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Explore the conference agenda built on the latest Gartner privacy research

We’ve built a comprehensive agenda that will help you and your organization understand privacy regulation needs, data compliance and constraints in our increasingly changeable digital world.

Around the world, there’s a heightened awareness of the value and risks associated with personal data in the digital age. From high-visibility data breaches to increased regulation, the debate about what’s at stake and what to do about it rages on. Organizations need to be ready to make privacy more central to how they create and deliver products and services.

A sample of recommended sessions includes:

  • Outlook for Privacy, 2022
  • Ask the Expert: Privacy and the Supply Chain — What to Mind With Your Service Providers*
  • Top Trends in Privacy
  • Ask the Expert: Use a Data Risk Assessment to Focus Actions on the Growing Data Security and Privacy* 
  • Ask the Expert: Death of the Humble Cookie, All Your Questions Answered*
  • Privacy Enhancing Computation for Analytics, BI and Post-Schrems II Cloud Adoption
  • Face Value: Biometric Authentication Risks and Opportunities

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Fundamentals of Risk: Data Privacy

Data privacy risk will only continue to grow in importance as the amount of data companies store increases. The fallout from private information getting into the wrong hands could be catastrophic for companies and the public. Because of this, heads of enterprise risk management must understand data privacy and develop tactics to better manage data privacy risks.

Key findings

  • The global amount of new data captured, created and replicated annually is predicted to grow 430% by 2025.
  • Organizations have a 29.6% probability of experiencing a material data breach in the next two years.
  • The most significant privacy-related risks are unauthorized third-party access to company systems or data resulting in personal information disclosure and inappropriate use of company systems or confidential information.
  • The average U.S. company loses about $8.2 million due to data breaches.

Source: Gartner

Cybersecurity, privacy, risk management and more are covered in depth at this year’s virtual conference. View Pricing

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