May 25th 2018 | The National library of Latvia

The fifth annual data security forum Digital Era: EU GDPR and Data Security is the largest event in the Baltics, devoted to the General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR - adopted in 2016 by the European Union. The forum is organized by one of the most recognizable Baltic IT industry company that specializes in data and cyber security, Data Security Solutions and the Association of Latvian Certified Data Protection Officers in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and Data State Inspectorate of the Republic of Latvia.

Format of the event – presentations in Latvian (32), presentations in English (16), panel discussions in Latvian (2) and panel discussions in English (1), 2 panel discussions and 10 presentations in both languages. We kindly ask the participants to read the event agenda. Working language – English. Event language is Latvian and English.

Onsite participation only using corporative e-mail. For media accreditation please contact [email protected] Official event hashtag #DE2018GDPR

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Speakers

Dzintars Rasnačs

Dzintars Rasnačs
Minister of Justice of the Republic of Latvia

Raivis Kronbergs

Raivis Kronbergs
State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Latvia

Lāsma Dilba

Lāsma Dilba
Deputy director of Data State Inspectorate

Artjoms Krūmiņš

Artjoms Krūmiņš
Solution expert and advisor @ Also

Jekaterina Macuka

Jekaterina Macuka
Counsellor on Data Protection of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Latvia

Duncan Smith

Duncan Smith
trainer, lecturer, and program manager in Privacy, Information and Marketing law compliance

Chris Combemale

Chris Combemale
Co-Chair of Fedma, CEO of DMA UK

Agnese Boboviča

Agnese Boboviča
Certified Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Anett Mádi-Nátor

Anett Mádi-Nátor
Director of international operations, Cyber Services plc

Margaretha Eriksson

Margaretha Eriksson
GDPR and cybersecurity expert at Acando Consulting AB and IEEE Director for EMEA

Bernhard Bannasch

Bernhard Bannasch
Head of Division, Deputy Data Protection Commissioner of Saxony, Germany

Hany Choueiri

Hany Choueiri
CIPP/E, data protection and privacy expert

Agenda

09:00 - 09:30

Event opening (LV, EN)

Address by Dzintars Rasnačs, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Latvia, address by Jānis Endziņš, Chairman of the Board of the LCCI, address by the Latvian Association of Certified Personal Data Protection Specialists, address by Raivis Kronbergs, State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Latvia, the video greetings for the event from the European Commission, from Elvinas Jankevičius, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania, and from Urmas Reinsalu, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Estonia, the opening video of the event, musical performance.


09:30 - 10:00

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GDPR and customer trust: essential foundations of the Digital future (LV, EN)

The technology at the disposal of marketers is more powerful than ever. But with powerful technology comes great responsibility and marketers must ensure they create the ethical frameworks in which their technology can operate. As marketers, we’re the custodians of the technology that is powering the fourth industrial revolution. Marketers must act responsibly. Consumers expect this according to global research fielded in 10 countries on three continents. The industry must seize the opportunity of the GDPR, including the principles of accountability, legitimate interests and Code of Conducts to achieve the right balance between Privacy and Innovation.

Chris Combemale

10:00 - 10:30

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The bittersweet relationship between Blockchain and the GDPR (LV, EN)

During the talk "The bittersweet relationship between Blockchain and the GDPR", Silvan Jongerius will highlight and explain some of the key concepts behind blockchain, before diving into its challenges under the GDPR such as the right to be forgotten (on an immutable ledger), the undefined legal position and liability of nodes, network operators and developers, and explore what is actually (to be) considered personal data in a blockchain environment. Also the opportunities of blockchain, for example to give back control of the data to the user, and maintaining an immutable record and proof of data protection events will be highlighted, before the talk will conclude with a look into the future and thoughts on how blockchain may over-deliver on complying with the spirit of the GDPR, but not always the letter of the GDPR.

Silvan Jongerius

10:30 - 11:00

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Implementation of GDPR and control mechanisms of data protection institutions in Germany (LV, EN)

Implementation of the GDPR in Germany as a federal state comprised the Federation and 16 states. Numerous laws and sub-laws had to be adapted during the last two years. Now, legal certainty for all public and non-public institutions is hopefully realised. With regard to control mechanisms, the independent supervisory authorities are not only vested with new tasks but also with new investigative, corrective, authorisation and advisory powers. Each supervisory authority shall ensure that the imposition of administrative fines in respect of infringements of the GDPR shall in each individual case be effective, proportionate and dissuasive.

