Designing GDPR Compliance into your business operation

Designing GDPR Compliance into your business operation

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The rules regarding the processing and maintenance of European personal data are about to undergo a tremendous transformation, requiring changes to both human and digital processes, putting your company in extreme financial and business risk. To stay in business requires learning how to survive the new regulations effective 25 May 2018.

Many organisations are unclear on how GDPR applies to their business operations and are unaware of their obligations. Demonstrating compliance as well as business implications and personal exposure for key officers of the organisation are key areas that need full understanding.

Anyone who wants to learn about protecting their business and their people records should watch.

This webinar discussed:

  • The problems and risks
  • The impact beyond the EU (especially the UK)
  • What must happen upon discovering a data breach
  • Assessment for developing a remediation plan

We hope you’ll join us and Searchlight consulting, our business transformation consulting partner


Speakers

Nausheen Sayed Senior Consultant, K&I US-UK at QualiTest Group

Nausheen, a B.E. in Computer Science, practiced as a freelance developer before joining QualiTest in 2013. She rapidly moved from being a QA Analyst to project lead to the Service Delivery Manager. She managed many projects from MTS engagements to staffing augmentation, from automation to performance, from medical healthcare domain to CRM systems. She describes herself as artistic, detailed, fun, a food lover, runner and someone who loves meeting new people and visiting new places.

 

Samin Sarkar – Transformation Consultant at Searchlight Consulting

Samin works at Searchlight Consulting, specialising in digital strategy and transformation. Recent engagements include advising clients on data compliance, cloud migration, workplace collaboration, API management, data analytics, and DevOps.  His experience includes a variety of positions at British Steel and IBM UK as well as having been Intel’s EMEA Sales Director where he led teams concerned with IoT, API Management, Big Data and Analytics, PCI tokenisation and Security.