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How to manage your databases without breaking the new EU law

Expert speakers line up for Site session on new GDPR regulations

The Society of Incentive Travel Excellence (Site) has assembled an impressive line-up of experts to help event industry professionals find their way around the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulations without getting prosecuted. The session will be relevant for both the non-profit and corporate sectors

Staged at the Savoy on February 7 and costing from just £45 for the evening presentation, the session will cover the full gamut of issues from privacy to permissions. The session will be moderated by M&IT/ managing editor Martin Lewis and speakers will include:

Lesley Tadgell-Foster, director of Shelfline Promotional Consultancy, brings not only an in-depth knowledge of how data protection impacts on the charity sector - but knows how important it is to balance the need to generate income.

Nigel Bywater, MD of Engaged’em, will offer guidance around all elements of digital compliance and data protection with ‘Privacy by Design’ (PbD) for ethical customer engagement, Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA’s) for re-permissioning of existing users to website privacy notices and ePrivacy statements. 

Paul Miller, MD of Spectra DMC will address what significant requirements the events industry will face and how to mitigate the risk to your company.  He will also explore participant rights and how they affect best practices for data management in your organization.

Bruce Smith, chairman of NorthPointe Management Group has been a long-time advocate of privacy by design and cyber security for clients. Bruce holds the IBITGQ EU General Data Protection Regulation Practitioner (GDPR P) and Foundation (GDPRF) certifications.

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