Bernhard Bannasch

11:30 - 12:00

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The impact of GDPR on the digital enterprise (LV, EN)

• What does a digital era data centric organisation “look & feel” like? • How does the successful data centric organisation navigate regulation • Digital Era critical success factor: The need for data standardization

Hany Choueiri

12:00 - 12:30

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Privacy by design (LV, EN)

What is Privacy by Design? The GDPR requirements before, during and after processing of personal data. How to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures? How to define which personal data are necessary for a specific purpose of processing? What amount of personal data to collect, process, and store, and for how long? What to do with old systems/applications? New systems/application?

Margaretha Eriksson

12:30 - 13:00

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Tackling the Challenges of Impelementing the GDPR in the Public Administration (LV, EN)

The GDPR contains numerous requirements with regard to the structure and process organisation of public administrative organisations. The „translation“ of the principles relating to processing of personal data into tangible technical and organizational measures is presumably as demanding as the interpretation of the GDPR itself. The session will focus on the legal, organisational and technical aspects of this implementation process.

Dr Moritz Karg

13:00 - 14:00

PANEL DISCUSSION (LV, EN)

GDPR - how other EU countries handle the challenge?


14:00 - 14:30

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Technology for Marketing: How GDPR is shaping the future (LV, EN)

How GDPR has exposed a lack of functionality in CRM systems, Email Service providers and systems integration and the opportunity this presents. Lessons learned and 'medals earned' through implementing GDPR transition programs across a wide variety of SME and multi-national organisations.

Duncan Smith

14:30 - 15:00

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Putting Privacy by Design Principles into Practice (LV, EN)

Over the recent few years, we have witnessed some of the highest profile data breaches and incidents from Yahoo to Uber, from Equifax to Talktalk. Some of these breaches remained undetected, unreported or unknown for various reasons. A good proportion of these incidents could have been prevented or handled in a much less costly and much less distressing way by using the Privacy by Design principles.

Adil Akkus

15:00 - 15:30

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GDPR from the perspective of how it may clear up the digital market (LV, EN)

Approaching GDPR from the perspective of how it may clear up the digital market. Starting from strategic motivations to possible consequences to how the EU market seems a safe haven to 3rd country service providers, which is a significant added value that EU is able to offer in the after-GDPR era. (Clarifications may help when it is so easy is to misunderstand GDPR.)

Anett Mádi-Nátor

16:00 - 16:30

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ECSO: A public-private partnership providing a holistic approach to cybersecurity in Europe (LV, EN

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Eda Aygen

16:30 - 18:00

PANEL DISCUSSION (LV, EN)

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11:30 - 12:00

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Personas datu apstrādes principi un tiesiskais pamats (LV)

Personas datu apstrādes principi un tiesiskais pamats ir datu aizsardzības sistēmas pamats. Ir svarīgi apzināties, kuri principi būtu jāievēro, apstrādājot personas datus. Katram pārzinim ir jāzina, kas ir personas datu apstrādes tiesiskais pamats un kurus tiesiskus pamatus paredz GDPR. Ir svarīgi pareizi nošķirt apstrādes tiesiskus pamatus, un proti, kādos gadījumos dati tiek apstrādāti, lai izpildītu līgumu vai īstenotu pārziņa leģitīmas intereses, un kur apstrādes pamats ir subjekta piekrišana. Kā saņemt piekrišanu personas datu apstrādei? Vai uz visām dzīves jomām attiecas Vispārējā datu aizsardzības regula? Datu apstrāde personiskajām vajadzībām ir izņēmums. Izņēmumi ir paredzēti žurnālistikas vajadzībām, statistikai, arhīvu veidošanai un pētniecībai.

