GDPR is real, it’s global, and the time to prepare is now. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect May 25, 2018 and it represents the biggest change to EU data protection and privacy legislation in the past three decades. Time is of the essence here because non-compliance fines are up to €20 million (approximately $25 million) or 4% of the company’s prior year revenue, whichever is greater.
Many US-based companies will be affected by GDPR and need to address their compliance obligations. The implications of GDPR for US companies who collect, maintain or process personal data of EU citizens will be significant. Everything from Finance to HR, Marketing, Sales and Customer Support will likely be affected by the required changes. Companies will also have to ensure their vendors and subcontractors are GDPR-compliant.
Join us for a panel event that will answer these questions:
Is your business/organization required to be compliant?
What does compliance entail?
Jerald Dawkins, Ph.D. – Chief Information Security Officer, True Digital Security
John Noltensmeyer – Privacy and Compliance Solutions Architech, TokenEx
Youssef Mhemedi – Security Consultant, True Digital Security
Tyler Moore, Ph.D. – Asst. Professor of Computer Science, The University of Tulsa