One of my favorite things about Oracle OpenWorld is the chance to learn more about how our partners and customers solve real-world business problems with the technology we develop. This year I get the chance to work with some of the best. I've teamed up with a couple of great organizations - NOS and PwC - to dig more into regulatory compliance and on how they are approaching the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
NOS is a large media and communications company based in Portugal – NOS is a leader in content delivery, including Pay TV, broadband, mobile phone service, and cinema distribution and execution. PwC is one of the world's largest professional services organizations, and helps customers around the world address challenging regulatory environments.
We’ve been taking a look at GDPR- from several different angles. GDPR has been in effect for over six months now, and we’ve had a good chance to learn what works and what needs further consideration.
How does a major commercial organization that manages significant amounts of personal data protect that data and satisfy their obligations under GDPR? NOS is telling their story.
How does one of the world most respected professional services groups help clients meet their GDPR responsibilities? PwC is telling their story.
How does the largest provider of enterprise software help our customers protect data privacy and comply with regulations – I’ll be telling that story.
If you are at OpenWorld this week, stop by Moscone West, room 3006 on Wednesday, 24 October at 11:15 am. Join Oracle, PwC, and NOS as we take you through data security in the GDPR era from all three points of view. You’ll get a chance to see how people are solving the real-world requirements of the regulation, and have the opportunity to ask questions from our panel. For a quick guide to the database security sessions, demos, and hands-on labs at OpenWorld this year, take a look at Focus on Database Security
Hope to see you there!