Event Timings:

BST: 2pm – 3pm

EDT: 9am – 10am

It has now been over 2 years since GDPR came into effect. As most will now know, these regulations have dramatically increased the onus on organisations to take a proactive approach to data protection compliance and reduce risk around the way they handle data.

The monetary penalties for failure to comply with data protection are potentially severe. The reputational damage can fold businesses. Recent enforcement actions from supervisory authorities across Europe have demonstrated that organisations must take stock and ensure they establish and maintain compliance to avoid the detrimental consequences.

Join Exterro in this webinar to explore:
·         Recent enforcement actions taken by various supervisory authorities
·         Discuss practical steps organisations can take to mitigate risk
·         Explore how new technologies can establish compliance and demonstrate defensibility

Format: 45 minute presentation, 15 minute live audience Q&A

Stuart Davidson
Stuart Davidson
European Marketing Director

Stuart Davidson is the European Marketing Director at Exterro, the leading provider of e-discovery and information governance software specifically designed for in-house legal, privacy and IT teams at Global 2000 and Am Law 200 organisations.

With software solutions that span the full e-discovery lifecycle and support privacy and information governance initiatives, Exterro helps some of the world’s largest organisations work smarter and more efficiently.

Don Macfarlane
Don Macfarlane

Dr. Donald Macfarlane is a partner at SBP Law and has over 15 years’ experience working within large multinationals like IBM, BP and International Law Firms and SME’s including high tech start-ups like Hanzo, LDM and Baku.

SBP Law prides themselves on providing clients with discreet, creative and strategic business advice. SBP represents the interests of corporate and individual clients in fields usually dominated by much larger law firms. SBP Law see themselves as more than just a law firm – they see themselves as a bridge between the client and the law. “The hardest thing to learn is which bridge to cross and which to burn” – David Russell

Mateusz Gędźba
Mateusz Gędźba
Compliance and Data Protection Officer

Compliance and Data Protection Officer working for Aon’s shared service centre based in Poland. He advises on all aspect of personal data protection law and practice. Mateusz is also a guest lecturer of ELTE University in Budapest where twice a year he gives classes in international and European personal data protection law. Before his work for Aon he spent several years working as a legal counsel in IT oriented company delivering various services for banking sector.