08 Dec 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
COVID-19 has accelerated and brought about a new wave of digitalisation across multiple industries. As firms ramp up their digital efforts, they recognise the importance of data and the potential in harnessing them for business insights, innovation and growth. However, an increase in volume of data activities may lead to a higher risk of data breaches and cyber attacks. To minimise such risks, businesses will need to implement good data management practices and should consider adopting cybersecurity-related standards to bolster their information security management systems.
Join us for this webinar to learn how the Data Protection Trustmark (DPTM) certification and adopting an accountability approach can help enhance your business’ data management capabilities and strengthen consumer trust. Learn how standards such as ISO 27001 can help your business effectively manage and overcome cybersecurity challenges.
Who should attend?
This workshop is specially designed for all business owners who collect and manage customer data.
✓ Find out more about the DPTM certification and how it can help you better protect customers’ data and improve your business (a survey has shown that 2 in 3 consumers prefer to purchase
from DPTM-certified companies)
✓ Hear from speakers as they share how adopting and being certified to relevant standards can help your business enhance cyber-risk management and address customers’ growing expectations of data privacy
✓ Gain valuable insights through company case studies that will be shared during the session
Building Consumer Trust with Accountable Data Protection Practices
By Ms Keleen Wee, Senior Manager, PDPC
Emerge Stronger with the Data Protection Trustmark!
By Mr Dominic Ng, Manager, IMDA
Mitigate risk of cyber-attacks with ISO 27001
By Mr Chris Ng, TÜV SÜD