With the increasing will to better protect and regulate personal information across the EU, a set of rules were addressed and introduced more than a year ago, challenging businesses as for how to lawfully engage personal data, adapt and progress within a set of new regulatory guidelines. The new General Data Protection Regulation has introduced new ways of behaving with data, leading to a complete reshaping of corporate perceptions to personal information handling and systematic compliance obligations that businesses are to abide by.
Challenged and rushed, many organisations from various sectors have been facing difficulties and urging issues while tackling the new law requirements, with the aim of ensuring effective data management and control in place but also complying with the privacy rules of an increasingly human-centric business environment, where data and digital are the most valuable assets.
Almost one-and-a-half-year after the vigorous entry of the GDPR, data, IT, legal and policy professionals are still addressing their practices and strategies; ones that have proved to be successful and others that have failed; taking every opportunity to benchmark their approaches and rethink every aspect of the regulation that can still be improved.
In an interactive setting, this LabDay will gather experts in order to share their cross-functional and operational experience feedbacks and assessments, recapitulating all best practices, challenges, successes, failures… that have faced them since the implementation of the GDPR.