Date: 6 September 2017
Time: 10:00 am ET / 3:00 pm London / 4:00 pm CET
The compliance deadline for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is approaching fast, so what operational changes should you be prioritising now and how can you implement data management to support these changes? Also, what are the most complex issues outstanding, are more problems expected to emerge once GDPR is in action, and how can these issues be resolved? The webinar will delve into the complexities of GDPR and come up with some solutions for compliance.
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Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
Abigail Dubiniecki, GDPR Specialist, My Inhouse Lawyer
Tudor Borlea, Sales Engineer & GDPR Specialist, Collibra
Independent Consultant in Financial Services
Sue Geuens CDMP, MDQM started in Data Management during 1996 when she was handed a disk with a list of builders on it and told they were hers to manage. Sue mentions this as fate taking over and providing her with what she was "meant to do". Various data roles later, her clients numbered 3 of the top 4 banking institutions in SA, a number of telco's and various pension funds, insurance companies and health organisations. Sue was the initial designer of data quality matching algorithms for a SA built Data Quality and Matching tool (Plasma Mind). This experience stood her in good stead as she slowly but surely climbed the ladder in Southern Africa to become the first CDMP in the country. Sue worked tirelessly on starting up DAMA SA with the successful Inaugural meeting in February of 2009. She was unanimously voted as President just prior to this event. From that time on Sue has been the leader and driving force of the DAMA SA Board and became Past President at end of 2015.
Sue is the current DAMA I President. She is a sought after presenter and has been a prominent speaker at EDW, DMZ, EDBI, DMDG, CDO Forums and various DAMA chapters since 2006. Her thought-provoking presentation on Practical Data Governance has sparked interest all over the world and she has been asked to return to a number of countries to meet with key clients on this topic. She has recently moved to the UK and is providing Data Governance support and advice to one of the larger financial institutions. A self-confessed “dataholic”, Sue also occasionally manages to share her thoughts and feelings about data and current issues through a number of blogs.
My Inhouse Lawyer
Abigail is a senior portfolio inhouse lawyer specialising working with mid-tier businesses in the U.K., notably in privacy, data security and GDPR Implementation. Drawing on varied expertise gained inhouse and in private practice in Canada and the U.K, Abigail proposes timely, concrete solutions that connect the dots between compliance, risk and technology.