First GDPR, then the EU ePrivacy Directive, what will be the next step in the digital privacy laws? How can B2B companies best prepare and comply, when the rules are ever-shifting? A panel of experts ranging from the legal industry to cyber security, weighed in on this important issue.
You can see the slides too and a summary of some of the topics discussed here.
- Tom Wright, (Director of Content at Incisive Media)
- Simon Moss (Head of Marketing at CommuniGator)
- Chris Evans (Consultant at Druces)
- Benjamin Hosack (Director and Co-Founder at Foregenix)
- Claire Trévien (Head of Content Marketing at Passle)
Chaired by Kingpin
Tue 4 April 2017
18:00 – 21:00 BST
1 Fore Street
London EC2Y 9DT
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