GDPR preparation in the retail sector
Join us for a round-table breakfast seminar focussed on the retail sector’s preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).
One of the key questions our clients are asking at the moment is ‘what is the rest of the industry doing / where are we on the curve of GDPR compliance preparation?’ Given that GDPR compliance preparation is not an ‘I win / you lose’-type situation, this seminar provides an unmissable opportunity to discuss GDPR compliance preparation in a focussed forum with like-minded guests from across the retail sector.
The seminar will be led by Charles Russell Speechlys’ expert data protection practitioners and will focus on those areas of key concern to the retail sector, including data-mapping, direct marketing and profiling (and the related consent requirements), data security and data processing arrangements.
Date / Time: 19 October 2017 / 8:15-10:15
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