The General Data Protection Regulation

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The GDPR: an overview

From May 2018, all organisations that handle the data of EU citizens will be required to comply with a single set of rules in relation to data governance, regardless of where the organisation is located. The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will dramatically change the way in which data is stored, shared and moved. The legislation will give individuals greater rights and control over their data by way of consent as well as the power to access, rectify or erase information held and the right to be informed.

With severe non-compliance penalties of up to the greater of EUR20 million or 4% of worldwide turnover, the GDPR will make organisations more accountable for their approach to data and the changes must be given appropriate consideration.


Complimentary breakfast briefing:
The GDPR: what does it mean for executive search?

Wednesday, 21st June 2017 – 8am, London

Join us for an executive breakfast briefing event for C-level search professionals and hear from three specialist speakers on the latest developments to the GDPR. The event will cover the latest developments to the GDPR, the key areas for consideration and the steps you can take to minimise risk of non-compliance. Register your place.

 


The GDPR: are you prepared?

A recent survey of executive search professionals revealed:

  • 30% haven’t yet taken steps to prepare for the changes to the GDPR
  • 55% have started to think about how they might prepare for the changes to the GDPR
  • 15% are actively planning for the changes to the GDPR

The GDPR: webinar series

Led by Andy Warren, Chief Information Security Officer and CFO at Invenias, the series will focus on key areas relating to the GDPR and and their impact on the executive search profession.

The GDPR: what does it mean for executive search? – Tuesday, 2nd May, 2pm Singapore, 4pm Sydney, 6pm Auckland

Click here for more information on future webinars.


The GDPR: what does it mean for executive search?

Download your guide, for an overview of changes, how they will impact the executive search profession and a checklist of things to consider to ensure you are compliant with the new legislation.

 

 

This guide should not be taken as a substitute for legal advice, but instead should provide a useful point of reference when preparing for the May 2018 deadline. More detailed information regarding the new regulations can be found at www.ico.org.uk.


A cautionary note

The foregoing provides only an overview and does not constitute legal advice. Readers are cautioned against making any decisions based on this material alone. Rather, specific legal advice should be obtained.


Countdown to the GDPR

 

 

Whilst the formal date for the legislation has been set as 25 May 2018, it is critical that we invest time in developing an awareness and understanding of the GDPR, so that we can plan and implement changes and ensure compliance with the new legislation.

Webinars

Watch the on-demand webinar for an overview of the changes and some key areas for consideration prior to the May 2018 deadline.

We are also running a series of webinars focusing on specific areas relating to the GDPR to ensure our customers are informed and fully supported in their compliance journey.

The GDPR: what does it mean for executive search? – Tuesday, 2nd May 

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Click here for a list of frequently asked questions relating to the GDPR.