The European Commission announced that progress on 'EU Data Protection reform (is) now irreversible' - but what will this mean for the millions of organisations that reside in and do business within the European Union?
•This webinar will provide some insights on the much debated regulation and what you should be doing to protect personally identifiable information that you are the custodian of.
•We will highlight potential pain points as well as show you how you can better prepare, using real world data breaches from our own investigations and by providing practical guidance for you on how to store, process or transmit personally identifiable information.
Palo Alto Network’s Greg Day, VP and Chief Security Officer for EMEA, is joined by industry experts like IDC for a live panel discussion on the impact of the upcoming EU Regulations. Our panelists will address several topics including the New Data Protection Regulation Reform and how public and private organisations need to be “state of the art” in terms of technical and organizational measures to manage their risks.Read more >
Watch the keynote lecture by Reuven Harrison, CTO, Tufin at CPX EU 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Disruptive technologies can have massive and rapid global impact. The talk “Security Policy Orchestration across Heterogeneous Networks & Hybrid Clouds” covers disruptive trends in network security (network-centric security, server virtualization and application awareness) and modern IT (virtualization, SDN, Cloud), as well as cyber threats and other challenges. The business drivers for these technologies are also examined. How can we take advantage of IT disruption to improve security? Security Policy Orchestration accomplishes this in several steps: 1) gain visibility across heterogeneous environments 2) centralize management and enforce a Unified Security Policy across all platforms and 3) automate management of network security policies. This video includes demo clips using Tufin Orchestration Suite, which is integrated with R80.Read more >
This webinar shows you how to combat the new EU Data Regulation (EUDR), which is due in 2015 and enforceable 2 years later (with huge fines if you break the rules).
The EUDR changes direct selling from a broadly opt-out system to an opt-in rule. You’ll need ‘explicit consent’ from each individual to collect, store and use their personal data for sales & marketing. This includes contact details such as phone number, email address and even job title.
The webinar discusses the main points of the new legislation and how they could affect your organisation. Plus we’ll tell you how to ensure your ability to sell survives after the EUDR and reveal unique research on marketing opt-in.
Supplementary protection is vital for patent owners in the pharmaceutical and related industries, but Europe’s SPC regime has thrown up many challenging questions. Specialists from IP law firm Marks & Clerk and from industry will discuss the latest cases and the issues addressed in this one-hour webinarRead more >
The European Union’s proposed General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has left even the most informed confused.
Attend Mike Smart’s panel session to hear from Sian John, Symantec’s Chief Strategist and Tamzin Matthew, Symantec’s Director of Legal introduce this new legislation.
This webinar will cover 3 topics of discussion; Scope of the new regulation, roles and responsibilities of those involved in data privacy and how implementing ‘Privacy by Design’ will minimize the impact of the GDPR.
The cost implications of environmental legal framework remain increasingly acute for global steelmakers in the light of tightening regulations. EU steel industry was the first to face additional legally imposed costs.
In 2016, EU carbon market is forecasted to turn into deficit for first time because of reduction in the number of free allocations. Coupled with sliding steel prices amid exuberant cheaper steel supply from China, it is expected to result in EU steel makers potentially struggling to absorb the new costs in the light of thinning margins.
In this webcast Roman Kucinskij, consultant with Metal Bulletin Consultancy will address:
•The development of CO2 emissions and carbon intensity for steel making sector
• What is the estimated cost impact of the environmental regulations for EU steel sector?
• Which are the most environmentally savvy steelmakers in the EU?
The EU General Data Protection Regulation will soon become law and will come into force in 2018, so organisations need to start working on their compliance. With many hurdles to overcome, not least of which is managing your data in the cloud, will two years be enough time to get your house in order? We'll explain the key points of the GDPR and how Netskope can help you to control and protect your data in the cloud.Read more >
When you’re the Chief Privacy Officer of a company as large as Unilever and the EU is threatening fines of up to 5% of turnover if you don’t meet the rules of the new General Data Protection Regulation then you need to make it your business to understand the rules inside and out! Needless to say Steve has spent over a year getting to know the implications of the regulation on a company the size of Unilever and will impart his pearls of wisdom in this webinar so that CISO/CIOs and other IT security experts can understand how the regulation will impact on their business when it’s introduced next year and will offer 5 key actions that need to be taken to make sure you are complying with the new privacy laws.
Steve believes that big data (governance), cyber security and privacy are all inextricably linked as they share common objectives and principles, and therefore, require satisfactory safeguards and assurances. From a business perspective, this can be achieved by building ‘data trust and assurance’ programmes based on the fundamental principles of transparency, accountability, protection, integrity, confidentially and availability, accompanied by clear policies and delivered through comprehensive training, integrated procedures and a robust compliance regime.
This is where Steve’s role as Chief Privacy Officer at Unilever is particularly relevant because Unilever’s digital ambition, to connect with one billion consumers around the world, pushes the boundaries of functionality, connectivity and personalisation. Steve’s role is to work collaboratively and integrally with the business, to help steer and shape the digital conversation and leverage the power of data analytics, while also ensuring that the business remains compliant with laws around the world but still competitive, and acts in a moral and ethical way in relation to the rights of the individual.
