GDPR went into effect on May 25, 2018, but many organizations are still deciding how to move forward under these new regulations. As the largest change to how personal identifiable information (PII) is collected, maintained, and destroyed, there are a lot of moving parts to consider when looking at solutions.
Join Convercent and Microsoft’s legal professionals, and an executive in the Compliance and Ethics industry, for a comprehensive discussion about how technology can facilitate successful GDPR protocols. The GDPR may seem daunting, but with the right tools and support, you’ll see the benefits and opportunities for your program.
During this webinar …
- See how the tools you may already be using can strengthen data security and streamline your path to GDPR compliance.
- Enhance accountability readiness with tools and documents that help you respond to data subject requests (DSRs) and personal data breaches.
- Understand the importance of “privacy by design” and why it’s so critical to the long-term success of the solutions your choose.
- Hear first hand how ethics and compliance executives are tackling GDPR compliance.
Thur., June 28, 2018
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Mountain Time)
Director, Europe, Convercent
Keith is an award-winning thought leader and expert in compliance, ethics, culture, bribery, supply chain and risk management. He was formerly the Group Director of Compliance and Ethics for BT (British Telecom) with responsibility for compliance, ethics and regulatory risk management, covering 150,000 employees and contractors operating in some 176 countries. He is a past winner of the Compliance Register’s Best Compliance Officer Award, when he also won the Best Compliance Company award; he was subsequently the subject of a full-page Daily Telegraph national press article – ‘Compliance and Science’.
Lead Attorney, Microsoft
Adrienne Williams is the lead attorney for the US One Commercial Partner group at Microsoft, where she supports strategic commercial engagements designed to accelerate the digital transformation of Microsoft's customers and partners. Adrienne advises clients on a myriad of commercial matters including intellectual property, privacy, regulatory, compliance, sales and marketing initiatives. In her prior role, she served as the lead attorney for the Commercial Software Engineering team supporting technical engagements with key customers, partners and start-up companies. Adrienne joined Microsoft in 2005, where she supported the Consumer Device Sales division including relationships with top Original Equipment Manufacturers.
The Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI)
The Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI) is a best practice community of organizations that are committed to creating and sustaining high quality ethics & compliance programs. With a history dating back to 1922, ECI brings together ethics and compliance professionals and academics from all over the world to share techniques, research and, most of all, exciting new ideas.
ECI is the leading provider of independent research about workplace integrity, ethical standards, and compliance processes and practices in public and private institutions. Our research includes the long-standing National Business Ethics Survey® (NBES) of workplace conduct in the United States and the more recent Global Business Ethics Survey® (GBES) of workplaces in leading world economies.