The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is slated to come into force in May 2018. The GDPR will have far-reaching consequences for businesses located within and outside the European Union, including many Canadian businesses. With fines of up to €20 million, or 4 percent of annual worldwide turnover, the cost for non-compliance has never been higher.
This webinar, presented by Appnovation and Miller Thomson, brings together two panelists who will share their insights on how Canadian businesses can determine whether they are caught by the GDPR, how to build a robust compliance program and common pitfalls to avoid.
Topics in this discussion include:
- Legal requirements of the GDPR
- How to build a robust GDPR compliance program
- Developing a GDPR compliance framework and timeline
- Consent management Data access, deletion and erasure
- Business continuity and disaster recovery
Speakers: Colin McClure | Solutions Architect | Appnovation
Colin McClure is one of Appnovation’s top Solutions Architects who began his career by doing a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce specializing in Information Systems Management. He has worked on a wide variety of projects across varying technologies, both open and closed, and many sectors. He takes great pride in being a conduit between technical and business domains. Having started and run his own businesses, he has a unique perspective on projects and a wealth of knowledge to apply intelligent and programmatic solutions.
Imran Ahmad | Partner | Miller Thomson
Imran Ahmad is a business law partner in the Toronto office of Miller Thomson and specializes in the areas of cybersecurity, technology and privacy law. As part of his cybersecurity, privacy and data breach practice, Imran works closely with clients to develop and implement practical and informed strategies related to cyber threats and data breaches. He focuses on legal risk assessments, compliance, due diligence and risk allocation advice, security and data breach incident preparedness and response. He also provides representation in the event of an investigation, an enforcement action, or a litigation.