'Data is everywhere, unfortunately the security team can’t be'

For many, data is now a primary asset. However, managing the spectacular amount of sensitive information generated by large organisations across teams, technologies, and countries creates a problem. This is compounded by multiple clouds and access management solutions.

Without unified management, data becomes untrustworthy and inconsistent – leading to costly flawed analytics and poor decision-making. Just as importantly, it puts you at risk of breaching a changing raft of data privacy regulations across multiple territories. Unfortunately, even for isolated incidents, the outcomes for security leaders are severe.

Join a network of your peers and OneTrust to discuss how fragmented organisations can bring together security, legal and data protection teams to identify and mitigate the data risk hiding in plain sight. Paul De Luca will oversee this typically honest RANT debate at the picturesque Boardroom at Fortnum & Mason on Thursday 21st September.


Bubbly Reception
Seated Welcome & Introduction
Roundtable Discussion
Dinner & Continued Discussion
Event Close

Our Speakers

Joseph Byrne
Joseph Byrne
Principal Solutions Engineer
Paul De Luca
Paul De Luca
Head of Cyber Risk
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Our Proud Partner

OneTrust empowers tomorrow’s leaders to succeed through trust and impact. The Trust Intelligence Platform from OneTrust connects privacy, GRC, ethics, and ESG teams, data, and processes, so all companies can collaborate seamlessly and put trust at the center... of their operations and culture. More than 12,000 customers use OneTrust to unlock value and thrive by doing what's good for people and the planet.

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Fortnum & Mason
181 Piccadilly, St. James's, London, England - W1A 1ER

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