A vital element of GDPR Regulation:
Inventory of Personal Data
20th November 2018 · 11:30- 12:00 · Athens
Get important insights of maintaining a Personal Data Inventory with Transparency and Auditability
20th Nov. 2018 | 11:30 - 12:00
The Importance of maintaining an inventory of Personal Data with Structured Governance of the Overall Process, Transparency and Auditability
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance deadline of May 25, 2018, has passed, so organizations should have an inventory of their personal data, supporting systems and processes. A vital element of GDPR regulation is keeping a record of processing activities and the continuous audit of all data processes and systems including:
- Mapping data flows.
- Completing Data Protection Impact Assessments.
- Implementing processes and policies.
When identifying, assessing and documenting business processes that use personal data, customers might face the following challenges:
- Lack of collaboration between IT, Compliance and Legal. This make it harder to determine responsibility and accountability for identified GDPR tasks.
- Lack of corporate GDPR awareness. GDPR consists of many terms, guidelines and policies that should be communicated regularly to the organization in an easy to understand manner.
- Conservative ways to manage their GDPR processes. Some organizations, use Excel spreadsheets to handle much of their GRPR processes. However, over time, found themselves with a sprawling universe of spreadsheets and worksheets that were expected to address an ever-increasing number of requirements for managing multiple aspects of GDPR regulatory requirements.
- Inability to resolve issues and potential incidents making it impossible to satisfy internal stakeholders and external authorities.
The webinar will show you how SAS:
- Supports your organization meet growing EU GDPR Regulatory Requirements, with an integrated technology platform.
- Enables the storage of the information that organizations gather over time in one common data inventory.
- Manages the conduction of Data Protection Impact Assessments.
Who should attend:
- Data Protection Officers
- Compliance Officers
- IT Managers
Business Solutions Manager - Risk Practice, SAS South Europe Middle East & Africa
Spyros is the Business Solutions Manager-Risk Practice, for the office of SAS in Southern Europe, Middle East & Africa (SEMEA). By combining his 9 years of Risk Management experience with SAS Risk & Compliance Solutions he provides consulting services to financial institutions on matters ranging from governance, to risk and regulation. Previously he held Credit Risk Analyst position at one of the major Greek financial institutions, participating in key components of Credit Risk Management, including development and implementation of Credit Rating Systems using complex statistical packages.
20.11.2018 | 11:30 - 12:00