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GDPR (RODO) last minute

British-Polish Chamber of Commerce, Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce, Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce, Italian-Polish Chamber of Commerce & DZP invite you to meeting "GDPR (RODO) last minute"

AGENDA

09:00 – 09:15 Registration of attendants, morning coffee
09:15 – 10:00

GDPR (RODO) last minute - DZP

  • Is it too late (25 May 2018)?
  • What is the implementation process of the GDPR (RODO)?
  • What is a must and what can be done?
  • Where are the greatest risks?
  • Will foreign HQ help?
10:00 – 10:45

How technology can help achieve GDPR (RODO) compliance?- Microsoft

  • Cloud computing and shared responsibility – how does it work for GDPR (RODO)?
  • Easy and fast solutions – is it possible?
  • The day after – what can we expect?
10:45 – 11:30

Q&A

These and other questions will be answered by experts who have already conducted about 100 GDPR (RODO) projects: dr Bartosz Marcinkowski, Partner, and Michał Kluska, Senior Associate, both representing DZP’s Data Privacy Team and Michał Jaworski, Technology Director at Microsoft.

Experts will share experiences from the implementation of the GDPR (RODO) in companies and discuss the biggest and most common challenges and problems related to this process. They will also point out which spheres are mandatory and which are worth considering for implementation on the eve of the effective date of the GDPR (RODO).

RSVP by 18 May, E: Paulina.Gancwol@dzp.pl

The cost of participation is 150 zł and attendance is possible once DZP has confirmed receipt of your application. The number of places is limited, so a maximum of two persons from each firm may attend.

The meeting will be held in English.

Policy Groups
2018-05-24, 09:00 am (this event is in the past)

Venue Dago Centrum, Rondo ONZ 1, 2nd floor, Warsaw
Organiser British Polish Chamber of Commerce

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