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Webinar: The Impact of the new global Data Privacy Regulations
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Webinar: The Impact of the new global Data Privacy Regulations

When: Tuesday, April 2, 2019
From 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
Where: United States
Contact: Karen Murphy

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The Impact of the new global Data Privacy Regulations, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), for the Association Sector

Published by Georgia Society of Association Executives and New England Society of Association Executives 


This program is $45 for NE/SAE Members and $75 for Non-Members


With the introduction of The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe and other data privacy laws being introduced in a number of US states and in countries such as Canada and Japan (amongst other countries), individuals’ rights over their personal data are being strengthened globally. The aim is to protect and empower citizens to preserve their data privacy. 

The GDPR applies to all non profit and for profit organizations, wherever they are based in the world, that hold any personal data about any United Kingdom and/or European Union citizen. It has reshaped the way organizations approach data privacy and data management, and has influenced other jurisdictions to review their own data privacy laws.

This webinar will address how associations are affected by these laws so you are prepared for current and future compliant data management. It will identify what you need to do to become aligned with the new data privacy regimes, thereby engendering greater trust with your members and stakeholders through increased transparency and good practice in data management, and reinforcing your reputation for safeguarding their data.

Our partners, The Trust Bridge (TTB) are data privacy specialists whose current experience working with a number of associations will help you understand what associations need to do to demonstrate GDPR and data management compliance and accountability, including the obligations that associations are required to deliver to members.

Carol Tullo 
OBE, LLB Barrister (Attorney), Senior Consultant and Legal Counsel
Carol is a Senior Consultant of The Trust Bridge. Following her qualification as a Barrister (Attorney) in the UK, and a career in publishing, Carol was, until July 2017, Director of Information Policy and Services, The National Archives in the United Kingdom. Carol was responsible for providing leadership in information management and policy across both the government and the wider public sector to improve the way information is managed and exploited.

As a member of The Trust Bridge team, she has been consulting several US based national and international associations. In the past year she has presented at the ASAE GDPR Forum in Washington DC and has participated in a variety of webinars and interviews for the association and meeting planning communities.

Carol has a thorough knowledge of the legal and operational aspects of the GDPR and of data protection/privacy principles.

As Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, Queen’s Printer of Acts of Parliament, Queen’s Printer for Scotland, and Government Printer for Northern Ireland, she managed copyright and licensing of Crown data and information and delivered a range of UK wide official publishing, including UK legislation. Carol was responsible for a five-year program delivering cyber and information assurance training for the government and the public sector for CIOs and boards under a Cabinet Office/Government Communications Headquarters funded arrangement which ended in April 2016 when the National Cyber Security Centre came online.

Carol’s areas of expertise are open data and access to public sector information, legal regulation of intellectual property, Crown copyright and database rights, media and publishing, and dissemination and information accessibility. She has experience in developing standards for the private and public sectors based on information management, executive responsibility, government information management, assurance and security. Her speciality areas include compliance, governance, integrity of data and information (including its re-use and exploitation), data enabled transformation, records and information management, copyright/licensing, and data protection.

Carol received the inaugural Leadership Impact Award 2017 from the Whitehall and Industry Group, a prestigious UK independent charity and membership organization that fosters learning and understanding between the non profit and for profit sectors.

In December 2018, Carol was awarded an OBE (Order of the British Empire) by Her Majesty The Queen in the New Year’s Honour List for services to Official Publishing related to her position as Queen’s Printer of Acts of Parliament and Controller, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

David Clarke, FBCS
Chief Technology Officer of The Trust Bridge (TTB)
Dave is a highly experienced Chief Information Security Officer and is a Cyber Security and GDPR management expert.

In his role as Chief Technology Officer of TTB, he has been consulting with several US based national and international associations. He was a presenter at the February 2018 ASAE GDPR Forum in Washington DC, and has participated in several webinars and interviews for the association and meeting planning sectors.

Dave has comprehensive knowledge of the GDPR and of data management and protection principles.

He is a consultant with a deep knowledge of global project delivery and operational leadership. He operates with a variety of organizations, including several US based associations and Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 index companies in the financial services, telecommunications, technology and utilities sectors. He specializes in developing strong coherent cyber security and GDPR data protection/privacy strategies. He is the founder of the GDPR Technology Forum with over 16400 members.

Dave created a global Infrastructure for the world’s largest private trading network, trading at $3 trillion a day, and has managed multiple global security operations centers.

Dave has been recognized as one of the top 10 influencers by Thompson Reuter top 30 most influential thought-leaders and thinkers on social media, in risk management, compliance and regtech in the UK and is on the top 50 list of global experts list by Kingston Technology.

How To Attend
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