With the deadline for GDPR fast approaching, GDPR Seminars are bringing together industry experts from across Ireland to discuss the implications of GDPR for their businesses. The aim of the seminar is to provide organisations with an overview of the GDPR along with practical steps they can embark on now in their journey towards achieving GDPR compliance.
The Data Compliance and GDPR Seminar is aimed at business owners, decision makers in IT and GDPR compliance and those responsible for data transfer policy and practice within their business.
Attendees will gain invaluable insights into topics such as the differences between the GDPR and previous Data Protection Acts, what businesses need to focus on when implementing Technical and Organisational Measures, the importance of compliant data transfer processes and how to avoid some of the common data breaches. Also included is a case study from one company on how they have approached their GDPR compliance project.
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with GDPR experts and other IT and data compliance experts.
The event is certified by the ICLU, IOB and LIA and all attendees will receive three CPD points.
While this is a free event, spaces are limited. In order to guarantee a place, interested parties are encouraged to register early.
09.15 – 09.30|
Registration/Tea & Coffee
09.30 – 09.45|
James Treacy, StubbsGazette
09.45 – 10.05|
“The GDPR vs the previous Data Protection Acts and the associated impact on Audits”
10.05 – 10.15|
The GDPR – some of the key considerations for businesses
Mike Ross, Wizuda
10.15 – 10.35|
“The importance of compliant data transfer processes and how to avoid common data breaches.”
Danielle Cussen, Wizuda
10.35 – 10.55|
The StubbsGazette Case Study
Donal Knox, StubbsGazette & Shane O’Keeffe, Wizuda
10.55 – 11.15|
TOMS (Technical and Organisational Measures) and how these are addressed in the GDPR
Trisha Higgins, Fort Privacy
11.15 – 11.55|
James Treacy, Trisha Higgins, Danielle Cussen, Shane O’Keeffe, Donal Knox
12.00 – 12.30|
Wizuda is a Dublin-based technology business, providing world class software solutions which enable organisations to manage data transfer and file sharing activities in compliance with the GDPR. Specialists in data transfer since 2001, Wizuda is a wholly Irish owned company with technology and resources 100% physically located within the EU.
StubbsGazette is the longest established credit reference agency in Ireland. StubbsGazette has developed new solutions around AML compliance and KYC including digital ID Verification technologies, providing a complete solution that enables you to manage your debt, credit, and compliance requirements saving you time and money and boosting your bottom line.
Fort Privacy offers operationally focused data protection solutions to help companies and organisations on the ongoing journey of GDPR compliance. Fort Privacy is a multi-disciplined team that combines legal, technical and operational expertise in the area of data protection and related data management activities.
The Data Compliance and GDPR Seminar Cork will be held in the Clayton Hotel Cork on the 7th December. Parking is available at the Lapps Quay Public Car Park which is located underneath the hotel. A €10 daily rate is available for attendees.