Privacy Counsel, Deputy Data Protection Officer at NGA HR
DPO and GDPR Practice Lead at Inpuls
Is Your Organization Ready for the GDPR? Challenges & Compliance Implications for HR
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The compliance countdown begins...
you found all the answers to your GDPR challenge? Will your company be
compliant with the new privacy regulation by May 2018?
With complicated national and EU requirements and the ever-present
threat of data breaches, the potential for legal prosecution, high
fines, and reputational loss is at an all-time high. Therefore an
increasing number of organizations have put this topic high on their
agenda. However, varying legislative requirements and difficulty gaining
complete accuracy and understanding over data classification and
location makes it difficult to get started and how best to practically
approach this topic.
During this lunch meeting NGA HR and Inpuls join forces to explore GDPR’s implications for implementation and data governance, the challenges posed to organizations and viable solutions to minimize risk and ensure compliance. Sascha Schneider, data protection officer at NGA HR, and Regine Dhaene, DPO and GDPR practice lead at Inpuls will clarify the legal context of GDPR and the typical use cases.
What to expect?
Data protection: more than a tick the box exercise
The essence of the GDPR
The rights of the data subject
Data privacy strategy: How to use privacy as differentiator?
Roles and responsibilities of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) and Data Protection Authorities (DPAs)
NGA HR’s approach to GDPR compliance requirements in the HR domain
Checklist and steps to take to become GDPR-compliant
If you’re still not prepared, don’t panic: join our workshop on February 16 and get your information and records GDPR ready.
Thursday, February 16
12:00 to 15:00
NGA Human Resources
Blog: Raise your Privacy Shield. Your EU-US Data is no longer in a Safe Harbor.