Actions and Detail Panel
EU GDPR Action Academy: Learn Key Business Weaknesses & Steps to Compliance
Thu 27 April 2017, 13:30 – 19:30 BST
The starting gun has fired for EU GDPR and there is now just a little over a year for businesses to achieve legislative requirements. Brexit aside, corporations will need to comply if conducting business with Europe. This seminar addresses the business case for alignment for EU GDPR, highlighting the risks to your business in terms of levels of security maturity and the fines that could be levied.
Businesses now urgently need to scope their requirements for alignment to meet the compliance date of May 2018.
ZeroDayLab's EU GDPR Action Academy
The EU GDPR Action Academy delivers an afternoon of consultancy, with presentations, interactive sessions and workshops all designed to arm security and risk professionals with the knowledge they need to prepare and implement EU GDPR assessments and policy alignment. All discussions will be under Chatham House rules.
Delegates will learn:
Knowing Your Data - Classes of Data and the Differing Rules
Common Areas of Risk including the 'Right to be Forgotten'
Technology, Enforcement & Controls - PLUS Monitoring Data Outside Your Control
The Role of the Data Protection Officer & Achieving Education & Engagement for the Wider Business
Data Protection Impact Assessments: What They Are, Why You Should Have Them & How to Scope
Maintaining Compliance: Continuous Monitoring to Raise Standards, Ensure Compliance and Reduce Risk
Delegates also receive an EU GDPR Action Pack to take away. This includes outlines of key EU GDPR alignment projects with descriptions, content, durations and budgetary guidelines.
BOOK NOW - LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE £350 + VAT per person
Nick Prescot, Senior Information Security Manager, ZeroDayLab
Nick Prescot has extensive experience working with global corporations to high-growth SMEs advising on Governance, Risk and Compliance and Incident Response. Passionate about enabling companies to improve their cyber resilience and posture, his experience provides an incisive and holistic perspective on effective and clear compliance and information security strategies.
Stuart Peck, Head of Cyber Security Strategy, ZeroDayLab
From a background of threat intelligence, social engineering and incident response, Stuart Pecks heads up Cyber Security Strategy for ZeroDayLab. Stuart regularly delivers threat briefings to FTSE-level executives and directors throughout the UK and Europe. Passionate about educating organisations on the latest attacker trends facing business today and how to combat them, Stuart's key areas of expertise include: the dark web, social engineering, malware and ransomware analysis & trends, threat hunting, OSINT, HUMINT and attacker recon techniques.
BOOK NOW - LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE
In order for delegates to gain maximum value from this training session, places are limited. The ticket price includes afternoon tea and early evening networking with your industry peers over drinks and canapes.