Data Breaches are one aspect of GDPR that organisations fear the most. The consequences of a breach could lead to reputational damage and significant fines.
Jim Steven, Head of Data Breach Services at Experian, will be speaking at GDPR Summit London on Monday (23rd April). Mr Steven will discuss ‘HR best practice and mitigating risk’ which will cover: data breach response landscape and how it’s evolving, why HR plays an important role in reducing risk and why it’s important to put consumers at the heart of your incident response plan.
Experian have put together a Databreach Response Guide designed to support organisations preparing for a data breach. Mr Steven said: “the guide provides organisations with a step-by-step review of the key areas for consideration, providing useful insight and tools needed to prepare your organisation.” The guide also focuses on how putting the individuals affected at the ‘heart of the response’ can support your recovery and manage reputational damage.
To hear Mr Steven and other experts speak at GDPR Summit London, book your ticket here.
European Data Protection Summit will take place on June 3rd in Central London and will play host to 800 DPO’s, Security Professionals and senior business decision makers looking for; information, updates, clarity, advice and solutions. For more information, visit the website.