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Event: GDPR -What is the impact on the recruitment sector?

In news / By Lydia Cooper / 06 September 2017

UK organisations will soon face a stark choice: comply with sweeping new European privacy rules, or risk the wrath of regulators and new fines of up to 4% of global annual turnover.

GDPR is the hot topic of the moment, however many businesses are struggling to understand the complexities of the regulation change and the impact on every day operations.

Nasstar are currently helping a number of our customers get to grips with GDPR and our professional services team are experts on the details of the fine print. Nasstar’s professional services team offer a consultative approach offering solutions such as automation, data cleansing and integration of systems to streamline the process of gathering consent.

As a result, we are hosting a breakfast briefing on 26th September 2017 at the Royal Aeronautical Society, London which is designed to breakdown the concept of GDPR and determine the impact it will have on the recruitment sector specifically. Our expert speakers will provide practical steps to becoming ready for GDPR and advice on how to kick start the process of compliance.

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with our experts to help identify specific issues and better understand the topic as a whole.

We hope you can join us at this event which has designed specifically for professionals operating within the recruitment sector.

Click here to download the invite or register here.

08.15 Registration, breakfast and coffee
09:00 Welcome & agenda
09.15 GDPR: What is the impact on the recruitment sector?
10:00 Panel discussion: Practical steps for compliance
11:00 Close


Lucy Kendall, Director & GDPR Advisor at Comply GDPR. Lucy has worked globally in talent acquisition for over 17 years. She has led and developed Executive search and Interim Management businesses and In-house teams. Lucy has operated at senior level driving organisations through structuring organisational infrastructure and governance for growth. She is a passionate customer experience advocate.

Hugh Cox, Founder, Chief Data Officer Rosslyn Data Technologies. Recognised as one of the UK’s leading data experts by Information Age, Hugh co-founded Rosslyn Analytics Ltd with Charlie Clark. Hugh helps executives at public and private sector organisations tackle business issues through technologies including cloud computing, data management and analytics.

Mark Hodgkinson, Professional Services Director at Nasstar PLC. Mark is a seasoned IT and recruitment sector professional with 21 years of experience. Specialisms include software development, data and all things tech.

Stephen Peak, Head of Continuous Service Improvement at Nasstar PLC Steve is an ITIL v3 expert qualified IT Service Management and Information Security professional with over 14 years experience in the IT industry. Steve ensures our solutions, staff and clients are consistently compliant with regulations

Lydia Cooper

Lydia Cooper

Group Marketing Manager at Nasstar PLC.

Telford, Shropshire
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