April 30-May 1, 2018 |

London

 

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Speaker Faculty

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Massimo Attoresi
Data Protection Officer
European Data Protection Supervisor

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

08.40 | Keynote: View from the Regulator

Jonathan Bamford
Head of Strategic Liaison
Information Commissioner’s Office

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

09.10 | Keynote: View from the ICO

Nina Barakzai
Group Head of Data Protection & Privacy
Sky

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

16.20 | Keynote Panel: Creating an Industry Standard – Establishing a Scope and Structure for the Privacy Community During a Period of Evolution

William Malcolm
Legal Director, Privacy
Google

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

09.50 | Establishing a Culture of Compliance: Getting Internal Buy-in for Your Privacy Programme

Steve Wright
Group Data Privacy & InfoSec Officer
John Lewis Partnership

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

08.10 | Opening Update: Where We Are Today: An Update on the Status of the Privacy and Data Protection Community

Kabir Barday
CEO
One Trust

Kabir is CEO of OneTrust, the leading technology company helping organizations globally operationalize data privacy compliance and Privacy by Design. Prior to OneTrust, Kabir was director of product management at AirWatch, where his work was awarded IAPP's most innovative privacy technology.

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

11.40 | PIAs and Data Mapping: Operationalising GDPR and Privacy by Design

Yukiko Lorenzo
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection
Mastercard

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

11.40 | Establishing Accountability: Effective Data Mapping to Ensure Compliance in Your Privacy Programme

Simon Hall
Data Privacy Officer and Privacy SME Ethics and Compliance
Asda

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

15.20 | Getting the Most out of Your Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)

Richard Merrygold
Data Protection Officer
HomeServe

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

17.00 | Chair’s Summary and Close of Day One

08.00 | Chair’s Welcome Remarks

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

12.10 | Chair’s Summary

09.50 | Establishing a Culture of Compliance: Getting Internal Buy-in for Your Privacy Programme

09.05 | Chair’s Welcome Remarks and Start of Day 2

Ian West
Vice President – Analytics & Information Management Practice
Cognizant

Ian has over 25 years’ experience in the Analytics & Information Management market, from the earliest generations of Enterprise Information Systems, to current expertise in every aspect of the increasingly complex and ever changing AIM market. Ian has worked with clients from all industry sectors at a UK, European and Global level. He combines a detailed knowledge of the specific requirements of each market segment with the ability to share best practices across industry sectors to deliver new and innovative propositions which resolve complex business challenges to maximise organisational value. Ian has led Information Management businesses for major IT Solutions and Consulting companies, plus smaller niche IM solution providers with a common focus on superior execution and delighting clients with professional innovation, which develops into long term mutually beneficial business relationships. Ian is a regular contributor as a subject matter expert at UK and European conferences. His opinion is sought by journalists across Europe and he regularly contributes on Analytics, Information Governance, Data Quality, Information Lifecycle Management, Master Data Management, Data Monetisation and Process Optimisation, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Big Data, Digital Information Transformation and increasingly on GDPR.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

10.30 | GDPR - Not What, or Why; but How?

Dave Horton
Privacy Engineer
OneTrust

Dave is leads the technical team for OneTrust EMEA, the leading privacy technology company helping organizations globally operationalize data privacy compliance and Privacy by Design. Prior to OneTrust, Dave has 11 years’ experience in implementing software security solutions for some of the most secure and scalable companies in the world.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

15.20 | Getting the Most out of Your Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)

Ravi Pather
Senior Vice President
eperi GmbH

Ravi has in depth experience of helping enterprises’ establishing and implementing data protection solutions for handling confidential and sensitive data for internal and cloud based applications. He is also experienced in compliance for PCI/DSS, Data Residency, Legal and Regulatory including various Financial Regulators including MAS, CSSF, FINMA and others. More recently this experience has been specific to establishing Cloud Data Protection (CDP) compliance as part of an enterprises' broader cloud adoption strategy. With this background and now working at eperi, a CDP solution vendor, Ravi’s experience is ideally positioned to understand the concepts and details of GDPR objectives and is involved in several GDPR compliance related projects. With an executive career spanning 25 years in security software, Ravi has held executive positions at Voltage Security and more recently Perspecsys who were then acquired by Blue Coat and then Symantec before joining eperi.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

14.40 | Minimising GDPR Scope and Compliance

Zoe Rowland
Head of Data Governance
Cancer Research UK

Zoe is the Head of Data Governance at Cancer Research UK and has worked in the Data Protection field for over 10 years, in both the public and charity sector.  This has included developing Data Protection policy, overseeing the development of an Information Asset Register and undertaking a major overhaul of the process for ensuring security and compliance within the supply chain.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

