Get to Grips with the New Data Protection Regulation

The University of Wolverhampton and the Institute of Directors Breakfast Briefing

Date: Tuesday 4 July 2017

Time: 7.30am until 9.00am

Location: Executive Suite, University of Wolverhampton Business School, Molineux Street, City Campus (North) Wolverhampton, WV1 1SG

Cost: FREE to attend

Do you understand how the new General Data Protection Regulation will affect your business? Are you confident that your data management systems are compliant? Do your staff have the knowledge and skills needed to implement the changes? If you cannot answer yes to these questions, then you need to attend our FREE General Data Protection Regulation breakfast briefing session. 

  • Run in association with the Institute of Directors, this highly-informative briefing session will:
  • Give you an overview of the changes being made to the data protection legislation
  • Highlight your legal responsibilities and the penalties that can occur if you fail to comply with the changes
  • Allow you to understand the impact the new legislation will have on your organisation
  • Help you plan for the introduction of the changes by detailing the actions that need to be taken
  • Enable you to identify areas of potential concern

"The Breakfast Briefing gave me the opportunity to update my skills in a very practical and concise way. The content was relevant to my organisation and was delivered by an obvious expert. Attending the breakfast meeting also gave me the chance to network with other businesses and gain some valuable contacts."

Business Development Manager

Speaker: Paul Bird

Paul is an ex-Royal Marine commando and expert on cyber security who is a CESG listed Advisor. He has a wealth of experience of working with individuals and organisations to protect their personal and commercial data and has worked with a wide range of public sector bodies and private organisations. Paul has led a number of central Government infrastructure transformation programmes for the Ministry of Justice and gained accreditation for the first Government Cloud with the Home Office. He was Head of Cyber Security at Atos during the London Olympics and has worked on the UK Defence Information Infrastructure project, the Type 45 Destroyer and the Watchkeeper: an unmanned aerial vehicle.

Interested?

To book your FREE place on the Data Protection Breakfast Briefing, please contact the Institute of Directors on:

Tel: 0121 643 1868 or email: Sue.Hurrell@iod.com