Improve your IT-setup and make it GDPR compliant
28th March 2017
08:00 - 10:30
Interxion and City Network invites you to a free breakfast seminar!
We want to welcome you to a highly topical and informative breakfast seminar, where we will address the implications of the GDPR and how companies in the financial sector can comply with regulatory demands by using modern IT infrastructure solutions.
To many companies, and most of all businesses operating in the financial sector, the handling of data storage and protection of personal data is up high on the agenda. From May 25, 2018, organisations operating in the EU must follow the new Data Protection Regulation, GDPR. Organisations that handle personal data may need to carry out comprehensive adjustments of their IT systems, infrastructure and processes to meet the demands of the new data protection regulation.
We will share our knowledge, provide you with tips and give you inspiration for how to prepare your company and your customers for the GDPR.
The seminar will be in English.
|08.00 - 08.30||Registration and breakfast/networking|
|08.30 - 08.50||Sofia Edvardsen / CEO / Owner – Law firm Sharp Cookies Advisors
You are already late - how you can innovate your business while getting ready for the GDPR?
As the deadline for implementation of GDPR on 25 May 2018 approaches, over 77% of American Fortune 500 companies will spend more than USD 1 million this year on GDPR readiness (PWC Survey 2016). We will explore the legal priorities for your enterprise's game plan for compliance and look out for the opportunities for innovation that data protection presents.
|08.50 – 09.10||Patrick Lastennet / Director of Marketing & Business Development, Financial Service Segment - Interxion
Cloud services, data protection and regulatory compliance – can financial institutions find the perfect balance?
As financial institutions and Cloud Service Providers strive to fulfil their obligations under GDPR, achieving data protection by design across a hybrid cloud architecture is becoming a must. We will explore the benefits that colocation brings as well as outline how protection of encryption keys via colocation can address critical data sovereignty and other GDPR compliance challenges.
|09.10 – 09.30||
Daniel Gustafsson / VP-Business Unit-Compliant Cloud - City Network
With the introduction of GDPR there is a fear that innovation will suffer because of the firm rules within the law. We think that innovation is amust to survive GDPR with Agile IT. Here is why and some tips on the how to take action.
|09.30 – 09.45||Coffee break|
|09:45 – 10.15||Panel discussion and Q&A|
In April 2016 the EU adopted a new Data Protection Regulation, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new regulation replaces the former Swedish law Personal Data Act (PUL), and represents a marked tightening of the management and protection of personal data, including how companies can collect, store, access and manage data. The new regulation comes into force May 25, 2018.
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