RSVP is Required for “Data Sharing: A DPA Compliance Nightmare?” on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at the US Embassy in London
BURLINGTON, Mass. – Aug. 14, 2018 – Ipswitch®, producer of award-winning and easy-to-use secure file transfer and network management software, is hosting a Cybersecurity Executive Roundtable in partnership with Microsoft on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at the U.S. Embassy in London. The exclusive event, “Data Sharing: A DPA Compliance Nightmare?” features guest speakers from the FBI, Microsoft, Cordery Compliance and Ipswitch.
- What: Cybersecurity Executive Roundtable Hosted by Ipswitch in Partnership with Microsoft
- When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018
- Where: U.S. Embassy, 33 Nine Elms Lane, London, SW11 7US
“Every day, corporate IT teams across public and private sector enterprises face the struggle of balancing the interests of data privacy and security against the need to share personal data internally and with business partners,” said Kevin Conklin, Vice President of Content and Product Marketing at Ipswitch. “With the implementation of the Data Protection Act of 2018 (DPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this special executive briefing will look at likely near term legal and security threat developments and how other IT teams have responded.”
This roundtable is designed to be an interactive session and an opportunity to share experiences and network with peers.
“The use of unsanctioned IT systems and applications within organizations increase the likelihood of ‘unofficial’ and uncontrolled data flows, making it more difficult to comply with a variety of regulations,” said Stefanie Jacobs, Tech Solutions Professional at Microsoft. “While the urge to eliminate all shadow IT applications is understandable, it’s rarely the best solution. The key is to develop a sound strategy to monitor, track and control this behavior in line with business processes and company ethics.”
An RSVP emailed to email@example.com is required. Only registered guests may attend. Once your RSVP is received, the U.S. Embassy will issue an official invitation.
Ipswitch produces and sells file transfer and network management software for IT professionals. In business since 1991, Ipswitch has over 28,000 SMB and enterprise customers with over 1 million end users in 192 countries. Ipswitch’s suite of network and security solutions includes WhatsUp® Gold for network monitoring and MOVEit® and WS_FTP® for secure file transfer. Ipswitch’s focus on customer success is evidenced by an on-line community with over 115,000 members. To meet the varying needs of its customers, Ipswitch solutions support a range of environments including on-premise, hybrid and public or private cloud, via perpetual and subscription licensing. Ipswitch solutions meet the highest commercial and government data security requirements and are PCI, HIPAA and GDPR compliant.
The company has offices throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America. For more information, visit https://www.ipswitch.com/ or connect on LinkedIn and Twitter. To learn about Ipswitch’s strategic alliances or global network of partners, visit https://www.ipswitch.com/partners.
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