The Aberdeen GDPR Conference returns to Aberdeen on 28th June 2018 and promises to be bigger and better than the previous event held last November.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now in place, it is important to stay abreast of the regulation, with this in mind the organisers of the conference have secured a high profile speaker who will talk about the impact of Brexit and GDPR to the UK.
Deputy Chief Executive PIMFA, is a former UK Ambassador to Russia, and regularly advises UK business leaders on the impact of Brexit.
He will give the keynote address in Aberdeen on the 28th June at the GDPR Conference and also take part in the Q&A Panel session allowing business leaders the opportunity to understand how Brexit and GDPR will impact on business.
Prior to joining PIMFA, John was Head of CFA Institute Centre for Financial Market Integrity in EMEA which followed over 12 years running international regulatory policy for the UK Government, the Securities and Investments Board, and the Financial Services Authority.
Organisers, OSP Cyber Academy, is the only Scottish based company and one of only three companies in the UK certified under the GCHQ GCT Scheme for quality and assurance of training of GDPR, all their course are certified under this scheme as well as the Institute for Information Security Professionals. ( IISP )
There will be 10 breakout focused seminars throughout the day ensuring the delegates get the opportunity to choose the subjects they have more concern about regarding GDPR.
We will also offer a select number of SBNN partner invites to our readers to attend the GDPR Conference on 28th June.
Our invites will be provided on a first come first serve basis to SBNN subscribers, if you wish to attend the conference as our guest please email email@example.com quoting SBBN Subscriber, you will be sent your invite by return.
Look out for more updates from OSP including to the new Data Protection act 2018 which also came into effect on Friday 25th May that has a direct impact on how we will all operate around data protection.