Jekaterina Macuka

12:00 - 12:30

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Datu aizsardzības ābece: atšķirība starp personas datu un īpašo datu kategorijas datu apstrādi (LV)

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Agnese Boboviča

12:30 - 13:00

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“Privātums pēc noklusējuma” principi informācijas sistēmu izstrādē (LV)

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Artis Ābolts

13:00 - 14:00

PANEL DISCUSSION (LV)

GDPR juridiskie aspekti


14:00 - 14:30

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Pārziņa un apstrādātāja pienākumi (LV)

Uz kurām kompānijām attiecās GDPR? Kas būtu jādara pārzinim, lai atbilstu Regulas prasībām? Pārzinim būtu jāpārskata, kuri dati no cilvēkiem tiek vākti un kā tie tiek izmantoti, nosakot apstrādes tiesisko pamatu, apstrādes mērķi, glabāšanas termiņus. Apstrādes reģistra izveidošanas priekšnoteikumi un tajā ievietojama informācija. Kādos gadījumos jāveic ietekmes novērtējums un kādos gadījumos ir jāalgo datu aizsardzības speciālists. Datu subjekta informēšanas pienākuma racionāla izpilde un problēmsituāciju risināšana. Sertifikācijas un rīcības kodeksu mehānismu īstenošana un to izmantošanas priekšrocības.

Jekaterina Macuka

14:30 - 15:00

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Kopējie pārziņi, to attiecības (LV)

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Ivo Krievs

15:00 - 15:30

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Trūkumu konstatēšanas kārtība (LV)

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Gints Puškundzis

16:00 - 16:30

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Nolūku savietojamība (LV)

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Aleksandrs Zimecs

16:30 - 17:00

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Iekšējais audits: kopīgi sasniedzot atbilstību GDPR (LV)

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Kārlis Majevskis

11:30 - 12:00

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Ja DVI rīt mani pieņems darbā, kā es auditētu uzņēmumus, lai iekasētu sodu (LV)

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Artjoms Krūmiņš

12:00 - 12:30

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Kā pieņemt pretendentu darbā, ievērojot GDPR? (LV)

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Anna Vladimirova-Krjukova

12:30 - 13:00

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GDPR - riska cena (LV)

The different risks related to GDPR non-compliance each come with their own “price”: ● The price of risk control - The cost of enabling your company to avoid or reduce the risk of being non-compliant with GDPR guidelines. ● The price of financing risk - The cost of being able to retain or transfer (insure) that risk. The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) becomes EU law on 25 May, 2018. This landmark set of regulations will encode the rights of persons within the EEA with regards to the collection and dissemination of their personal information by businesses. It will effectively increase the amount of access and control individuals have both to and over their personal information. The increased control that is to be afforded individuals after May 25 carries with it increased risks for companies who collect personal information. Those risks in turn, each carry a potentially substantial price tag. The Price of Risk Control: Providing individuals access to data is an inherently risky endeavor and will require companies to develop new, proprietary software regimes and access protocols as well as new work processes. There will also need to be constant compliance monitoring. All these things will cost money. The Price of Financing Risk - Data mining is conducted by businesses and individuals in order to uncover information that may be financially useful to them. Far from eliminating this practice the GDPR may instead open up new avenues through which these types of attacks take place. It is imperative that companies protect data against this next generation cyber threat and protect themselves against the potential costs of such an attack. Those potential costs include the GDPR’s €20 million fines as well as both individual and class action lawsuits.

Lauris Kļaviņš

14:00 - 14:30

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Privātuma pārvaldības dzīves cikls (LV)

Privātuma pārvaldība ir process, kuram ir sākums, taču beigu tam nav. Šobrīd nepamatoti bieži tiek aizmirsts, ka atbilstība Vispārīgai datu aizsardzības regulai būs jānodrošina nepārtraukti un ar vienu auditu vai dažiem sagatavotiem dokumentiem ir daudz par mazi. ("To be compliant with GDPR = never ending process!")

Arnis Puksts

14:30 - 15:00

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Juridisko risinājumu minimums atbilstības Vispārīgās datu aizsardzības regulas prasībām nodrošināšanai (LV)

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Dainis Špeļs

15:00 - 15:30

Speaker

Datu regulas ieviešana: LMT pieredze (LV)

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Mārtiņš Pujats

16:00 - 17:00

PANEL DISCUSSION (LV)

Jaunā regula - ko tas nozīmē LV, Baltijas un ES ekonomikai?


