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Is your organisation ready for GDPR? Do you know exactly how GDPR will affect you?
PwC recently surveyed 200 companies with more than 500 employees and found that 92% considered compliance with GDPR a top priority. It’s worth remembering that a violation of GDPR, such as poor data security which leads to public exposure of personal information, could result in a fine of over 20 million euros or 4% of your company’s net income.
IP EXPO Nordic is a free-to-attend event which will give you access to world-class experts who can help you understand what is coming, what you need to be doing and how you can be compliant.
CEO & Owner
Sharp Cookie Advisors
Sofia Edvardsen (LLM, MSc, CIPP/E) is a lawyer and Managing Partner at law firm Sharp Cookie Advisors. She has solid experience of digital law (spec. Software Licensing, Data Protection, Outsourcing, Intellectual Property, Internet Law and Technology Transactions). She previously worked as an attorney at Baker & McKenzie law firm and Nokia, focused on IT and IP law. She is a trusted advisor on digitalisation and privacy issues to C-level management in e.g. E-health, Cloud, Online and Retail.
Author, Speaker & Entrepreneur
Karen is an author, appreciated speaker and entrepreneur, earned two masters degrees and privacy certifications with IAPP (https://iapp.org). Teacher at IAPP for CIPP certification in Privacy GDPR.With 20+ years experience in information security and compliance; her career has taken her from UK to: Cern in Geneva, Novell in Zurich, Stockholm, and Hewlett-Packard. She has been working in the Privacy field since 2007 and have created an easy understanding framework for the whole organization to collaborate for GDPR compliance principles.
Today Karen is CEO of Privasee AB, a start-up focused on Data Protection and Privacy. Author of the book: Privacy Principles and Data Protection Practices: A Professional's Guide to EU GDPR, coming out in September, 2017. Speaker at several conferences including Nordic IT Security 2016 and IDG:s yearly conference Cloud Confession 2017.
Senior Solutions Architect
Simon Fisher is a Solutions Architect at Chef. Having started off his IT career in development, he has spent the last few of those years helping people improve their DevOps practices through the use of automation. In his spare time he runs a website for people with Type 1 Diabetes in Ruby on Rails. Twitter: @simfish81
Chief Technology Officer
Jonas has a deep interest for both technology and its consequences for humanity and society:
“It is equally important to do the right things as well as doing things right. Technical decisions of today are forming our future for many years to come. The impact on society is much more profound than most people realize.” On his spare time, he enjoys being outdoors for sailing, skiing or just enjoying nature.
Jonas Dellenvall holds a M.Sc. in Engineering Physics and has more than 20 years of experience with System Development, including 12 years in the High Security Sector for Governments, Defense and Critical Infrastructure.
European Sales Engineer, GTM Operations
Sander Hofman is European Sales Engineer, GTM Operations at Mimecast Services Limited. He has spent the majority of his career striving to understand how technology can help organizations. In the early years he started in the public sector, moving forward to consulting and start working internationally. Before he accepted the Role as European Sales Engineer Mimecast, he was Technical Sales Office 365 team for Microsoft Netherlands.
Outside of work Sander is addicted to Coffee, and is a weekend barista. He loves to spend time home with his wife and only son Oliver. He recently pick-up the idea to do a restoration of an old Renault 4 from 1987.
Privacy Program Management: How to capture the business value and stakeholders' enthusiasm Wed 20th Sep 16:10 - 17:00
Privacy Program Management: How to capture the business value and stakeholders' enthusiasm
Learn how to proactively manage privacy in the GDPR era in your organisation with the tools and insights from Managing Partner Sofia Edvardsen's experience of setting up and managing privacy programs of leading enterprises. A key factor to success Sofia Edvardsen will shed light on, not often covered in privacy management, is how to perform and stay relevant in the eyes of top management.
Time / Place
Wed 20th Sep 16:10 to 17:00
Tools and techniques to make GDPR compliance work across your organisation Thu 21th Sep 15:30 - 16:00
Tools and techniques to make GDPR compliance work across your organisation
Cut the ”legal speak” and find a language, and tools/techniques which works across your organization on compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR will replace existing EU data protection laws on 25th May 2018 in Sweden and every EU member state. and heavy fines await companies that do not comply.
It all seems so complicated, but in fact if you dig deep enough you will find hidden simplicity. Data privacy rules, at least the lowest common denominator in privacy have been around since 1980. There are quite simply 8 privacy principles. Privacy laws globally are all founded on these 8 principles, including the GDPR. By taking the lowest common denominator in privacy you can build a global privacy program using the GDPR as your privacy standard.
Karen Lawrence ÖqvistMore
Time / Place
Thu 21th Sep 15:30 to 16:00
How to manage Compliance the DevOps Way Wed 20th Sep 12:25 - 12:55
How to manage Compliance the DevOps Way
Compliance has never been so important, but for organisations struggling to innovate under the weight of technical debt, it can be increasingly difficult to manage. How can you manage both internal compliance requirements as well as mandated regulations such as GDPR?
Is it possible to reconcile compliance and velocity? Is it a matter of the right tools or the right organisational culture?
What steps do you need to take to implement an automation cycle that resolves the conflict and how can remediation be a baked in part of your approach?
Time / Place
Wed 20th Sep 12:25 to 12:55
DevOps and Open Source
Crossing the NIS and GDPR mine field Thu 21th Sep 11:40 - 12:10
Crossing the NIS and GDPR mine field
In the wake of GDPR buzz it is now time for the next directive in the field of information security: the NIS Directive. The Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems is intended to raise Member States' level of protection of critical infrastructure.
At first glance, it is easy to conclude that GDPR and NIS have a large overlap, but in fact, the differences are greater than the similarities. This session looks at the greatest initiatives in many years to raise the information security level and awareness within the European Union.
Time / Place
Thu 21th Sep 11:40 to 12:10
Cyber Threat Protection
GDPR, Petya & Wannacry: When things go wrong who is ultimately responsible - The Board or IT? Wed 20th Sep 14:50 - 15:20
GDPR, Petya & Wannacry: When things go wrong who is ultimately responsible - The Board or IT?
As Petya and Wannacry have shown, organisations across the globe need to re-evaluate their readiness for the next wave of threats. It is critical for companies to deploy a proactive cyber resilience strategy while remaining GDPR compliant.
The time to up your defences is now.
Time / Place
Wed 20th Sep 14:50 to 15:20
Cyber Threat Protection