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GDPR: the three biggest challenges and how to tackle them

Sponsored by Forcepoint

Date: Wednesday 7 June
Venue: The Savoy

Timings:

6:30pm - Drinks reception
7:15pm - 3 course dinner
8:45pm - Research Presentation
9:00pm - Round Table Discussion
10:00pm - Post Dinner Drinks
11:30pm - Carriages

To book your place:

For information on attending, please email Lydia Szulc-Krzyzanowska at Lydia.Szulc-Krzyzanowska@incisivemedia.com with your full details and any dietary requirements you have.

About the event:

Three of the most onerous provisions in the GDPR concern the rights of the individual to know what data an organisation knows about him or her and to have that data deleted - the so called ‘right of erasure' - the legality of the transfer of personal data outside the EU, and the requirement to report data breaches within 72 hours.

Essential for compliance with all three measures is a knowledge of where personal data is stored, how it is protected against loss or theft and where and by whom it is processed. With less than a year to go before the GDPR is signed into law, there is no time to lose to start working towards compliance with these provisions. To ignore the new rules is to risk a heavy fine and substantial reputational damage.

These three areas - the right of erasure, data transfers and breach reporting - form the focus of our discussion in our latest IT Leaders' Club. It's a lot to get through, but we hope to uncover the key facts you need to know, and to provide some practical advice as to how to proceed towards compliance.

How do I reserve my place?

For information on attending, please email Lydia Szulc-Krzyzanowska at Lydia.Szulc-Krzyzanowska@incisivemedia.com with your full details and any dietary requirements you have.

By attending our Dining Club events, you can expect to be covered on computing.co.uk and in our print magazine - giving you the opportunity to significantly increase your market profile.

 

 

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