Jean-Marc Zenklusen & Nandkishor Gaikwad
16 - 17 April 2024 | Alte Kaserne Winterthur
Head of Service Delivery Platform and Cloud Services @ KPMG AG
Jean-Marc Zenklusen (Head of Service Delivery Platform) is a distinguished leader in IT Infrastructure and Cloud Platform management at KPMG Switzerland, specializing in the realm of cloud transformation. Possessing over two decades of extensive experience as a seasoned IT professional, he demonstrates exceptional proficiency at the convergence of technology and leadership.
Since 2011, Jean-Marc has been actively engaged in the sphere of cloud technology within the insurance, finance, and consulting sectors. Presently, he is spearheading the comprehensive adoption of public cloud within the Platform Services division at KPMG Switzerland. Leveraging a fusion of technical expertise and robust leadership capabilities, he endeavors to propel innovation and attain strategic business objectives, especially in the area of OpenAI Services.
Lead Enterprise Solution and Cloud Solution Architect @ KPMG AG
Nandkishor Gaikwad, is lead enterprise solution architect and cloud solution architect, based in Switzerland. He is currently working as KPMG Switzerland CCoE Lead and also as lead of architecture & technology group in Cognizant in Swiss based Banking, Financial & Insurance Engagements. Since beginning of year 2000, he has been developing software for enterprise businesses and has engaged extensively with large enterprise clients globally to design, engineer and evolve wide variety systems both on-premises and cloud native infrastructure. With key focus on cloud center of excellence, cloud native solutions, cloud migrations, continuous delivery, DevOps, automation and infrastructure as code, OpenAI, he has been actively involved in adoption of these paradigms in enterprise IT.
How can we achieve new Federal Act on Data Protection compliance BY DESIGN for OpenAI based solution
You want to bring OpenAI services to your company and/or clients but you don’t know how to handle the hurdles with the new “Federal Act on Data Protection” (nFADP) from Swiss data protection law? To bring OpenAI services to your company and/or clients, you need to ensure that you are compliant with the new data protection laws. Our storyline helps you to get started with this:
New Federal Act on Data Protection (nFADP) in a nutshell: This section will provide a brief overview of the new law and highlight the differences between the new and previous versions of the law before September 2023.
OpenAI Service (like Chat GPT) vs. Azure OpenAI Service: This section will explain the difference between the two services and why such a difference is needed for nFADP.
What do I need as a company to be compliant with nFADP when using and providing OpenAI Services to clients in Switzerland?: This section will outline the requirements that companies need to meet to be compliant with the new data protection laws when using and providing OpenAI Services to clients in Switzerland.
How to set up a safe and compliant OpenAI service environment in compliance with nFADP: This section will provide a step-by-step guide on how to set up a safe and compliant OpenAI service environment in compliance with nFADP.
Demo: This section will provide a demo of how to use OpenAI services in a safe and compliant way.
All this you can do by using «Privacy by Design Principle». This means already built in in platform design using IaC (Infrastructure as Code) and embedding privacy assurance into the platform. By doing this we reduce cognitive load on our teams building applications using openAI.