How Nationwide Prepares for GDPR Rules with Centralized Data Management

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Richard Jordan (Nationwide), Christoph Luykx (CA Technologies)

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The EU General Data Protection Regulation is still a very big topic. Over 90% of organizations believe that the GDPR will impact the way they collect, use and process personal data. Will your organisation be ready on May 25, 2018? Join us on November 7th, 2017 to hear how Nationwide focus its efforts on consumer data protection through the creation of a Testing Services Practice; a centralised group tasked with establishing best practice in testing and with implementing data management capabilities across the firm in a federated, “hub-and-spoke”, model in order to comply with their GDPR requirements.

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