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.
Many organisations transfer personal data across borders to both EU and non-EU recipients. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) imposes strict rules about how such data should be transferred, and applies to many unsuspecting non-EU organisations.
Join Tim Hickman, GDPR Expert at White & Case LLP and Richard Hibbert, SureCloud CEO, to get the legal perspective on personal data transfers under the GDPR, and practical guidance on how this issue affects your business.
In this webinar we will:
Explain what constitutes a data transfer (you may be surprised).
Identify the different types of data transfer (e.g., internal transfers within a corporate group; external transfers to service providers; etc.) and examine the implications for businesses.
Examine the pros and cons of each data transfer mechanism (example consent, adequacy, Model Clauses, Binding Corporate Rules, etc.).
Provide hints and tips on how organisations can prepare for data transfers under the EU GDPR.
Charles Hepworth will share his views on the outcome of the EU Referendum, assessing the likely impact on the markets and explaining how it will inform asset allocation decisions within GAM Model Portfolios.Read more >
Join us for an exclusive episode of Schroders Live to discuss the outcome on the EU Referendum and the potential implications on the UK and European Markets.
We will have a special guest host joined on the panel by Schroders’ European Economist, UK and European Fund Managers.
Policymakers have played an increasing role in the direction of investment markets over recent years and with a host of activity on the horizon, 2016 looks set to be no different.
Arguably the most significant of these for UK pension schemes is the upcoming vote on whether the UK should remain part of the European Union (EU).
Rather than speculating on the results of the vote, our interactive webinar on Thursday, 19 May will offer practical guidance on the issues schemes should be considering.
With uncertainty comes opportunity but also risk; this is the perfect opportunity to pose your questions to our investment expert, Matt Tickle, who will drill down to the areas that concern you.
The Safe Harbor agreement allowed American and European countries to share personal data. This agreement is now invalid and a new one has taken its place. This not only impacts the ways companies conduct business and make their IT decisions, but also how they set up their data protection infrastructures.
This webinar will present:
• New proposed regulations
• Business implications
• A solution to stay compliant and avoid penalties
Join (ISC)² and Gemalto in this webinar to find out what you should know about the Safe Harbour agreement, how its invalidation impacts you and how to be compliant with the new EU regulation framework.
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.
Please note that the information provided with this video panel, concerning technical legal or professional subject matters is for general awareness only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Always consult a qualified lawyer on any specific legal problem or matter. Palo Alto Networks assumes no responsibility and disclaims all liability in respect of such information.
Hear Orrick partner Aravind Swaminathan speak on "Europe's New NIS Directive & Data Protection Regulations: Preparing for Cyber & Data Security Obligations," in this on-demand webinar hosted by NYSE & Palo Alto Networks.
Together, panelists joined by Korn Ferry partner Louisa Perry, will discuss:
• What the EU is trying to achieve with these laws— what do they want companies to do differently?
• Who do the laws cover, when will they come into effect, and what are their security-related obligations?
• How should companies, including those doing business transatlantically, prepare for their oncoming obligations? What strategies should be in place? What have other international companies done to prepare and communicate?
• What might be the legal consequences of non-compliance?
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 >
There has significant media coverage on the Network Information Security Directive and the revision to the General Data Protection Regulation, in this session we will cover the realities. When do they come into effect, what are the key aspected you should be aware of and more critically how will they impact your cyber security strategies. This session will give you a practical insight to ensure your cyber strategy is aligned with the new legislation.Read more >
Doing business in the European Union is changing. By May 2018, companies must comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) data breach notification requirements and the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive’s security incident notification requirements.
Notification requirements make it imperative to prevent incidents before they happen. To help you prepare for these new requirements, Palo Alto Networks is hosting a webinar with cybersecurity and data privacy lawyers from Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe to discuss:
· What are the requirements and the deadlines under each law?
· What are the thresholds for notification, and who needs to be notified?
· How should companies prepare for their oncoming obligations? What strategies should be in place? What have other international companies done to prepare and communicate?
· What might be the legal consequences of non-compliance?
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.