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GDPR: Don't Be Left in the Dark

 

This upcoming webinar includes ARMA NNJ chapter leader, Jim Koziol. Please visit the event page for more information and to register.

May 25, 2018 is only 9 months away. On that day, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect and business will never be the same for companies around the world.

  • Many organizations are focusing on structured data stores, but forget to include unstructured data on their readiness checklist
  • While companies may know where their structured data is stored, they are often left in the dark on what kind of data, sensitive, or non-sensitive, lurks within their unstructured data store
  • Don’t be left in the dark when GDPR hits—you don’t want to be at risk for penalties that can reach up to 4% of annual sales

To help prepare for GDPR, we are bringing together legal, consulting, and tech experts to share their insights on how you can successfully tackle the unstructured data component of your GDPR strategy.

Speakers:

Dan Christensen, JD MBA CIPT CIPM CIPP/US
Group Counsel of IT, Privacy, Security & Data Office, Intel Corporation

Dan currently serves as Group Counsel of IT, Privacy, Security & Data Office at Intel Corporation, and was awarded the “Arizona In-House Counsel of the Year Award” from the ACC and AZ Business Magazine in 2016. Dan has served in various business/legal roles ranging from acting general counsel to chief privacy officer, working in different countries/states, and spanning various industries including technology, healthcare, telecom and energy. His substantive expertise includes privacy/security, data governance, transactional, regulatory compliance, IP, private equity, and M/A. Dan is active in pro bono efforts (helping establish the Intel Pro Bono Debt Clinic) and humanitarian causes (most recently working in South Africa for Intel on a month-long humanitarian assignment). Dan has a MBA from Oxford (UK), a JD from University of Utah, a double BA from BYU, and is CIPM, CIPT and CIPP/US certified by the IAPP.

Jim Koziol
Director of Forensic Technology Services Consulting, BDO Consulting

James M. Koziol is a Director in BDO Consulting’s Forensic Technology Services practice, with a focus on providing clients with Data & Information Governance services. He has more than 20 years of experience planning and executing strategic implementations for information governance and information risk management programs.

Moderator:

Linda Sharp, Esq., MBA
Associate General Counsel, ZL Technologies

Linda is the Associate General Counsel for ZL Technologies. She has significant expertise in the areas of Information Governance/Management and eDiscovery. She has spent over 3 decades in the legal profession and over 15 years focusing on data management initiatives. She has counseled Fortune 500 entities, as well as many federal and state agencies, and members of the bench in the issues of eDiscovery, information governance, data privacy and security. She has partnered with large enterprises as they strive to resolve electronic data, privacy and security issues while balancing an ROI. Linda is a highly sought after peaker and presenter due to her ability to take complex technology concepts and make them understandable. She sits on the Board of OLP, and ACC’s Info Governance Committee. She is a member of the California State Bar, holds a Master’s in Business Administration and is a Certified Litigation Support Professional.

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