Webinar: Meeting the challenges of your third-party GDPR processor requirements
in association with DMA (Direct Marketing Associaton)
Monday, 26th March 2018
The risks your third-party partner could be costing you – and the GDPR requirements you need to know about. The rewards of partnering with third parties can often be clearer than the risks they pose. Identifying, quantifying and mitigating the cyber security risks and the broader requirements of the GDPR can be a daunting task.
This webinar session aims to provide you with a framework for recognising and managing the risks to your business. This need-to-know session will leave you free to continue in your collaborations within third- or fourth-party digital ecosystems knowing you’re secure.
Chair from the DMA John Mitchison joins Northdoor’s Darren Craig and Chief Commercial Officer AJ Thompson to help you:
- Identify the extent of third-parties and the cyber security risks they present
- Gain access to a framework for managing third-party cyber security risks and GDPR compliance
- Understand your company’s compliance requirements for third-party processors
- Integrate third-party risk management into the operational and enterprise risk management strategy of the organisation
Join us online and learn the essentials of cyber security and the GDPR in the right context.
As Chief Commercial Officer, AJ is responsible for our strategic direction and ensuring that our relationships with clients and key business partners are successful. Driven by complete commitment to customer satisfaction, AJ leads his team to take ownership of client projects and deliver successful results that focus on business results first and foremost.
Darren is a consulting and entrepreneurial business leader as well as an Independent Expert to the European Commission. With over 20 years’ experience in information technology, he has spent 15 years in information security and privacy, helping global firms manage their data protection risks.
For all enquiries regarding this event, please contact us