RSM Ireland and Philip Lee are hosting a breakfast seminar to cover the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation which will be coming into effect on 25 May 2018.
The seminar will provide information and insight into how your organisation can comply with GDPR focusing primarily on the challenges such as:
This session will give a comprehensive and rounded picture of the legislation.
Terry McAdam - Technology Consulting Partner, RSM Ireland
Eoghan Doyle - Partner, Philip Lee
John Keyes - Assistant Commissioner at the Data Protection Commissioner Office
Declan Timmons - Head of Strategy & GRC Services, Ward Solutions
We will begin with a quick intro to GDPR and the key changes arising from this new legislation followed by John Keyes who will give us an insight on Data Protection Supervision for 2018 and beyond. Terry and Eoghan will give 10 practical insights during a joint presentation before a representative from Ward Solutions talks about their experiences of GDPR so far. We will wrap things up with a Q&A panel discussion.
If you have any questions in particular you would like answered please submit them here and we will address in the Q&A.
07.30 - 8.00 Light breakfast & networking
8.00 - 9.15 Speakers
9.15 - 9.30 Q&A
This seminar is aimed at anyone who has a responsibility for data protection within an organisation.
Book your place early to avoid disappointment.
RSM Ireland and Philip Lee
Organiser of 3 months to go - your GDPR path to compliance
To make confident decisions about the future, an entrepreneurial, growing business needs an adviser who understands you and the world your operating in.
RSM Ireland is one of the top 10 accounting firms in Ireland. Established in 1987, it is the biggest first generation accounting firm in Ireland, and is one of the fastest growing firms serving the midmarket.
RSM Ireland is part of the RSM network, which is the 6th largest global network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, with firms in over 120 countries.
Philip Lee is one of Ireland’s leading commercial law firms. We are recognised leaders in several areas of law, including corporate, competition, construction, data, employment, energy, environmental, EU, intellectual property, PPP, procurement, real estate and tax.
We advise many clients in the private and public sectors on data protection and privacy issues. We know this area of law inside out. We have advised the Data Protection Commissioner since 2002 on a range of data protection compliance and enforcement issues. We have acted in many of the leading data protection cases to come before the Courts. A number of our partners are CIPP/E certified (Certified International Privacy Professional – Europe). Our Data, Privacy and Technology team is ready to assist in the run up to May 2018.