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GDPR One Year On: What Does a Perfect Privacy Programme Look Like?
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One year on from the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), join Exonar and experts from the field in discussing ‘What does a perfect privacy programme look like?’

In this web conference we will hear from our panel of experts as they discuss:

  • What are the necessary components of an enterprise-level privacy programme?
  • How do we optimally assign roles and responsibilities within a privacy programme?
  • How can we most effectively create and manage accurate personal data inventory? (Article 30 – Records of Processing Activities)
  • How do we best monitor for GDPR compliance using both manual and technical controls?
  • What is the best way to deliver privacy training to our employees?
  • What are the most effective tools available to satisfy individual rights? I.e. Subject Access Requests (SARs), Right to be Forgotten, data deletion and retention.

In addition to discussion from the field, our panel will also discuss Exonar’s recent findings based on surveys of 100+ organisations and consumers into:

“What’s Next with Personal Data Inventory?” – Exonar have profiled 100+ organisations’ attempts to create personal data inventory. One year on we ask what monitoring and compliance actions they are now planning to take as a result.

“Consumer Attitudes to Subject Access Requests (SARs): A SARvey” – Exonar have surveyed 100+ consumers to assess their sentiment towards data privacy and the ability to exercise their privacy rights.

Host:
John Tsopanis, Data and Privacy Director, Exonar

Panelists:
Ralph O’Brien CIPM, Vice Chair UK Data Protection Forum, Principal Reinbo Consulting
Sophie Payne, Customer Success Lead and Data Scientist, Exonar
Ben Falk, CEO of Yo-Da, Your Data

Run time – 41 minutes.

 

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We make subject access requests simple – ‘How To’ Video

We know how expensive and disruptive subject access requests can be to your organisation. Exonar offers the SARlution allowing you to process SARs in minutes, not days. Simply connect to all of the sources of your customer data; emails, databases, word documents and spreadsheets, in your fileshares or in the cloud. Our interface is intuitive and easy to use offering simple search, drag and drop query building, data visualisation, online progress tracking and more. Once done, simply export and update your case.
Watch our demo video to see how we make subject access requests simple.

 

 

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Meet the Exonar GDPR Dashboard – ‘How To’ Video

Exonar’s GDPR dashboard provides a top-down view of your organisation’s information in relation to the EU GDPR. It enables you to discover all your privacy data, search by server/location, filter by category and geo-location, identify personal data types and so much more. Our dashboard view will take your organisation beyond spreadsheets and interviews, and into the realm of making well informed decisions, rapidly.
Watch our demo video to see the dashboard in action.

 

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New Features Announcement – Topic Extraction

Topic Extraction – another new and exciting feature now available in our ever-growing data discovery platform. Users of this new feature will benefit from understanding the topics that summarise their data. Search data by topic and create topic word clouds to visualise and filter that data. Watch our demo video to see these new features in action.

 

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New Features Announcement – Enhanced Search

Search just got better! With our new Enhanced Search feature, users can now benefit from  simple search, phrase search, proximity search, fuzzy search, must/not include, and so much more making it easier to find the data you need swiftly, simply and at scale. Watch our demo video to see these new features in action.

 

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Facebook labelled ‘digital gangsters’ – Sky News Interview

Parliamentary report reveals fake news and disinformation was used by Facebook to manipulate elections

A new parliamentary report reveals that Facebook broke privacy and competition law and warned that the organisation should be regulated urgently. The final report of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee’s 18-month investigation into disinformation and fake news accused Facebook of purposefully obstructing its inquiry and failing to tackle attempts by Russia to manipulate elections.

Following the announcement of this report, our Data and Privacy Director, John Tsopanis was invited to discuss the findings live on the Sky News, Sunrise programme on Monday, 18th February. Watch the full interview here:

Sky News interview – UK to raise the bar on cyber security

The UK is set to become a world leader in the race against some of the most damaging cyber security threats.

Our CEO, Adrian Barrett spoke live on Sky News on Monday, 28th January about the announcement, on the current state of cyber security and how this investment will impact the industry. Watch the full interview here:

 

This morning, the Government announced their £70 million investment through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund to online services and digitally enabled products by investing in the development of UK hardware solutions to complement software solutions. This means that many UK firms who produce hardware could be offered a financial leg-up to strengthen their cybersecurity, empowering the UK to set the benchmark on the protection of consumer data. Initial reports indicate that this new investment to build on UK strengths in cyber security and increase share of a global market is predicted to grow to £39 billion in a decade.

The investment will help fund research into the development and design of hardware, to make them more resilient to outside threats from the outset. This aims to ‘design out’ many forms of cyber threats by ‘designing in’ security and protection technology/solutions into hardware and chip designs.

More than 40% of UK businesses have suffered a cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months. Consumers are often the worst affected by mass information leaks than the organisation that held their data. Businesses are having to spend increasing amounts on cyber security, up to 20-40% of their IT spend in some cases. As more and more systems are connected, whether in the home or businesses, there is a need for security that is dependable by design.

Looking to the future, the government aims for R&D investment to reach 2.4% of GDP by 2027– the biggest increase in public investment in R&D in UK history.

Read the full announcement here from the Government website: http://exo.nr/Gov-Invest-Cyber