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Data Privacy GDPR

Dec 18, 2017 - Dec 19, 2017
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
The Taj Mahal Palace, Apollo Bandar,Apollo Bandar,Colaba
Mumbai,India

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Indian companies must comply with the EU Data Protection Directive (GDPR)

At the data privacy and IT-Security event on the 18th December 2017 in Mumbai, participants will learn how the EU's GDPR legislation must bring definition, clarity and accountability to data practice. To comply Indian companies must enforce a privacy framework to document GDPR compliance to the IT and data practice.

India is not on the approved list of countries where personal data can be transferred to a third country.

  • How can Indian companies be compliant, protect and safeguard personal identifiable data?
  • How to ensure agility, accessibility and flexibility as part of the data strategy?
  • How to control data through better policies and parameters, to be compliant with the GDPR?

Comply by 25th May 2018, or face the consequences.

How can Indian IT and Data companies ensure EU GDPR Compliance as the world’s leading IT and data service provider, under the expanded scope and jurisdictions? The law will apply to most organisations that handle the data of European companies or citizens, regardless of industry.

Every company dealing with the EU citizens has to comply with the new EU GDPR by May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation will require Indian businesses that are doing business in the EU or associated with the data of an EU national to comply. India is not on the approved list of countries for data transfer and portability which requires additional certifications.

  • Learn the facts on implementation strategy, methodology, roadmap and framework
  • International data transfers.
  • Multijurisdictional & territorial scope
  • Data protection by design and default
  • Reporting data breaches
  • Privacy by design as a privacy mindset
  • How to place data privacy at the heart of all new applications and processes
  • How & when to report a breach, understand when it occurred, who and what has been affected
  • What the next steps for the right and timely GDPR implementation.

Besides a GDPR certification during the seminar, there will be keynote speeches on data privacy.

KEY CHALLENGES IN UPDATING THE INFORMATION PRIVACY POLICY
YOU HAVE BREACHED: WHAT NEXT?
HOW CAN INDIAN COMPANIES COMPLY WITH THE GDPR?

  • The regulation also encourages the drawing up of a code of conduct and a certification mechanism by data protection authorities

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