11.40 | Establishing Accountability: Effective Data Mapping to Ensure Compliance in Your Privacy Programme

Andrew Joss
Head of Industry Consulting
Informatica

Andrew Joss is the Head of Industry Consulting across the EMEA region for Informatica. He has worked in the IT industry for nearly 30 years and spent much of that time supporting the needs of his customers across a number of industry sectors. Andrew currently has a focus on the Banking and Insurance sectors, where he brings a wealth of expertise around information, analytics and big data. Prior to that, Andrew supported customers in the Public Sector. Andrew brings his understanding of how IT solutions drive business value, at both business and IT levels, to enable his clients to see how real business benefit can be achieved. As Andrew has worked across a number of industries over this career, he brings knowledge of best practices from other sectors to the benefit of his current customers.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

10.30 | GDPR - Not What, or Why; but How?

16.20 | Keynote Panel: Creating an Industry Standard – Establishing a Scope and Structure for the Privacy Community During a Period of Evolution

Simon White
Global Director of Privacy
Cognizant

Simon White is global director of privacy at Cognizant and has global responsible for privacy compliance and legal needs across the organisation, both in the provision of services to customers and the internal challenges of an international company with almost 250k employees. He was worked in a number of legal roles in his eight years at Cognizant. He is a qualified English solicitor and graduate of the universities of Oxford and London. Prior to joining Cognizant he worked at Clifford Chance in both London and Amsterdam, followed by a period at Morgan Lewis & Bockius, working on complex technology transactions.  

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

16.20 | Keynote Panel: Creating an Industry Standard – Establishing a Scope and Structure for the Privacy Community During a Period of Evolution

Tim Hickman
Associate
White & Case LLP

Tim Hickman is an associate in the London office of White & Case LLP. He advises on all aspects of UK and EU privacy and data protection law, from general compliance issues (such as implementing privacy policies and consent forms) to more specialized issues (such as managing data breaches, structuring cross-border data transfers, and complying with the 'right to be forgotten'). Tim has a detailed knowledge of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, and co-authored White & Case's Handbook on that legislation (http://whitecase.com/eu-gdpr-handbook).

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

09.20 | Guidance on the Guidance: Demystifying the Regulation and Understanding How It Will Impact Your Business

Frank Madden
Legal Advisor - Privacy & Data Protection - Legal & Commercial
Fujitsu

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

14.10 | GDPR and the Cloud

David Kemp
EMEA Specialist Business Consultant
HP Enterprise Software

David contributes to business development in EMEA for HPE Software. He provides experience and guidance to senior corporate officers to address current and future Information Management & Governance challenges. By profession he is a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales, having obtained a Masters Degree in Law from Oxford University. After external counsel experience, he spent 10 years in Insurance Broking in London before joining ABN AMRO Bank in 1990. With 19 years there as a corporate banker and in-house counsel & compliance officer, he joined HPE effectively in March 2010. Currently he is using his experience to advance the GDPR programme of HPE, amongst other facilities.

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

10.30 | A Structured approach to GDPR Compliance

Noriswadi Ismail
Senior Manager
Ernst & Young LLP

Noris is global data protection and privacy specialist in Ernst & Young UK & Ireland’s Cyber Security, Privacy & Resilience Advisory practice. He is one of the IAPP inaugural Asia Advisory Board members. He has 16 years of global compliance, risk management, governance and data protection in-house and consulting experience. Privacy by Design Ambassador and holds the UK PDP Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection. Author of 2 data protection books; Beyond Data Protection, Strategic Case Studies and Practical Guidance (Springer, 2013) and Understanding Personal Data Protection Law (LexisNexis 2013). Clocked more than 200 hours of global data protection training, coaching and workshops across Asia, Europe and the USA. In November 2014-February 2015, Noris was the US Fulbright Professional Exchange Programme Fellow in Fordham Law School, Fordham University, New York and George Washington Law School, George Washington University, Washington D.C. He completed his research consulting project on ‘Freedom of Information and Privacy Laws in the USA with specific reference to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ legislative and policy landscape’. Noris holds LLB (Hons) from the International Islamic University Malaysia and LLM in Information Technology & Telecommunications Laws from Strathclyde Law School, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow as a British Chevening Scholar.

