Implementing GDPR Conference
“GDPR preparation doesn’t end on May 25, it requires ongoing effort. You will be expected to continue to identify and address emerging privacy and security risks in the weeks, months and years beyond.” – Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner
With strict new rules governing transparency, customer opt-ins and the reporting of data breaches, GDPR has been a described as a “game changer for everyone” in the both the public and private sectors.
But while many organisations have focused on securing GDPR compliance ahead of the May 2018 deadline, this date is just the beginning of a major transformation in the way we collect, store and use data.
Join us for the Implementing GDPR Conference where leading experts will assess the legislation’s impact so far and help ensure your organisation is fully prepared for the future. Taking place one month after the GDPR deadline, this conference will give you the opportunity to compare your GDPR performance with examples of best practice, understand your obligations under the new regulations and re-evaluate your data security procedures.
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Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition
Opening Remarks from Chair
Harry F Ewins, GDPR Practitioner (Trainer & Adviser} Managing Consultant, External Perspective
Rowenna Fielding, Digital Officer, National Association of Data Protection Officers
Post implementation: how successful have your organisational roadmaps been?
Jake Anthony, Commercial Sector Sales Engineering Manager, UK IT Security Engineering Manager, LogPoint
Refreshments & Networking Break
Manish Soni, IT Professional and PrivacyCyber-security lawyer, MacFarlanes LLPp;
A paradigm shift under the GDPR?
Seminar delivered by FileFacets
The GDPRs requirements are well established.
Its repercussions are severe. So where do you start?
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Kaveh Lahooti, Data Protection Consultant, Gemserv
Have you successfully constructed and implemented a risk based approach to GDPR for your business?
Harry Ewins, GDPR Practitioner (Trainer & Adviser} Managing Consultant, External Perspective
How to Avoid Panic Stations in the Case of a Breach
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Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
Closing Remarks from ChairHarry F Ewins, GDPR Practitioner (Trainer & Adviser} Managing Consultant, External Perspective
Close of Conference
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- Discover What data processing looks like in a post-Brexit United Kingdom
- Learn and listen to engaging GDPR and data protection case-studies and participate in supplier led seminars
- Understand how you and your team can capitalise on the data revolution and how to best ensure GDPR compliance
- Develop your knowledge of what is meant by the accountability principle
- Understand what action to take when a breach occurs and ensure that you do so within the 72 hour period
Who should attend?
Head of Information Governance, ICT Managers, HR Managers, Marketing Directors, Safety Manager, CRM Database Managers, Record Managers, Data Specialists, Head of Data Protection