Practical GDPR Tools and Built-in Data Protection: Law for Breakfast 4.4.2018
We will show you four GDPR tools that will assist you on your way toward compliance. There will be an opportunity to ask questions of the presenters, including the Bull & Co data protection lawyers.
GDPR adds a significant number of record-keeping requirements that businesses are scrambling to put in place just weeks before the new data protection regulation enters into force. Several questions arise:
- What do we have to document?
- What is a protocol?
- How do we preserve the rights of the registered persons?
- When the Norwegian Data Protection Authority comes to visit, what will they be looking for?
- How do we systematise our consents?
- What is involved in access, correction and deletion?
- What is "privacy by design"?
During our work on numerous GDPR projects, we have seen that many businesses may need new IT tools to simplify compliance with the new requirements.
We welcome you to four compact demonstrations of leading Norwegian GDPR tools:
SESAM offers a coordination platform that preserves the rights of the registered persons. The platform preserves work flow during demands for access, the handling of consents, data portability, secure log-in, as well as upload automation, and updating of internal data.
SIGNATU delivers an integrated system for generating privacy statements, collection and documentation of consents, and mapping of third party online services, for inclusion in the privacy statement.
ICONFIRM provides a solution for privacy dialogue between the registered person, the one responsible for data handling, and any recipients during data registration: documentation of basis for handling, privacy statements, consents, administration of rights, protocols, and privacy portal for the data subject.
ARDOQ is a platform for collecting and maintaining data processing information, system mapping, data storage, etc. across the organisation. Ardoq automates GAP analyses, visualises gaps in what is being revealed, and notifies relevant parties.
08:00 Breakfast and registration
08:30 Welcome and introduction by Bull
08:45 Demonstration of four different GDPR tools
10:00 Q&A session with presenters and lawyers
10:15 Final words of wisdom
TIME: Wednesday 4. April 2018 at 08:30
PLACE: Observatoriegt. 1 b, Oslo, 7th floor (by Solli Plass)
As usual, from 08:00 on, we offer you homebaked bread and jam.
The seminar is free and is conducted in Norwegian. Welcome!
Kristin Haram Førde and Kristian Foss, Attorneys-at-law
Bull & Co Advokatfirma AS