GDPR Security Seminar: Roadmap to Compliance

GDPR isn’t just about marketing data; it concerns employee data, internal data, and every type of personal data your company stores. This means all the data you hold, why you have it, how it’s measured and mapped, and how long you plan on keeping it.

Staying compliant doesn't need to be scary, if you know all the steps to take to ensure you're compliant in time for May 2018. 

In a joint venture between Lloyd's Register, Soitron, NDC, UKFast & ourselves, we've put together a complete security roadmap to GDPR compliance, focusing specifically on data, technology and cybersecurity.

Our aim: total GDPR peace of mind for your businesses.

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Maggie Slevin
Lloyd's Register


Paul Mason


Daniel Olssen


Ian Fielding
NDC Global Auditors 


Talk 1: Common GDPR challenges 

Maggie Slevin, Business Development Manager at Lloyd’s Register, addresses five of the most common challenges facing organisations during their compliance journey. She summarises each challenge and provides recommendations to help organisations mitigate risks to ensure compliance to the Regulation.




Talk 2: GDPR and Cybersecurity

Data breaches form a key part of regulations and security by design is now a requirement. In his talk Paul Mason, Head of Education at Secarma, discusses the threat landscape, the common pitfalls and the steps you need to take to protect your all-important data.




Talk 3: Technical services to assist with compliance

Daniel Olsson, Managing Director at Soitron, tells you all you need to about mitigating the cybersecurity threats and the benefits of using technical service suppliers.




Talk 4: Preparing for GDPR

 To help organisations become compliant by 25 May 2018, Maggie talks you through how to prepare.  From awareness and commitment of top management, employees and the Data Protection Officer, to understanding your data through data mapping and Data Protection Impact Assessments.




Talk 5: Implementations & Considerations

Implementing GDPR needs a number of considerations. In this talk Ian Fielding, Director at NDC Global Auditors, speaks about data subjects, controls and audits.




Talk 6: How to demonstrate accountability

 GDPR stipulates organisations should be able to demonstrate that their data processing is performed in accordance with the Regulation.  Maggie provides an overview of the accountability concept in the GDPR and how organisations can demonstrate compliance by using a best practice approach, codes of conduct or management system certification.