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GDPR: What Your Board Needs to Know

The new GDPR regulations are going to change how enterprises behave, and it's not just a matter for IT departments. So how do you get boards to listen? How do you make marketing care? How do you get finance's attention? Who else needs to know?
Six months after the publication of the GDPR and 20 months before it is implemented, what has been learnt and how can you take advantage of other people’s experience?
The team will talk and address these and other questions – less a seminar and more a round table discussion; come along with your questions ready for the team.

Join Nigel Hawthorn, Anthony Lee and Adrian Davis for a look at GDPR and leave with some answers to your questions.
Recorded Nov 30 2016 63 mins
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Nigel Hawthorn, Skyhigh Networks, Anthony Lee, DMH Stallard, Dr. Adrian Davis, (ISC)2 EMEA
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