IoT Data Use – Clarity on Privacy & Security Management from a Regulatory & Technical Perspective

  • Date 05 Jun 2018

IoT Data Use – Clarity on Privacy & Security Management from a Regulatory & Technical Perspective

05 Jun 2018, 15:20 - 15:45

Strategy Talks

GDPR and other forthcoming data privacy regulation will serve to place control of data firmly in the hands of the end user and organisations need to embrace this change in order to stay competitive and build trust with their customers. In an increasingly connected world this poses a unique set of challenges especially with the rapid growth of the IoT. We will discuss how IoT operators can meet current and future privacy and security challenges from a regulatory and technical perspective and how doing so can drive their businesses forward.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand what transparency is (in both GDPR and, more widely, in EU law)
  2. Understand the key provisions around transparency in the GDPR and how they apply to the IoT
  3. Learn what solutions can be implemented to comply with the transparency requirements
  4. Learn how security can support privacy and the transparency obligations
  5. Understand the importance of privacy by design and how it can provide security and transparency in IoT


  • Ivana Bartoletti


    Head of Privacy and Data Protection


    Ivana Bartoletti is the Head of Privacy and Data Protection, at Gemserv. Her years of experience in the field span the public and private sectors,...

  • Sean Gulliford


    Principal Technical Consultant


    Sean Gulliford is Principal Technical Consultant at Gemserv heading up their Connected Devices Team. He holds a B.Eng(Hons) in Digital Systems...

1. Demonstrate thought-leadership to ensure security is high on the corporate agenda and capex justified 2. Mitigate the effects of new vulnerabilities and exploits

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