IDC Identity and Privacy Conference Building Digital Trust: Identity, Privacy and Data Security

DIGITAL Event | Hopin | September 9, 2021

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IDC Identity and Privacy Conference 2021 is the top virtual privacy and security event in the UK for security and privacy leaders looking to learn about the latest market trends, best practices and technology solutions to consider in cybersecurity, identity and access management, data privacy(GDPR) and digital trust enablement.

Gaining and retaining trust from customers, partners, and public opinion is now essential to future business success and has become a business imperative as organizations accelerate their digital transformation strategies. Organisations are contending with a complex and rapidly changing global environment of data privacy regulations, compliance requirements, transformative technologies and an ever-growing threat landscape. Identity, privacy and data security management technology will prove indispensable in delivering that trust. But technology alone is insufficient. To drive business value, technology must be accompanied by process and culture changes.

Going forward trust programmes will need to evolve and incorporate values-based goals such as business ethics and corporate social responsibility, as well as supporting business outcomes: transparency, brand reputation, consumer trust, supply chain integrity and operational resiliency. To get there, security teams must engage with lines of business and consider the evolving business landscape to better support people and process. This is a clear means by which, if they get this right, security can support business outcomes and elevate their influence.

Join IDC on September 9 to learn more and discuss:

  • Digital trust and managing digital risk
  • Managing digital identities
  • Authentication: balancing security and user experience
  • What does identity mean in a privacy-focused world?
  • Protecting critical data across hybrid cloud environments
  • Data discovery: building a single source of truth for your data
  • Pseudonymization: unlocking insight from protected data
  • Cryptographic key management

Event Highlights


We would like to thank all the delegates and the partners who participated at this event.

A selected group of IT and business leaders came together to network and learn from IDCs analysts, inspiring speakers and dedicated advisory board members, who were at the forefront of the lively and interactive discussion.

If you missed the event or if you would like more information on any of the topics we discussed, click the button below to watch a recording or access the post-event content.


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General Information

 

Hopin Conference

 

September 9, 2021

 

09:30 - 15:00 GMT

 

Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
9:15

Join Hopin

9:30

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Dan Timberlake

Group Vice President & Country Manager, IDC UK
9:40

IDC Keynote: Building Digital Trust: Identity, Privacy and Data Security

Ralf Helkenberg

Research Manager, European Privacy & Data Security, Research Manager - Privacy & Data Security, IDC UK
10:05

Platinum Keynote: Identifying your Endpoint Data in Real-Time Across the Enterprise

Andy El Maghraby

Director, Technical Solutions Engineering, Tanium

When you are in the middle of a crisis, time matters, and it is important to be able to understand your environment in real-time and at any scale .

At Tanium we are building the foundation to give you insights into your endpoints as well as your data and enable you to control your environment.

Building a single source of truth in any enterprise especially in the field of IT operations and security is a not an easy task. It’s only getting worse with all recent transformational challenges, the continuous migrations and the size of growing borderless networks.

10:30

Platinum Keynote: Incident Management - Building Trust from the Inside Out

Vipul Asher

Security Lead, OneTrust

Breaches bring to mind big headline-grabbing incidents and of course it is important to prepare for these, but incident management goes beyond disaster response. Smaller privacy occurrences require incident management - for example, do your colleagues know what to do if an email is sent to the wrong recipient? Risks aren’t limited to big-ticket incidents and being ready to respond helps create an open culture of trust and preparedness across your organization.

We'll discuss:

·     Real examples of what constitutes an incident or breach and what to do when one takes place

·     Best practices for your response plan and how to demonstrate your readiness

·     Lessons learned from the fines and penalties resulting from recent breaches and incidents

10:55

Platinum Keynote: Trusting the Un-trustable: How to Remotely Verify the Integrity and Identity of Edge-to-Cloud Software

Andrew Jessup

Director of Product Management, Security Engineering, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

As both users and software systems have become widely dispersed, "zero trust" has become a rallying cry to make sure those software systems operate securely. But when software is distributed to a remote data center, cloud environment, or edge appliance out in the field, how can its integrity -- and therefore trustworthiness -- be determined? Join us as we explore Project Aurora, a framework developed by security researchers at HPE to protect and ensure "trustworthiness" of critical assets in distributed customer environments.

