OPERATIONALIZING THE GDPR: WHAT TO DO AFTER MAY 25
Much attention has been paid, and rightfully so, to preparing for the GDPR's May 25 effective date. But what happens after that?
In truth, May 25 is not the end of the road - it's just the beginning. From there, organizations will need to go live with new processes, begin conducting system-specific assessments, prepare for regular GDPR compliance audits, and deal with the influx of new data subject requests.
In this 60-minute webinar from Focal Point's GDPR experts, we look over the GDPR horizon at the steps you'll need to take once the regulation is in effect. We cover the biggest hurdles facing newly compliant organizations, as well as tips for ensuring your compliance is sustainable and long-lasting. Viewers get a first-hand look at:
- The top operational and process changes needed for GDPR compliance
- How and when to perform system-specific assessments for GDPR compliance
- Conducting audits for GDPR compliance
- Preparing to handle new data subject requests
The webinar includes a 15-minute Q&A with our panelists.
Eric Dieterich - Eric is Focal Point’s leading GDPR expert, and a frequent speaker on GDPR at local and national industry events. Among privacy practitioners, Eric was one of the earliest voices providing thought leadership on the GDPR transition, helping many Fortune 500 companies build GDPR transition plans shortly after the legislation’s passage. Eric is a Principal at Focal Point, leading the company’s national Data Privacy practice. Day-in and day-out, Eric is immersed in privacy-related matters that span across industries, working with some of the largest global organizations in the world.
Franchesca Sanabria - Franchesca leads many of Focal Point’s largest GDPR projects, and is a respected speaker and innovator in international data privacy regulations. As a Principal in Focal Point’s Data Privacy practice, she has successfully developed and implemented privacy programs for leading multi-national organizations. Franchesca is an IAPP KnowledgeNet chairperson in South Florida and regularly presents at privacy and security conferences around the country.
This private webcast is sponsored by Focal Point Data Risk.