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Ask The Expert: Data Protection - the global impact of GDPR

Published: 13 Jul 2017 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: James Mullock

In May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation will come in to force and it will have implications for organizations across the world. Join this webinar to find out how GDPR will affect you and your organization. The main points will include:

- What will May 2018 bring?: Overview of Europe's changing data protection and cyber incident regulatory framework. What about Brexit?
- Key changes: What will be expected of organizations which trade physically or digitally in the EU? What impact will the changes have on contracts?
- Data transfers: How do EU data transfer laws work? What could upcoming developments impact contracts and projects?

 

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