11:30 - 12:00

Speaker

10 mīti par GDPR (LV)

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Jūlija Terjuhana

12:00 - 12:30

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Vispārīgā datu aizsardzības regula ir klāt - vai ir vēl laiks sagatavoties (LV)

Vispārīgā datu aizsardzības regula nenovēršami ir klāt, un tā attiecas uz visiem uzņēmumiem, kas apstrādā personas datus, neatkarīgi no to lieluma vai darbības jomas. Ko darīt tiem uzņēmumiem, kas vēl nav ieviesuši regulas prasības un tikai tagad sāk gatavoties? Kādi dokumenti ir jāizstrādā un kādi atbilstības nodrošināšanas pasākumi ir jāveic? Kādi ir būtiskākie un primārie uzdevumi, kas jāpaveic katram uzņēmumam?

Dr. Irēna Ņesterova

12:30 - 13:00

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VDAR ieviešanas gatavība uzņēmumos un pārvaldes iestādēs Latvijā: vispārīgi novērojumi un problēmas (LV)

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Māris Ruķers

14:00 - 14:30

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GDPR: Privacy matters (EN)

The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply from 25 May 2018. It concerns personal data and is a much tougher regime than the current one, not least because the regulators will be able to impose hefty fines. Amongst other things, it puts the spotlight on data security, places a strong emphasis on safe data flows (particularly when being transferred to third parties and exported out of the European Economic Area) and on the need for organisations to have robust governance in place (such as policies and procedures) to protect the personal data and the individuals concerned. Whilst it is not possible to zero out every risk, all organisations will need to make some changes and improvements to accommodate the regulation. This will demand a wide range of skills and expertise within businesses forces (including people with responsibilities in relation to IT, compliance, legal and audit) to combine forces and, importantly, board level involvement. The presentation will cover the main themes of the regulation and the key changes as against the current laws (such as the new principles of accountability and transparency, the concept of data protection by design and the rules breach notification), what this means in practice and the practical steps which organisations need to take in order to comply.

Anthony Lee

14:30 - 15:00

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Universities and GDPR alignment & the role of the DPO - what to do (EN)

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Anjeli Bajaj

15:00 - 15:30

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The development of information asset registers to meet Article 30 record keeping requirements (EN)

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Rachael Maguire

16:00 - 16:30

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Article 32: security of processing: a way how to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures (EN)

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Intars Garbovskis

16:30 - 17:00

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GDPR medicīnas nozarē - ieviešanas problemātika un izaicinājumi (LV)

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Linda Reneslāce

11:30 - 12:00

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Dati kā modernā nafta un 4. industriālā revolūcija (LV)

Visa pasaule šobrīd ir 4.industriālās revolūcijas ietekmē - robotizācija un mākslīgais intelekts rada jaunus biznesa produktus, pakalpojumus un attīstības moduļus, kas attīstās straujāk kā jebkad. Jauno biznesa produktu sirdī ir dati. Informācijas apjoms, kas tiek iegūts, apstrādāts un jaunradīts ir milzīgs. Līdz ar to dati ir ieguvuši patstāvīgu vērtību un to izmantošana ir peļņas avots. Lai būtu biznesa topā, ir jābūt piekļuvei datiem par cilvēku paradumiem, vajadzībām un interesēm, kas nosaka cilvēka vēlmi tērēt savu naudu un ieguldīt savus līdzekļus. Bankas, interneta un "parastie" veikali, dažādi pakalpojumu sniedzēji iegūst datus, apmainās ar tiem un tos izmanto. Arī valsts, lai īstenotu savus uzdevumus - gan sniedzot pakalpojumus, gan nodrošinot sabiedrisko kārtību - apstrādā ievērojamu datu apjomu. Vai VDAR ir atbilde, lai nerastos "1984" riski?

