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Watch the on-demand recording to get the very latest take on GDPR readiness and determine your best approach to compliance.

A great deal of confusion is swirling around about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). With the GDPR enforcement date looming (May 25, 2018), many organizations are struggling to assess their data footprint. This discussion focuses on how your organization can prepare for enforcement, ongoing monitoring and compliance.

The European Union (EU) regulation governs the collection, processing, use and storage of personal data relating to any individual in the EU (i.e., citizens, residents and visitors), as well as EU citizens living abroad. It applies to all organizations processing and holding data originating from the EU, regardless of the organization’s location.

Key learning objectives

  • Identify potential data pools and systems affected by GDPR
  • Assess the impact of the rights and requirements defined by GDPR and how they apply to your organization
  • Evaluate your current cybersecurity program in the context of your ability to address GDPR’s requirements

Who should attend?

Senior management; cybersecurity, privacy/data protection and IT professionals in charge of overseeing or managing data/information security; compliance officers; general counsel and marketing leaders.

"During Baker Tilly’s April 3, 2018, webinar, GDPR: Is your organization ready, 90 percent of polled respondents indicated to some degree that their ‘organization is not currently taking the necessary steps to comply with GDPR.’"

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly specialists can help, contact our team.

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