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How what looks like just a marginal IT issue, can have serious unintended consequences.


With Giampiero Nanni.

“Shadow IT” refers to the apps in the cloud, used or downloaded by employees of an organisation, without the knowledge of their IT Department.

In this scenario, narrated as a chronicle and commented with practical recommendations, what looks like just a marginal IT issue, hides a concerning lack of governance of personal data, compliance, and cybersecurity.

In today’s hyper-regulated world, and with a fast-evolving cyber-threat landscape, privacy compliance and cybersecurity must be front and centre of every business strategy.

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About Giampiero:

Giampiero is a certified data protection (IAPP CIPP/E, CIPM) and cybersecurity professional with significant customer consultancy and regulatory advocacy experience. Also an IAPP Certified Privacy Trainer.

He was until recently a privacy and security consultant at a global external DPO Service practice.

In a recent engagement at the ITU (a UN Agency) he was responsible for the production of the cybersecurity and risk management policy document for the 2020 G20 hosted by Saudi Arabia.

Prior to that, he was at Symantec in the Government Affairs EMEA team, engaging with legislators and regulators, as well as with customers about the legislative characteristics of the GDPR, the business value of privacy compliance and the way organisations can implement the regulatory mandate through privacy and cybersecurity technological choices. He was also involved with internal privacy operations in the Global Privacy Office.

A regular public speaker about cybersecurity and privacy, he is an author of publications and articles on regulatory compliance.

Previous appointments include Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), IBM Global Services, Microsoft, Cisco.