Joint event between the Open Security Summit and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.

Speakers

Adam Leon Smith, David Clarke and James Bore.

Agenda

18:00 - Webinar starts
19:30 - Webinar ends

Synopsis

As per the Schrems II ruling the US is no longer an adequate country for EU personal data. BCS recently did a recent webinar on the legal aspects.

So far, the ICO guidance in the UK is to map your data flows in preparation for further guidance. To help companies with this, this webinar will be a joint event between the Open Security Summit and the BCS focussed on the data flows.

We'll be combining the legal aspects, with data labelling and threat modelling techniques, to produce an interactive event. We'll be discussing two key uses case (a) the use of US cloud providers for email services and (b) the use of US cloud providers for infrastructure.

About the speakers

Adam Leon Smith, BCS Fellow and CTO of Dragonfly

Adam is Chair of the BCS Software Testing specialist group and has previously collaborated with OSS on threat modelling of open source contact tracing applications.

David Clarke, BCS Fellow

David Clarke is the Founder of GDPR Technology Forum with over 19800 members and an internationally known GDPR and Security advisor. CTO at GDPRUK.EU. In the past, David held multiple security management positions such as Global Head of Security Service Delivery and Chief of Staff, Global Head of Product Enablement and Head of Security Infrastructure for Global FTSE 100 companies.

James Bore

Threat modelling trainer, MSc in Cyber Security and member of the Security Institute.

 

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

This event is brought to you by: Open Security Summit and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.

Webinar: Security Labels & Schrems II
Date and time
12 November, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Location


Webinar
Price
Free