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Breakfast discussion on cybersecurity, data compliance and GDPR

9:00-11:00 Wed 24 May, 2017 AxiCom Office, 121-141 Westbourne Terrace, London W2 6JR Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar
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On Wednesday 24th May, SecureWorks, SonicWall and Collibra, will host a breakfast discussion, covering the most prominent concerns and latest developments ahead of the one year countdown to GDPR in Europe.

The session will begin with breakfast at 8:30am, followed by an hour-long panel session with leading EMEA GDPR experts on the most pressing aspects of data compliance, including:

Dennis Slattery (Host), Enterprise Data Management Works – Dennis is a consultant focused on data compliance and governance
Hadi Hosn, SecureWorks – Hadi will focus on strategies for Chief Information Security Officers and CIOs, communicating to the C-suite how GDPR will affect the business bottom line. Hadi will provide unique insights into the company’s cyber monitoring and threat identification capabilities
Florian Malecki, SonicWall – Florian will discuss how he is working with partners and customers to safeguard against the significant financial and reputational ramifications of a data breach. Florian is bringing expertise in the latest cyber-security solutions and techniques to help protect against emerging cyber-threats
Olivier Van Hoof, Collibra – Olivier will draw on Collibra’s broad experience helping businesses to manage data governance. In particular, Olivier will discuss the importance of breaking down data silos and how to ensure that enterprises comply with the upcoming GDPR whilst opening up information to data citizens across their organisations

Following the discussion, there will be a networking session between 10 and 11 where you will have full access to the panellists to ask your own questions. If you can’t stay for the full session, please feel free to come along and grab a quick bite to eat during the discussion and duck out when necessary.

We look forward to seeing you at our event.

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