With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becoming law across the European Union on 25 May 2018 and the Secretary of State’s statement that the UK will be opting in, it is time for your organisation to prepare for the impact it will have on the way in which you collect, process and share data.
One of the key accountability requirements of GDPR is for organisations to know what personal data their business activities impact and should act now to define their GDPR roadmap in a bid to understand the work involved and ensure that any costs are factored into budgets and plans going forward.
Join NCC Group’s breakfast briefing on the 19 January at The Grange Hotel, London to learn more about GDPR and how your organisation can prepare.
8:00am – 9:30am
Grange St Paul's Hotel, Royal Suite, 10 Godliman St, London, EC4V 5AJ
The breakfast briefing will cover:
• An overview of the GDPR.
• What are sufficient grounds for processing?
• A review of the compliance roadmap.
• Panel discussion, including a Q&A session
Lydia Lavender, Senior Consultant, NCC Group
Lydia is a senior consultant at NCC Group and her key focus is helping organisations improve their privacy and security compliance through effective strategy and awareness. Over the past ten years Lydia has delivered security consultancy assignments and formal security compliance audits to UK, European and global clients with legislation and sector specific requirements.