Subject Access Rights: GDPR Implementation Guide

Presented by

Brian Philbrook, Privacy Counsel at OneTrust | Dr Andreas Splittgerber, Partner, Reed Smith

About this talk

The GDPR grants data subjects new rights including: data portability, access to their data, erasure or “the right to be forgotten”, and rectification. For data controllers, there are specific record-keeping requirements around the time to respond, the ability to request an extension, the requirement to validate the identity, and securely transmitting the response to the individual. Join us for this educational web conference to hear about the new rights of data subjects and how organizations can use privacy management software to streamline and automate requests, validation, and notification processes. About the presenters: Brian Philbrook serves as Privacy Counsel at OneTrust where he provides guidance on global privacy regulations to assist compliance efforts and drive product innovation. Philbrook also conducts training and workshops on the GDPR and contributes to various publications and web-conferences on a regular basis. Prior to OneTrust, Philbrook served on the Privacy Team for RxAnte, a leading predictive analytics and clinical services company committed to improving medication use. He also worked as an extern on the IAPP’s training and publications teams. Philbrook earned his JD from the University of Maine School of Law, where he was the first recipient of the Certificate in Information Privacy Law. Dr Andreas Splittgerber is a partner in the Munich office of Reed Smith and member of the IP, Tech & Data Group. Andreas specialises in IT law, data protection/privacy, social media law and internet law (Germany and EU). He is passionate about technology and privacy and thought-leader when it comes to legally evaluating new technologies (e.g. internet of things, artificial intelligence).

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