TIME: The webinar will start at 14:00 CET Time.
About this webinar
By May 2018, EU member states will have to adopt the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new regulation is meant to replace the previous Directive and aims to give citizens more control on the processing of personal data.
This online session will explain the new approach taken by the GDPR (and the proposed ePrivacy Regulation), the main areas of difference, and the changes it will require to how organisations think about their processing of personal data.
Following the online briefing, attendees will be able to:
Who should attend
- Describe the main differences between the GDPR and previous data
- Identify the areas organisations will need to include in their GDPR
- Better understand information lifecycles for data processing for
which they are responsible
Staff responsible for enabling processes to handle personal data, or involved in their organisation’s plans for implementing the GDPR.
About IAMOnline Europe
‘IAM Online’ webinars have been launched to dovetail European-focused information with complementary materials that target the US research and education community. The IAM Online Europe series is open to anyone with an interest in the developing landscape of federated identity, but is particularly relevant to research collaborations, infrastructure providers and campuses to join in.
IAM Online Europe is jointly managed through the GÉANT Project
, the AARC project
and the REFEDS group
and the webinars provide training and links to other resources related to their trust and identity activities.
The YouTube channel
links to IAM Online Europe and US; the concept originates in the US and GÉANT, AARC and REFEDS thank InCommon/Internet2 and eduCAUSE for their collaboration in this area.