CISOs: How to Lead the GDPR Strategy & Not Let it Lead Yours

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With GDPR dominating recent headlines, CISOs are thankfully starting to take their data privacy increasingly seriously. GDPR can enhance or even be a catalyst for a CISO’s policy of ‘protect what matters’, and can offer an ambitious CISO new responsibilities.

However, the common reality is that businesses’ responses to GDPR are urgent, reactive and overly-accelerated, often leading to a series of small, tactical, disjointed point solutions and process changes that tackle isolated areas. These then have unwelcome impacts on the overall security strategy, derailing other projects or even creating unexpected vulnerabilities.

GDPR can be an area of great opportunity for a CISO, but without careful, strategic forethought it will quickly become a runaway train.

This webinar will examine how a CISO can control GDPR quickly, exploring:

  • The questions that need to be asked of the various stakeholders and how to manage the potential responses
  • The areas that are most often overlooked
  • The secrets to avoiding wider security strategies being destabilized

Speakers

Greg Dumas

VP and General Manager US, Calligo

    Marc  Lueck

    ClubCISO Advisory Board Member

      Ben Tomhave

      Cybersecurity Consultant

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