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Stay Compliant: Things You need to know about GDPR

GDPR will lead to data minimization where companies willingly prune down the amount of information the collect to the functional essentials needed to complete a transaction. This could be a reversal of one of the big data trends where companies seek to collect and analyze as much data on their customers as possible in order to gain new insights. This analysis can still take place after appropriate pseudonymization, but other data rights prevent those insights from being use to profile customers in a way that would be discriminatory or put them at a financial disadvantage. As the GDPR is new regulation, there will no doubt to be a period of adjustment where gaps and thorny issues like profilling are addressed.Agenda09.00 : Registration09.30 : Welcome Speech09.45 : Introduction of Speaker10.00 : What is GDPR? by Thakurdas Naraindas11.00 : Q&A11.30 : Given of Token and certificates to ParticipantsWho Should be There Business Owners/Decision Makers from the following industry: Business and Financial Services (BFSI) Government Education FMCG and Manfacturing Information technology Healthcare Working Professionals Students and Lecturers

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Stay Compliant: Things You need to know about GDPR

Sep 7, 2018 12:00 AM

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12:00 am

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GDPR will lead to data minimization where companies willingly prune down the amount of information the collect to the functional essentials needed to complete a transaction. This could be a reversal of one of the big data trends where companies seek to collect and analyze as much data on their customers as possible in order to gain new insights. This analysis can still take place after appropriate pseudonymization, but other data rights prevent those insights from being use to profile customers in a way that would be discriminatory or put them at a financial disadvantage. As the GDPR is new regulation, there will no doubt to be a period of adjustment where gaps and thorny issues like profilling are addressed.Agenda09.00 : Registration09.30 : Welcome Speech09.45 : Introduction of Speaker10.00 : What is GDPR? by Thakurdas Naraindas11.00 : Q&A11.30 : Given of Token and certificates to ParticipantsWho Should be There Business Owners/Decision Makers from the following industry: Business and Financial Services (BFSI) Government Education FMCG and Manfacturing Information technology Healthcare Working Professionals Students and Lecturers

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