Tune in Live and On-Demand
PrivSec Global 2020 will take place virtually from the 30th of November to the 3rd of December 2020. The event will bring together over 10,000 data protection, privacy and security professionals for one joined-up event.
Offering four days of editorial driven content, alongside virtual networking and fireside chats, PrivSec Global will:
Deliver inspiring keynote speakers,
Explore new technologies and platforms,
Discuss the latest industry news and developments,
Enable virtual networking minus the geographical barriers.
Where Privacy and Security Meet
Featuring over 200+ speakers across 8 tracks, 90+ sessions, PrivSec Global will cover the most pressing and challenging topics in the data protection, privacy and security sectors.
With all sessions available to view live or on-demand, you can build a personalised agenda based on your key focus topics and fit the event around your own schedule.
Register for free access to the entire event.
The Privacy Track will tackle the most pressing issues faced in data protection and privacy, providing attendees with up-to-the-minute advice and guidance.
Topics include shaping the future of privacy, creating the next generation of leaders, the ethics of AI, COVID-19, regulatory challenges, diversity and much more.
The Security Track will take a deep-dive into the challenges the security industry faces on a daily basis, equipping attendees with actionable content & strategies.
Topics include the future of security, how to engage the board, data discovery, crisis management, challenges in the cloud, emerging technologies and much more.
Sector & Geo Tracks
Alongside the Privacy and Security tracks, we will also be looking into key subjects and sectors in the PrivSec Focus stream, which will run over the course of all four days.
These self-contained events will focus on vital sectors such as financial services, technology and healthcare as well as ones looking at the regulatory, political and business issues affecting specific regions across the world.
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