11:20

SCREEN BREAK/COFFEE BREAK

11:35

End User Keynote: Phil, Don't Go Out For Lunch!

Julia Harris

Information Security Assurance and Compliance Director - Flight Centre

Authentication and Privacy issues – real world examples of the challenges of getting 2 Factor Authentication implemented across the business.  Examples taken from across my years of experience, to provide some ideas to provoke discussion and to aid those about to start the journey.

12:00

Panel Discussion - Moderated by Ralf Helkenberg

Ralf Helkenberg

Research Manager, European Privacy & Data Security, Research Manager - Privacy & Data Security, IDC UK

Andy El Maghraby

Director, Technical Solutions Engineering, Tanium

Vipul Asher

Security Lead, OneTrust

Andrew Jessup

Director of Product Management, Security Engineering, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Julia Harris

Information Security Assurance and Compliance Director - Flight Centre
12:20

Platinum Keynote: Securing the Identity of your Workforce, Today and Tomorrow.

Barry McMahon

Senior Manager - Global Product Marketing (Identity & Remote Support Solutions), LastPass By LogMeIn

Securing the business does not need to cause additional friction for the end user, yet unfortunately, that’s what often happens. Enforcing blanket security solutions that offer little to no flexibility for the end users can carry the consequence of security blind spots. This results in one of the biggest challenges for security leaders: How to influence the workforce to do the right thing, even when no one is watching?

Join this LastPass by LogMeIn session to hear how you can improve your security posture, reduce friction for end users, and help the business scale securely.

12:45

121 Meetings with Delegates

13:05

Platinum Keynote: How to build Digital Trust & Better Experiences?

Max Faun

Head of EMEA Business Value Consulting, Okta

2020 & 2021 pushed the notion of trust to the forefront of all our lives. It made customer trust in brands acutely important to the bottom line amidst severe economic realities. It also forced many organisations to overcome long-standing reservations around trusting their employees to work from home and to place their faith in digital channels to serve their customers.

 

The key questions which will be addressed in this talk will be:

  • What is the quickest route to building and enhancing productivity, loyalty and engagement—not just among employees and partners but customers also?
  • What can brands, businesses and government organisations be doing to build digital trust?
  • What role do security tools and policies play in building digital trust?

 

13:30

Tech Talk 1: Maintain Trust and Drive Innovation in a Hybrid World

Sian John

Senior Director of Security Business Development and Strategic Growth, Microsoft

In this session, Siân John MBE, Senior Director of Security Business Development and Strategic Growth at Microsoft, will explore some of the challenges we face in a hybrid working world. We’ll discuss the need to provide service identity and control of the environment that goes beyond identification and authentication, and find out how you can:

·       Provide a functional and open identity perimeter that incorporates the principles of zero trust

·       Monitor activity of insiders to detect and respond to potential risk – whether accidental or malicious

·       Protect your data without compromising productivity

·       Detect and respond to risks with speed with increased visibility and monitoring of your entire estate

13:50

Tech Talk 2: Fraud and Friction in the Digital Age

Josh Goldfarb

Director of Product Management, F5

Improving topline revenue and reducing bottom-line losses by delivering application security, anti-fraud and efficient user experience for web and mobile applications is a core mission for Shape Security, now part of F5.

In this session, we will discuss how to ensure that risk and fraud management remain effective and business resilient in and increasingly digitalized environment, and emerging threat landscape. We will also explore some initiatives that you must drive to combat the increase in fraud, that has become more prevalent since the start of the pandemic.

14:05

Panel Discussion - Moderated by Mark Child

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

Barry McMahon

Senior Manager - Global Product Marketing (Identity & Remote Support Solutions), LastPass By LogMeIn

Max Faun

Head of EMEA Business Value Consulting, Okta

Sian John

Senior Director of Security Business Development and Strategic Growth, Microsoft

Josh Goldfarb

Director of Product Management, Shape Security, part of F5
14:25

IDC Key Takeaways and Future Predictions

Ralf Helkenberg

Research Manager, European Privacy & Data Security, Research Manager - Privacy & Data Security, IDC UK

Romain Fouchereau

Research Manager, IDC

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

Claudio Stahnke

Senior Research Analyst, European Security Services, IDC UK
14:35

End of Digital Forum ¦ One to One Meeting With Delegates

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Event Producer - Conferences, IDC UK

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