GDPR One Year On: a look at how the EU Regulators have enforced the GDPR since May 2018 and if companies have achieved GDPR compliance or not.
12th June at the Gibraltar Finance Centre, 1.30pm - 4.30pm
Brief Outline of Seminar Topic: A whistle stop tour, guided by our lead data protection expert, Anita Lines, around the most important GDPR enforcement activity including real life scenarios from the UK and Gibraltar. If you think you are compliant, or fear that you are not, this breakfast briefing will help. Find out how European Regulators are approaching organisations to request evidence of compliance to the GDPR – even in circumstances when there has not been a breach or a complaint.
Learning Objectives: Our expert speaker will enable you to sense check whether you have embedded GDPR into your ‘business as usual’ activities with sufficient evidence to satisfy the new Accountability principle. An adequate evidence database will enable your company to trace its GDPR compliance back to each mandatory Article of the GDPR. This is a mandatory obligation.
- 1.30 - 2pm Registration
- 2pm - 3pm GDPR update
- 3pm - 3.15pm Q&A
- 3.15pm - 4.30pm networking drinks and snacks
RSVP: Please register to confirm your attendance and any dietary requirements.
Design and Default Ltd is pleased to present its expert Global Data Protection Lead, Anita Lines, as speaker for this event. Anita has a wealth of data protection experience. In her career, Anita has been repeatedly invited by the Information Commissioner’s Office, the UK Regulator, to its regional and national conferences to share her team’s compliance toolkits for SMEs as an exemplar of best practice and to run data protection clinics for its delegates. For the past year, Anita held the position of Global Data Protection Officer for three companies operating within the insurance sector, including within Gibraltar.
Anita has specialised in data protection compliance for 11 years with extensive experience sourced from leading complex data protection change programmes across government, commercial and third sector organisations including parts of the Critical National Infrastructure. Before moving into the private commercial sector, Anita held the Data Protection Officer role for the National Citizens Advice Service, leading 350+ separate organisations across 3000 locations and with a workforce of 27,000, of which many were volunteers, on all matters relating to data protection. Anita holds the BCS Data Protection Practitioner Certificate and is also a Lead Auditor for ISO 27001 and holds many supplementary qualifications including the International Diploma in Business Analysis.