How to Design a General Data Protection Regulation Readiness Assessment Program Webinar
||How to Design a General Data Protection Regulation Readiness Assessment Program Webinar
||Kelsey Vuillemot [National Association of Women Lawyers]
||Jun 27, 2017 02:00 PM America/Eastern
||Jun 27, 2017 03:00 PM America/Eastern
||Join the National Association of Women Lawyers for “How to Design a GDPR Readiness Assessment Program” a webinar presented by the NAWL Women in Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Area Affinity Group
In 11 months' time the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect (May 25, 2018) and this regulation will apply to all EU Member States. The maximum fine for a violation of the GDPR is 4% of total annual worldwide turnover or €20 million whichever is higher and allows data subjects to bring legal action against organizations where a data breach has occurred. Are you ready?
If you are impacted; if you offer goods and services to EU residents; If you monitor the behavior of EU residents; and if you are a "Data Processor" of EU resident "personal data," you'll want to join us to get practical guidance on how to develop a GDPR plan and be compliant when the regulation becomes effective.
In this webinar you will learn:
• The definition of "Personal Data" under GDPR;
• Collection and Purpose Limitation;
• Where such Personal data is stored across the organization;
• Whether the Personal Data is secure throughout its lifecycle;
• Individual rights ("Right to be Forgotten", Right to Data Portability");
• Policies and Procedures required to achieve compliance with GDPR;
• Data transfers to countries outside the EU/EEA under GDPR; and
• EU - US Privacy Shield.
Aime Taal, Vice President, Deutsche Bank