Data Protection Brunch – Johannesburg
March 18 @ 08:45 - 12:00 UTC+2R350
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
With a background in both networking and development, Ross has been in numerous executive roles in the enterprise software field. He has spent the better part of the last decade on Information Security committees and have seen a fair share of issues in that time! Ross has a particular passion for data privacy, having been a victim of identity theft and seeing first hand the impact of data breaches on both individuals and organisations. He aims to help organisations manage their data effectively, avoiding the pitfalls they may not be aware of.
Please join Ross for a Data Protection brunch on the 18th of March 2020 at the City Lodge Hotel, Waterfall, where he will be hosting a workshop on the anatomy of a data breach, how identity theft affects your clients, how the law (POPIA, GDPR) affects you, and what you can do to educate your teams around their responsibility in data protection. The event includes welcome coffee and brunch platters.
You will leave with knowledge of how the laws apply as well as some quick wins that you can implement as soon as you are back at the office! We will also conduct an interactive exercise on identifying your own company’s maturity level in Data Protection compliance.
Ross will be available after the event for any discussions that you do not wish to raise in an open forum.
Ross holds an MSc in the Management of Technology and is an EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker. He is a professional member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, and is the National President of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa. For more information on Ross’ consulting and profile, please visit his website at www.rossgsaunders.com or his LinkedIn profile at linkedin.com/in/rgsaunders.