Central Library, Manchester
The deadline for compliance with GDPR is 25th May 2018.
The requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) go to the very core of your IT systems, because they need to be built into the design. Between now and the 25th May is not a long time to undertake a project that will affect your whole system landscape and potentially place a burden on your customer first line support.
A lot of information is being published on the topic, wouldn't it be helpful if you could cut through the clutter and attend a morning event that answers your questions?
EPI-USE Labs is hosting an event to feature new software solutions one year before the GDPR comes into effect. Don’t miss the opportunity to get ready in time!
This is a must attend event for all Data Protection Officers, Data Protection Architects, Information Security Officers and SAP Application Managers.
Stay up to date #GDPRcountdown
Parts of EPI-USE Labs User Group 2017 will be recorded for promotional and educational purposes. Attending this event automatically confirms your agreement to appear in possible broadcasts of the event on various public media platforms.
|24th May 2017|
|9:30am - 1pm|
|Manchester, United Kingdom|
|Welcome and Introduction
|10:20-10:35||Fundamentals of GDPR
|10:40-10:55||What does GDPR mean to SAP Systems?
|11:00-12:00||Launch of GDPR SAP applications and live demonstrations
Evan has been involved with SAP for the past 16 years, and started EPI-USE Labs Europe in 2003. Previously his roots were in marketing and customer relationship management. In the past 14 years at Labs he has built and now manages an extensive sales, services and partner network for the company.
Paul has for many years been a remarkable technical force at EPI-USE Labs. As Head of Landscape and Data Services, his portfolio includes System Landscape Optimization and his hands-on experience of implementing Data Sync Manager and helping clients to manage data across the breadth of their SAP landscape is unique. He has specialised knowledge about Data Security and how the GDPR will impact companies running SAP.
James Castro-Edwards is a partner and head of Data Protection at Wedlake Bell LLP. James joined Wedlake Bell as a Partner from the PwC Legal cyber security team. He advises domestic and multinational organisations on data protection issues. His experience includes managing global data protection compliance projects for multinationals, including implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley driven whistleblower hotlines and the implementation of outsourced HR and CRM systems, including PeopleSoft, Workday and Salesforce.com. James regularly advises domestic companies on complex data protection issues, in particular how to prepare for the GDPR.