Panel Moderated by Colin Whittaker, Founder of Informed Risk Decisions
GDPR is a global phenomenon because as we all know, it applies not only to organisations located within the European Union (EU) but also to those outside of it, if they market to or monitor EU data subjects. It has set a benchmark that non-EU regulators are increasingly willing to match or even exceed, with emerging legislation such as The California Consumer Privacy Act and India’s Draft Data Protection Bill enacted.
For many organisations, implementation was less challenging than they feared, as a lot of the building blocks for the CCPA were already in place after GDPR implementation. However, the bigger picture is that many issues are not yet fully resolved. The detail surrounding the data organisations hold (whose it is, why it is being held, and how it is being managed)- not just across IT systems but also devices, messaging services, social media and more – is often not yet clear. The way that the GDPR bumps up against existing laws is also not fully resolved. Just one example is data retention, where other laws require data to be kept for longer than the GDPR demands.
Add to that the varying business imperatives, regional differences, and legal perspectives that impact on data privacy and in many ways the journey is just beginning. The positive here is that as these issues are addressed, better privacy models will emerge that not only aid compliance but also boost agility and support business growth. Join this CPE accredited webinar and listen to our expert panel discuss how to implement a global privacy framework for end-to-end-compliance, including how to:
- Better align global privacy data regulations,
- Enable business agility by forstering greater interplay between CIOs, CTOs, DPOs and CEOs,
- Create successful privacy frameworks that are globally aligned, and locally deployed.