Online Conference On Topical And Timely

IT-, Cyberseurity And GRC Issues.

09:30 AM to 4:30 PM CET


Introduction To The Online Conference And The Topics And Speakers
Lady Olga Maitland Chairman Copenhagen Compliance UK Ltd.
Kersi F. Porbunderwalla, President and CEO, The EUGDPR Institute
How to navigate the busy intersection of ethics and compliance with good intentions and meaningful actions
  • Identify the management actions to navigate
  • How do we prioritise the corporate culture?
  • How do you invest in corporate culture to achieve business goals?
Caroline Mofors, SVP Chief Compliance & Integrity Officer, ELEKTA AB
Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence – A Step Further towards Sustainability
  • The differences and similarities between sustainability proposals
  • How does the legislation fit in the big regulatory picture?
  • Why is this a game-changer, and how does it help companies reach a higher degree of sustainability?
Cristian DUCU, PhD, Senior Expert, Ethics & Compliance, Anti-Corruption & Sustainability. CENTRE FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH IN APPLIED ETHICS
Fictitious Crisis Scenario Development Related to a Bank
  • Following a Breakdown in the Communication Network to Show Critical Infrastructure Digitization
Prof. Emmanuel Fragnière, Director of the CAS HES-SO in Treasury Management at University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
Tea break
The corporate response to questions and concerns from the stakeholders on topical GDPR, Data- Privacy and Protection issues
  • How to achieve robust IT Security compliance in the current and emerging security threat landscape.
Camilla Bonde, Chief Data Privacy Compliance Officer, Helene Hostrup Nielsen, Global Senior Data Privacy Manager, A.P. Moller – Maersk
The corporate response to questions and concerns from the stakeholders on topical GDPR, Data- Privacy and Protection issues
  • How to achieve robust IT Security compliance in the current and emerging security threat landscape.
Camilla Bonde, Chief Data Privacy Compliance Officer, Helene Hostrup Nielsen, Global Senior Data Privacy Manager, A.P. Moller – Maersk

Ethical blindness is a significant compliance concern in many areas of the organisation.
  • Ethical blindness illustrates an inability to see the moral aspect of the decision.
  • Compliance scandals and the risk of errors are due to increased ethical blindness.
  • We review some historical examples.
Yahya Kayaci, 
Lunch Break.
The afternoon sessions on corporate sustainability due diligence and Russian Sanctions, conduct internal investigations on (potential) sanctions breaches and Supply Chain: Strategies to assess and mitigate the data processing risk
The Sustainable Corporate Governance initiative of the EU commission has caused an outcry in the EU Business community
  • Improve the EU regulatory framework for corporate governance, sustainable value creation and long-term benefits
    • Cooperation between the interests of all stakeholders and society
    • Manage value chains on social and human rights and the environment.
Kersi F. Porbunderwala, Secretary-General, Copenhagen Compliance


How to conduct internal investigations on (potential) sanctions breaches and disclose the legal and regulatory consequences of breaching sanctions frameworks
Prof. Hernan Huwyler, CPA, MBA. Director, Corporate Governance, Compliance, Quantitative Risk Management, Danske Bank
How to deliver on the Russian sanctions and issues that can arise all over a company’s operations as a business are global, and supply chains are expanding beyond third parties.
Kersi F. Porbunderwala, Secretary-general, Copenhagen Compliance


Supply Chain: Strategies to assess and mitigate the data processing risk
  • Addressing supply chain Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT security vulnerabilities
Prof. Hernan Huwyler, MBA CPA, Director, Corporate Governance, Global Risk Management
Panel Discussion. All Speakers. Questions From The Participants
  • Questions and concerns from the participants on topical GRC and IT Security issues
  • Achieving robust IT and cybersecurity compliance
All speakers will respond to the participants’ questions in general and the above topic in particular
*Conference Program is subject to change. The Conference Language is English


The annual Nordic GRC and IT Security online conference will bring together compliance, risk, and audit executives from Nordic corporations and the EU. The online conference agenda will feature keynote panels, presentations, and breakout sessions, including multiple Q&A opportunities.

This is an overall general preview of the 2021 GDPR, GRC and IT Security online conference agenda, curriculum and program, with inspiring Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT-Security (GRC) topics and issues during the plenum, parallel, workshop and breakout -sessions at the online Annual  GRC summit.

The 14th Annual GDPR/GRC online summit is known for an abundance of expert speakers, attendee dialogue and participation, productive debate and knowledge sharing. We will conduct a series of surveys with interactive voting on some GRC/GDPR and IT security issues for table discussions on the spontaneous results during the sessions.

The conference attracts corporate corporations worldwide to governance, compliance, risk, audit, IT, and legal executives. Besides plenum and keynote speakers, we have concurrent panel discussions, workshops, parallel sessions and presentations that deliver high-quality GRC content to suit all trades.

At the conference, 15+ speakers and panellists will place their GRC and IT Security expertise on display and offer analysis, views and predictions on what might lie ahead for the enforcement and regulatory climate related to governance, risk management, compliance and IT security officers and their teams.


