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Thursday, July 26 • 4:15pm - 5:30pm
GDPR and What it Means to Your Startup (Here's a Hint - Don't Ignore It!) (Room: #C1722) ADD ME

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Whether just starting your company or migrating your existing storage infrastructure or applications issues of cybersecurity, speed, and scalability should be high on everyone’s agenda. Add to that Privacy and “Data Protection” (as this is referred to in Europe) and the requirements keep getting more and more complicated. As a founder or technology leader in your organization, if Privacy and Data Protection that is critical to any company’s ability to succeed and build a trustworthy reputation isn’t at the top of your list, it should be.

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest change in data privacy and protection laws in over 20 years. It has a number of important requirements that every company should know about:
• The GDPR applies to companies around the world, not just in Europe. If you offer any services in Europe, or handle the data from European individuals, you could be covered
• Failure to comply with GDPR carries fines of up to 4% of global revenue
• Some forty-four independent regulators are poised to enforce the GDPR today

Come join this panel to hear how these legal changes can impact your global business, and what steps and options are available to put you on the path to compliance. GDPR is not something your startup should not ignore. Ya sea que solo inicie su empresa o migre su infraestructura de datos o aplicaciones existentes, los problemas de ciber-seguridad, velocidad y escalabilidad deben ser prioritarios en la agenda de todos nosotros. Implementar privacidad y un sistema de "Protección de datos" (como se hace referencia en Europa)implican requisitos que se vuelven cada vez más complicados de alcanzar. Como fundador de su empresa o líder tecnológico de su organización, si la privacidad y la protección de datos que son fundamentales para la capacidad de una empresa para tener éxito y construir una reputación confiable, no es prioridad en su lista, debería serlo.

El Reglamento General de Protección de Datos de la Unión Europea (GDPR por sus siglas en ingles) es el mayor cambio habido en las leyes de privacidad y protección de datos en más de 20 años. Tiene una serie de requisitos importantes que toda empresa debe conocer:
• El GDPR se aplica a empresas de todo el mundo, no solo de Europa. Si usted ofrece algún servicio en Europa o maneja los datos de clientela europea, podría necesitar informarse mas y acceder a esta tecnologia
• El incumplimiento de GDPR conlleva multas de hasta el 4% de los ingresos mundiales
• Alrededor de 44 agentes reguladores independientes están verificando que se cumplan los reglamentos del GDPR hoy

Únase a este panel para aprender cómo estos cambios legales pueden afectar a su negocio a manera global, y qué pasos y opciones están disponibles para ponerlo en el camino del cumplimiento de las normas. El GDPR es algo que no debería ignorar.

Speakers
avatar for Anke Corbin

Anke Corbin

Co-founder, CEO, Globig
I'm an entrepreneur, a go to market specialist, love to mentor others, passionate about travel, food, culture, and a bit of a data privacy geek.
avatar for Keith Hughes

Keith Hughes

Founder, CEO, Inhabitech
Experienced in founding, organizing, managing, and scaling organizations with an eye on the whole, including business, technical, support, maintenance. A strong, experienced software generalist who loves to innovate and build things. | | 30+ years of software development experience... Read More →
avatar for Ben Oelsner

Ben Oelsner

Partner, KO | Koenig, Oelsner, Taylor, Schoenfeld & Gaddis
Ben specializes in assisting companies with their technology transactions and IP protection strategy. Ben has over 20 years of experience structuring, drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial transactions, including SaaS and cloud services agreements, software license agreements... Read More →


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