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Trust and Compliance in the cloud
AGENDA – DAY 1 (26th January, 2017)
09:30 – 10:00
REGISTRATION - WELCOME COFFEE
10:00 – 10:30
„The Cloud for Global Good in a shifting European Regulatory Environment”
Mark Lange, Director, EU Institutional Relations, Microsoft Europe
10:30 – 11:00
The Cloud as the Technology of Compliancy
Bruno Schroder, National Technology Officer, Microsoft BeLux
11:15 – 12:15
“How do you protect and manage your data in a modern cloud environment?“ (Part 1)
Dirk Gullentops, Technology Specialist, Microsoft BeLux
Patrick Van Asch, Office365 Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft BeLux
12:15 – 13:15
13:15 – 14:15
“How do you protect and manage your data in a modern cloud environment?“ (Part 2)
14:15 – 14:30
“Office 365 Germany - addressing the needs of the most regulated customers in EU/EFTA”
Wim Coorevits, Office365 Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft
14:30 – 15:00
15:00 – 16:00
“Trust & Compliance in the Cloud” (SKYPE)
Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft
16:00 – 17:00
THIS SESSION (SKYPE)
“Trust & Compliance in the Cloud”
Chief Privacy Officer,
Trust & Compliance in the Cloud
Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft
"Empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more."
Create more personal computing
Reinvent productivity & business processes
PPT REM 24
Data driving innovation
Data privacy driving trust
Build the intelligent cloud platform
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
Autonomous vehicles, robotics, 3D printing, new materials
Genomic diagnostics, treatment, engineering
eCommerce, digital marketing, workforce automation & mobility, data & analytics, IoT, social networks
The world is changing rapidly
Toyota's new Concept-i car
Fourth industrial revolution
All powered by the cloud
Data driving innovation Data privacy driving trust
Tacoma School are predicting student dropout risks, increasing graduation rates with cloud analytics
Dutch city revolutionizes municipal work with a 100 percent cloud transformation
Egypt is providing a service for millions with emotional and psychological problems
The new realities of innovation
Key trends impacting privacy
Brisk cloud adoption
Machine learning and artificial intelligence
Government regulation of data
A cloud you can trust
At Microsoft, we never take your trust for granted
We are serious about our commitment to protect customers in a cloud first world.
We live by standards and practices designed to earn your confidence.
We collaborate with industry and regulators to build trust in the cloud ecosystem.
“Businesses and users are going to embrace technology only if they can trust it.”
– Satya Nadella
Privacy Principles: Elements of a Trusted Cloud
Benefits to you
Strong Legal Protection
No content-based targeting
When we do collect data, we will use it to benefit
you and to make your experiences better.
We will put you in control of your privacy with easy-to-use tools and clear choices.
We will explain what we do with your data in clear, plain language.
We will implement strong security measures to safeguard your data.
We will respect your local privacy laws and fight for legal protection of your privacy as a fundamental human right.
We will not use your email, chat,
files or other personal content to target ads to you.
Your data, powering your experiences, controlled by you.
Achieving compliance is not simple
Compliance can be complex, time consuming, and costly
Technology, standards, and regulations are always evolving
Safe Harbor, data residency, government surveillance, GDPR…
Your business may see compliance requirements as an obstacle to deploying new technologies
INDUSTRY’S LARGEST COMPLIANCE PORTFOLIO
Microsoft is meeting customer security needs with the industry's largest compliance portfolio
Content Delivery and Security Association *
PCI DSS Level 1 *
Cloud Controls Matrix
SOC 2 Type 2
SOC 1 Type 2
EU-U.S. Privacy Shield
MTCS Level 3
HIPAA / HITECH
China MLPS*, TRUCS*, GB 18030*
Section 508 VPAT
FedRAMP JAB P-ATO
DISA Level 2
*Denotes Microsoft Azure-specific certifications
Our legal and compliance leadership
We strive to be first to market with key new standards
First with CJIS compliance for law enforcement
First with ISO 27018 cloud privacy standard
First with key regional standards—e.g., CS Mark (Japan), CCSL IRAP, and MTCS (Singapore)
We anticipate major regulatory issues that impact you
With EU-US Safe Harbor in jeopardy, built Model Clauses approved by all 28 EU members
Datacenters in your region or country to address data residency and sovereignty requirements
Flexible cloud architectures to meet technical and regulatory needs
We fight for your legal rights
Challenged US government three times, including Dublin Warrant Case
What is the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?
