Why should your boardroom embrace the GDPR?

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Date of event: 21 April 2016
Event ends: 21 April 2016
Start time: 09:00
End time: 10:30
Why should your boardroom embrace the GDPR?

Why should your boardroom embrace the GDPR?

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has reached agreement in early 2016. Join us for next breakfast briefing in a series on how this will impact on organisations’ handling of data.

08:00-08:30 - Registration and refreshments

08:30-09:30 - Briefing led by Professor Andrew Kakabadse

Venue: Ernst & Young - 25 Churchill Place Canary Wharf, London E14 5EY, United Kingdom

The panel will offer guidance on some of the changes needed to comply with the new regulations as well as insights into risk management.

Professor Andrew Kakabadse, Programme co-director
Recently voted into the Thinkers 50 Hall of Fame, Professor Andrew Kakabadse is one of the world’s leading experts on top teams, boardroom effectiveness and governance practice.

Ardi Kolah, Programme co-director
Founder and Director of GO DPO EU Compliance, Ardi is co-author of Data Protection and Privacy and The Data Protection Officer’s Handbook, published by Kogan Page. He is also editor of the Journal of Data Protection and Privacy published by Henry Stewart Publications.

Professor Bryan Foss
Bryan’s extensive data governance experience includes work on data warehouse & marketing database build, data analysis and data mining for customer segmentation and scoring, profitability, risk management & compliance and integrated customer campaign communications.

Book your place to find out how Henley can help prepare you to take the necessary steps to ensure business continuity and protect reputation.

For breakfast event enquiries and information on the new programme get in touch on 01491 418 767 or exec@henley.ac.uk.

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If you have any questions, please contact our programme advisors, Hannah, Ruhi & Diana by email at exec@henley.ac.uk or by phone on +44 (0)1491 418767.