[EN] SEPTEMBER 2016 and my public speaking and presence

Holiday moths are over. It wasn’t strictly holiday for me. In July and August I delivered few trainings in United Kingdom (in almost every week of those two months), attended for two or three small events and speak on two community events:

public-speaking_thumb3_thumb_thumb_tConferences:

  • SharePoint Saturday London|London, England|9th July {SITE} | one session: AD 2016. 2AM A Disaster just began…
  • SQL Grillen|Lingen, Emsland, Germany|19th August {SITE} | one session: 2AM A Disaster just began… UNPLUGGED

Both events were amazing. But now need to focus on September, which looks like most busiest month this year.

 

Attendee:

To hear someone, to see someone, to meet someone, to be inspired. My plans are a little flexible (even my calendar is not):

Conferences:

  • CloudSEC 2016|London, England|06th Sep {SITE}
  • SharePoint Saturday Warsaw |Warsaw, Poland|17th Sep {SITE}
  • MCT Zero Day Atlanta|Atlanta, USA|24th Sep {SITE}

 

Speaker:

Speaking is most important part of all my events. As many of us – The Speakers – we love it. So, of course I will have some chance to increasing my speakers skills here:

Conferences:

  • Technology Risk Management Forum|Wroclaw, Poland|07-08th Sep {SITE} | security roundtable: How to measure what we should really protect in the company – a matter of prioritizing actions
  • Microsoft IGNITE|Atlanta, USA|26th-30th Sep {SITE} | breakout session: Secure your data at rest – on demand, now!

 

Trainer:

I have two confirmed training in September:

Trainings:

  • ISO 27001 Fundamentals |London, England|2nd Sep
  • SQL Server Administration Fundamentals|Manchester, England|12th-14th Sep

 

Special Events:

Two special events will held in Poland:

  • Microsoft Influencers Summit | Saturday, September 10th | Warsaw, Poland
  • 10th Anniversary of ISSA Poland | Friday, September 16th | Warsaw, Poland

And more special events will happen around MCT Zero Day and Microsoft Ignite Conference in Atlanta. Majority of them will be mingling, talking, tasting new food and new beers

  • Azure Networking Reception  | Tuesday, September 27th
  • MetaFest by Metalogics | Wednesday, September 28th
  • Pleasant Evening by Wizdom | Wednesday September 28th
  • The Krewe Meet N Greet 2016 | Sunday, September 25th
  • more events on the way

As You can see, a lot of places and dates where  you can meet me. Hope you will find a moment to say Hi!

 

Post Scriptum:

Missed events:

Unfortunately based on extremely busy scedule for September (only five days at home through all month) I had no choice and must decline attendance for two fantastic events at this month::

  • SharePoint & SQL Saturday in Cambridge |Cambridge, England|10th Sep | {LINK}
  • SQL Saturday No 534 FIRST IN POLAND!!! |Cracow, Lesser Poland|01st Oct | {LINK}

I’m sorry my friends, but It’s not possible to be in same time in two different places yet…

[EN] September 2015 and my public speaking and presence

public-speaking_thumb3Holiday is over. Finally. Even not for me ‘cos from begining of this year I work in different model – I’m my boss – and I really love my job – so I have holiday always or never. Anyway. I have few corfirmed sessions at deferent conferences with different countries, and few conferences where I will be attendee (almost only attendee). Here is the list and I’m sure that we will meet somewhere. 

Attendee:

To hear someone, to see someone, to meet someone, to be inspired. My plans are a little flexible (even my calendar is not):

Conferences:

  • SQL Saturday #411|Cambridge,England|12th September {SITE}
  • CloudSEC|London,England|17th September {SITE}
  • CyberSEC Forum|Cracow,Poland|28th-29th September {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}

User Groups Meetings:

  • Sekcja Bezpieczeństwa Informacji|Wroclaw, Poland|30th September {SITE}

Workshops & Trainings:

  • Data Culture Days|London,England|22nd September {SITE} |full workshop by Microsoft: Dashboard in a Day

 

Speaker:

Speaking is most important part of all my events. As many of us – The Speakers – we love it. So, of course I will have some chance to increasing my speakers skills here:

User Groups Meetings:

  • Sekcja Bezpieczeństwa Informacji|Wroclaw, Poland|30th September {SITE} | just short introductionary session

Conferences

  • Software Development Network Event|Zeist,Netherlands|11th September {SITE}|two sessions: Windows Azure SQL Database for Beginners and SQL Server Source Control in the Cloud
  • SQL Saturday #413 | Denmark|Copenhagen,Denmark|19th September {SITE}|session: Azure SQL Database Tips and Tricks for Beginners
  • SQL Saturday #434 | Holland|Utrecht,Netherlands|25th-26th September {SITE}|session: SQL Security in the Cloud

Workshops & Trainings:

  • SQL Saturday #434 | Holland|Utrecht,Netherlands|25th September {REGISTRATION}|full day pre-conf: Windows Azure SQL Database: A Journey from Zero to be Hero {level 200}

 

As You can see, a lot of places and dates where and when you ca meet me. Hope you will find amoment to say Hi!

