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In today's “new normal”, how would you efficiently address Enterprise Data Strategies?
The world, our business environment, and our workplaces may never be the same. Hopefully, we will soon be in a post-pandemic environment, or at least one that feels a bit more normal. But certain constants remain.

Data grows by the day and it is as important to business survival and growth as ever. Hence enterprise data strategies are the focus of many practitioners. But another truth that is with us forever is privacy. GDPR (and similar regulations) has challenged us to look at data in a different perspective, it challenged us to discover where and which data is more relevant to our business.

Companies will only benefit by embracing a holistic data strategy, one that optimizes their perspectives on privacy, data protection and information. Savvy organizations are realizing that a holistic approach can be a springboard for more systematic and robust data management practices: practices that benefit stakeholders across the entire organization.

This webinar will look at the alignment of business objectives, and the influence of privacy as a lever, not a roadblock. Our expert speakers will discuss:

• The role that data privacy requirements can play in accelerating enterprise-wide data management efforts
• Opportunities to align business objectives for “reactive” functions such as compliance and “proactive” initiatives such as analytics
• Strategies for engaging key enterprise decision-makers and stakeholders, so that data privacy can be a systemic, operationalized effort
• Downstream benefits to enterprise-wide data privacy and protection efforts, so that business units can not only comply, but also maximize data-driven performance

Jun 8, 2020 01:00 PM in Madrid

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Nimrod Vax
Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer @BigID
Nimrod has over 15 years of experience in enterprise security software and identity management serving in various capacities ranging from engineering, product and business management. Prior to founding BigID, Nimrod served as VP Product Management, Product Line Manager for CA Identity Management product line and as an advisor to security startups in the area of identity management and user behavior analytics. Nimrod holds a BSc. in Computer Science and a Masters of Business Administration with specialization in Marketing Management.
Tina Rosario
Head of Data Innovation, Chief Data Officer, Europe @SAP
Tina is responsible for helping SAP customers drive data innovation typically as an important component of an enterprise wide transformation initiative. As a business strategy professional, Tina has more than 25 years of experience in business process re-engineering, defining business impact and leading transformation programs. Tina expertise ranges from building best practice enterprise programs, defining data management innovations, driving data technology development, and managing teams of data stewards and data operations. She serves as President of the European chapter of the Women in Big Data network whose mission is to promote diversity in the field of data management. She runs a program with over 6,000 members across EMEA targeted at providing training, awareness, mentoring and job sharing in the growing field of big data (including ML, AI, Data Science, IoT and Data Warehousing). Prior, Tina’s career grew through strategy consulting positions at McKinsey and Accenture.
Bo Baade-Pedersen
Business Development Expert @SAP
He focus on exploring and finding the best solutions addressing key challenges or concerns for SAP customers in relation to Security, Access Governance, Compliance, Risk Management and Cybercrime attacks. He specializes in improving business process transparency, internal controls and overall security in the SAP landscape. Bo has been with SAP since 2015 but has worked with SAP solutions as an advisor for more than 20 years. Bo’s career has evolved around security and making customers SAP landscapes secure and operate in a secure and compliant way.