The Journey to Strong Cybersecurity Culture
McAfee’s GDPR team share lessons hard-learned through GDPR preparation. They will pitch an ongoing cross-functional approach to creating a culture of strong cybersecurity and data protection. Get tips on playing well with non-technologists and how to turn aspirational policy statements into requirements tailored to your organization.
More on the following:
- Good data protection requires a standing and truly cross-functional team.
- GDPR and data protection are a program not a project: build processes.
- Horizon planning is crucial as we learn what the Regulation really means.
Senior Attorney, Privacy and Security, McAfee
Flora J. Garcia discovered privacy law one snowy night in law school when she read the case of Bodil Lindqvist, a Swedish woman who was the first person charged with violating the EU Privacy Directive whose case was heard by the European Court of Justice. She is now McAfee’s Privacy and Security Attorney, after stints on other in-house teams and in information security and in compliance at MUFG Union Bank and magazine publisher Time Inc.She spearheaded McAfee’s GDPR preparedness program as well as handling privacy and security law issues.She’s a graduate of the evening program at Fordham Law School, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Journalism School and Duke University, where she majored in computer science and economics. Flora is an IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and holds the CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, and CISSP certifications.
Data Protection Officer (DPO), McAfee
Roy Kamp is theData Protection Officer (DPO). Prior to joining McAfee, he held legal roles in the services industry including companies such as Michael Page. From the vantage point of the EMEA Legal Team, Roy’s particularly interested in contracts and is a self-confessed privacy geek. He holds an LLB and LLM from University of Kent and CIPP/E credentials from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.