Actions and Detail Panel
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Tue, April 25, 2017, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM CEST
Are you ready for the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR)? Do you even know what this entails? Come and learn about this new, important regulation that will become a fact in May 2018 and understand what you need to do to comply to this regulation.
We have two speakers tonight that will give you better insights in what's expected of businesses dealing with privacy data and what's being required with this new regulation.
Please sign up as seats are limited!
- 19:00 - 19:30: Welcome and drinks
- 19:30 - 20:30: What the GDPR means for developers and tech consultants (Michelangelo van Dam, in2it)
- 20:30 - 21:00: Break & Questions
- 21:00 - 22:00: The legal impact of the GDPR (Karel Dekyvere, Microsoft)
- 22:00 - 23:00: Drinks and networking
Michelangelo van Dam
Michelangelo is co-founder and CEO of in2it. He’s been working with PHP for over a decade and has become an expert on PHP, Zend Framework & quality assurance.Since the founding of in2it vof, Michelangelo advises small and midsize businesses, enterprises and governmental institutes on how to improve their codebase.
Besides consulting, he gives training courses on PHP, Zend Framework, unit testing and improving quality assurance on PHP projects. You can read more about his knowledge and expertise on his blog dragonbe.com.
Michelangelo is also heavily involved with the PHP community and co-founded PHPBenelux, the PHP user group for Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Besides running this user group, he speaks regularly at PHP conferences around the world.
Karel Dekyvere is the Chief (Information) Security Officer (CISO) at Microsoft Belgium & Luxemburg, focused on physical and information security. He has a 25 years’ experience in security services, of which 15 years at Microsoft. His past endeavours include a broad range of activities around security: Penetration testing, architecting security solutions, creating information management policies, building response capabilities, co-authoring the Belgian Cyber security guide, producing the Belgian security cookbook for small and medium business, etc.
In his current role at Microsoft, he is involved in the Protect/Detect/Respond initiative for both internal and external customers