Date / Heure
Date(s) - 23/04/2019
17 h 30 min - 21 h 00 min
APDL is pleased to invite you to an evening feedback session with the participation of Eric Bedell Tuesday April 23 at 6pm.
This presentation will give some non-exhaustive ways to operationalise an organisation-wide privacy program.
Privacy is about compliance to regulations and laws and those might differ slightly depending on your organisation’s jurisdiction, but the presenter will discuss generic principles of compliance, and tested approach that works best.
The presenter will talk about a shift in the mind-set, instead of examining at what must be done, why not consider what should be done:
Professional in the Data Privacy and Security field for more than 17 years and presently managing a Global Data Privacy Program for a global US asset manager, Eric believes privacy is one of the most important factors for trust and liberty and managed many privacy programs, as such. His previous experiences include managing technical subjects in Data Privacy and Security, as well as, business metrics and reports.
Doing so, he concluded that a pragmatic approach to privacy is a must and the implementation of a series of one-off projects, one after the other, without clear targets will result in failure
The presentation will be held in french (question in english will be
possible) and the slides in english.
The APDL Board.