Nina BarakzaiGroup Head of Data Protection & Privacy
I am qualified as an accountant and as a solicitor. I have Fellow status of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and am an accredited mediator. I currently sit on the Research Advisory Group of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) as an FCMA. I am immediate past chair of Chair of the Commerce & Industry Group www.cigroup.org.uk and have been elected as Vice President of In-House Counsel Worldwide www.icwsingapore2014.org. I am a member of the C&I Group Privacy & Security Committee and held a seat as board member of IFAC's International Ethics Standards Board until December 2011. I am exec committee member of two small community charities: one group encourages and supports mature members of the community to avoid becoming isolated as they become more housebound www.elmwoodcommunity.org.uk; the second group supports youngsters by helping them develop team skills in boxing, table tennis, trampolining and other indoor sports www.freewebs.com/1twickenhambrunswick/, on a pro bono basis.
Specialties: Mediation, corporate governance, ethics, compliance, professional standards and international data privacy and data protection.
As organizations continue to leverage analytics to make critical business decisions, managing data throughout its lifecycle becomes more important. Data needs to be protected from initial creation through archiving the information. Privacy and security are headlines- executive leadership, including the C-Suite and Board of Directors are asking about especially with the new data privacy regulation going into effect by 2018. How does the cyber security executive ensure privacy, security and business requirements are aligned?
This session will cover some thoughts, possible approaches, lessons learned and a discussion what has worked and not worked for session participants.
Join this discussion:
•Where data is and who owns it throughout the life cycle
•Understanding common data practices to ensure compliance
•Reviewing key components of the new regulation and avoiding potential pitfalls
•Mastering data masking, encryption and other security controls
•Understanding requirements with the GDPR
Panelist: Bjorn Watne, Group CISO, Storebrand
Panelist: John Popolizio, CSO, New York Life
Panelist: Daniel Cisowski, CISO, Vorwerk & Co. KG
Panelist: Simon Legg, Executive Director Information Technology, PRA Health Sciences
Moderator: Adrian Davis, Managing Director EMEA, (ISC)2