The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings data protection legislation up to current international standards. With all of the new and previously unforeseen ways that data is now used, this regulation will impact the way businesses collect and protect data internationally.
Join us for this interactive roundtable event, which focuses on:
- What is GDPR, and why was it drafted?
- Who does GDPR apply to, and when does it go into effect?
- What do I need to know about GDPR, and doing business in the EU?
- Find out what other companies are doing to be compliant and avoid fines.
About the speakers:
Trish Ping, CCSFP, CISSP, ITIL, QSA, Senior Security Consultant, Pondurance LLC – Trish consults with companies on Computer & Network Security. She has many years of in leading information security and information technology departments, including Regulatory and Statutory Compliance, Risk Assessment and Management, Vulnerability Management and Project Management.
Aaron Spring, Chief Information Security Officer, TrueCommerce
Aaron is the head of IT security for TrueCommerce, a global B2B ecommerce company providing EDI, inventory management and partner connectivity services in the cloud. Aaron drives IT security strategy and implementation forward while protecting the business from security threats and cyber-hacking. Security operations in the European Union report to Aaron and he will share his experience with TrueCommerce’s GDPR compliance activities.
Robert J. Ramsay, CPA, CISA, CITP, HITRUST CCSFP, Director, Barnes Dennig – Robert leads our Risk Management practice, offering Service Organization Controls (SOC) and data security services. He has performed technology consulting and audit services for more than 15 years, helping organizations of various sizes and types strengthen their internal controls. Prior to joining Barnes Dennig, he managed an Information Systems Risk Management practice for an international CPA firm.