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Webinar: GDPR Compliance – Enforcement, Brexit, and Breach Response

Events / Monday, March 11, 2019

As we approach the first anniversary of “G-Day” (May 25, 2018), many companies are still grappling with how to implement their compliance programs as emerging enforcement actions offer preliminary insights into EU Regulators’ priorities. For this fifth webinar in our series addressing GDPR compliance challenges we will focus on enforcement trends, the Brexit effect, and managing personal data breaches under the new GDPR regime and beyond.

BakerHostetler’s GDPR team hosted a webinar on Monday, March 11, 2019, addressing:

  • Enforcement actions and investigations brought by EU regulators: what are they after, and is your company in the crosshairs?
  • How to navigate the post-Brexit landscape, particularly for companies that appointed a UK-based DPO or selected the ICO as their LSA
  • Managing global personal data breaches: the 72-hour notification deadline may be the least of your worries as language barriers, inconsistent reporting portals, proliferating global breach reporting requirements, legal privilege concerns, and burdensome forensics take center stage
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For questions, contact Tia Atchison at tatchison@bakerlaw.com.

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