Broadcast date: Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Duration: 60 minutes
After years of anticipation, preparation, and countless hours of interpretation, the day has finally come: the EU GDPR went into effect on May 25, 2018 and changed the data privacy landscape for companies all over the world.
As many privacy professionals and regulators have already stated, this is really only the beginning. While some of you may be more prepared in regards to GDPR, we know that there are many more organizations that are still struggling and striving for compliance. There will continue to be a learning curve for everyone.
Join this webinar to discover the key observations and lessons learned one month after GDPR's enforcement date. Learn how organizations have responded to this sea-change in international privacy regulation and strategies for complying with GDPR and U.S. data breach notification obligations.
Among the insights you will learn from this webinar:
About the presenters:
Paul joined Nymity in 2016 and is based at Nymity's office in The Hague, the Netherlands where he works with organizations across Europe to support their privacy offices. Paul also leads Nymity's current Regulator Projects, focused on demonstrating compliance to the European General Data Protection Regulation and data protection process certifications. He is a regular speaker at privacy events and contributes to various privacy courses. Paul is a Visiting Fellow at Maastricht University's European Centre for Privacy and Cybersecurity. Before joining Nymity, Paul served as senior international officer at the Dutch Data Protection Authority. He was an active member of various Article 29 Working Party subgroups, co-authoring opinions on the data protection reform, surveillance, the Privacy Shield and others. Paul holds a Master of Laws from Maastricht University in the Netherlands.
Mahmood Sher-Jan, CHPC,
As CEO, Mahmood oversees the strategic direction of RADAR, Inc. His leadership experience spans start-ups to fortune 500 enterprises. He holds patents in incident management, fraud prevention, and secure identity solutions; Mahmood is the inventor of RADAR®, an award-winning incident response management platform to automate the assessment and management of privacy and security incidents. He is the winner of Info Security’s 2015 Global Excellence Awards for Product Development/Management Executive of the Year. He holds a BA in Computer Science from the University of Washington and an MBA from University of Redlands. He is also Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance.