Digital governance and trust: a peek into the future
The strategic value of data and technology is a hot topic within organisations globally. They are thus looking for ways to master data governance in order to achieve the maximum benefit while creating a culture where stakeholders trust how their data is used.
06 / 06 / 23
delaware Ghent, Ghent
At this Beltug/ISACA event, we will focus on the role of digital governance and trust professionals who bring the knowledge and experience needed to align IT with business strategies, to manage IT investments for maximum return on investment, and support resilience in IT operations while minimising risks.
Firstly, we will hear use cases from NATO and PSA, offering insights, best practices and inspiration on how to implement digital governance practices in the organisation and increase trust in digitisation. Then, we’ll present the findings from ISACA’s Global State of Digital Trust 2023 survey and we’ll have a panel discussion on the future of digital governance and trust: how will it look moving forward, and what are some of the major challenges to overcome?
This will be a hybrid event: you may choose to register for in-person or online participation. However, as there is limited space for in-person participants, once the maximum in-person capacity is reached, you will only have the possibility to register for online participation.
Beltug’s corporate basic and corporate premium memberships allow you to pass on this invitation. We think this session might interest your colleagues in legal and compliance.
ISACA members can earn up to 5 CPEs if they attend the full programme – make sure to mention your ISACA ID when registering.
(in English) Welcome, introduction and expectations around the table
Tijl de Zegher, Sales Director, delaware
Dr. Koen De Maere, Director, ISACA Belgium Chapter
Levi Nietvelt, Business Manager, Beltug
(in English) User story: IT governance at NATO Headquarters
The migration into the new NATO HQ building and the increase in digitisation gives a unique flavour to the question of how IT governance is managed. Claudio will share his experience regarding NATO Headquarters’ IT governance as one of the ways to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of a complex and evolving organisation and inspire trust. The goal is to provide high-quality, cost-effective and consistent IT, including cyber defence, for the users and communities we serve.
Claudio Solano, NATO HQ Technical Design Authority, Chief Technology Office, NATO Information & Communication Agency
(in English) User story: Data Governance Methodology at PSA – How to make data governance actionable?
PSA operates 3 container terminals and 1 breakbulk terminal in Antwerp, and is part of the Singapore-based PSA International. Peter will share how to make data governance actionable:
- Why did it develop its data governance standard?
- What are the roles & responsibilities?
- What are tips & tricks and next steps?
Peter Witsenburg, IT & Data Governance Manager, PSA Belgium
Break and breakout rooms – Interactive digital governance quiz
During the break, you’ll have the chance to test your knowledge of digital governance and trust practices with an interactive quiz based on ISACA’s Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) certification.
(in English) State of Digital Trust – an ISACA Global Research Report
With the ever-expanding digital footprint, Digital Trust becomes critically important for e-commerce and to maintain the good reputation of an organisation.
Koen will share the latest findings from ISACA’s Global State of Digital Trust 2023 survey, which includes the feedback from more than 8000 Digital Trust professionals around the world.
You’ll learn to:
- Understand the importance of digital trust to an enterprise
- Identify who contributes to and who is responsible for digital trust in an organisation
- What organisational leaders can do to strengthen digital trust
- Identify obstacles to obtaining digital trust
Dr. Koen De Maere, Director, ISACA Belgium Chapter
(in English) Open discussion and round table: Governance trends for future consideration
Data and technology trends are constantly developing, introducing new challenges for digital governance and trust professionals. Are organisations equipped with the required governance practices to sustain value and trust in digitalisation? We’ll ask the experts to share their opinions, and invite the audience to add their experiences.
- Prof. Steven De Haes, Professor Digital Strategy & Governance and Dean Antwerp Management School, Belgium
- Prof. Sergey Butakov, Associate Professor Information Systems Security and Assurance, Concordia University of Edmonton, Canada
- Prof. Isabel Pedrosa, Director of the Information System Management Masters, Coimbra Business School, Portugal (to be confirmed)
- Liviu Luca, Security Coordinator, DG DIGIT, European Commission and Solvay Brussels School, Belgium
- Claudio Solano and Peter Witsenburg
Moderators: Dr. Koen De Maere and Levi Nietvelt
Wrap-up and conclusion
We’ll reveal the right answers for the quiz, and summarise the most important takeaways from today’s session.