Data Protection – The Big Picture

In GDPR by John A. Walsh0 Comments

The Data Protection Forum is proud to present it’s inaugural Meetup, “Data Protection – The Big Picture“ which will be held at NDRC, Dublin on Monday March 20th from 13:30 – 17:30 HRS

Data Privacy and Data Protection professionals across Europe and beyond need to ensure that the organisations they represent are fully informed and adequately prepared to be GDPR compliant to mitigate against the risk of being fined up to 20 Million Euro or 4% of global turnover should they fall foul of the powerful new Regulation.

Panellists will include Irish and European practitioners with extensive industry experience industry covering the Legal, Data Management and Technology sectors.Discussions will inform those with organisational responsibility for GDPR Compliance and will cover such topics as:

  • What is GDPR?
  • How to implement GDPR in your organisation?
  • Dealing with Data Access Requests
  • Data Breach Responsibilities
  • Real Life Case Studies, and much more.

Attendees will get the chance to network with and ask questions of some of the most informed minds in GDPR and Data Protection today and will leave the event with valuable new information and industry links to help them on their journey to GDPR compliance.

Registration for this one of a kind event is free. However as places are limited those interested are asked to RSVP as soon as possible via this link.

About the Data Protection Forum

The Data Protection Forum is committed to bringing awareness about the importance of Data Protection and Ethics to individuals and organisations across Europe and beyond. We are an international network of professionals covering the Legal, Information and Technology domains.

“DP Forum” envisions a world in which all of our data will be protected, respected and used in an ethical manner. This is essential to the protection of our freedom and human dignity. In order for us all to participate in this Fourth Industrial Resolution and benefit from its wondrous achievements, we need greater awareness and vigilance so that our legal and technical evolutions work for us and not against us.

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