GDPR: Myths and Urban Legends

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You've heard all about the impending doom that the GDPR regulations will bring after 25 May 2018 and how your organization must prepare to be compliant. However, it might not be as bad as you think and it most definitely won’t be as bad as you've been told.

Scaremongering aside, in this webinar we’ll dispel some common GDPR myths and cover what actually constitutes a personal data breach under the Article 29 Working Party’s GDPR guidance. We’ll also give you advice on how to respond to a breach in your environment and how you can remediate in the worst case scenario.

Key Takeaways:

  • What is a breach under the GDPR
  • What you need to do in case of a breach
  • Key metrics you can benchmark your SOC against


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Drew Bagley

Privacy Counsel & Director of Global Cyber Policy, CrowdStrike

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Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Matt Palmer

Senior Director, Cyber Risk Management Solutions, Willis Towers Watson

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Dee Richartz

Services Director, EMEA, CrowdStrike

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