Laila Medina

12:00 - 12:30

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Latvijas nacionālā gatavība un paveiktais gatavojoties GDPR piemērošanai (LV)

Vispārīgās datu aizsardzības regulas (Regula) piemērošana tiek uzsākta 2018. gada 25. maijā. Regula satur deleģējumu dalībvalstīm veidot normatīvo regulējumu attiecīgajā jomā arī nacionālajā līmenī un satur noteiktus uzdevumus dalībvalstīm sevišķus noteikumus noteikt savā nacionālajā regulējumā. Būtiskākie elementi Latvijas nacionālajā personas datu apstrādes regulējumā - datu uzraudzības iestāde, datu aizsardzības speciālisti, sertifikācija un rīcības kodeksi un īpašas apstrādes situācijas.

Olga Zeile

12:30 - 13:00

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GDPR ieviešana valsts iestādē - pieredzes stāsts (LV)

Ikvienas iestādes un uzņēmuma vadītāja pienākums ir nodrošināt Vispārējās datu aizsardzības regulas (Regula) prasību ievērošanu, valsts pārvaldes iestāde nav izņēmums. Arī es savā iestādē esmu veicis visus nepieciešamos pasākumu priekšdarbus, lai nodrošinātu fizisko personu datu vākšanu, apstrādi, aizsardzību un nodošanu to citiem. Šis process bija izaicinājumiem bagāts, bet uztveru to kā kultūras maiņu. “Viss sākās ar Tevi un tikai tad seko pārējais”, vienmēr atsaucos uz šo kāda cilvēka, kurš jau ir vēsture frāzi, un tā ir mana dzīves devīze!

Raivis Kronbergs

14:00 - 14:30

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Kāda būs DVI politika attiecībā uz piespiedu pasākumu piemērošanu (LV)

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Lāsma Dilba

14:30 - 15:00

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Vispārīgās datu aizsardzības regulas mijiedarbība ar nacionālajiem normatīvajiem aktiem (LV)

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Kristīne Puķēna

15:00 - 15:30

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Lithuanian experience and preparations for application of the GDPR (EN)

It is a historic moment in the field of personal data protection and a new era begins with GDPR. Both public institutions and companies faced many challenges while getting ready for application of the GDPR. A lot of work has been done already in order to comply with the requirements of the GDPR but ensuring this compliance is a never-ending process. Besides, public institutions are not only important data controllers but also the ones responsible for drafting and adopting laws and other legal acts necessary for application of the GDPR. Main ideas of these laws will be shortly presented.

Indrė Skersytė

16:00 - 16:30

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Implementing GDPR - comparing global and small corporation experiences (EN)

How to implement GDPR privacy requirements in a global, US-based organization compared to implementing the same requirements in a small, fast growing corporation in Sweden.

Margaretha Eriksson

16:30 - 17:00

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GDPR sodu aprēķināšana: Konkurences tiesību pieredze (LV)

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Katrīne Pļaviņa

11:30 - 12:00

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Veritas way to GDPR compliance (EN)

We will show you simple and effective tools how to gain GDPR compliance. Tools, that already using number of companies around Baltic's.

Geoff Greenlaw

12:00 - 12:30

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Accountability, Data Subject Rights and International Data Transfers under the GDPR (EN)

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Andrea Simandi

12:30 - 13:00

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The most painful way to implement GDPR (EN)

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Marcin Spychala

14:00 - 14:30

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Early detection of PII security incidents with behavioral analysis and security management automation (EN)

The problem known as the “breach detection gap” is a main reason of most serious security breaches. According to current publicly available reports about security breaches (e.g., Microsoft’s Advanced Threat Analytics), the median number of days attackers stay within a company network before detection goes over 40 days (i.e., from 40 to more than 240 days in different sources). In 40 days cybercriminals can discover and steal sensitive data, including PII covered by GDPR.

Mariusz Stawowski

14:30 - 15:00

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Extending the power of e-mail (EN)

•Keeping e-mails private •Removing file size limits •Bringing compliance

Achim Brinkmann

15:00 - 15:30

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GDPR-compliant enterprise messaging instead of a whatsapp-problem (EN)

Most enterprises currently have a Whatsapp problem as part of the shadow IT. While Whatsapp simplifies the communication and increases the productivity, it causes data protection, security and compliance issues. Especially with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the business risks are high. In the presentation we will describe how enterprises can solve the Whatsapp problem, increases productivity and improves team communication, but at the same time ensure security, data protection and GDPR-compliance.

