SAS® for GDPR – From “What” to “How”:
A Virtual On-Demand Event Series
The date for compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is looming – but so is the business opportunity associated with it.
Join us for this free on-demand webinar series to learn more about what the GDPR entails and how your organization can best handle personal data – not just to avoid significant penalties but also to gain a competitive advantage.
The five-part series will cover the following topics:
- INTRO: From Guesstimate to Action, What GDPR Means to Your Business
- Accessing and Identifying Personal Data Across Your Organization’s IT Landscape
- Governing and Maintaining the Personal Data Map
- Planning With Internal Control: Going From Understanding Your Personal Data Exposure to Policies, Planning and Mapping to the Individual Elements of the GDPR Legislation
- Quick Start for Maximum Results: How SAS’ Quick-Start Approach Can Get You Up and Running on GDPR With Minimal Effort and Investment
Don’t miss this opportunity to get ready for the May 2018 GDPR compliance deadline!
From Guesstimate to Action, What GDPR Means to Your Business
The prospect of tackling GDPR compliance can seem daunting. After all, the regulation includes widespread requirements that are likely to affect many parts of your organization.
With less than a year to go before the May 2018 deadline, it is essential to get started as soon as possible on the path from guessing about your compliance to taking action toward it.
This webinar will outline how to get started, while also discovering what steps your peers have already taken across a variety of industries.
Accessing and Identifying Personal Data Across Your Organization’s IT Landscape
Taking a manual approach to finding the personal data your company has can be a daunting – if not impossible – task. Especially with time being of the essence where GDPR is concerned.
Compliance requires that you find all of the personal data in the thousands of tables, fields and documents that make up your organization’s IT assets, not just some.
This webinar will illustrate the ideas and concepts underlying the SAS approach to personal data access and identification, while also taking a detailed look at how this is implemented in the SAS framework for GDPR.
Governing and Maintaining the Personal Data Map
Once you’ve identified where personal data lies across your IT landscape, it quickly becomes apparent that this knowledge must be understandable at a glance – especially when it comes to showing it to representatives of regulatory bodies.
This means that not only do you need to find personal data across the organization, but you need to store the metadata representing where that data lies and link it to the high-level dashboards that govern the overall situation.
In this webinar, we’ll show you that not only is it possible to have a safe and serene GDPR experience, but that doing so can be made easier through the choice of the right tools.
Planning With Internal Control: Going From Understanding Your Personal Data Exposure to Policies, Planning and Mapping to the Individual Elements of the GDPR Legislation
You’ve started to get a handle on what personal information is in your systems and data troves – which is good news. But how does that correspond to the various parts of the GDPR legislation, both today and in the future?
In this webinar, you’ll learn how the GDPR can be captured and broken down into its component parts, with each of these parts being mapped to policies and actions implemented within your organization.
Quick Start for Maximum Results: How SAS’ Quick-Start Approach Can Get You Up and Running on GDPR With Minimal Effort and Investment
Figuring out how to get started on GDPR compliance can be daunting – but it doesn’t have to be.
SAS Professional Services has created a quick-start package that lets organizations get up to speed on GDPR compliance as quickly as possible by focusing on a limited area initially to get the rollout going.
This webinar will demonstrate how this package allows organizations to understand the approach and get the correct procedures in place in a subset of the areas they will need to address before tacking the broader rollout.