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Are you ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?

With the GDPR deadline less than two years away, the pressure is on for organizations to understand how they will comply. Proper data management is part of the answer, but tying these efforts into a data governance framework to manage data protection is key to meeting – and sustaining – GDPR compliance.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • What GDPR is and the impact it has on data management
  • Why a sustainable framework is key to getting GDPR right
  • The five steps to establishing a data protection framework
  • How to ensure ongoing compliance


Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
A-Team Group

Koen van Duyse, Subject Matter Expert Regulatory Compliance, Collibra

Dennis Slattery, CEO, EDMWorks

More About Our Speakers:

Dennis Slattery

Dennis Slattery has been working in Data Management since 1990. He has held senior positions at project, programme and enterprise level and has successfully delivered data solutions for a wide variety of financial firms. Dennis and his team at EDMworks have been researching GDPR and other privacy laws to determine the best way forward for financial firms.  He has created the Data Management Agenda for Privacy and established the Data Management Industry Forum for Privacy as the collaborative forum for thought leadership and information sharing on privacy and consent management. He is working with a consortium of leading global firms to implement financial data certification programmes to provide a development pathway for data professionals.

Koen van Duyse
Subject Matter Expert Regulatory Compliance

Koen is responsible for delivering real-world data governance solutions to the problems raised by different regulations such as BCBS239, Solvency II, and GDPR. Before joining Collibra, he worked as principal consultant for Wolters Kluwer Financial Services and Financial Architects on Basel, Compliance, and Solvency projects worldwide.


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