Date: February 21, 2024
Time: 3:00 PM CET | 9:00 AM EST | 7:30 PM IST
Topic: Data Privacy and Compliance: Data Governance Framework for Effective Data Management
Abstract: In the current digital landscape, regulations and compliance for data privacy are non-negotiable due to vast amounts of sensitive information being generated and processed globally. Security leaders must stay abreast of any potential threat to their information security architecture, as regulations directly impact the security policy. Today’s organizations must establish a robust data governance framework for effective data management and safeguarding privacy. A comprehensive data governance framework begins with defining a clear data collection, storage, and sharing approach. This includes defining the purpose of data collection, specifying the data types collected, and ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and industry-specific standards. This webinar explains the importance of data protection and how a company can achieve it. It also explores how implementing access control, regular audits, and assessments, regular updates, employee awareness training programs, etc., can protect data from unauthorized access or breaches. These steps ensure the safety of a company’s sensitive data and foster a cybersecurity culture within the organization.
- Importance of data protection from a compliance viewpoint
- Establishing a holistic compliance framework for data protection
- Implementing governance, risk, and compliance framework across all IT environments
- Importance of rainbow tables and its functioning
- Establishing and managing BCDR policies
Ljubica Pendaroska, Data Protection, Privacy and Data Management Consultant
Ljubica Pendaroska is a recipient of Cybersecurity Top 50 Women of Influence Europe for 2021 & 2019, a senior expert consultant, international trainer, and speaker in data management, personal data protection, and privacy. She is also the founder and president of Women4Cyber North Macedonia, part of the international cybersecurity community.
She has served and led various projects as a senior expert at international bodies, such as the European Union, the World Bank, the UN, and UNICEF. Further, she has also governed data management and personal data establishment and operation within fast-growing public and private sector entities in Europe and Middle Eastern countries. Based on the tailored training program she has built in her fields of expertise, she has also trained relevant employees within various future–and vision-oriented companies. Geographically, her work primarily focuses on Europe and the Middle East, with a key focus on the EU, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, and Oman.
*Examples, analysis, views and opinion shared by the speakers are personal and not endorsed by EC-Council or their respective employer(s)