One of the “leading data protection practitioners in Europe” Ardi Kolah will take to the stage as a keynote speaker at AM’s GDPR conference.
The new GDPR comes into force in May and AM’s event has been designed to create a benchmark for a dealer’s data protection strategy and takes place at the Hilton Doubletree, Milton Keynes, on February 22.
Executive fellow and director of the GDPR transition programme at Henley Business School and founder of compliance agency GO DPO, Kolah spoke at and chaired 40 conferences in 2017 and has clocked up 15 appearances alone this year.
With cabinet office and ministerial-level consultancy experience, his latest book, ‘GDPR Handbook: How to Implement the General Data Protection Regulation’ is published globally in April 2018.
As well as highlighting the extent of GDPR including urging the sector to do more with personal data by deepening digital trust, Kolah will also join AM’s panel discussion which takes place at the end of the day.
Kolah (pictured) also presents a special 60-minutes on-line interactive training video on GDPR which has been produced by Henley Business School and global professional services company Accenture to create an online course which helps explain the complexities of the GDPR in an hour.
Kolah said: “The GDPR is much more about reputation rather than just regulation, and about building deeper digital trust to do more, not less, with customer data.”
AM’s GDPR conference brings together legal experts, marketing gurus and IT professionals who will provide dealers with the framework they need to ensure their data strategy and processes are likely to stand up to rigorous scrutiny should the regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) come calling.
Tickets are still available for this ‘must attend’ conference for marketing managers and directors, compliance managers, IT chiefs and senior management who will ultimately be responsible for the application of GDPR in their business or group.