We are pleased to announce our ‘must attend’ General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) seminar to be held at the historic St Brides Foundation on the 7th June (09:30 to 12:30 inc. networking lunch).
We’re delivering this event in partnership with MemberWise Recognised Supplier, Latcham Member Engagement (a division of Latcham Direct), in direct response to the forthcoming GDPR changes and at best variable quality information/guidance being made available to the association and membership sector.
You’ll receive practical guidance to help you prepare for and manage GDPR from 25th May 2018.
On the day, we’ll be launching the MemberWise Guide to GDPR, cutting through the jargon, and the fear mongering, to provide a membership focused 360° view of what this means and how we should all be preparing for May next year.
Learn why this isn’t just about technology, or your CRM, but the impact it will have on your staff, members, processes, governance and technology. Data protection will become central to all change management in your organisation with risk and compliance becoming a core part of ‘business as usual’.
09:30am – Arrival, Coffee & Pastries
10:00am – Welcome and Intro to the GDPR Expert Panel
10:15am – Data Protection in the association and membership sector. Where are we now?
10.30am – Mark Child, Managing Director, Newable Consulting
11:00am – Ian Singer, IT Partner, PKF LittleJohn
11.30am – Mike Hughes, Managing Director, Latcham Member Engagement
12.30am – Expert Q & A Panel
13.00pm – Sandwich Lunch
- Understand how the new requirements of GDPR raise the bar for compliance significantly and how they relate to your organisational risk profile
- How to turn GDPR into ‘a positive’ for your membership organisation reinforcing trust with your existing members/stakeholders as well as prospective members
- Realise the potential consequences of personal data breaches as related to principle 6 – Integrity and Confidentiality.
- Establish how the new requirements will empower your members with extra rights and your organisation and suppliers with increased accountability and responsibility
- Learn how you can address GDPR’s key requirements through platforms and services that can assist you on your journey to compliance
- Beyond protecting the perimeter learn how techniques such as pseudonymisation and minimisation will enable you to continue processing personal data securely
Register an interest
St Brides Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet St, London EC4Y 8EQ