March 28 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
In May of 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect, and any companies that do business in Europe or who have customers in Europe must comply. Come hear from Tyler Johnson, Founder & CEO, PrivOps, as he discusses these regulations and how to implement them before being penalized.
Because of GDPR, the EU’s new data privacy law, up to 4% of global company revenue and unlimited liability is at stake for every US company with EU customer or employee data; execution is the primary risk. But GDPR can also represent an opportunity to create competitive advantage. Come learn more about PrivOps’ OntoSM Matrix data automation platform which represents a radically new approach to building software 10x faster without impacting existing systems. Let GDPR be more than just a risk to mitigate, make it the catalyst you need to create your version of a 21st century digital enterprise.
A senior executive and thought leader with more than 20 years of experience, Tyler has a unique perspective that has helped him build technologies, teams and processes to accelerate innovation. Early in his career, Tyler invented an automated testing platform for HP’s most advanced servers and was awarded 22 US patents. Later, Tyler grew Rackspace’s $300 Million VMware based private cloud services line to over $600 Million while serving as product leader and strategic alliance leader. Most recently, Tyler launched PrivOps, an ATDC Accelerate startup focused on creating the next generation of technologies for building secure, compliant applications in the cloud. Tyler holds a B.S.E.E. from Florida Atlantic University, an MBA from Southern Methodist University and lives in Alpharetta, GA, with his wife and two sets of twins.
The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to our economy. We are a specialized government body with responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business, as well as delivering an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.