About this webinar
As GDPR enforcement approaches, companies around the world are making changes to their internal processes and systems to ensure they are compliant by May 2018. For many, getting started can be a daunting task, especially at larger organizations.
There’s no one-size-fits-all strategy for GDPR compliance, but there are some steps that every business should take:
1. Document the data and processes that power your organization
2. Assess the realistic compliance risks that you need to protect against
3. Keep your documentation up-to-date to demonstrate continuous compliance.
In this webinar, you’ll hear real-world examples of companies that have started their compliance projects and how they structured them. Regardless of the tools and services you choose to use, we hope you’ll get some ideas that will help you with your own GDPR compliance.
Seeking legal counsel to help you structure compliance projects and assess risk
Simen Breen, Senior Lawyer, SANDS
Case study: how Telia Norway structured their tools and ongoing processes to become GDPR compliant
Per Franzén, Project Manager, Telia Norway
Common mistakes to avoid when starting your GDPR compliance project
Ian Stendera, Ardoq
The presenters will answer questions from the audience at the end of the webinar—you can submit any topics you’d like them to discuss ahead of time by filling out this form.