The Cyber Wales, Data Protection and Ethics cluster exists to showcase best practice, whilst providing a community resource for individuals and businesses alike. We want to bridge the gap between traditional IT and Data Protection, speakers are challenged to drop the jargon and inspire us all to think differently.
Event Title: A New hope
It has been a period of isolation with years of online events. Yet, there is a new hope, as we enter a period of re-connecting face to face. We are very excited to relaunch our in-person Data Protection and Ethics series of events, with the first being in Llay Wrexham. Hurrah!
Register to attend in person (limited availability), or join the event online via Teams.
14:30 Arrival and Networking
14:45 Chris Roberts – A Cyber Wales Welcome
15:00 Camilla Winlo
Making user-centered privacy work for you
Head of Data Privacy at Gemserv, Camilla is an experienced leader and a regular media commentator noted for her commercial, pragmatic and strategic view of data privacy issues. Key achievements include winning Best Privacy by Design at the DMA Awards and Best Privacy and Data Ethics Initiative at the DataIQ awards, both for work with WarnerMedia and DQM GRC. Prior to moving into data privacy, she was a senior marketer and part of the leadership teams that launched three new financial services brands to market in response to regulatory change.
15:30 Tim Burnett
Security Architect at Costain Group, Tim is an experienced information security consultant, advocating a business-led approach to risk awareness, data protection and threat mitigation. Following 12 years’ experience working across a broad range of network infrastructure and IT systems, from the days when the IT manager really did “do it all”, he has accrued over 20 years’ experience working in information security and data protection, in a range of roles including technical consultancy, UK CISO of a large multi-national, consultancy and advisory services, and DPO of a customer-facing UK & New Zealand based company. He is currently working as a security consultant in a large UK civil engineering company.
16:00 Tim Turner
Director at 2040 Training and the chap behind DPO Daily. Tim has worked on Data Protection, Freedom of Information (FOI) and Information Rights law since 2001. He started at the Information Commissioner’s Office as a Policy Manager on FOI issues, just after the 2000 FOI Act was passed. He has worked with central and local government, wrote guidance and policies for the Commissioner and has spoken at a number of conferences and events. Tim has been Data Protection & Freedom of Information Officer for two councils as well an Information Governance Manager for an NHS organisation. He ran his first training course in June 2005, when his employer at the time gave him permission to run a few courses on the side, as long as it didn’t cause any disruption.
16:30 Thank you for attending, networking opportunity for those present
This event will be run as a hybrid event with an on-premise meeting complimented by a Teams dial-in facility.
The on premise meeting will be held at Best Companies, Hamilton House, Rackery Lane, Llay, Wrexham LL12 0PB. Maximum of 45 people and free parking available onsite.
Teams invite for the dial-in to follow