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The Journey to GDPR: Your Guide to Data Protection Technology, Tools and Tips

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Data protection laws in Europe, until now, have been fragmented and inconsistent. With passage of the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) this year, 2018 will be the beginning of widespread unification and standardization of data privacy requirements across 28 EU Member States that now comprise the EU. Organizations should start planning now, as they will have increased obligations related to data throughout its lifecycle. The growth of data use through Big Data, Cloud, Mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications has heightened the challenges of managing, securing and governing information. 

GDPR requirements go into effect over the next two years, what does it mean for your organization? Even if you are not a business in Europe, this is going to be a major issue for global security and data protection, so what do you need to know? How does the new technology landscape factor into GDPR? How do you get started with your compliance program? What kinds of tools and assistance are available?  You are not alone in the desert. Join us for some roadmap ideas to help you navigate this significant data governance challenge.

Key takeaways are:
•    How does the new technology landscape factor into GDPR? 
•    How do you get started with your compliance program? 
•    What kinds of tools and assistance are available? 

This webinar does not provide legal advice; it is designed to highlight tools, techniques, and services that can help you with your compliance programs. For legal advice, IBM recommends you consult with your own legal counsel.


Monique Altheim

Esq. CIPP/US and EU, IBM Security

    Cindy Compert

    CTO Data Privacy & Security, IBM Security

      Dan  Raywood

      Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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