Join us and learn how ASG and Silwood Technology can help you prepare for compliance with the GDPR.
This webcast will help privacy and security professionals answer these questions, and guide them through the key milestones they must achieve to meet the May 2018 deadline for GDPR compliance.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
1)Five requirements for GDRP success
2)How to establish a corporate culture within your organization that values data privacy
3)The role that data discovery and classification play in protecting sensitive personal data, both on premise as well as in the cloud
Indicazioni pratiche su come far evolvere la gestione del cyber risk
Il ripetersi di attacchi ransomware (WannaCry, Petya) che hanno colpito ultimamente anche i computer di importanti aziende italiane, mette in luce la necessità impellente di rivedere i programmi di ICT Security, comprendere meglio l’esposizione al Cyber Risk, impostare monitoraggi, intelligence e capacità di risposta immediata.
Anche il nuovo regolamento europeo per la Data Protection (GDPR) concorre a elevare la soglia di attenzione sul tema della protezione dei dati. Tradurre in pratica questo intento (come richiesto dagli articoli 33-34 e 84 del GDPR) significa agire valutando la propria postura di sicurezza, ma soprattutto sviluppando capacità di visibilità, analisi e risposta nei confronti degli attaccanti.
Il webinar CYBER CRIME, DATA BREACHES E GDPR organizzato da The Innovation Group in collaborazione con FireEye, il prossimo 19 settembre, partendo dalla presentazione dello stato dell’arte dell’evoluzione del cyber crime, la nuova generazione di ransomware, l’importanza di disporre di “prove digitali” propone alcune soluzioni pratiche per raggiungere una maturità operativa nella resilienza agli attacchi avanzati, in linea con gli standard più elevati.
The new GDPR requires businesses to report data breaches within 72 hours – how will you manage the process?
In a crisis, being organized and informed enough to provide an accurate notification to affected customers (or indeed regulators) is a difficult task on its own. When combined with a mandatory incident response processes – identifying the cause, containing and remediating the vulnerability, and determining the extent of the damage, it makes the situation a lot more difficult and time sensitive.
In this webinar we will tackle the importance of a having an effective and actionable incident response plan, and how to develop a crisis communications strategy that minimizes the impact of a data breach.
May 25 marked the dawn of a new age in consumer privacy. But what actually happened? Join us for a detailed Q&A to have your questions answered.Read more >
This session will cover GDPR from a users perspective, examining the trials and tribulations of working towards GDPR readiness.Read more >