Done your GDPR Gap-Assessment? – Not Compliant? – What next?
Organisations that have done a GAP Assessment and know that they are not compliant are often unsure how to sequence & prioritise their actions to achieve maximum impact.
This seminar focuses on how to build a high impact action plan for GDPR from a business process, information security and legal perspective.
Join us to:
Plan ahead for the introduction of the GDPR and understand your organisation’s obligations under the new regulationsHear from leading experts in the field of data protection and benefit from unique insights into the implications of GDPRQuiz our table experts about what GDPR will mean for your organisation network with other business leaders.
Topics that will be covered are:
- What is the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)?
- What other regulations do you need to know about?
- How will the change in law affect technology companies?
- How to meet your new compliance obligations?
- How to manage your clients and suppliers’ requests for compliance?
Shadi A. Razak, CTO of CyNation, is a cybersecurity and business digitalisation expert with a strong foundation in business & IT strategy. Shadi has 15+ years’ experience in information security management, data privacy and protection, information governance and compliance, working for blue chip companies, government organisations, financial services and SMEs. He holds a BSc in Computer Engineering, an MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London and an MBA from the University of Sunderland.
Raoul Lumb is Associate at Simons Murihead and Burton LLP. Raoul is a specialist technology and data protection lawyer who helps his clients with a wide range of privacy, contract and intellectual property issues. He has a wealth of expertise in advertising clients on the GDPR (and its close relatives the PECR and the Data Protection Bill 2018) and has advised a wide range of organisations, including political parties, listed UK PLC’s, and sophisticated analytics businesses on the implications of the GDPR and how they can adapt their business models to enable them to comply with its terms beyond May 2018.
Location: WeWork, Room 3A, 15 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 3AR