Adrian Davis, Jeremy King, Andrew Barrett, Chris Strand
Organisations apply many cybersecurity controls to help measure and maintain data security and regulatory compliance. Several are purposeful and list requirements that are subjective in how to employ them and how to meet their unique business risk strategy. This can often make it difficult to create a baseline security control strategy that will meet new regulations as they are introduced.
In this session, the expert panel will discuss specific security controls that can be used to provide clarity, and measure for any data security and protection programme including the GDPR. Considerable focus and examples will be drawn from prescriptive data security standards such as the PCI DSS, (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), and how leveraging such standards can help to create a security control strategy to meet and measure continuous data security compliance.
Webinar attendees will take away many practical examples, solutions, and anecdotes on how their businesses can alleviate the pressures of employing the right security controls to protect GDPR-defined data, meet compliance and prove security control efficacy.
Jeremy King, International Director, PCI Security Standards Council
Andrew Barrett, International / Managing Principal Application validation, Coalfire
Christopher Strand, Sr. Director Compliance Strategy, Carbon Black
Moderator: Adrian Davis, Managing Director, (ISC)² EMEA
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