Join us on 19 January 2022 – 1.30pm GMT

Host – Paul Hampton, Senior Product Manager, Thales

Speakers :

  • Stewart Room, Partner, Global Head of Data Protection & Cyber Security, DWF
  • Claude-Étienne Armingaud, CIPP/E, Partner – Practice Group Coordinator | Data Protection, Privacy and Security, K&L Gates LLP
  • Ray Walshe, Director and EU Observatory for ICT Standards, Dublin City University

Most organisations have felt the impact of accelerating their cloud adoption strategies in the past two years. While beneficial to the enterprise in numerous areas, such as faster application development, combined with the ability to experiment and quickly leverage elasticity and resiliency, these benefits have also brought significant new security challenges.

Today, enterprises are grappling with security issues never before faced or addressed. The debate of shared responsibility between provider and customer, data sovereignty, the utopian cloud environment and the constant changing of threat models to name a few.

This session will draw on the recent findings of the 2021 Thales Cloud Security Report to discuss how European enterprises are handling the data security repercussions of an accelerated cloud deployment.

Areas for Discussion

• The widespread use of SaaS within the enterprise

• Cloud complexity with ‘lift & shift’, multicloud, and hybrid

• Encryption in the cloud is not as widespread as enterprises think

• How successful are enterprises in maintaining compliance and avoiding breaches in the cloud

• Who owns responsibility for the security of data in the cloud

More information and registration here

On a first day packed with fascinating insight at PrivSec Global, experts explored lessons that enterprise organisations have learned from the first three years of the GDPR.

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We are currently experiencing an interesting time in our economy around the future of work. In describing the future of work, there are four main aspects that come into play: (i) People will be able to work remotely and with flexible schedules; (ii) New industries and jobs will be created complementary to technology; (iii) There will be more entrepreneurship and self-employment; and (iv) Due to technology advancements, there will be fewer jobs that require humans.

Against this backdrop, the COVID-19 outbreak pointed out that these new working norms are going to become the future. In fact, more and more companies wonder whether people can work effectively and achieve a level of work-life balance in light of these new working conditions. At the same time, there is considerable research showing that diversity can be the answer to these considerations, leading to a significant performance advantage.

As law firms around the world have been forced into an unplanned experiment with remote and flexible working, the webinar will aim to explore what the new COVID-19 reality means for the workforce and how can they embrace the pandemic’s opportunities for learning and thriving in the workplace.

Les 12 et 13 février 2020, l’IAPP organise sa conférence “Data Protection Intensive: France” — retrouvez nous lors du panel “Global Developments: CCPA and Beyond” avec Delphine Charlot de Mastercard et les meilleurs moments ci-dessous:

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K&L Gates assembled a great panel on March 28 during the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (#GMIS2017) at Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi, including David Bell, Mohammed Omar, Mark Beer OBE, Arthur Artinian, Claude-Etienne Armingaud and William Reichert, to discuss the legal and regulatory issues relating to the Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Connected Cars

#GMIS2017 IoT & Connected Car panel with K&L Gates

#GMIS2017 IoT & Connected Car panel with K&L Gates