Speaker bio

Nader Henein

Nader Henein

VP Analyst
A Fellow of Information Privacy and a staunch advocate of Data Protection, Nader Henein brings over two decades of tactical experience in the architecture, hands-on development and management of secure, scalable solutions.

Mr. Henein has worked in a wide range of organizations from startups to multinationals allowing for both depth and breadth of experience focused on enabling business without compromise of corporate security or individual privacy.

Over the better part of the past decade he focused on understanding the core drivers behind data protection regulation and translating them into "practical privacy" for clients so that their business offerings can be the safest place for their customers to come and transact. He views the GDPR and similar regimes as an opportunity to regain control and differentiate in crowded market.
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Monday, 18 May, 2020 / 02:15 PM - 03:45 PM CEST
Workshop: Handling Data Residency Requirements

Given our borderless digital society, controlling the country in which information resides seems counterintuitive; however, it’s a requirement of most emerging data protection laws. Come to the session where we will probe the reason behind data residency requirements and learn how to support business expansion inside geographic guardrails without breaking centralized store and compute models.

Tuesday, 19 May, 2020 / 08:00 AM - 08:45 AM CEST
Ask the Expert: Mastering Privacy UX — Transparency, Subject Rights and Consent Management

Privacy UX is composed of the aspects of a privacy program that are exposed to the public. Come to this Ask the Expert session to join a discussion about balancing just the right level of transparency with your users to earn their trust, drive depth and turn privacy from a challenge to a market advantage.

Tuesday, 19 May, 2020 / 01:45 PM - 02:30 PM CEST
Practical Privacy in Action: What Two Years of Modern Privacy Laws Have Taught Us

Privacy regulations across the globe have developed more over the past two years than they have in the preceding century. This has placed substantial pressure on organisations regarding how they store and handle personal information pertaining to their employees and their customers. This session focuses on the top three mistakes, top three capabilities and top three hacks learned through out two years in the trenches of the GDPR, the CCPA, the LGPD and many more.

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