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Ask The Expert: Making GDPR work for you - Moving from hype to hope

Published: 06 Dec 2017 Average Rating: 4.6 / 5 Print
 

Author: Mark Darby, Steve Lawton

Steve Lawton, Data Protection Officer of FTSE 250 company FDM Group and Mark Darby, Founder of Alliantist, the organization behind ISMS.online take us through Making GDPR work for you - Moving from hype to hope.

With GDPR only 6 months away, this practical webinar shares what two very different organizations are doing about it. Mark and Steve will share their plans, experiences, lessons learned and tips for meeting GDPR internally whilst also securing confidence through the supply chain.

Register now and learn how you can also be trusted by customers, regulators and other stakeholders around privacy and information security.

 

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