GDPR is almost here… and most organisations won’t be able to say they’re 100 per cent ready, not even on the morning of 25 May when GDPR formally becomes law. Many organisations may never be able to say that, given some of the Regulation’s onerous requirements on, say, breach-notification reporting. However, all must be able to show that they have done their best to comply not just with the letter of the law, but its spirit, too.
So what do you have left to do, and how do you plan to to do it?
In this web seminar, we will be revealing the latest Computing Research from IT leaders across the UK on the subject and delving into the measures that every organisation will need to implement.
Joining us to do this will be James Walker, UKI Enterprise Security Consultant at security firm Trend Micro, and Robert Bond, partner at law firm Bristows and a veteran expert on data protection legislation. We’ll also be taking your questions live to help you comply with the GDPR – and keep the Information Commissioner at bay.
Technology Analyst Incisive Media Business TechnologyView presenter info
UKI Enterprise Security Consultant, Trend MicroView presenter info
James Walker has been in the computer networking and security industry for the past 15 years holding various sales, marketing, technical and product roles. Most recently James became leader of a team of enterprise focused sales engineers within Trend Micro’s UK/IRE Business Unit. Previous to this he held various positions at Trend Micro within various regional and global product marketing roles, covering a large part of the Trend Micro solution portfolio.
Partner and Notary Public, Bristows LLPView presenter info
Robert Bond is a Solicitor and Notary Public and a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional. He has nearly 40 years experience as a legal expert and author in the fields of e-commerce, computer games, media and publishing, data protection, information security and cyber risks.