Date and time
Thursday, 19 October 2017, 15:00 to 17:30
David Smart, Managing Director Softwerx
GDPR has been being talked about for a while now and this seminar is designed for all executives who deal with membership data to provide them with a better understanding of what the implications actually are and to simplify what you can and cannot do with your members data.
Who should attend
Anyone who works in marketing, communciations, membership, community, data managers and directors should attend this seminar for a fact vs fiction presentation followed by an open Q&A to get answers to any questions you still have.
Key takeaways include
An understanding of how GDPR will affect data processing
How it was developed, what the facts are (vs the fiction)
An understanding of the key areas that will affect you
Consent and when it is necessary to obtain it
What you shouldn’t do
You will also leave with new contacts who are going through exactly the same process as you and a greater understanding of what you need to be doing next to work towards compliance.
With offices in London and Cambridge, Softwerx is an award-winning, niche provider of Cloud Computing solutions, Cyber Security and Compliance. Softwerx has helped many organisations better optimise and secure their IT Systems, including Cambridge University, Help for Heroes and Kidney Research. More recently, Softwerx has helped many businesses better understand - and pragmatically progress - their approach to GDPR. Softwerx holds a number of professional certifications including ISO9001, ISO27001, ISO14001. Softwerx is a founder member of the Cloud Industry Forum; is Cyberessentialsplus qualified; is a Microsoft Gold Partner and Mimecast Partner Champion of the Year.
||Tea, Coffee & networking on arrival
||Welcome & Coffee
GDPR: The facts, what it is and what it isn’t! Fact vs fiction
GDPR: Practical ways associations can move forwards and work towards GDPR compliance
What associations should be doing prior to May 2018
Q&A: Softwerx will host an open floor on GDPR
Whether you are looking for a better understanding of what technical and organizational measures you should be taking, are uncertain about re-permissioning or want a better understanding of how to deal with a likely increase in subject access requests, David will spend this time answering questions that you have around GDPR.
||Session conclusion, discussion, feedback and short tour of Central Hall Westminster
||Close of event
This event is only open to members of the Association of Association Executives. Please register then join the AAE prior to attending the event.
(at no fee) before the event.