The world has gone GDPR crazy. Now that the deadline has passed, let’s take a quick look back at what happened, what to do next, the real world implications and its effect (if any) on the hacker community. Adrian Sanabria, co-founder of Savage Security, cuts through the clutter and gives you concrete steps to take whether you’ve actually done nothing or have complied with vigor.
Join us for our June 2018 edition of EH-Net Live!, a monthly webinar by The Ethical Hacker Network Online Magazine, where we take an hour-long deep dive into topics affecting the careers of security professionals. Hosted by Don Donzal, Editor-in-Chief of EH-Net.
Agenda for “Time’s up! GDPR is here – Now what?”
- Intro by Don Donzal, EH-Net Editor-in-Chief
- Preso by Adrian Sanabria
- GDPR Past, Present and Future
- Effects of GDPR
- What now?
- Post Game in the Forums
Date: Thursday June 7, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM EDT – 2:30 PM EDT
Even if you can’t join us live, please register anyway to get details on the video!
EH-Net Live! June 2018 – Guest Bio
Adrian Sanabria is the VP of Strategy and Product Marketing for NopSec. He spent a decade building security programs and defending large financial firms. He also spent many years as a consultant, performing penetration tests, PCI audits and other security-related assessments. Adrian learned the business side of the industry as a research analyst for 451 Research, working closely with vendors and investors.
Prior to NopSec, Adrian co-founded Savage Security, an applied research and consulting firm dedicated to making it easier for defenders to succeed. He continues this mission at NopSec, who helps practitioners by prioritizing vulnerability data and automating workflows.
Adrian is an outspoken researcher that doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable truths. He loves to write about the industry, tell stories and still sees the glass as half full. He can also be found on Twitter @sawaba.
Adrian is a regular columnist for EH-Net. See all articles by Adrian Sanabria.Tags: 2018 compliance eh-net live! gdpr sanabria