250+ Business Members to attend Chamber GDPR Conference
With the deadline fast approaching for businesses to ensure they’re prepared for the changes to data protection, now is the time to make sure you are informed of what the GDPR regulations mean for your business and what changes you need to introduce. With 10 key changes to current data protection regulations being introduced, it is vital that businesses not only understand the principles, but are devising action plans to ensure their compliance.
Having identified that the new regulations mean a watershed moment for the way businesses store data about people, not to mention the amount of miscommunication and scaremongering taking place, Norfolk Chamber have enlisted four GDPR experts to sort the facts from fiction at our morning conference. Over 250 business members are now booked on to the conference on Tuesday 13th March at The Space, Norwich to hear from expert speakers from industries which are likely to be integral, or most affected by the changes.
Along with the opportunity to gain an overview of the steps businesses are advised to take to prepare for the May 25th deadline from the speakers’ presentations, there is also an exhibition where Norfolk businesses can share expertise and experiences to prepare for the GDPR deadline at this high profile conference. If you are interested in having an exhibition stand at the conference, click here.
In line with Norfolk Chamber’s commitment to sharing essential and valuable knowledge to local businesses, we have also created a bi-weekly newsletter that can be sent directly to your inbox. It signposts readers to useful articles, blog pieces written by our speakers, webinars and more, ensuring the transition to GDPR compliance is as simple and straightforward as possible. If you would like to receive our newsletter, please click here to subscribe.
We are also in the process of developing training courses to provide more details on the aspects covered at the conference, going further to help you create a strategy for your journey to GDPR compliance. The courses will be full day sessions aimed at providing an in-depth guide of the principles, detail the ways in which you will need to audit your systems, data and polices. They will also explain how to document your approach and ensure your employees are clued up on the key principles to ensure on-going compliance. If you would like to know more information about these training sessions click here register your interest.
If you would like to join the 250+ Norfolk business members at the GDPR conference, please click here to secure your place.