Absolute Webinar May 23: Global Implications of GDPR & Why You Should Care Now

May 05, 2017

It's May 5, and there are 384 days left before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect: Is your organization ready? Join us for an upcoming webinar on May 23 -- where we'll give you the information you need to take action, so you're prepared a year from now...

About GDPR: What All Global Businesses Need to Know

The GDPR was passed in the EU and adopted in the UK a year ago. It will go into effect exactly 384 days from now, but more than half of global organizations have failed to begin work to meet minimum GDPR compliance requirements.

The GDPR will have a far-reaching impact on every global business in every industry and sector that processes EU customer data -- regardless of where they are based -- and the cost of non-compliance is enormous.

Not many businesses can afford non-compliance fines that can total a whopping 4 percent of global annual revenue, nor the irreparable damage to company reputation. That's where we can help.

May 23 Webinar: Global Implications of GDPR Legislation

Join Absolute’s data protection experts, along with leading technology and compliance lawyer Jonathan Armstrong, as they share practical insights on the global implications of GDPR. Register today and learn about "Everything You Wanted to Know About GDPR, But Were Too Scared To Ask," including:

Date: May 23, 2017 at 8am PST / 11am EST
Speakers: Jonathan Armstrong, partner at Cordery Compliance and Nima Baiati, senior director, product management at Absolute
Jonathan Armstrong and Absolute’s Nima Baiati will explain how global businesses can meet the demands of the EU GDPR for data protection, as well as best practices for the clear auditing and tracking of data and devices, and how to strengthen your overall endpoint security posture to withstand threats.

Register today and reserve your spot!

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