Join Fivium at Westminster eForum's Data Protection and the Regulatory Framework seminar
We are really pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting eCase at Westminster eForum’s “Data Protection and the regulatory framework: preparing for EU GDPR and the consequences of Brexit” Seminar on Thursday 27th April, at 1 Wimpole Street.
The seminar provides an excellent opportunity to hear from information experts with a variety of different remits across the public and private sectors and discuss these complex issues.
Talking about the seminar, Fivium Director Matt Fletcher said “We are delighted to be showcasing eCase and its ability to handle Subject Access Request cases and conform with both current and new legislative processes. Many are expecting a surge in SARs requests when the new legislation comes in and eCase, by managing and streamlining the process, can help organisations produce consistent, quality responses.”
He continued, “The incoming GDPR will have a significant effect on the privacy landscape at many different levels in organisations across the public and private sectors – a situation which is further complicated by Brexit. We’re really looking forward to hearing from the wide range of experts at the seminar and getting their views on the likely scenarios and their potential impact.”
For more information about eCase and how it can help you manage cases within a regulatory framework, visit eCase.co.uk
Further information about “Data Protection and the regulatory framework: preparing for EU GDPR and the consequences of Brexit” may be found at http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/conference/data-protection-and-regulation-2017
About Data Protection and the regulatory framework: preparing for EU GDPR and the consequences of Brexit
It takes place as the UK’s future relationship with the EU remains unclear and with preparations beginning in earnest for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) coming into force in the UK and across Europe. Delegates will examine implementation issues affecting public and private sector organisations of varying scales and the way forward for effective international collaboration at a governmental, regulatory and industry level.
Areas for discussion include the impact of EU GDPR on UK organisations and citizens, and discussing next steps for implementation; the impact of Brexit on implementation and future policy; international issues such as cross-jurisdiction data storage and initiatives such as Privacy Shield’s implementation; futureproofing policy for developments in technologies such as M2M and AI; commercial and service opportunities, and data use strategies, being developed in anticipation of the new regulatory environment; and latest thinking on best practice in effective communication, building trust, offering clear choices, and putting in place roles to meet new regulatory requirements.
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