Victoria has 20 years cross-sector experience in information security and data privacy including investment banking, consumer goods, retail, and government. As a trusted advisor to organisations such as Unilever, the John Lewis Partnership and Schroders, she drives behavioural change by developing strong networks across complex environments, and embeds processes and practices that work for the people who need to use them.
A recent IBM IBV study said 74% of CEOs think adoption of cloud will be critical for their businesses in the next two to three years. Cloud migration, however, brings a higher risk of data exposure, making cloud security a critical issue for businesses, post-pandemic. This panel discusses the potential of confidential computing in enabling businesses to process sensitive data in a hybrid cloud without compromising consumer privacy or security.
GDPR requires communications to data subjects to be “concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible”. Despite this many privacy policies are still complex and text-heavy. This panel will discuss the benefits of keeping policies short and simple and ways to ensure brevity while still meeting all the compliance requirements.
A lack of representative diversity and unconscious bias in recruitment plagues all sectors and data protection and privacy are no different. In this session we will look at the efforts being made to make the industry more inclusive and what organisations can do to play their part.