Join 300 fellow practitioners for DIGIT’s 3rd annual Data Protection Summit, Scotland’s largest Data Protection and Privacy event for business.
The conference will take place at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh on 10th December. The programme will contextualise the changing Data Protection landscape, considering the business impact of the GDPR and DPA (2018) and how it is shaping policy and process in practice. The conference is run with assistance from ICO, ScotlandIS and DMA and is free to attend*.
Frontline insight and best practice advice
18 months on from implementation, the conference will consider how Data Protection procedure has evolved, with insight from frontline practitioners reflecting on key challenges, practical insight and best practice. The conference will also hear from the regulator; exploring regulatory action policy, decision making for fines and penalties, and clarifying some of the most prominent areas of misconception and non-compliance.
Core conference topics include:
- Key legal issues and obligations
- Data security and encryption
- Databases, data mapping and classification
- Privacy by design
- Data Protection Impact Assessments
- Organisational awareness and training
The Data Protection Scotland Summit will be held at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on 10th December 2019.
Register online at: https://www.dataprotectionscot.com/
*A criteria for free attendance applies. This excludes vendors of products and services and recruiters
Join the largest annual Cyber event in Scotland, Scot-Secure.
Scot-Secure is the largest annual Cyber event in Scotland. It provides an insightful peer-led environment and a valuable forum for knowledge exchange, engagement and high-level networking. The event will be run as part of the annual Cyber Scotland Week, and is free to attend for IT and Information Security personnel.
The event will take place across two days on 19th and 20th February 2020 at the iconic venue Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh.
Now entering its sixth year, the conference will contextualise the key security threat. It will look at the current trends and attack patterns, and exploring new tools, technologies and techniques. The programme is focussed on promoting best-practice cyber resilience, offering practical advice on improving process and implementing effective security measures. It also provides an opportune forum for knowledge exchange, discussion and high-level networking.
Register online free at Scot-Secure at: https://www.scot-secure.com/
The conference is free to attend for InfoSec and IT Personnel (*A charge applies for IT/Security vendors, consultants and recruiters).