Head of Data Breach Services at Experian, Jim Steven will be delivering his expert opinions to delegates at GDPR Summit: London, coming to 155 Bishopsgate on April 23rd.
Jim’s wealth of experience and knowledge have been a decisive force behind the success of Experian’s global data breach resolution offering. In helping organisations to understand their customers better, Jim enables businesses to drive customer satisfaction while ensuring that everything is in order behind the scenes to ensure data security is never compromised.
As Head of Data Breach, Jim’s work is built upon awareness and thorough preparation – ensuring organisations know the importance of investing in and testing new plans regularly, updating as breaches occur.
In today’s data economy this is core to building a comprehensive response plan that satisfies the demands of the GDPR and puts the safety of the consumer first, covering issues such as customer notification, crisis management, forensics and legal steps.
Only a fully comprehensive support plan such as this is enough to help those most who are potentially affected, so that data integrity and the reputation of the organisation responsible for processing that data, remain intact.
Delegates attending this month’s GDPR Summit London will learn from Jim as he explains best practice in context for data breaches under the EU’s incoming General Data Protection Regulation.
Get on the right road to comprehensive compliance
GDPR Summit London comes to 155 Bishopsgate on Monday, April 23rd.
Supported by the University of Reading’s Henley Business School, GDPR Summit London will see industry leaders unpack the GPDR across three keynote theatres: GDPR Roadmap, Roadmap for Sales and Marketing, and GDPR HR Briefing.
Delegates can expect a day full of insight, actionable insight and live debate on all the key issues of the forthcoming Regulation, so that the right steps are taken to safeguard data protection practices.
To book your ticket, or to see the agenda in full, click here.
The inaugural Data Protection World Forum (DPWF) will be held on November 20th & 21st 2018 at the ExCeL London which will provide a broader focus across the data protection and privacy space amidst the progressive tightening of global data protection laws.
Ahead of the end of year event, DPWF has launched a series of intensive workshops.
Further information on the DPWF and workshop details are available at: https://www.dataprotectionworldforum.com/