With so many reasons to achieve GDPR readiness, it’s important you get it right. GDPR is one of the most complex pieces of legislation written in recent times, and the deadline of May 25 2018 is fast approaching. Getting ready is one thing, but getting it right first time and building a foundation for continued compliance beyond May 25 is quite another.
In this series of three webinars, Cloudera, Informatica and Cognizant take a slightly different approach. With less than three months to the deadline, it’s important to focus on HOW to get things done. We will cover what GDPR-enabling capabilities are required and go into detail on how to put in place proper solutions to address the most important steps on your GDPR journey: getting ready for compliance, living compliance and what happens beyond May 2018.
Part 1: Preparing for Compliance
The first webinar of the series starts at the beginning: preparing for GDPR compliance. In this session, we look at how technology and process come together to let organisations get to grips with the GDPR relevant data that flows around their companies and work towards compliance. We will give you practical examples on how to apply data discovery, data minimisation, data protection and security as well as the role of the record of processing in this.
Part 2: Living Compliance
Though the majority of organisations will spend plenty of time preparing for GDPR, it’s crucial they consider actually living the regulation. May 2018 is not the end of the need for compliance, it is the beginning. With preparation putting in the foundation for a data subject hub, organisations now need to focus on efficiency in fulfilling the data subject access rights. In this session, we will go into what it means to live GDPR compliance with topics like self service and what it needs to be secure be design.
Part 3: Beyond May 2018
Compliance achieved, check. Now what? Though the compliance aspect of GDPR carries tremendous benefits, both monetary as well as reputational, this is not an exercise for the sake of it. Your resulting data estate also provides tremendous opportunity for innovation. In this session, we look forwards to how compliance provides the foundation for innovation by making more and better use of data subject information.