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Update on Effects of Brexit on Privacy and Data Protection Considerations

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: June 13, 2017
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  • Brexit Overview
  • Cutting edge information on the EU GDPR
  • Impact of the new EU-U.S. Privacy Shield
  • Steps being taken by corporations to be in compliance
  • Common sense
  • How to handle EU residents' data stored in the US
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: June 13, 2017


Now that Brexit is a reality, organizations doing business or even serving customers in the United Kingdom are struggling to understand which data protection requirements they should follow and how. Technically the General Data Protection Requirements (GDPR) of the European Union will no longer apply to the UK. So what are organizations supposed to do if they are doing business not only in the UK but also in other EU countries?

In this session, a panel of experts will walk the audience through the salient UK requirements, as well as the salient GDPR requirements. Based on this foundational set of sometimes disparate requirements, the panel will discuss best practices advice provided to clients facing the UK vs. EU compliance dilemma.

This program was recorded on June 13th, 2017.

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Ilona N. Koti

President Elect
ARMA International

Ilona Koti, CRM, PMP, CDIA , is the principal consultant and founder of Crystalview Consulting Group, providing organizations with customized records and information management (RIM) programs, enterprise RIM project management, and electronic document management system (EDMS) implementation. She writes and lectures on integrating EDMS’ and vital records protection for small/mid-sized businesses and revitalizing non-profits through RIM strategy.

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Richard Hogg

Global GDPR Offering Manager

Richard is the Global GDPR Offering Manager at IBM. In this role in the last 6 years he's consulted with Fortune 10 global Financial Services, Insurance, Pharma and Telco organizations to assess information governance initiatives and their cost and risk, developing a business case with focusing recommendations on quick wins to further the clients objectives, by engaging with them on executing an Information Governance Program. Client benefits have covered defensible disposal, eDiscovery, records and retention management, legacy data cleanup and archiving.

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