Tobias Stepan

16:00 - 16:30

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GDPR from the hacking point of view (EN)

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Csaba Virág

11:30 - 12:30

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Mūsdienu tehnoloģiju riski jūsu ikdienas gaitās (LV)

Mūsdienās mums katram ir telefons, dators, e-pasts, konts sociālajos tīklos. Iespējams pat ir – viedais ledusskapis, vai viedauto. Izmantojot to sniegtās priekšrocības ir svarīgi apzināties arī riskus ko tas nes sev līdz. Apskatīsim skaļākos IT drošības notikumus pēdējos gados un kopīgi izdomāsim veidus kā no tiem aizsargāties.

Oskars Zīle

12:30 - 13:10

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Es - interneta lietotājs. Mana drošība = mana atbildība (LV)

Kam jāpievērš uzmanība dažādās sociālo tīklu platformās, praktiski padomi, kā pasargāt sevi un bērnus, drossinternets.lv ziņojumu līnijas pieredze - kādas ir tipiskākās kļūdas un problēmsituācijas?

Maija Katkovska

14:00 - 14:30

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Pasaule, kur lietas pieņem lēmumus (LV)

Cik daudz no savām ikdienas rūpēm mēs esam gatavi deleģēt "gudrajām lietām' (IoT), kādus jaunus izaicinājumus tas var radīt? Kur sākas un beidzas mūsu izvēles brīvība, un kāda varētu būt mūsu atbildība, lietojot šīs ierīces.

Egils Stūrmanis

14:30 - 15:00

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Drošība vs privātums (LV)

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Juris Matisāns

15:00 - 15:30

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Datu subjekta tiesības (LV)

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Lauris Linabergs

16.00 - 16.30

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Vai ir jāmaina mārketinga un online mārketinga ieradumi GDPR dēļ? (LV)

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Anna Vladimirova-Krjukova

11:30 - 12:00

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OWASP top 10 Latvijā (LV)

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Agris Krusts

12:00 - 12:30

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VDAR un tehnoloģijas - mīti un realitāte (LV)

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Juris Pūce

12:30 - 13:00

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Risinājumi IT infrastruktūras sagatavošanai un uzturēšanai atbilstoši GDPR prasībām (LV)

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Sarmīte Mickeviča

14:00 - 14:30

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No GDPR Breaches here, I’ve got a Firewall….. the Need for Secure Coding (EN)

The old adage and corny catchphrase “there are two types of organisation, those who know they’ve been hacked and those that don’t…” still continues to ring true. Why do we continue to place our hope in our existing layers and layers of infrastructure protection and our “defence in depth” and if by doing so why are we still suffering breaches and losing our data? Those on the dark side only have to be “lucky” once to gain access to your data, we have to be lucky all the time. What have we forgotten and what else should we be doing to redress some of the balance to increase our “luck” in the dawn of everything connected to everything else everywhere? There is one final frontier we have yet to conquer in our quest to stem the tide of ever increasing data breaches, the application. In this talk we will examine why application security still eludes many organisations, what we can do to improve the situation and the new nemesis which when combined with application security issues creates an even bigger headache….

Adrian Winckles

14:30 - 15:00

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Kā nodrošināt atbilstību GDPR ar SAP? (LV)

The survey found 75 percent of consumers are generally comfortable with retailers, news sites, streaming services, and service providers collecting personal data if they can control how it is used. Retailers and service providers that allow customers to dictate what personal data is collected and how it’s used are much more likely to earn each customer’s trust and loyalty. Welcome to SAP session and learn how SAP helping to their customers to be complient with GDPR regulation and what tools should be considered for SAP HANA, SAP SucessFactors, SAP Hybris, SAP ERP and S/4HANA software users.

Ainārs Bemberis

15:00 - 15:30

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Larger implications of (electronic) identity concepts (EN)

Different countries with their legal setup and different cultures within these countries have different views on the identity. That has implications what kind of services digitalization is possible and what kind of privacy protecting measures must be implemented. This does has clear consequences in the possibility of EU digital single market and for sure also in international arena.

Kalev Pihl

16:00 - 17:00

PANEL DISCUSSION (EN)

Privacy by design


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