Big data is oxygen to businesses large and small in the modern era, which is why it must be used and treated with the utmost of care.
Accordingly, companies dealing with big data – those who handle the personal details of individuals and organisations in the EU – can leave no stone unturned in their efforts to keep this data safe. In the era of the GDPR, it means we simply cannot afford to get compliant processing wrong.
Understanding the obligations of this new legislative climate is fundamental to knowing how the GDPR applies to your organisation. From here, executives can begin to implement risk management through every facet of business, from personnel behaviours, to processes and policies, so that data protection becomes the 24/7 concern that it must be.
You can get to the cutting edge of debate of this crucial issue by tuning into “GDPR & Risk Management across the EU”, an industry-leading webinar hosted by Data Protection World Forum.
Taking place on Tuesday, August 21st at 2pm, the broadcast will study the core aspects of the risk-based approach to the new data security laws, taking likelihood, harm and vulnerabilities into account.
Also on the agenda:
- Determining how varieties of data correspond to specific risk categories, including location, access and transfer.
- What a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) is, how it can be used and when it needs to be actioned.
- Who needs to be in charge of a DPIA and how DPIA implementation plays out
- Identification of processes that the GDPR standards deem to be ‘high risk’, and what acceptable ‘residual risk’ means.
- How to contact and deal with supervisory authorities.
Ardi Kolah LL.M
Ardi is Executive Fellow and Director of the GDPR Programme at Henley Business School and works part-time as the DPO for Hitachi Consulting that became the first to achieve BS10012:2017 (Personal Information Management System).
Ardi started his career at the BBC before working for Andersen Consulting as a senior manager. He is recognised as one of the leading data protection practitioners in Europe and has provided advice and training to Nationwide, HSBC, Accenture, Santander, Hitachi, Sainsbury’s, John Lewis Partnership, Marks & Spencer, SolarWinds MSP, HCL, CarbonBlack, Century Link/Level 3, Lloyds Bank, Capita Asset Services and many others on GDPR.
Ardi was a judge for the ICO’s inaugural DPO Awards and is chief examiner of the foundation and practitioner certificates in data protection and privacy for the British Computer Society. Ardi is also Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Data Protection & Privacy and is a keynote speaker/chair all over the world on GDPR.
Ivana Bartoletti, Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv is the co-host. Her years of experience in the field span the public and private sectors, including senior roles in the NHS, Barclays and Sky.
Ivana holds a Master of Laws degree (LLM) with a Distinction and a postgraduate management degree in European Public Affairs. Ivana recently delivered a packed-out talk on Brexit to a crowd at GDPR Summit London.
Secure your place today
As we move into the third month of life under the GDPR, organisations should be developing their learning and honing practices and behaviours in a way that keeps risk mitigation front of mind.
“GDPR & Risk Management across the EU” is tailored for progression on this crucial compliance journey.
Viewers will also be able to put queries to our hosts and have specific problems answered in context in a 15-minute Q&A at the end of the presentation.
- Tuesday 21st August 14:00: Webinar Start
- 14:00 – 14:45: Main Presentation
- 14:45 – 15:00: Live Audience Q&A
- 15:00: Webinar End
Click here to register, and secure your place now.
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/