The introduction of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been heralded as the most significant change in global privacy regulations for the last 20 years. But now the talking is over and the legislation is agreed, the compliance countdown begins. What does this mean for your business? Where should you start? 

This on-demand webinar will review the final text of the GDPR and explain the key things you need to know to comply including:

  • EU-wide data breach notification requirements
  • New responsibilities for data processors
  • Compulsory PIAs for certain types of processing
  • Difference between GDPR & new Privacy Shield

Register to watch this on-demand webinar now to get a clear roadmap for GDPR compliance within your organization.


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  • "Current, accurate, and detailed. The speakers were all knowledgeable and articulate."
  • "Excellent, well-informed panelists. Helpful substantive contributions."
  • "Many webinars are essentially advertising for the services of the sponsor. This webinar was entirely substantive and valuable. I appreciate TRUSTe's sponsorship of this event."
  • "The speakers knew what they are talking about - I am curious to see what future webinars bring once the final text is approved and official guidance is published."

Barbara Mangan Sondag

Privacy Counsel, North America, eBay Inc

Barbara Mangan Sondag recently relocated from The Netherlands to the Bay Area to become the privacy counsel for the eBay North American and Global Product teams. For the past 12 years Barbara has been working in Amsterdam, following her LL.M. degree in Law and Economics at the University of Utrecht. During that time she worked at Compuware and later at Linxtelecom, where she wrote Binding Corporate Rules for the business. Since 2012 Barbara has been with eBay, building a privacy program for the eBay Classifieds Group websites as their first privacy counsel. Barbara earned her BA in French and International Relations from Lake Forest College and her JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Paul Lanois

Counsel, Cross-border Legal, Credit Suisse

Paul Lanois is a legal counsel at Credit Suisse and is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar and the Paris (France) Bar. He regularly publishes articles on technology law and is frequently invited to speak on such topics. He was an Associate Professor at the University of Cergy-Pontoise in France and an associate at major international law firms (Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, Allen & Overy, Linklaters). He graduated from the University of Paris-Sorbonne (France) with a Master's degree in Business Law and a postgraduate degree in Private and Public Economic Law. He also holds an LL.M. degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (USA). He holds the CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPP/C and CIPT certifications.

Ralph T O’Brien

Principal Consultant EU, TRUSTe

Ralph T O’Brien, CIPP/E, CIPM, CiISMP, MBCS, is Principal Consultant -EU at TRUSTe. Ralph has spent nearly two decades working at the intersection of privacy, security and risk management. Ralph is an experienced consultant, speaker, trainer, auditor, negotiator and manager. His key passion is in using his knowledge of Privacy laws and information governance standards to help businesses develop and grow, engaging stakeholders, and delivering complex projects within the information governance sphere. Ralph has worked for AvePoint, Control Risks, British Standards, IT governance and Ultima Risk Management among others, and has experience across multiple industry sectors. He is currently writing and blogging on privacy and security issues, and serving on the Management Committee of the UK’s Data Protection Forum.

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