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Locating & Managing EU Personal  Data for GDPR Compliance

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Date: 12/27/2017
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Data on customers is the lifeblood of many organizations. In the quest for competitive dominance, this data has sprawled to an almost unmanageable footprint.

Meanwhile, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) whose deadline in May 2018 is fast approaching, requires organizations to maintain a new level of insight on what EU citizens' data, where it is and respond to data subjects access requests  (DSARs) to share data you possess about them and remove relevant data upon request.  

With 173 Recitals and 99 Articles, the EU GDPR is not just a massive new compliance requirement, it represents (at least for multinational organizations based outside of the EU) an entirely new way of approaching data protection. Rather than merely citing personal data security requirements, it addresses every aspect of the use, sharing, storage, and disposal of that data.

Join us as information security experts dive into a critical step on the roadmap to GDPR compliance - Identifying, discovering, and inventorying your PII data. In this webinar, we'll help you answer:
- Am I considering all of the right data types, elements, and scenarios for the scope of my program?
- What methodologies and techniques are available to handle the critical data discovery and inventory step?
- How should I fit this effort into other enterprise compliance efforts?
- Once discovery and inventory are underway, where do I go from here?

Who should attend: Information security and cyber security, also Information Officers including CIOs, Information Security Directors, Staff Attorneys, or anyone concerned with the European Union GDPR

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