Joe Madigan, Head of Customer Data and Retail Analytics Bank of Ireland
Kate Colleary, Founder of Frontier Privacy and IAPP Country Leader for Ireland
We will focus on what has happened since GDPR go-live last month and how this brave new world has impacted data management. Our panel will discuss the key challenges and opportunities we face under the new regulation, and what we can expect next.
Sponsored by Informatica, the world’s leader in enterprise cloud data management this event is being held in their state of the art new offices at 1 Windmill Lane, SOBO District, Dublin 2 (D02 F206). We would love you to join us at 6pm where we will provide refreshments on arrival.
As with all DAMA Ireland events, this big summer event is free to attend, but places are limited. Please register early to avoid disappointment. Register for event
DAMA Ireland are delighted to announce our next free-to-attend event. Join us on Thursday, March 29th in Bank of Ireland, Grand Canal Square, for a panel discussion on the Data Protection Officer under GDPR. Register for event
We have assembled a panel of industry experts to discuss:
The Data Protection Officer role
The Data Protection Officer responsibilities pre- and post-GDPR go-live
Which organisations need a Data Protection Officer
Where the Data Protection Officer fits within an organisations data governance structure
The Pros and Cons of outsourcing the Data Protection Officer Role
The Data Protection Officer and the Data Protection Office
Please join us for networking from 6pm with the event starting at 6.45pm
6:00pm – 6:45pm: Networking
6:45pm – 6:50pm: Welcome Remarks
6:50pm – 7:55pm: Panel discussion on the role of the DPO
Méabh is a qualified solicitor with a focus on governance, technology, traditional & new media and aviation with experience working in the UK, US (New York) and Ireland.
As part of her role in Aer Lingus she acts as Company Secretary to the Board and advises on compliance & business ethics, data protection, corporate governance as well as software licensing, intellectual property, contract law and general commercial legal advice. She has worked with Aer Lingus for over 5 years and prior to that worked in media (TV / radio / Satellite) and as legal advisor to a gaming company and an IT consultancy.
Sana is a Barrister-at-law, CAMS, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, Author, Lecturer in Law & Compliance, Co-Founder Of Supportica Group
As part of Sana’s Legal Counsel & Compliance roles she has held the following statutory roles; Data Protection Officer, Compliance Officer and Money Laundering Reporting Officer.
Sana is also CAMS certified and a member of the board of directors for the Irish Chapter of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists as the Education Program Director for the Irish Chapter.
Sana is a co-founder and the Corporate Compliance Counsel for Supportica Group Limited in which she has assisted with legal, regulatory and data protection initiatives such as “GDPR Toolkit.”
Sana has with Supportica Group created a special certificate in partnership with ACAMS on the topic of “Anti-Money Laundering and General Data Protection Regulation- from a legal and practical perspective.”
Léon is solicitor with over 15 years’ experience as a general counsel and leader of regulatory compliance, privacy and risk management, most recently as General Counsel, and then Chief Compliance Officer, of UDG Healthcare plc. In 2016 Léon co-founded Dublin-based Obséy to offer an innovative approach to addressing the needs of its clients in respect of privacy and GDPR obligations, as well as governance, risk and compliance (GRC) more generally.