The General Data Protection Regulation will take effect on the 25th of May 2018. Now it's time to get in the loop, making your business ready to match the new framework. B-Hive will bring specialists to explain the regulation, showing the impacts, advantages and myths around this topic. We are looking forward to see you here!
Edward Boute is heading Google Cloud in Belgium and Luxemburg. He holds a Master in trade engineering at KU Leuven, a MIT (Master in IT) at the Flemish chamber of engineering and an MBA (Master in Business Administration) at Vlerick management school. He is a fan of his 2 daughters, Belgian chocolates, and intensive sports like kite surfing, cycling, and triathlon. He joined Google 4 years ago, after 4 years at VMware. Before that, he worked at world's largest beer company - AB InBev - as Organisation Director, and started his career at HP in varies roles in consulting and sales, from which a few years as Global Account Manager.
Edwin Jacobs is a formerly affiliated researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT (now Centre for IT & IP law, CITIP) at the University of Leuven, and lecturer of a practical course in negotiation and mediation at the University of Antwerp. Furthermore, Edwin is one of the partners of Time.lex, a law firm specialized in technology, intellectual property, media and e-business
PANEL DISCUSSION: GDPR: Strategic Opportunity or Mutual Challenge?
During this #FinAndTonic we will extend our activities beyond the presentations. GDPR is a good subject to unite or divide our members and partners. Do we need to use GDPR as a strategic opportunity, to distinguish us from the competitors? Or is it a mutual challenge that can be tackled commonly? Are the corporates better armed against the new rules than the startups? Or can the startups benefit from their flexibility and creativity, and turn GDPR into a strategic advantage? Bring up your questions and let's be ready to learn!