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Checking a Box is Not Enough : Handling Lawful Consent in a Post-GDPR World

Handling lawful consent in GDPR is one area that can be especially tricky. Companies need to be particularly aware of new rights for consumers and notification requirements as these types of regulated responsibilities are not just limited to Europe. Any enterprise that provides a service whereby personal data is processed, are impacted by GDPR requirements.

So, companies may think they have obtained sufficient consent regarding personal data and transparency only to find out that they have failed to obtain valid consent.

In this interactive webinar, Certes Networks will cover:

• What Did We Learn in 2018?
• What is Important in 2019?
• Getting Back to Basics
• The Top Three Keys to Sufficient Consent
• Case Studies

On behalf of Certes Networks, we look forward to your participation.
Recorded May 22 2019 41 mins
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  • Checking a Box is Not Enough : Handling Lawful Consent in a Post-GDPR World Recorded: May 22 2019 41 mins
    Simon Hill, Chief Legal and Compliance Officer, Certes Networks
    Handling lawful consent in GDPR is one area that can be especially tricky. Companies need to be particularly aware of new rights for consumers and notification requirements as these types of regulated responsibilities are not just limited to Europe. Any enterprise that provides a service whereby personal data is processed, are impacted by GDPR requirements.

    So, companies may think they have obtained sufficient consent regarding personal data and transparency only to find out that they have failed to obtain valid consent.

    In this interactive webinar, Certes Networks will cover:

    • What Did We Learn in 2018?
    • What is Important in 2019?
    • Getting Back to Basics
    • The Top Three Keys to Sufficient Consent
    • Case Studies

    On behalf of Certes Networks, we look forward to your participation.
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