The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May 2016 and will take effect in May 2018. It applies to any organisation operating within the EU or holding data belonging to EU citizens. If your institution doesn’t know exactly what data it holds, you won’t be able to comply with the legislation and you could be at risk of incurring a large fine – but fear not, help is at hand …
Our free one-day event will be packed with insightful keynotes and workshops sharing information around such as:
An overview of the key clauses within GDPR and what they actually mean
How much non-compliance will cost different organisations
Tips on how to comply – clause by clause
How will Brexit impact EU regulations
Next steps to help you achieve, maintain and demonstrate compliance with the GDPR
Who should attend?
Anyone responsible for the security of student, staff and business information – and, in particular, for those tasked with ensuring the privacy of student information, including:
Heads of IT Security, Network and Infrastructure
ISOs and CISOs
IT Directors and Information Officers
Infrastructure and Data Security Managers
Information Governance Officers, not responsible for IT
In addition, for Senior Executives in non-technology based roles who are looking to appreciate the wider business implications of this far-reaching legislation, our overview sessions are also a great way to understand the basics of the GDPR.
Places are limited for this exclusive event, just for the Education Sector, so please register now.
For further information on any aspect relating to the GDPR, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the Phoenix Software Education Team today on 01904 562200, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below:
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