Webinar – GDPR Data Protection & Information Security Principles – 12th April

Webinar – GDPR Data Protection & Information Security Principles – 12th April

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It is unlikely that any organisation will be exempt from complying with the new EU General Data Protection Regulations, as it applies to any organisation collecting, sharing or using personal data.

The implications of non-compliance include substantial fines equating to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 million (whichever is higher; reputational damage and fines for failure to report data breaches.  However, within the wealth of information now readily available on how to gain GDPR compliance there are a plethora of conflicting recommendations and interpretations.  Therefore, organisations are confused about their compliance obligations, how the new regulations apply to them and practical ways in which they can approach compliance.

In light of this, and to help organisations demystify the requirements of GDPR Quadra are delivering a webinar session in partnership with leading UK IT Provider and Microsoft Partner, Xperience Group on Thursday 12th April to inform attendees on their GDPR compliance obligations.

Do You Want To Understand…

  • What GDPR is exactly?
  • Is my company going to be impacted?
  • What are the security threats that can cause non-compliance?
  • How can I minimise risks and protect my business data?
  • How can my company implement technical infrastructure that will ensure optimal governance of client data?

Who Should Attend?

If you’re unsure of whether or not GDPR applies to you and you’re worried about data processing and security when GDPR comes to life, this webinar is for you. This session will especially be of benefit to:

  • Marketing Managers
  • Senior Managers
  • Accounting Professionals
  • IT Managers/Executives
  • Managing Directors

Date: Thursday 12th April

Time: 11.00-11.45am

Duration: 30 mins followed by Q&A

The introduction of GDPR is likely to transform the way companies handle customer data by exposing them to the risk of hefty fines and severe penalties in the event of non-compliance and data breach. By attending this webinar, you will better understand your responsibilities with regards to the upcoming regulation, so you can stay compliant.



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