[EN] Lawyers, Data Protection, Community

I got question from one member of my network: where I can find good lawyer? Lawyer who understand Information Technology, Internet, Connections, CyberCrimes, Copyrights, Sensitive Data, Privacy and so on? I’m very happy and proud that I know minimum five lawyers which are very close connected with all of these requirements. Have no idea – maybe they are too busy to work for you, but maybe they will have a moment of time to find solutions for your questions. Here are the short list, with short bio and connections links. Hope it will help you. Why those lawyers? I have great pleasure to talk with all of them, and work with some of them. And they understand my geeky questions, then provide right lawyers opinion which I can understand (even decade ago I finished The European Law Course in the field of Public Administration)…

 

BEATA MAREK {Poland} |TWITTER|BLOG|LINKEDIN|
BIO: from Twitter profile: Hi :). I’m active and I love what I do :). I’m interesting in cyberlaw, cybercrimes, copyrights, trademarks, TMT law and personal data – see you on my blog / Łączę biznes z prawem i bezpieczeństwem teleinformatycznym. Pomagam zyskać przewagę na rynku projektom internetowym i firmom technologicznym. Analizuję innowacje e-usług i nowiny dotyczące bezpieczeństwa informacji. Sporządzam regulaminy, umowy, opinie prawne, polityki bezpieczeństwa, wnioski zgłoszeniowe i inne dokumenty.

CLAUDIA JELEA {Romania} |TWITTER|BLOG|LINKEDIN|
BIO: Claudia has wide expertise in commercial law and specializes in intellectual property, entertainment law, IT&C, e-commerce, privacy & data protection and pharmaceuticals law. For over 7 years, she has been advising international and domestic clients on copyright, database rights, IT law, registration, protection and infringement proceedings on trademarks and industrial designs, Internet domain names arbitration, licensing, etc. Claudia is also experienced in cross-border transfers of personal data, in telecom and pharmaceuticals regulations, as well as in any advertising and promotion-related legal aspects. In addition, her work covers drafting and negotiation of a wide range of contracts, participation to legal due diligence investigations and representation of clients in court and before state authorities. Previously, Claudia was a lawyer with two of the largest law firms in Romania, CMS Cameron McKenna and PeliFilip, where she advised many high profile corporations mainly from IT&C, pharma and FMCG industries. She is a member of the Bucharest Bar and of the Romanian Chamber of Industrial Property Attorneys. Claudia is fluent in English. In her spare time, she enjoys painting and piano playing.

DARIUSZ SZOSTEK, ASSOC. PROF. {Poland} |BLOG|LINKEDIN|
BIO: Legal adviser (entry No. KT-3267 in the register of OIRP legal advisers in Katowice) Associate professor at the University of Opole; Faculty of Law. He specializes in information technology law, consumer law and e-government. Committee member for the Jurisprudence and Economics at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Branch in Katowice. Partner of the Research Centre for Legal and Economic Issues of Electronic Communication at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wroclaw. Prof. Szostek actively participates in scientific conferences, legislative works on regulations concerning new technologies, he also conducts legal training sessions.

GABRIELA BAR, PH. D. IN LAW {Poland} |BLOG|LINKEDIN|
BIO:
Legal adviser (entry No. WR-2038 in the register of OIRP legal advisers in Wrocław), Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wroclaw graduate. She specializes in civil law, specifically concerning the law of new technologies (electronic communication, e-commerce), intellectual property and commercial law. She has gained many years of experience in the vindication of claims, receivable portfolio evaluation and debt trading by investment funds. Partner of the Research Centre for Legal and Economic Issues of Electronic Communication at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wroclaw. She participates in scientific conferences, legislative works on regulations concerning new technologies and conducts legal training sessions.

EDUARDO USTARAN {Spain/England} |TWITTER|BLOG|LINKEDIN|
BIO: Eduardo is a partner in the global Privacy and Information Management practice of Hogan Lovells and an internationally recognised expert in privacy and data protection law. He is a dually qualified English Solicitor and Spanish Abogado based in London. Eduardo is a member of the Board of Directors of the IAPP, co-founder and editor of Data Protection Law & Policy, and a member of the panel of experts of DataGuidance. Eduardo is executive editor of European Privacy: Law and Practice for Data Protection Professionals (IAPP, 2011), and co-author of Beyond Data Protection (Springer, 2013), E-Privacy and Online Data Protection (Tottel Publishing, 2007) and of the Law Society’s Data Protection Handbook (2004). Eduardo has lectured at the University of Cambridge on data protection as part of its Masters of Bioscience Enterprise, and regularly speaks at international conferences.

ANDREW SUTHERLAND {England} |TWITTER|BLOG|LINKEDIN|
BIO: Andrew leads Radiant Law’s outsourcing practice in London. Andrew provides specialist advice on IT, communications and outsourcing transactions. He has particular experience of structuring, negotiating and managing complex business critical outsourcing transactions in the public and private sectors, across all industries, and both in the UK and internationally. He joined Radiant Law in 2014, having previously been a Legal Director at RPC and a senior member of SJ Berwin’s strategic sourcing practice.  Prior to that, Andrew spent several years at EDS (now HP Enterprise Services) where he was a lead lawyer on new business transactions. He has also held senior commercial management positions at GEC-Marconi and British Aerospace.

Don’t be shy. If you need some advices… just contact them!

PS. And if you know more good, geeky lawyers, just print their names in comments.