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One year on from the introduction of GDPR, the Institute of Directors in Ireland, in partnership with McCann FitzGerald, invite you to a breakfast briefing looking back at its impact. The session will also provide an opportunity to receive an update on relevant and applicable GDPR information and analysis.
The regulation overhauled and expanded the scope of EU data protection law. Companies that process the data of EU residents, must comply with the new requirements or risk incurring substantial financial penalties and other negative consequences.
This event, entitled, 'GDPR – One Year On: What Directors Need to Know' and hosted by McCann FitzGerald, will equip attendees with insight from the experts and advice on GDPR compliance.
The presenters from McCann FitzGerald will cover a number of topics at the event, including:
Registration will take place from 07:15 with the event beginning at 07:30 sharp, followed by Q&A and refreshments.
For all queries please email Sharon Kirwan, email@example.com or phone +353 (0) 1 411 0010.
This event is open to IoD members only, and places will be allocated on a first come basis, so book early to avoid disappointment.
IoD events may be eligible for CPD, including Chartered Director CPD, please check with your relevant professional body.
Paul Lavery is the head of the firm’s Technology and Innovation Group and advises on a wide range of information technology, data protection, intellectual property, confidentiality and freedom of information issues. He advises on the supply and implementation of new IT systems, the licensing of software and the ownership, exploitation and licensing of intellectual property rights.
Adam Finlay advises on a wide range of information technology, intellectual property, data protection, cyber security, confidentiality and freedom of information issues. He is especially expert on the protection and commercialisation of intellectual property.
This event is being held in conjunction with McCann FitzGerald.