Intelligent CISO Issue 9 - Page 52

COVER STORY This is alongside regular speaking engagements that he holds internally on data protection, social media safety, social engineering and other relevant infosecurity and compliance topics. He emerged as a pioneer in his field when he proactively took interest in the GDPR mid-2016, months before many UK organisations would have even been aware of its existence. He became an intrinsic part of a working group within Veolia that was planning for GDPR compliance; stepping forward as the project manager for GDPR, working hand in hand with the head of the legal team. 52 We can see the main difference and it ticks all the compliance boxes as well which is important for us. It really works for us. Officer (DPO) for Veolia UK and Ireland. A large part of this role is ensuring that Veolia’s end users received cybersecurity awareness and training. This led naturally to Hield being assigned the position of Data Protection Unfortunately, end-users did not really engage with these methods, with emails Testing solutions Hield’s team trialled many different cybersecurity training and awareness methods. Among other things they trialled email-based education – sending employees infographics and statistics; uploading blogs onto a shared intranet and uploading information onto Google Communities. Issue 09 | www.intelligentciso.com