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Join privacy experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and OneTrust as they discuss the evolving privacy landscape and how businesses can navigate it successfully, as well as share guidance on how to evolve privacy programs to become embedded in corporate culture and technology.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will explain why security awareness alone, is not enough, and how organizations can improve privacy in the cloud by using technologies such as PAM and CIEM. He will also discuss the importance of being aware all privacy and compliance laws, and the benefits of adopting a Zero Trust approach to security.
Sam Gillespie, Senior Solutions Engineer at OneTrust will explain how to build proactive privacy programs based on global best practices. He will also talk about integrating privacy and data governance initiatives, demonstrating transparency, and enabling trusted data use.
Data is widely recognized as the lifeblood of the modern enterprise. However, the exponential rate at which it is being generated means that it is crucial that organizations have the capability to manage it effectively to ensure its confidentiality, integrity, and availability. These requirements are instantly recognizable as the three principles of information security, which means that in the modern business context, data and security are inextricably linked. But businesses can only use and protect the data they know about, which is why Data Catalogs are becoming increasingly important in the context of optimizing the value of business data.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will look at the emerging role of Data Catalogs for a variety of use cases, with specific emphasis on Data Governance and Data Privacy. He will list and explain core capabilities he expects to see in such solutions, and will talk about the trends in the market. Sam Gillespie, Data Governance Offering Manager at OneTrust will explain the business benefits of trust in data, how to achieve that, and how to use it to build an enduring relationship with consumers. He will also discuss why strong collaboration between data, privacy, marketing, and ethics teams is essential to building trustworthy data-driven practices.
Protecting user privacy has become much more complicated as of late. Organizations must optimize consent rates while ensuring compliance with ever-changing global regulations and frameworks. They must look critically at their own processes to identify gaps or failures to meet privacy regulations. And organizations must find ways to effectively manage consumer requests, meticulously document processing activities and data transfers, and stay on top of a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape. Challenging, yes. But absolutely necessary.