Join us at Silverpop, the IMRG, an expert panel and your peers for a deep dive look into the new Directive, with tips on how you can risk assess your marketing and put steps in place to comply.
The EU Privacy Directive comes into force in the UK on 25 May; it mandates that all companies marketing into the UK need to obtain consent from visitors to their websites in order to store and retrieve usage information from users’ computers...
This enforcement has wide reaching consequences for any business using web tracking and cookies, and the potential to impact marketing departments across the globe.
An analysis of Silverpop’s own marketing shows it affects everything from lead generation, to email nurturing, through to our website analytics and even customer marketing.
So how can we as online facing organisations, balance the need to comply with the law, our business needs, and of course the visitor experience?
An overview of aircraft operator obligations for the 2015 scheme year and guide to reporting and surrender requirements.Read more >
SCHEDULED TIME Suomi/Finland : 19 syyskuuta, 9.30 EEST
Valmistautuminen uuteen sääntelyyn on jo käynnissä ja yritysten tulee varmistaa toimintavalmiutensa tietoturvaloukkaustilanteiden varalta. Yrityksen johdon ja tietoturvasta vastaavien henkilöiden tulee myös varmistaa yrityksen kyvykkyys ja valmius uudistukseen tarkistamalla, että henkilötietojen käsittely on voimassa olevan lain tasolla.
Ilmoitusvelvollisuus tietoturvaloukkauksista laajenee: jatkossa rekisterinpitäjän tulee ilmoittaa henkilötietojen tietoturvaloukkauksista valvontaviranomaisille. Tietosuojavelvoitteiden laiminlyönneistä voidaan määrätä taloudellisia sanktioita. Seuraamukset voivat olla enimmillään miljoona euroa tai 2 % yrityksen liikevaihdosta.
Yritysten ja organisaatioiden liiketoiminta on entistä riippuvaisempaa tietoverkoista ja kehittyvistä viestintävälineistä. Tämän vuoksi tietoturvasta on pidettävä hyvää huolta, myös tietoturvavelvoitteiden ja henkilötietojen osalta.
Dr James Ley, MBR’s leading tube and pipe consultant, will be discussing this year’s outlook for European tube and pipe markets.
He will be covering:
- Historical supply/demand analysis of the EU HSS, mechanical and drawn markets (seamless and welded)
- Overcapacity – how is the European industry responding to this, if at all?
- The currency fluctuations and the resulting consequences on imports into the EU for all industrial tube markets in 2015
- How does MBR expect prices of these tubular products to develop in the next half year?
Guidance to achieving compliance with new EU regulations
With the EU Regulation 611/2013 for ISP/TelCo operators coming into force, the European regulatory framework is giving more precise guidance on the required security measures. The key objective of the EU Regulation is to limit data breaches and incidents.
Measures that limit data breaches and incidents are central to the EU regulations, when applied correctly by an organizations security teams.
Encryption is the most important recommended measure to achieve compliance and allows the data to become unintelligible. With Encryption organisations can reduce the residual privacy risks to a negligible level.
Extended EU regulations with a wider target are expected: The new EU Data Protection Regulation and the Directive on Networks & Information Security (NIS) are both pending EU final approval to come into force.
Attend this webinar and discover how to keep your customers data safe and reduce the risk of having to notify a data breach to your customers under the new EU regulations.
This webcast will consist of a short presentation followed by a panel discussion with a range of subject matter experts.
New EU data protection legislation includes some significant changes like defining a data breach to include data destruction, adding the right to be forgotten, adopting the U.S. practice of breach notifications, and many other new elements. Another major change is a shift from a directive to a rule, which means the protections are the same for all 27 countries and includes significant financial penalties for infractions. This webcast will explore the new EU data protection legislation and highlight the elements that could have significant impacts on data handling practices.
Challenges and Opportunities with the new EU privacy regulation – Dennis Dayman and DemandGen Experts weigh in.
Are you concern with the added amendment to the EU privacy directive? Join an interactive interview with Dennis Dayman, Chief Privacy and Security Officer at Eloqua and Reinhard Janning, CEO Europe at DemandGen as they cover the following questions:
- How should marketers prepare to comply with these new regulations?
- What tools will marketer need to keep up with these changes?
- How will these regulations impact marketing programs immediately?
Register now for live a WebCast on Wednesday, June 29th. Dayman and Janning will share tactical advice on how to execute against these new standards.
Since the financial crisis, regulators have been working to address the perceived gaps in OTC derivatives regulation. They have focussed on improving the transparency and safety of the market through centralised clearing and transaction reporting.
But many important details remain to be clarified. And as the European Parliament deliberates on the proposals, more amendments are expected before its introduction by the end of 2012.
This web seminar, in association with Morrison & Foerster will consider the proposals, including comparing them with relevant provisions of the recent Dodd-Frank legislation in the US and assess their likely impact on the OTC derivatives market in the EU and internationally.
· Elizabeth Fournier, IFLR
· Janet Wood, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
· Peter Green, Morrison & Foerster
· Jeremy Jennings-Mares, Morrison & Foerster