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Data Governance Day

18 September 2019, London

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The speed with which digital transformation occurs puts enormous pressure on organisations, with data breaches, ransomware and targeted cyber attacks covered by the media daily.

In addition, key trends and challenges have emerged since the GDPR came into force just over a year ago. As the ICO gets tough on non-compliant organisations and data subjects become more aware of their rights under the Regulation, it’s clear that data privacy and cyber security must be at the top of every organisation’s agenda.

Join us as we tackle real data privacy and cyber security issues that business leaders like you are facing.

   Why attend?

Learn about cyber security and data privacy trends

Gain expert insight into the latest cyber security and data privacy best practices to help you develop and improve your cyber security and compliance strategy.

Explore the intersection of cyber security, regulatory compliance and data breach response

Hear from top professionals in a panel discussion about achieving cyber resilience and addressing cyber risk.

Network with cyber security and data privacy leaders

Be inspired by and network with other industry professionals who face similar challenges to you during a day of knowledge-sharing, networking and entertainment.

Get expert advice on pressing cyber security questions

Have your questions answered by our featured cyber security specialists.

Learn how to stay one step ahead of your competitors: lessons in rugby

IT Governance is a cyber security partner of Saracens Rugby Club. Data Governance Day will be hosted at the Saracens Allianz Park 100 Club, giving attendees an exclusive opportunity to meet key players from the team and hear from David Jones, Saracens’s team psychologist, on how to build a competitive edge.

Who can you expect to meet?

C-suite executives, board members, and compliance and risk professionals looking to:

  • Better understand cyber security best practices and how to prevent and respond to a data breach;
  • Significantly improve the quality of their decision-making around cyber security, data protection and risk management investment; and
  • Take immediate steps to reduce their cyber and related (compliance, reputational, financial) risks.


Speakers will include:

Alan Calder

Founder and Executive Chariman
IT Governance Ltd and GRC International Group

Vijay Rathour

Partner: Digital Forensic Group
Grant Thornton UK LLP

Geraint Williams

Chief Information Security Officer
GRC International Group

John Potts

Head of DPO DSAR and Breach Support

Camilla Winlo

Director of Consulting Services

Simon Kelson

Managing Director
On Line Computing (IT Governance channel partner) 

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