- Adaptive Enterprise
Enterprise Architecture is a key to GDPR compliance
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires organizations to be alert when it comes to handling personal data. When it is implemented in May 2018, companies and institutions will be obliged to comply, and demonstrate how personal data is processed. Organizations who fail to comply may face a hefty fine of 4% of their annual corporate revenue, or 20 million EUR. Not to mention the reputational damage, as well as disruption to business continuity.
Ensuring compliance to the GDPR is an ongoing process, and all information must be kept up to date.
As an enterprise architect, you can play a pivotal role in ensuring compliance. By leveraging architecture models for security and privacy analyses, you can provide cross-cutting analyses on the use and protection of data across the enterprise, its processes, people and IT systems. Help your organization improve its cyber resilience, ensure regulatory compliance, and reduce operational, reputational, and financial risks.
Breakfast begins at 8.30, with presentations from 9.00 – 11.00
• Isn’t this an obvious use case for EA? Anna Aaltonen, Senior Consultant, Coala
• BiZZdesign overview, Johan Lundqvist, VP Nordic, BiZZdesign
• How to use BiZZdesign Enterprise Studio to implement GDPR, Sven van Dijk, Business Consultant, BiZZdesign
• IAM as an enabler for GDPR-compliance, Eetu Niemi, Senior Consultant, Coala
Sven van Dijk is a Business Consultant at BiZZdesign. Sven studied Business Information Technology at Twente University in Enschede, the Netherlands. He has gained more than a decade of experience with Enterprise Architecture, and related fields with a focus on the alignment of business and IT. His work includes consultancy on information management, architecture reviews, IT strategy development, software selection and implementation within larger (international) organizations in a range of industries including utilities, finance, telecommunications and construction. He (co)authored several professional books, blogs and other publications on topics related to Enterprise Architecture and business-IT alignment.
Eetu Niemi, PhD is a Senior Consultant from Coala. He is a seasoned architect specialized particularly in identity and access management (IAM), solution architecture and enterprise architecture. Eetu's IAM experience ranges from IAM architecture design and project management to creating detailed specifications and configuring IAM products. He has also supported several clients in creating role and attribute based access rights models and defining IAM processes.
Anna Aaltonen, MSc is a Senior Consultant from Coala. She is specialized in Enterprise Architecture and has a theoretically sound, but very practical way to approach Enterprise Architecture. Anna is a well-known speaker and coach, but most of all, an enthusiastic architect. She has worked with various organizations and helped them to set up EA in practice.