  • GRC, GDPR and IT Strategy
  • Compliance in Cybersecurity
  • Business Continuity
  • Policies, objectives Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and GDPR
  • Ensure Effective Management and Adequate levels of GRC, GDPR Resources and Compliance
  • GRC, GDPR and IT Legal Issues
  • Assess the performance of HR, Marketing, and GRC departments
  • Data, Information and Cyber Security Compliance

Introduction to Global, GDPR, Data Privacy, Cyber Security and Data Protection Issues

  • GDPR: the story so far�Where are we now
  • The new data protection Landscape
  • Data protection: a consumer perspective
  • Addressing the subjectivity of GDPR
  • Shifting GDPR from project to production
  • Creating a data privacy culture in your organisation
  • Using GDPR to propel business forward
  • An international approach to data protection
  • The new black: how data is the unique competitive advantage

GDPR Components and Issues

  • Practical implications of privacy and GDPR delivery
  • The disaster recovery: get back up and running as fast as possible
  • Protecting data privacy and consumer rights
  • Managing cross-border compliance
  • Managing SARs and individual rights
  • Data breach prevention and response
  • Managing consent: increasing revenue, trust and transparency
  • Subject access rights: GDPR implementation guide Continuing the GDPR compliance journey
  • Challenges to data profiling under GDPR
  • The Key components of third-party data Compliance

Global Compliance Issues

  • NIS (network and information systems) directive: compliance and guidance
  • The ISF Standard of Good Practice for Information Security and its role in developing data protection frameworks
  • Face recognition technology in the context of GDPR
  • What’s ahead for ePrivacy regulation
  • ePrivacy: how to align with GDPR, PECR, NIS and other compliance mandates
  • The future of marketing and data protection and ePrivacy

Global GRC and GDPR Marketing

  • Creating a compliant brandïng  data strategy for competitive advantages
    • How data can be used and its impact on brand behaviour
  • Marketing and advertising in a regulated GDPR landscape
  • Marketing, legitimate interests and concerns around consent
  • PR in breach responses: how companies can deal with them effectively
  • GDPR and direct marketing: what you need to know
  • Opportunities and challenges for marketers
  • The future of advertising post-GDPR implementation
  • Marketing technology: the role in GDPR compliance
  • The rise of contextual advertising at the expense of personalised advertising


  • Achieving a robust cybersecurity policy:
  • The emerging security threat landscape
  • The future of cybersecurity
  • The state of cybercrime and the elusive cyber criminals: targets and tactics
  • What are the latest developments in cybersecurity?
  • Hacking and cybercrime: what you need to know
  • Cybersecurity breaches: how to deal with them effectively
  • Cybersecurity and BYODs: managing the internal threat
  • Emerging tech trends transforming cyber and privacy

Global GRC and GDPR in Financial Services

  • GDPR for financial services � compliance burden or chance to build customer trust?
  • GDPR and anti-money laundering compliance
  • The changing landscape of financial services related to GDPR
  • Data Privacy and Data Protection Challenges and strategies for MiFID II
  • The outlook for regulation in financial services
  • What are the implications of PSD2 and open banking for organisations? Cryptocurrency and GDPR developments
  • RegTech and the Nexus with Data Protection
  • How PSD2 can assist with third party regulatory obligations Fighting against financial crime
  • Increased security requirements for KYC data PSD2 vs GDPR: the other side of the argument

Global GRC and GDPR, Cloud, Data, IT, Bigdata and Technology

  • Is all data the same? assessing the content of big data for security purposes
  • Data Loss Prevention: Protecting the data that matters
  • Aligning emerging technology in the context of Compliance data protection
  • Technology: reshaping the data protection landscape
  • The latest developments in cloud technologies
  • Technology, GDPR and cross-border data transfers
  • Cloud Security and incident reporting under the NIS directive
  • Aligning technology for data protection
  • Emerging tech trends transforming data protection
  • Securing your network with cloud containers
  • Managing your data through IoT and data protection

Global GRC and GDPR IT and Data Governance Issues

  • The impact of GDPR on the Stakeholders
  • Crisis management: leadership, PR and social media
  • Regaining trust with all stakeholders: change in attitudes towards data Governance, privacy, and ethics
  • The new realities of data governance in a regulated world
  • Protection of intellectual property and trade secrets from insiders
  • GDPR’s effect on global data protection policies
  • GDPR and the updated components of accountability, trust and transparency

Global GRC and GDPR Risk Management Issues

  • Qualitative and Quantitative approaches to information risk assessments
  • Integrate Risk Management as the Single Source
  • Risk Management Across Borders
  • The importance of BYOD policies in managing data protection risks and compliance
  • Role of the data protection officer and the shift towards evidence-based compliance
  • Assessing your GRC, Cyber and GDPR vulnerabilities: a risk management perspective

Case Study

  • Key learnings from infamous data breaches
  • GDPR journey post-implementation: a case study
  • A case study in IT, Data and Cyber Security Assurance � the business value proposition.
  • Response and recovery planning: a case study

Future, Cyber Security, Blockchain, AI

  • Privacy challenges and solutions for blockchain
  • GDPR and the future for RegTech, risk management and cybersecurity
  • The future of personal privacy and data protection over the next three years
  • What is the future of cloud technologies and data protection
  • Artificial intelligence: privacy concerns and solutions
  • The Future of GDPR and Data Privacy using Blockchain technology
  • Decentralising privacy: using blockchain to protect personal data