eperi tackles ‘Minimising GDPR Scope and Compliance’ at Privacy & Data Protection Officers Summit 2017
Ravi Pather, SVP, eperi to talk about challenges and approaches to addressing GDPR compliance at prestigious event
LONDON, UK – 27 April 2017 – eperi GmbH, a leading provider of Cloud Data Protection (CDP) solutions will be attending the Privacy & Data Protection Officers Summit on 3-4 May 2017 at the Hilton London Olympia. The event brings together the finest DPO and Compliance leaders and solution innovators to consider approaches to the impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Ravi Pather, senior vice president of eperi will present ‘Minimising GDPR Scope & Compliance’ at 14:40 on the first day of the summit.
With GDPR implementation on the horizon, knowing what practical steps to take to ensure GDPR readiness is vital to establishing a strong privacy programme. Managing consent issues, getting the most out of your PIA and effectively mapping data are just a few of the key challenges facing privacy professionals. The Privacy & Data Protection Officers Summit offers privacy professionals extensive insight from the brightest minds in data security, including data protection and privacy leaders from Google, Sky, Mastercard, John Lewis and the ICO.
“Extensive data breaches are occurring almost daily so the protection of sensitive corporate data is now a legal and regulatory requirement for corporate governance,” said Ravi Pather, senior vice president at eperi. “We are already seeing GDPR being implemented along with the toughest standards on compliance and data security within the healthcare and financial services but it won’t stop there. As enterprises leverage cloud and SaaS applications, GDPR adds an additional layer of complexity and encryption has become the only secure answer to this problem.”
Pather will also discuss how data controllers are ultimately responsible for the protection of Personal Identifying Information (PII) and the role that GDPR ‘Centralisation’ and ‘Privacy by Design’ best practice concepts will play. He will teach attendees how to address such principles and remove the need for ‘data breach notification’, a key requirement for GDPR.
eperi’s software based solution encrypts critical data from a centralised point of control and ensures corporate governance so sensitive and confidential data is protected in a totally seamless and integrated manner. Servicing several hundred customers, eperi addresses data security, compliance and data control use cases for custom applications and leading Data Processor SaaS applications such as Office 365, Salesforce, ServiceNow among others.
eperi GmbH is a leading provider of Cloud Data Protection (CDP) solutions with several hundred customers addressing data security, compliance and data control use cases for custom applications and leading SaaS applications such as Office 365, Salesforce, ServiceNow and others.
As enterprises face significant legal and regulatory data compliance and data control challenges such as Data Residency, GDPR, PCI/DSS or HiPPA when leveraging the cloud and SaaS platforms, the eperi CDP solutions are helping address these data compliance and data control challenges through a range of cost effective software data protection solutions for most leading SaaS platforms. The eperi CDP solutions are unique in offering the broadest and deepest supports for cloud SaaS, applications, databases and files and are designed with a powerful template concept to support hundreds of different cloud SaaS applications.
This allows enterprises to accelerate the adoption of cloud SaaS whilst addressing these data security, compliance and data control needs in a manner that is seamless to user experience of the SaaS and never compromises the key data protection and data security principles: always ensuring that only the enterprise is in full control of its sensitive data.
Further information is available at www.eperi.de.
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