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

11.00 | Preparing for the Inevitable: Ensuring You Are Ready to Handle a Breach When It Happens

Dr. Jyn Schultze-Melling
Lawyer, Executive Director
EY

Robert Streeter
Data Protection & Privacy Officer
News UK

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

13.30 | Managing Consent: Understanding What’s Changed Under GDPR

Matthew Lock
Director of Systems Engineering
Varonis Systems

Matthew has 17 years’ experience in the field of Network Security, which includes extensive contracts with many global businesses, including BP and JPMorgan. Specialising in risk assessment, risk management, policy compliance, security reviews and managing network behaviour anomaly systems, Matthew now leads Varonis’ sales engineering team in the UK, Ireland and Middle East, ensuring the team is helping customers and partners from a range of sectors in data governance projects, and organizing, securing and managing their unstructured data.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

09.10 | Detect, Secure & Govern your GDPR Data

David Atkinson
Senior Account Director
Darktrace

Day Two

Thursday May 4th, 2017

09.40 | Beyond Compliance: Using Machine Learning to Get Ahead of Evolving Cyber-Threats

Nimrod Vax
Head of Products
BigID

Nimrod is 16 year veteran of the security industry. Prior to BigID, Nimrod ran all identity management products for CA Technologies including their identity management, identity governance and privileged identity management products. Nimrod also advised market leading CASB Cloud Lock prior to their acquisition by Cisco along with other security vendors.

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

11.40 | Establishing Accountability: Effective Data Mapping to Ensure Compliance in Your Privacy Programme

Anne-Claire Dubois
Group Legal Counsel & Privacy Officer
Time Out Group

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

11.00 | The Evolving Role of a DPO: Integrating the Role into Your Business

Alexandra Russell
Group Data Protection Officer
Givaudan

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

16.20 | Keynote Panel: Creating an Industry Standard – Establishing a Scope and Structure for the Privacy Community During a Period of Evolution

Samantha Simms
Director, Global Privacy Officer
Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

11.00 | The Evolving Role of a DPO: Integrating the Role into Your Business

Yasmin Durrani
Data Protection Officer
Zurich Insurance

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

13.30 | Managing Consent: Understanding What’s Changed Under GDPR

Titta Penttilä
Group Privacy Officer, Head of Privacy, Group Security & Privacy
Telia Company

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

15.20 | Getting the Most out of Your Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)

João Barreiro
Associate Vice President Chief Privacy & Data Protection Officer
HCL Technologies Ltd.

As the head of the Privacy & Data Protection Office, a team of twelve professionals split between Europe, U.S.A. and India, Joao is leading HCL global transformation journey on privacy. A risk based approach and privacy as a business enabler are his mantras, and the design of a GDPR roadmap strategy is currently his main undertaking at HCL. Besides being a qualified attorney and a CIPP/E, he has postgraduate qualifications in IP and Pharma Law. He also has been a guest speaker at law universities and several privacy symposiums. Prior to joining HCL in London, he worked as in-house legal counsel, mainly on data privacy, in public and private organizations, including Celgene (Switzerland), IBM (Ireland), the European Medicines Agency (London) and the Portuguese Ministry of Health (Lisbon). He also practiced as an attorney in law firms

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

11.00 | The Evolving Role of a DPO: Integrating the Role into Your Business

Lillian Pang
VP & Associate General Counsel
Rackspace Limited

Day One

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

14.10 | GDPR and the Cloud

Christine Andrews
Managing Director
DQM GRC

Christine Andrews is Managing Director of DQM GRC, where she has been working for the past 13 years. DQM GRC consultancy offers a range of services designed to help companies de-risk their data and avoid being data disasters. Her team of data management consultants work on a range of assignments from GDPR readiness assessments, Privacy Impact Assessments, identifying vulnerabilities in an organisation’s privacy, data protection and security processes to providing complete solutions to become GDPR compliant. Christine has worked for leading brands across a range of industries from the not for profit sector to publishing, financial services, media and telecoms. To date her team has completed around 25 GDPR assessments. She is Deputy Chair of the DMA’s Data Council and was actively involved in developing the DMA’s Data Security standard – DataSeal. She is in the DataIQ 100 List. Christine frequently speaks at high-level conferences and academic institutions on the subject of GDPR, data strategy, consumer trust, data protection and security. Prior to joining DQM GRC, Christine was Senior Vice President of Global Customer Services for Cable and Wireless, Head of Small Business Sales for BT and Head of SME Marketing for BT.

Helen Molyneux
Director
Cambridge Risk Solutions Ltd