Archived Webinar: Countdown to GDPR: 5 Tips to Accelerate GDPR Readiness 

 

Thursday, 20 July 2017
12 pm (EDT) / 11 am (CDT) / 9 am (PDT) / 16:00 (UTC)
60 minutes
1 CPE (Members only)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), taking effect in May of 2018, will reset best practices for data privacy and protection globally. Preparing for GDPR is no small task. This, in addition to the substantial penalties for non-compliance, has propelled data protection as a business risk directly into the boardroom.

Join us for five tips to accelerate your GDPR readiness, improve your risk management strategies and help you fulfill GDPR obligations, including:

  • Understanding your Data – Importance of Inventory
  • Creating a Baseline – Article 30 Checklist
  • Data Lifecycle – Retention/Notice and Consent
  • Third Parties – Minimizing the Risk
  • Program Governance - Regulatory Case Documentation

Corey Carpenter,
Principal Product Manager,
RSA

Corey Carpenter, is a Principal Product Manager for RSA Archer where he is responsible for the Regulatory and Corporate Compliance Solution Area. Previously, Corey was the Manager of Risk and Compliance at Epiq Systems, overseeing the creation and implementation of multiple programs and the department itself. He has over twelve years of experience as an Archer Certified Consultant implementing Risk and Compliance programs and solving many complex business solutions for Fortune 100 Clients.

Brian O'Connor,
Senior Privacy Counsel and Compliance Manager,
Dell Inc

Brian O'Connor, Esq., CIPP/US, is Senior Privacy Counsel and Compliance Manager at Dell Inc. where he is responsible for the development and implementation of data privacy and anti-corruption policies, programs, compliance and training. Brian advises various Dell business units on privacy laws, conducts privacy impact assessments, and manages cybersecurity incidents.

Previously, Brian was Chief Security and Privacy Officer at the Eastman Kodak Company, where he was responsible for data privacy and information security programs, and directed Kodak’s Corporate Security Organization. Brian holds degrees from Tufts University and New York University School of Law, and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional.