From focus on regulations to new offerings within privacy, security and personalization
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Most companies and organizations have now begun to prepare for GDPR which comes into force in May 2018. The new framework is certainly compulsory, but could it also work as a catalyst for new business?
While GDPR raises requirements for smart and secure data, interesting opportunities will also arise for those who manage to push their data-driven solutions to the next level – post-GDPR. But how do you get there, and how do you lay the foundation for continued customer consent, build stronger customer relationships and create truly individualized offers?
The spring’s most interesting trend spotting on the leap from focus on regulations to new business!
Associate Director, Cognizant Business Consulting, Information Management
Abhishek is responsible for projects in the Information Management & Big Data Consulting in the Nordics.
With thought leadership, competence supply of and solutions in digital data management, Abhishek and his team have provided solutions that in the past 3 years have generated in increased revenue and savings totaling USD 80 M / 650 M USD. Abishek has also received a number of customer references in Gartner’s Market Scope for his role in customers’ transformation processes.
Vice President Privacy,
Caroline has more than 17 years of experience in international data protection and has served as legal and strategic advisor to companies within IT, media, telecommunications, energy, finance and biotech sectors. During the last five years she has been working as Vice President Privacy at Klarna Bank with global responsibility for Klarna group’s data protection strategy and compliance and managing its Global Privacy Office. Today she is partner of Lindahl, responsible for Lindahl’s Data Privacy Practice, and still working with Klarna Bank, now as an external Data Protection Officer. Caroline is chairman of the Swedish Data Protection Forum (Forum för dataskydd), has during the last two years been a member of IAPP's European Advisory Board, coordinator of Cloud Sweden Legal, and is involved in several industry data protection advocacy efforts, working groups and task forces. She is also a frequent speaker at various Swedish and international conferences and events on data privacy topics.
Caroline's broad experience in data privacy covers a wide range of operational, compliance, regulatory, strategic and policy matters. She has advised some of the world's largest organisations on issues such as international data transfers (for instance based on EC model clauses, former Safe Harbor certification and presently the Privacy Shield or Binding Corporate Rules), employee related privacy matters (monitoring, whistleblowing etc), regulatory compliance and of advising in connection with the drafting and negotiating of data processing agreements. Caroline also has vast experience with regards to operational issues, governance aspects, strategic issues and in designing and implementing privacy programs (group-wide policies and strategy).
As published in https://www.lindahl.se/
Senior Security Researcher,
Nokia Bell Labs
Ian Oliver works for Nokia Bell Labs as a senior security researcher specialising in high-integrity and trusted Network Function Virtualisation "TelcoCloud" systems, and on occasion the more theoretical underpinnings of privacy and privacy engineering. He also holds a Research Fellow position at the University of Brighton working with the Visual Modelling Group on diagrammatic forms of reasoning and semantics.
He previously worked as the privacy officer for Nokia Services and for eleven years at Nokia Research Centre working with Semantic Web, UML, formal methods and hardware-software co-design. He has also worked at Helsinki University of Technology and Aalto University teaching formal methods and modelling with UML. He holds over 40 patents in areas such as The Internet of Things, semantic technologies and privacy, as well as numerous papers in these areas. He is the author of the book: Privacy Engineering – A Data Flow and Ontological Approach. (www.privacyengineeringbook.net)
Ian lives in Sipoo, Finland with his wife, two children, dog and cat and in his spare time fires arrows from horseback.
PhD entitled "Animating Object Oriented Conceptual Models" (2001), Computing Laboratory, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
BSc,(with honors) Computer Science, 1st class (1996) University of Brighton, UK
As published in https://www.bell-labs.com/usr/ian.oliver
Chief Information Security Officer,