Date: 11 May 2017
Time: 10:00 am ET / 3:00 pm London / 4:00 pm CET
The data management challenges of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are significant and must be tackled soon to ensure compliance in just over a year on 25 May 2018. The regulation makes many extensions to existing European data privacy rules, adds new obligations and pitches fines for non-compliance at up to 4% of turnover.
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Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
Michael Dimopoulos, GDPR Practitioner currently assigned to a tier 1 European bank
Christy Haragan, Principal Sales Engineer, MarkLogic
Tudor Borlea, Pre-Sales Engineer, Collibra
Kelvin Dickenson, Vice President, Compliance Solutions, Opus
GDPR Practitioner currently assigned to a tier 1 European bank
Michael is an accomplished executive with 20+years' business and data strategy and transformation experience around regulatory compliance, cost optimisation and business steering within banking and capital markets.
Michael’s international career includes Director-level roles at CGI, Capgemini, Grant Thornton and Kentavros Technology Partners providing advisory and consulting services to global financial institutions including: State Street, BNP Paribas, St James’s Place, HSBC, RBS, RBC Capital Markets, Schroders, Euroclear, Euronext, Amsterdam Exchanges, KPN Telecoms, Citibank.
Principal Sales Engineer
Christy joined MarkLogic in December 2014. She started her career as a Software Engineer, having a completed a Master's in Computer Science from the University of York. Her career has spanned several other roles, including Account Management and, of course, Sales Engineering.
She has a deep background in various data-centric topics, including master data management, data governance, and data modeling.
Tudor has spent the past 12 years gradually moving from IT focused roles like software implementation and integration towards more Business focused roles like business analysis and management consulting. The one constant throughout was that he enjoyed helping institutions bridge the understanding gap between Business and IT. As a Management Consultant, Tudor was fortunate to work in several large Business Transformation programmes, across various industries, experiencing first hand the change management challenges around process, organisation, data, applications and technology. When done right, Data Governance can be the answer to most of these challenges.
Since joining Collibra, Tudor has focused on the GDPR and other regulatory applications of Data Governance.
Vice President, Compliance Solutions
Mr. Dickenson is responsible for leading a Customer focused product roadmap to ensure KYC/AML and vendor/third party due diligence compliance with a range of regulatory requirements. Prior to joining Alacra in 2014, Kelvin was at Dun & Bradstreet for 9 years. most recently as Managing Director of Compliance Solutions and previously as principal consultant for several of D&B’s strategic Customers, leading engagements in Compliance, reference data, credit review and risk management.
Before joining D&B, Kelvin spent a combined 20 years in Compliance, Credit, Loss Prevention and Managerial roles at two major financial institutions where his responsibilities included developing CIP policies, procedures, data sources and technology solutions to meet the requirements of the USA Patriot Act. Kelvin is a member of the charter class of Certified Financial Crime Specialists and is a current member of the advisory board at the Association of Certified Financial Crimes Specialists.