Time is almost up! On the 25th of May, the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will come into effect. No matter if your daily business focuses on Marketing, Sales, HR or Finances – to meet the requirements on time you need to hurry. There will be fines up to 20 Millions Euros respectively 2 to 4 percent of the yearly turnover.
In this event, we want to give the audience a deep dive into how the GDPR can be a threat but also what measures need to be taken to fulfil the demands on time. It is late, but not too late.
We will bring together experts from the legal as well as from the IT side. By combining speakers from corporates and startups, we want to showcase the challenges that come with the new regulation and how collaboration and exchange across industries and sectors can be inspiring, guiding and valuable.
The event will be held in English.
17:30 Doors Open & Drinks
18:00 Opening words by Benjamin Rohé, GTEC Managing Director
18:15 GDPR – HOW WHAT WHEN by Dr. Jacqui Taylor, UK Principal Expert at ISO/IEC JTC 1 Information Technology and Co-Author of the GDPR
– What is the GDPR and why will it be implemented?
– Facts and Figures about the new regulation
18:45 Corporate Support on your journey to GDPR compliance, Roberto Negro, Oracle, Solution Lead for Data Management Corporate Support on your journey to GDPR compliance
19:00 GDPR as a chance – How a startup is built around data protection issues, Jovan Stevovic, chino.io CEO
19:15 Thread, Solution or absolutely needless? – Panel Discussion on GDPR
20:00 – 21:30 Open end Discussions and Q&A about what your next individual steps should be
Dr. Jacqui Taylor
Recognised in 2016 as one of the 100 most powerful UK entrepreneurs. Jacqui co-founded FlyingBinary a web science company which changes the world with data, and one of the original 250 Tech City companies. She is a high profile mentor in Tech City. An appointment for the third year as an Independent Ministerial Advisor in Cabinet Office of H.M. Government as an Open Data domain expert recognised her as a web scientist of influence in the era of Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) . An inclusion as a data innovator for a number of the smart city initiatives signals the next steps as her company which was recognised in 2015 with an IoT international techtrailblazer award. Jacqui’s first book “Mapping the Future” and a second publication in February 2015 FOI 10 years on looks at the contribution of data jounalists to democracy using data. The new PhD primer for journalism has articulated the global future of the data journalism industry she co-founded.
In November 2014 the Digital Enlightenment Forum book Jacqui articulated her vision for the role Open Data can play in the making of Open Policy.
An expert lead for the British Standards Institute team on ISO eStandards for Smart Cities. As technical author for the latest UK Smart City standard she will articulate the future role of UK data and its value in the domain.
Roberto is the WE CX Solution Lead for Data Management, Data Quality & Governance. He’s the go-to guy for Oracle in EMEA on Master Data Management and Data Governance. He evangelizes customers, partners and colleagues on those subject matters. He’s also the author of several Master Data Management White Papers and Value Propositions for many key industries.Very passionate about technology and how technology can improve our lives both at work and at home, he’s an accomplished professional with 30+ years’ business and IT experience, a very solid technical and business background and good managerial skills. Roberto is inherently a start-upper. He strongly contributed to Oracle Applications startup in Italy and Oracle MDM startup in EMEA, while maturing a vast experience collaborating with different Oracle Tech and Apps teams working on 1300+ sales opportunities with big multinational accounts as well as medium companies around EMEA on all 20+ industries including Public Sector, Telecom, Retail, Oil & Gas, SCM/Logistics, Utilities, across 40+ countries.
Since the age of 15, Benjamin has been working in the tech, renewable energy, and digital industry founding several companies and becoming an active early-stage investor in 2007. He has also advised DAX companies in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship. Benjamin is a lecturer and speaker at several European universities and conferences, including MIT, the Economic Forum, CDTM in Munich, Maastricht University and Zeppelin University – where he also helped to create an investment fund for university startups. Benjamin started GTEC in 2014.
Jovan Stevovic is co-founder and CEO of Chino.io, an application development platform that helps digital health companies to solve security and data protection issues and create secure health apps. The idea of Chino.io originates from Jovan’s 5+ years’ experience in health IT industry and research at the University of Trento, where he got his PhD in 2014. During his research and industry experience, Jovan worked on IT technologies and protocols to facilitate health data sharing in compliance with privacy laws and security standards. Now he is putting in practice his experience into the digital health and startup environment. Currently, Chino.io supports startups and companies in more than 15 EU states.