The past 12 months has demonstrated unprecedented change on the data privacy landscape at national and international levels.
Much of this adjustment has been spearheaded by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has pushed data handlers and data controllers to align with new standards designed to afford citizens better protection in the digital age.
Non-compliant organisations leave themselves open to severe financial penalties, reputational damage and loss of trust among an increasingly aware consumer base. These are no empty threats, as action taken by regulators in Europe has proven throughout 2018 and early 2019.
Against a backdrop characterised by massive data breaches committed by some of the world’s biggest data handlers, the urgent need for fit-for-purpose data legislation is underlined by the way companies and regimes around the world are working to pass GDPR-style rules.
Within a data privacy climate that has never been more dynamic, executives are right to have many questions with regard to the challenges of legal compliance. But help is at hand.
OneTrust hosts advice and guidance from the experts
Going live on April 3rd, Managing Global Privacy Laws is a webinar hosted by, privacy management software experts, OneTrust.
This exclusive broadcast will shed light on the ways organisations are meeting the demands of the GDPR, California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CPA), and other legislative requirements as they evolve in other areas of the globe.
On the panel at the OneTrust webinar are:
- Hellen Beveridge, Privacy Lead at Dataoversight
Hellen Beveridge is the Privacy and Compliance for Data Oversight, a privacy and compliance consultancy, offering services to organisations where data forms a significant operational load.
Hellen has been a Moderator and Speaker at numerous Data Protection World Forum & GDPR Summit Series events in the past, and is highly regarded in the data protection space.
- Andrew Clearwater, Director of Privacy at OneTrust
Andrew Clearwater serves as Director of Privacy at OneTrust. Clearwater is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US), holds an LLM in Global Law and Technology and is a licensed attorney.
In his role as Director of Privacy, Clearwater provides counsel, leadership, and guidance on data protection. Clearwater is also responsible for providing public policy analysis in the areas of privacy, data security, information policy, and technology transactions.
Clearwater is a globally recognised privacy thought leader and has spoken at many of the world’s leading privacy conferences on behalf of OneTrust.
About One Trust
OneTrust is the largest and most widely used technology platform to operationalise privacy, security and third-party risk management.
According The Forrester New Wave™: GDPR and Privacy Management Software, Q4 2018, OneTrust “leads the pack for vision and execution.” Additionally, Fast Company named OneTrust as one of 2019’s World’s Most Innovative Companies.
More than 2,500 customers, both big and small and across 100 countries, use OneTrust to implement their privacy, security and third-party risk programs, automatically generating the specific record keeping needed to demonstrate compliance with privacy regulations including the EU GDPR, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Brazil LGPD, and hundreds of the world’s privacy laws.
Title: Managing Global Privacy Laws
Date: Wednesday, April 03, 2019
Time: 01:00 PM British Summer Time
Duration: 1 hour
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.
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