Are you ready for GDPR? Join us to get your questions answered.
Are you unsure about the effect GDPR will have on your business?
Did you know that non-compliant organisations face fines of up to €20M or 4% of global turnover?
Have you got a compliance plan in place?
Then we can help.
When the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is enforced from 25th May 2018, breached organisations will face dramatically increased penalties. There is a vast amount of information on this topic, but this often leaves you more confused than you were in the first place!
Our FREE seminar will strip away the jargon, discuss the real effects that GDPR will have on your business and, most importantly, explain you need to do to prepare. With plenty of time for Q&A, you’ll get the answers you need to get GDPR-ready in the way that best fits your organisation.
Wednesday 20th September
8am – 11am
Leeds, LS27 7LY
Breakfast will be served
How to turn GDPR into a positive for your business
Andrew Hart will explain the effects of GDPR in real business terms. The message is not one of what to fear, but rather what simple steps you can take to protect yourself, and to use GDPR as a stepping-stone to gaining competitive advantage through improved processes.
Get your infrastructure GDPR ready
Chris Stos-Gale will outline effective changes you can make to your IT infrastructure to mitigate the risks associated with GDPR. From security, through to identifying and reporting any breaches if they occur, Chris will advise on the many available actions to reduce the risks to your business.
About the experts:
Andrew Hart – Freeman Clarke Regional Director and GDPR expert: Before moving to Freeman Clarke in 2012, Andrew held IT Director roles at Deloitte and Arthur Andersen. He’s advised many SMEs on network security and regulatory compliance.
Chris Stos-Gale – SICL Technical Director: Chris is an acknowledged expert on data security and holds numerous industry certifications. He advises many of SICL’s corporate clients on all aspects of security, business continuity and compliance.