IDC Future of Trust - Nordic

Are you a trustworthy partner in the long run?

DIGITAL FORUM | March 15, 2022
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The future of trust programs 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, customer loyalty, supply chain integrity and operational efficiency.

At IDC we define the Future of Trust as the condition that enables decisions to be made between two or more entities that reflects the level of confidence (risk and reputation) between parties.

The five components of trust that comprise the core elements of trust are: Security, RiskCompliancePrivacyand Social Responsibility and Ethics.

Trust by itself is not an outcome; the five components of trust are implemented as a hierarchy of trust to create differentiated impact of the value of the organization; these are called trust outcomes.

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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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Welcome by IDC

Charlotte Thygesen Poulsen

VP, Events and GMS - Nordic & Benelux

The New Era of Digital Trust through Cyber Resilience and Data Sovereignty

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

The CISOs Role in Driving Trust: Why it Matters, How to Define it, and What Success Looks Like

Joseph Byrne

Principal Solutions Engineer, OneTrust

Trust initiatives are becoming an increasingly important agenda item for executives and boards. More companies are naming chief trust officers, creating formalized trust initiatives, and measuring trust as a metric for themselves and their business partners. In this session, we will discuss the emergence of trust and what it means for the CISO. ​

Key Takeaways:

  • Explore the definition of trust and what it means to be a trusted organization.
  • Discuss the evolution of the CISO in driving trust initiatives and supporting trust outcomes.
  • Consider examples like ethical AI, trust in biometrics, and zero trust architecture.
  • Discuss successful practices in setting trust objectives, adopting trust frameworks, and establishing trust metrics.



Build trust by maturing your Security Operations Capabilities

Robin Crohns

Senior Security Sales Engineer, Splunk

Every organisation need a security operations capability to maintain trust in digital systems and identities where the world becomes more and more complex. You need "SOCs" and they need data! Here we will cover how Splunk is helping organisations mature and build trust in a world of security detection, analytics and automation.


Build Cyber Resilience Into Your Business

Nick Turner

Vice President Sales EMEA, Druva

Trust a compelling (human) need

Jan Horsager

Research Director, IDC

Antonio Martiradonna

CISO, Orkla

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One single source of truth in a multi-application world

Daniel Cosby

Director of Product Marketing, M-Files

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

Securing Your Digital Supply Chain with Better Data

Jarle Eek

Regional Director, RiskRecon

Supply chain issues are no longer only centered on material goods, digital supply chains are under attack by cybercriminals every day, with cyber events such as ransomware attacks or third-party data breaches threatening to shut down operations at any moment.

To gain complete visibility into threats facing your digital supply chain, you need a holistic view of your vendor ecosystem that provides you with real-time, actionable intelligence, allowing you to focus on the risk that matters most to your business. 

During this session, we will discuss how to:

  • Prioritize vendor risk based on business needs
  • Go beyond traditional assessment approaches
  • Onboard vendors faster and safer than ever before



Unifying endpoint strategies for 2022 and beyond

Romanus Prabhu Raymond

Global head of technical support, Endpoint management and security, ManageEngine

How to secure the business endpoints from known, unknown and real-time vulnerabilities? 

Recommending a realistic  approach in securing endpoints through the layered approach.


Legal update on the elements of created Trust

Sofia Edvardsen

VD/Grundare, Affärsjurist, Sharp Cookie Advisors AB

Key takeaways

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

Charlotte Thygesen Poulsen

VP, Events and GMS - Nordic & Benelux

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Registration Fee
Free of charge for end users

For More Information, contact: Charlotte Poulsen

Why Attend


Get a head start on the market with insights from our leading analysts


Get inspired by visionary speakers with locally based cases


Maximize your time with insights and solutions to grow your business thanks to 1-2-1 match-made agreements with leading suppliers


Be surprised by unique network opportunities with other IT leaders

IDC European Digital Forums Platform

The IDC European Digital Industry Forums will be run on an all-in-one live online events platform where attendees can learn, interact, and connect with people from anywhere in the world.



We will welcome you at our Digital Reception area where we will showcase the event schedule and our partners. We will guide you for a great time & a lot of exiting digital touch points.



You will get inspired by the professional stories shared by industry pioneers and IDC analysts. Our keynotes experts will answer questions, propose provoking online polls, take part in the chat and comment on what is happening. Everything is done live.



Learn about proven best practices through real-life case studies in moderated digital breakout sessions. This intimate experience is an opportunity to gain a clearer understanding of current organizations challenges.



Meet with peers to discuss common challenges and share concrete experiences thanks to our Networking feature using your webcam for up to 3 minutes.



Visit interactive booths leveraging digital content allowing you to explore key trends or discover more about innovative products.


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Charlotte Thygesen Poulsen

Vice President, Events and GMS, IDC Benelux,, IDC Nordic

+45 24446502

Peer Jensen

Senior Sales Director, IDC Northern Europe Region, IDC Nordic

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