IDC Future of Trust - Sweden

Building digital trust:​ Identity, Privacy and Data Security

DIGITAL FORUM | Sweden | March 10, 2021
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Building Digital Trust: Identity, Privacy and Data Security

Digital trust is now essential to future business success and has become a business imperative as organizations accelerate their digital transformation strategies to meet the new reality. Identity, privacy and data security are the foundational pillars to building the trusted enterprise. 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, customer loyalty, supply chain integrity and operational efficiency.


The Future of Trust is defined 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, Risk, Compliance, Privacy, and 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


IDC's Future of Trust Roadshow 2021, will provide a review of industry trends across identity, privacy and data security, and share best practices and insight into technology solutions to consider in your strategic planning towards a trusted enterprise.


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

Thomas Karlsson

Conference Director, Events

Building Digital Trust:​ Identity, Privacy and Data Security

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

The concept of digital trust is rapidly becoming a business imperative in the digital era. Security is one component of that, as the barrier between data integrity and compromise, fundamental for building digital trust. But trust encompasses so much more. From privacy and compliance to sustainability; from ecommerce to trusted ecosystems; and from ethics and transparency to brand reputation and loyalty. At the same time, traditional approaches to security, identity, risk, compliance and privacy are facing challenges both in scope and scale as the pandemic and the next normal have catapulted us into fully digital engagement models.


Protecting critical data across hybrid environments

Patrick Grillo

Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, Fortinet

How a network is secured needs to change as networks themselves have changed.  Because they are made up from multiple, distinct entities – branch, campus, data center and cloud – security has traditionally followed the same methodology. But user, device and application mobility require that security take a different approach – a single, contiguous security posture across the whole of the network.  Whether working from home or at an SD-WAN connected branch office, accessing applications either on-premises and in the cloud, organizations cannot afford any lapse in their security posture.


This session will focus on how to achieve consistent protection across the hybrid environment that is today’s modern network.


CISOs, Complexity, Containment (and other C-words)

Thom Langford

Security Advocate, SentinelOne

The traditional paradigm of investing in protection of known threats alone has been declining over recent years, as attackers become more adaptable and capable. Combine this with increased threats and attacker ingenuity it is small wonder that a CISO’s role has become more complex. This leads to the inevitability of a security incident where the complex environments and inventive attacks collide.

This presentation looks at three fundamentals:

  • Why traditional protective approaches are no longer effective enough.
  • How complexity has made the CISO’s ability to respond more difficult.
  • The importance of automation in the response process to address this paradigm shift CISOs no face.

GDPR at Axfood

Elin Ryrfeldt

CISO, Axfood

At this session you will get a brief overview of how we’ve structured our Data Privacy work at Axfood and how we have approached a number of practical challenges.


Data Ethics: Moving Beyond Privacy

Tom Southern

Country Offering Lead, OneTrust

Promoting a culture of trust that strengthens your brand both internally and externally is no easy feat. Identifying, monitoring and mitigating risk across your business and third parties, as well as creating policies, procedures, and codes of conduct across different stakeholders and business units requires ethics to be placed at the centre of an organisation's practices. In this session, we will discuss the practicalities of building an ethics and compliance program, examining key issues around whistleblowing, third party due diligence, data risk management, and awareness training.


Riding the digital wave with trust

Kieran Hernon

VP Sales EMEA, Entrust

With Digital Transformation accelerating at an unprecedented pace you are faced with a whole new set of challenges in securing your organization to meet demanding consumer requirements. 

Today more than ever, people demand seamless, secure experiences, whether they’re crossing borders, making a purchase, accessing egovernment services or logging into corporate networks.

When it comes to enabling secure identities, payments and data. Who do you trust?


Future is so bright you need shades – Enabling business with digital security

Unlock the maximum potential from trusted cryptography 

Best practise: how encryption and identity can help build trust throughout your organization



Roundtable Session (Parallel Sessions)

Roundtable 1

10:35 - 10:50

Securing the Future of Work with Cyber AI

Marley Hasselbach

Account Director & Team Lead, Darktrace

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

Roundtable 2

10:35 - 10:50

Securing Your Organization: Traditional vs. Crowdsourced Penetration Testing

Peter Blanks

Chief Product Officer, Synack

Michelle Welch Fuller

Senior Customer Success Manager EMEA, Synack

Jan Horsager

Research Director, IDC

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Transforming from Zero Trust to Continuous Trust

Roger Sels

Vice President, Solutions, EMEA, BlackBerry

Chaos and confusion dominated enterprise security even before the COVID-19 pandemic. The exponential increase of endpoints in organizations combined with the explosive growth in the number and sophistication of cybersecurity threats as well as the proliferation of point-to-point solutions put tremendous pressure on IT and IS teams. The pandemic then created a massive – often inexperienced – remote workforce overnight. To keep the business afloat, legacy approaches were extended to the whole organization, resulting in higher costs, risks and complexity. We find ourselves in the next stage where we need to optimize our security posture and the value the controls offer. Reducing costs or increasing effectiveness and efficiency remains important due to the economic outlook. This situation allows us to critically assess the sustainability and resilience provided by our legacy best practices and to contemplate emerging best practices.


This session explores new ways of measuring and managing cyber risk to secure the modern “work from anywhere” environment that will allow the organization to regain agility for the business. 



Digital Trust & Managing Digital Risk

Erik Blomberg

CISO, Handelsbanken

Cybercrime – Armageddon

Jan Olsson

Kriminalkommissarie, Nationellt It-Brottscentrum SC3

Vad kostar cyberkriminaliteten egentligen samhället,  är det verkligen ett problem, hur går dessa digitaliserade brott till och kan man ens skydda sig? är frågor som jag tar upp och försöker svara på!


How do you handle international transfer of personal data after Schrems II?

Sofia Edvardsen

VD/Grundare, Affärsjurist, Sharp Cookie Advisors AB

What does Identity mean in a Privacy-Focused World?

Ralf Helkenberg

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

Thank you for today

Thomas Karlsson

Conference Director, Events



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General Information


March 10, 2021


08:30 - 12:00 CET

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Conference Manager

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Peer Jensen

Sales Director, IDC Nordic

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