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How personal and sensitive data is defined, processing and consent provision
The roles and responsibilities of DPOs (data protection officers) data controllers and processors
DPIA (data protection impact assessment) and data transfer
Non-compliance and data breach
On 25 May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force.
Affecting organisations within the EU as well as those outside and using EU citizens’ data, GDPR is predicted to have a major impact on how personal data is stored and managed, and businesses are going to be looking to IT solution providers for support.
Hosted by independent GDPR Implementation Consultant Pierre Westphal, our webinar 10 questions your customers should answer about GDPR will look at areas including,
We’ve put together an eBook which looks at:
✔ How personal and sensitive data is defined, processing and consent provision
✔ The roles and responsibilities of DPOs (data protection officers) data controllers and processors
✔ DPIA (data protection impact assessment) and data transfer
✔ Non-compliance and data breach – resulting fines, and detection, reporting and investigation requirements
There will be opportunity to ask questions and explore options for next steps – so register now for 10 questions your customers should answer about GDPR
Thursday 22 June 2017, 10-10.45am