Building trust and accountability in a data-driven age to safeguard customer information in the vulnerable business landscape

2nd ANNUAL CUSTOMER PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION INDIA SUMMIT 2020

In a billion-strong nation, there are nearly 500 million active internet users and India's online market is second to China. Internet penetration has grown in the last five years, thanks to the growth of startups, e-commerce companies and technology offerings across industries.

Technology is one of the major forces transforming our lives. However, its misuse causes detrimental effects. The digital era has opened up various concerns such as data theft, scams, eavesdropping, cyberbullying, to name a few, with the overarching concern on the intrusion to the privacy of individuals

Urbanization, digitization and changing lifestyles have resulted in a growing demand amongst Indians for privacy and protection of the information they share, specifically on digital platforms. In the wake of recent developments and the Supreme Court holding 'Right to privacy' as a fundamental right lays the corner stone for a strong data privacy regime in India.

In answer to consumers' increasing concern and scrutiny on how their data is being utilised, managed and secured by corporations, data privacy and protection regulations around the globe are fast changing and expanding.

The 2nd Annual Customer Privacy and Data Protection India Summit 2020 will bring stalwarts from various industries under one roof to discuss and share thoughts and experiences about the evolving privacy and data protection regulatory regime in India.

SPEAKERS

KEY TOPICS OF DISCUSSION

  • Indian Data Protection Bill - Where are we in global privacy landscape?
  • Cross-border data flows - decoding the right strategies to tackle complexities in this digital economy
  • Balancing privacy concerns and intellectual property rights - Challenges
  • Building an effective strategy for responding to data breach
  • Migration to cloud - developing an organisation wide cloud strategy for safeguarding your data
  • A Comparison between EU GDPR & India Data Protection Bill – Challenges for Indian companies

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND

  • Building a trust-based relationship with your customers through data confidentiality, privacy and security
  • Maintaining data integrity using effective data lifecycle management from data collection through to data storage
  • Strengthening your data compliance processes by leveraging emerging technologies and automation
  • Minimise data breaches, thefts and operational risks with an effective governance framework Liquidity

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Functional heads of:
  • Data Privacy, Management & Protection
  • Information Security & Cyber Security
  • Ethics, Governance, Risk & Compliance
  • Legal & Regulatory
  • Business Continuity &
  • Disaster Recovery Operations
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Customer Service

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