Data Sec 2017 partners, Iron Mountain, the information management firm, and data security software firm Ground Labs, are set to inform delegates at the event on how businesses should prepare for the approaching General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Wizuda, the GDPR compliant data transfer firm will also partner with Data Sec 2017 which takes place next Wednesday May 3rd in the RDS Concert Hall, Dublin. The conference will be officially opened by Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten.

Justin Massarella-Ferguson, Senior Consultant, Information Governance Consulting Practice,  at Iron Mountain, and John Cassidy, VP Global Sales at Ground Labs will address Data Sec 2017, joining a panel of high-level speakers which includes the Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland Helen Dixon and Senior Counsel for Civil, Criminal and Internet Litigation Pauline Walley.

A trusted advisor to enterprises, Justin Massarella-Ferguson of Iron Mountain drives enterprise-wide strategic initiatives to reduce risk and costs, including the uptake of technologies, establishing oversight structures, implementing compliance controls, conducting risk assessments and carrying out training and awareness.

John Cassidy, VP Global Sales at Ground Labs, is an expert in data security and technology.

Ground Labs is a global leader in the development of Data Security Software dedicated to making sensitive data discovery products that help organisations across Retail, Financial Services, Hospitality and Airlines prevent data loss.

Ground Labs products are currently used by more than 2,500 organisations across 80 countries to find unsecured sensitive data on their systems; securing their data helps them comply with important information security standards such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

A recent Data Sec 2017 survey found that the majority of businesses in Ireland are not prepared for the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Although three quarters are aware of the implications of GDPR for their business, 40 per cent of those surveyed are not yet executing plans for GDPR compliance.

GDPR will come into force on May 25th 2018.

Cliona Carroll, Sponsorship and Events Manager, INM, commented: “Dublin Data Sec 2017 sponsors, Iron Mountain and Ground Labs, global experts in secure information management and data security respectively, along with GDPR compliant data transfer firm Wizuda, join a high level line-up of speakers. We look forward to a highly informative event on the GDPR next Wednesday May 3rd in the RDS Concert Hall.”

Confirmed speakers at Dublin Data Sec 2017:

  • Adrian Weckler, Technology Editor, Independent News & Media
  • HelenDixon, Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland
  • Joseph Carson, Cyber Security Strategist
  • Pauline Walley, Senior Counsel, Civil, Criminal and Internet Litigation
  • Emerald De Leeuw, CEO Eurocomply GDPR Software
  • Justin Massarella-Ferguson, Senior Consultant, Information Governance Consulting Practice, Iron Mountain
  • John Cassidy, VP Global Sales at Ground Labs
  • Stewart Thompson, Privacy Officer, IBM Watson Health
  • Fred Logue, Partner, FP Logue Solicitors
  • Jonathan Armstrong, Compliance and Technology Lawyer, Cordery
  • Tomi Mikkonen, CEO, Privaon
  • Todd Ruback, Chief Privacy Officer and VP of Legal Affairs, Evidon Inc
  • Mark Adair, Partner, Commercial Law Practice Group, Mason Hayes & Curran
  • Ronan Davy, Senior International Counsel, Etsy
  • Stephen Laffan, Workday Global Privacy Program Manager
  • Alan Curley, EMEA Privacy Compliance Manager for Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, part of Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Companies
  • Lorcan McLoughlin, Privacy Compliance Officer, Rabobank in Ireland
  • Daragh O’Brien, Founder, Castlebridge, a firm specialising in Information Trust

For further information on Dublin Data Sec 2017 visit www.independent.ie/datasec.

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