5 key aspects of GDPR for legal departments


5 key aspects of GDPR for legal departments

The General Data Protection Regulation drastically alters the way organizations treat personal data. The regulation outlines requirements for organizations regarding accountability measures, data breach notification requirements, and sets limitations around the transfer of personal data. However, organizations are scrambling to comply by May 25, 2018. According to a recent survey, while 89% of organizations have or plan to have a formal GDPR program, only 45% have completed a readiness assessment so far. The scope of the GDPR has clearly left organizations wondering where to start.

During the one-hour webinar, you'll learn key aspects of GDPR that legal departments need to understand in order to help you become compliant and assess the potential impact the regulation has on your business. Armed with new insights you'll be able to create a game plan to address your risks and liabilities under the new regulation.


What you will learn:

    • Understand your lawful basis for collecting and processing personal data
    • How to develop a risk mitigation framework to minimize your GDPR-related risks
    • How technology can help you to be compliant with GDPR


Key takeaways

Discover 5 things you need to keep in mind when helping your organization to become more compliant with GDPR

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