New comprehensive European privacy law replacing 1995 Data Protection Directive
Will be enforced as of May 25, 2018
Applies to processing of personal data of EU residents
Expands individual's rights and protections, requires greater accountability for companies, and empowers regulators to audit and fine companies
What is in the GDPR?
Significant fines possible for non compliance
up to 4% of
annual global revenue
People have greater rights to access, restrict, correct and delete personal data
72-hour data breach notifications to regulators
Right to be forgotten
Privacy notice and consent experiences to be enhanced
Right to data portability
Per country COPPA-like age restrictions
Employee data and consumer data follow the same rules
Data Protection Officers will be needed at many organizations
How Microsoft is Preparing for the GDPR
Investing engineering resources to support GDPR’s compliance
Adjusting our privacy governance program to ensure our privacy professionals are fluent in GDPR requirements
Updating our documentation processes to support GDPR compliance
Approach to privacy governance
Accountabilities; Resourcing; Training
central and de-centralized
Enabling tools and technologies; Product features
Global approach to support compliance and trust
Privacy reviews; Incident management; Customer response, etc.
How Microsoft will help you
Microsoft Cloud is already compliant with the most relevant standards and regulations
Microsoft has assembled substantial compliance technology, resources, and staff
Microsoft is committed to tracking and complying with new and changing standards
Microsoft will fight for the legal rights of its customers
Microsoft helps you turn compliance into a competitive advantage for your business
Want to know more?
CIE’ing = Believing: participate in a Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) session with a partner or Microsoft
REGISTER FOR UPCOMING EVENTS:
21 Feb - IT INSPIRATION DAY (Microsoft Zaventem):
28 Mar - OFFICE365 CLUB (EBC): GDPR Updates + Keep Pace with Security Challenges “(Enterprise Mobility + Security”-focus) –
25 Apr - IT INSPIRATION DAY (Microsoft Zaventem)
9 May - CIO ADVISORY BOARD
11-12 May - OFFICE365 CLUB (EBC): GDPR Updates + Windows focus (on Day1)
INDICATE ON YOUR EVAL FORM WHICH EVENT YOU LIKE TO REGISTER FOR
Try out Office 365 and The New Office
Contact your account manager to plan a proof of concept or pilot deployment
Request support through one of our partners or MCS, and FastTrack/Onboarding Services
Discover the #NewOffice on the
http://trust.office365.com/Office 365 Trust center
& OnDemand Viewing
Europe is extending the protection law (last april, and in effect 2018,…), this day is to provide clarity what is changing and how existing or new Office 365 customers and those using Microsoft technologies for our European data centers are impacted. During the day we also will demonstrate how our O365/Microsoft cloud technologies allow them to adopt those regulations already today.
“GDPR and Security & Compliance investments by Microsoft” (SKYPE)
Brendon is a recognized expert on the intersection of privacy and trust. His work focuses on how society can benefit from technology innovation while addressing societal and individual privacy needs. Brendon is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and holds a business degree from the University of Waikato, in his home country of New Zealand.
Read more at http://blogs.microsoft.com/on-the-issues/author/brendonlynch/#zvL18efZDlFEzd2D.99
Per Skype conference call, he will address GPDR concepts and enhancements to the EU Privacy law, our GDPR approach, Microsoft’s privacy principles and our overall approach to privacy governance using a trusted cloud.
Speaker: Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft
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© Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. fied Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and holds a business degree from the University of Waikato, in his home country of New Zealand.
The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Micros