CIO WaterCooler Focus: GDPR – Slides

A big thank you to all our speakers and attendees for a fantastic discussion on GDPR.  Thank you to Veritas for their support.  
We're delighted to provide the slides from each presentation and links to each speakers profile, if you'd like to connect directly with them.
Our Chair:

Mark Evans

Head of IT

Rider Levett Bucknall (UK)

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Mark Evans

Eversheds Sutherland turns data into insight - James Duthie, Head of Projects, Eversheds Sutherland LLP
James Duthie, Head of Projects, Eversheds Sutherland

 

James Duthie, Head of Projects

Eversheds Sutherland

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Myron Hrycyk and Richard Thwaite present a CIO's point of view; discussing the world of digital transformation and the latest challenges and opportunities that are impacting today's CIO's.
Richard Thwaite, former CIO, Metropolitan Police

Richard Thwaite

MD, Chaucer Digital

former CIO, Met Police

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Myron Hrycyk

Myron Hrycyk,

Interim CIO

former CIO, Severn Trent plc

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Information is currency in the 21st century...Is your data enabling you to drive the right digital transformation in your organisation? - Jasmit Sagoo, CTO, Veritas
Jasmit Sagoo, CTO, Veritas

 

Jasmit Sagoo

CTO, Veritas

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Complimentary research from CIO WaterCoolers' Research Library:

The importance of a data protection platform for GDPR compliance – …unified data protection controls will smooth the path to compliance

This document outlines how an integrated data protection platform can take the pain out of compliance, helping them to avoid data breaches.


The data management implications of GDPR

This paper discusses the EU’s forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) not from a legal perspective but from the point of view of data management. The paper does, of course, cover the legal aspects of GDPR but the emphasis is on information management. For example, what is the impact for analytics, for DevOps, for test data management and archiving? What are the implications for master data management and data governance? Even more basic issues – for example, with respect to database technology and taking back-ups, are also considered. The paper also discusses the use of technologies such as data profiling and data masking to help to meet the requirements of GDPR.