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Data is increasingly becoming the lifeblood of the enterprise.

More organizations, both public and private, in more locations worldwide are starting to tackle the challenge of identifying the personal and business data that is critical to their organisations and that now must be protected by law.

 

Understanding the data ecosystem and how personal data moves around the various internal/external applications/systems is a key first step in protecting the data and moving towards mature data governance.

 

Aside from possible punitive repercussions and reputation damage that arise from a data breach there are very positive business drivers to data privacy programmes.

 

Organizations can gain greater insight into customer needs, enhance overall productivity, and create value from the data they govern.


Join us for an exclusive Breakfast Seminar organised by Micro Focus

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:


  • Privacy legislation and its impact on businesses
  • How privacy is central to digital transformation
  • Best practices to data discovery, protection and records management


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


  • Chief Security Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Chief Privacy Officer
  • Data Protection Officer
  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Head of IT Security & Policy
  • Head of Security & Governance
  • Head of IT
  • Head of Compliance


*All sectors are welcomed, but priorities to Public Sector, Insurance, Healthcare, Utilities, Retail, and Hospitality sector.

Speakers

Reuben Sinclair

Director, Cyber Security APJ of MicroFocus

Shubham Singhal

Senior Manager, Cyber Security, Data Protection and Risk at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP


Adam Sherman

Head of APAC Sales Strategy and Operations, Sales Solutions at LinkedIn

Rizwan Anwer

Solutions Engineer at MicroFocus

More about our speakers

Location

Shangri-La Hotel
Azalea Room,
22 Orange Grove Road

Singapore

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Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email safreen@britcham.org.sgYou can also reach us at +65 62223552

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