Attaining GDPR Compliance Through Effective Information Governance

Attaining GDPR Compliance Through Effective
Information Governance (40 min)

Enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), begins May 25, 2018, and significantly reshapes the information governance landscape for organizations worldwide that control, process or store the data of European residents. GDPR significantly increases the maximum fines that may be imposed against an organization; up to 4% of annual global revenue or €20 million (whichever is higher).
The GDPR requires that an organization has absolute knowledge of where all EU personal data is stored across the enterprise and be able to remove it when required. Actual demonstrated compliance will require the ability to quickly search across all data sources in the enterprise. This poses a significant challenge with unstructured data that is distributed on desktops and file servers across the world. This may fundamentally change the way organizations approach the collection, processing, storage and disclosure of personal data.
We invite you to watch this 40 minute webinar, covering:
  • Prioritizing GDPR compliance actions
  • Successes and cautions learned up to now
  • Why an effective and operational information governance capability is essential to GDPR compliance
  • Interactive Q&A

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Jason Elmer
Jason Elmer
Managing Director of Global Regulatory Cybersecurity Services
Duff & Phelps >
Aaron K. Tantleff
Aaron K. Tantleff
Partner, Privacy and Cybersecurity Lawyer
Foley & Lardner LLP >
John Patzakis
John Patzakis
Executive Chairman
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