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Has the General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) got you worried? Businesses up and down the country are scrambling to make all the necessary changes before the May 2018 enforcement. Can we make a success of the GDPR?
On this evening at General Assembly, we'll be discussing why the GDPR provides businesses with a hidden blessing: a way to reexamine their practices to create fresh, exciting ways to promote their services and engage their users. We'll be discussing how you too can excel and succeed with the GDPR.
Expect insights on how to improve user experience (UX) through compliance with the GDPR, and how this can result in greater lead generation and a more successful 2018.
Cyber-Duck CEO Danny Bluestone returns to the General Assembly to bring his perceptive look at the GDPR. He'll show that the GDPR is a blessing in disguise, providing the perfect opportunity to digitally transform your business and implement crucial UX principles.
Rebecca Turner is the Head of Compliance & Privacy at The Trainline. In her talk, Rebecca will be walking us through the Trainline's journey to compliance with the GDPR. She will detail the ICO's 12-Step Guide on the GDPR, offering hints and tips based on the Trainline's experience.
David is co-Founder of Ignition Law and specialises in Corporate, Commercial, Employment and GDPR. In his talk, David will discuss the current Data Protection Act and how GDPR is different, how to make sure you are compliant and what will happen if you don’t comply.
We're back at General Assembly! Here's how to get thereGA London, The Relay Building, 1st Floor,