Learn how your existing security activities can support GDPR compliance and best practices to keep in mind as you mature your software security program.
If your organization competes in the global market, expect GDPR to have a critical influence on the software that powers your business.
Having a disciplined software security strategy will help you not only identify, remediate, and prevent vulnerabilities in your software but also avoid violating GDPR.
Listen as experts Adam Brown of Synopsys and legal expert Dan Hedley of Irwin Mitchell, LLP provide insights into:
Adam Brown is an associate managing security consultant at Synopsys. His background is in software security testing that focuses on data-centric web application security. Adam specializes in helping organizations set up their software security initiatives. He has also taken a keen interest in GDPR from both data security and data privacy threat perspectives.
Dan Hedley is a partner at UK law firm Irwin Mitchell LLP. He is a specialist IT lawyer focusing on software licensing and development, IT service contracts, outsourcing, and cloud services. He also advises on open source compliance, data protection, software IP issues, and the IT aspects of M&A and IPO transactions. He regularly acts for established corporations, and early-stage and fast growth businesses.