MetaCompliance Brings ‘GDPR for Dummies’ Roadshow to Amsterdam. The free-to-attend breakfast briefing is aimed at educating businesses on how to take a practical, business orientated approach to GDPR compliance.
Attendees will hear from Shane Fuller, compliance industry expert and Co-Author of the official ‘GDPR for Dummies’ guide and Robert O’Brien, CEO at MetaCompliance.
“For many businesses across Europe, GDPR is taking them into uncertain and unchartered territory, which can be a daunting prospect,” comments Robert O’Brien. “With so much conflicting advice out there regarding the GDPR requirements, through our roadshow, we hope to lay the foundations that will enable businesses of all sizes, from all sectors, to have a clearer idea on what they need to do to be GDPR compliant.
“We’re delighted to have Mr Fuller on board,” he continues. “As a GDPR specialist with 10 years’ experience in data privacy, he will be on hand to offer sound advice to delegates and answer any business-related GDPR questions, irrespective of the stage a company is at in its GDPR journey.”
The briefing will take place from 8am-9.30am. Interested parties are encouraged to register their attendance soon as places are limited. Visit the MetaCompliance website to register for the free event.
The Amsterdam event follows on from successful meetings across the UK and Republic of Ireland. Free to attend briefings are also scheduled at the following European cities:Berlin, Germany – 20 February 2018 Geneva, Switzerland – 6 March 2018
Registration is now open for all locations. Visit Metacompliance.com for further information.
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In addition, MetaCompliance addresses specific business challenges that arise from corporate governance and cyber threats as they evolve through compliance legislation and hacker sophistication.
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