Getting Ready for the New European Privacy Regulation (GDPR) - I

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 10, 2017     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  AMMERSEE I
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GDPR will have a massive effect on how we (anybody who wants to make business in Europe) deal with personally identifiable information (PII). First and foremost, the GDPR give individuals new rights to gain control over the way their data is used, like the right to be forgotten and the right demand data portability. Is your company´s business- and data model capable to comply with these new privacy rights? If not, GDPR as well provides a combination of easy access to court for individuals fighting for their rights and fines that really hurt. In this track, we will talk about getting ready for the new era of privacy:

  • Obtaining and managing consent
  • Privacy Impact Assessments: Understanding and managing the risk related to the management of PII
  • Privacy by Design & by Default as a backbone of the new regulation: What does it mean for your data models, apps, services and infrastructure?
  • Preparing for the public communication disaster: Breach disclosure reporting requirements and how to deal with them

Sessions:

Executive Brief: Introducing the EU-General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 11:00-12:00

Executive Brief: Introducing the EU-General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Dr. Karsten Kinast, KuppingerCole

In January 2016, the European Commission had passed the GDPR, which will take effect in May 2018. One of the main purposes is to harmonize European Data Protection law. The new regulation will automatically take effect, without any need for ratification by local governments. The impact of the GDPR will be strong and it is time now to define a "roadmap for compliance".  In this talk, KuppingerCole´s Legal Analyst Dr. Karsten Kinast, LL.M will explain the core components of GDPR and...

How to Meet the EU General Data Protection Regulation Processor and Cloud Requirements
Harvey Nusz, Privacy & Security Expert

The EU GDPR presents several stringent requirements for processors, especially in a cloud environment. Those requirements include identifying the categories of privacy data, the risks and the controls, and the audit capability. This keynote will include a discussion of how to prepare for this, and a discussion of the current NIST research into an audit language that can be utilized by cloud providers that is being planned to meet the audit requirements. Key Takeaways: An...

Turning GDPR Compliance into a Competitional Advantage Through Customer Identity Management (CIAM)

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 12:00-13:00

Turning GDPR Compliance into a Competitional Advantage Through Customer Identity Management (CIAM)
Mike Small, KuppingerCole • Eve Maler, ForgeRock • Maarten Stultjens, iWelcome • Allan Foster, ForgeRock • Jason Rose, Gigya • Mayur Upadhyaya, Janrain • Markus Krauss, Cisco Cybersecurity Germany

In looking at the upcoming EU Privacy Regulation (General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR), we need to not only understand its impact on our businesses and find our best path to compliance, but also find out how we can reach beyond pure compliance thinking, capturing the business opportunities coming along with implementing GDPR into our business models, processes, policies and tools. And, btw., GDPR is relevant not only for EU companies, but also for any organization dealing with...

Consent Lifecycle Management
Allan Foster, ForgeRock

Digital identity is now an essential element for our interactions online, bringing with it all the social complications and new norms describing how these new relationships should work. A lot of attention has been garnered by Content and Privacy, although largely as an expression of desire, and a sense of personal invasion, than as a technical enabler. With the rise of GDPR from the EU, and PIPEDA in Canada along with regulations requiring open data, like PSD2 there is a veritable...

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