Session Outline

Over 100 countries have established or strengthen regulations for Privacy, Cybersecurity, Data Governance, AI, etc. The changes of existing and forthcoming regulations create challenges for organization that data regardless of how the data is collected. In this session, we will discuss the impact of these changes in our data processing behavior and the need of data management.

Key Takeaways

  • Use of publicly available data including scraping
  • Organizational & personal liability and penalties
  • Establishing right-sized data governance

Speaker Bio

Imran Chowdhury – Global Data Protection Officer | Al Jazeera Media Network
Imran Chowdhury is a data trust professional with expensive experience in Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Data Governance. Imran brings together a diverse professional experience of over 25 years in technology in establishing data trust. When asked, he says he likes to connect dots. His expertise in business architecture, portfolio management, service management, project management, governance, risk, and compliance come together in his work with an entrepreneurship spirit. His own experience in establishing a digital-first organization gives him a unique insight to establish the right level of governance as an organization moves from inception to maturity. Imran feels passionate about user trust in the digital world and believes that the organization needs to establish that trust with its users. Imran is the Global Data Protection Officer at Al Jazeera Media Network, where he launched the Privacy function.

March 7 @ 16:00
16:00 — 16:30 (30′)

[M3] Data Management Stage

Imran Chowdhury – Global Data Protection Officer | Al Jazeera Media Network