9am PST / 1pm EST / 5pm BST
Wednesday March 31, 2021
Dominique Shelton Leipzig, Partner and co-chair of the Privacy & Data Management Board at Perkins Coie, and International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) board member
Arthur Mainja, Senior Manager at KPMG and Chairman of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum (CIISF)
Stewart Room, Global Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cyber Security at DWF Law and President of the National Association of DPOs
Mark Herridge, Chief Information Security Officer, Calligo
Adam Ryan, Chief Services Officer, Calligo
Your cloud environment sets the tone for how your data is treated.
But it has never been harder for your data to be treated continuously safely.
More disparate workforces, probably permanently
More security risks as cybercriminals take advantage of the dissolved network perimeter
More chance of accidental breaches working from home
More data privacy legislation being passed
More consumer sensitivity over how personal data is used
More regulator scrutiny
More regulators keen to hold individual board members to account, not just the business
Tackling all of these threats, and others besides, requires Data Safety.
Not just data security – which is where the bulk of attention is usually paid – but equally ensuring continuous adherence to data privacy obligations, compliance with industry regulations and good governance.
This combination alone makes your data ‘safe to use’ – which is a necessity for the agility and innovation that 2021 calls for.
And so data safety must be built into your cloud environment, else every data interaction risks being a threat.
This webinar, presented by Calligo and members of the wider data security, privacy and governance industries, will:
Explain the concept of Data Safety
Identify the key questions CEOs need to ask of their Data Safety leadership team
Show how these questions should manifest in the design of your cloud environment
Using real-world examples, show the commercial contribution of data safety to the bottom line