We are delighted to be taking part in the Security Twenty 20 Birmingham Conference and Exhibition as well as sponsoring the drinks reception. Steve Wilkinson will be delivering a presentation on “How does Brexit affect GDPR around CCTV/ANPR and facial pattern use?
Professional Security Magazine is delivering the Security TWENTY 20 Birmingham Conference and Exhibition. The Conference is aimed at end-users, purchasers and those who specify security products and will update attendees on the latest developments in the security sector. Whether you are in corporate security, local government CCTV or retail loss prevention we aim to get key people into the room and share knowledge.
Security TWENTY 20 Birmingham will take place in the convenient and much-loved venue of the Hilton Birmingham Metropole NEC Hotel on 20 February 2020. The Conference will bring together top security industry speakers and is supported by a large exhibition of cutting edge security products and services. Doors open at 8.30 am allowing access to the exhibition with the conference running between 10.00 am and 1.30 pm. The exhibition will close at 3.30 pm.
Read more here: ST20_Birmingham_Showguide
An industry expert with more than 20 years of successful experience Steve Wilkinson stands at the forefront of the fastest moving world of data privacy. He’s spent the past five years bringing around a shift from old-style privacy awareness into the 21st century. Coming from a risk and compliance background steve is a person with a risk-based approach to data privacy security systems and with deep privacy industry knowledge. Steve has championed the awareness for regulatory compliance for a number of years, promoting to small companies and providing information and recommendations to the regulatory authorities as well as the UK and US governments (DPA18 and the US Privacy Act).
Steve has been a prolific guest speaker at over 12 events within the past 2 years, mainly speaking on the impacts of privacy and data protection on a global platform. Steve has received numerous awards one of which is being recognised as within the top 100 most influential people within the UK for pollution reduction, which demonstrates his diversity in work.
In addition to speaking events, Steve also lectures at Henley Business school (affiliated to Harvard) on both their GDPR and CEO leadership programmes. The ICO also complete their training at Henley.
Steve is a freelance DPO assisting companies to tackle the data privacy landscape on a global basis. Steve is a lead auditor in May ISO standards including 9001, 45001, 14001, 27001, 50001 etc. Steve has also developed may e-learning courses and was the first person in the UK to develop and run an e-learning course for academic intuitionsBack