Webinar March 2018: Critical GDPR Details Often Underestimated or Overlooked

Spring is in the air and we have an important announcement to make!

Remember: 25th May 2018, the day all trading partners of European businesses, whether European or worldwide, must adhere to the new GDPR.

“The aim of the GDPR is to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world that is vastly different from the time in which the 1995 directive was established. Although the key principles of data privacy still hold true to the previous directive, many changes have been proposed to the regulatory policies” (EUGDPR.org, 2018).

In January 2018, Nicki Borell evangelist & consultant in the Experts Inside team hosted a comprehensive webinar tackling the preconceptions of GDPR in Office 365 and debunked any myths that had come to the surface at that time. The webinar followed the first part in our GDPR webinar series where Microsoft MVP and MCM Paolo Pialorsi spoke about the main requirements of GDPR from an Office 365 perspective.

On the 22nd March – part three of our GDPR webinar series – special guests Microsoft MVP Liam Cleary and Mike Fitzmaurice, workflow and business process authority, will cover the finer details that many people including genuine experts may have had little time to cover. They will address the following points:

  • Why individual application readiness won’t be enough, and cross-product integration will be necessary.
  • What it’s going to take to comply with the right to rectify and remove data, and the right to be forgotten and later remembered.
  • What Consent of Data really means, and what companies will have to do about it.
  • Who is responsible for which actions in the inevitable case of a data breach.
  • Exactly what is meant by a controller vs. a processor – and what applies where.
  • What Microsoft’s contractual agreements for Office 365 cover – and what they don’t.

Eleven-time SharePoint MVP Liam has been specializing in the security in SharePoint and its surrounding platforms. He can often be found at user groups or conferences speaking, offering advice, spending time in the community, teaching his kids how to code, raspberry PI programming, hacking the planet or building Lego robots.

Mike Fitzmaurice aka Mr. Workflow elevated Nintex’s profile from “clever SharePoint add-on” to one of thought leadership in workflow and business process automation, digital transformation, and citizen development. Prior to Nintex, he spent 11 years at Microsoft, and was involved with every version of SharePoint from pre-2001 through to the 2010 release. His areas of expertise include process automation, integration, collaboration, and a lot of other “ation”s.

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Here’s a list of exemplary professionals who have been guest speakers at Rencore: Bill Baer, Vesa Juvonen, Jussi Roine, Spencer Harbar, Chris McNulty, Liam Cleary, Jeremy Thake, Paolo Pialorsi, Nicki Borell and Benjamin Niaulin as well as our very own experts Matthias Einig, Waldek Mastykarz, Hugh Wood and Erwin van Hunen. Feel free to click on their links and re-watch the webinars.

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Rencore is a market-leader in the code analysis space. Founded and driven by high-profile international SharePoint and Office 365 experts, their main goal is to help any organization using Microsoft’s enterprise productivity environments to work more efficiently by providing software that optimizes and secures their collaboration solutions. Rencore’s most recognized products are the SharePoint Code Analysis Framework, SPCAF, the de-facto standard tool for verifying the quality, compliance, and governance of SharePoint and Office 365 customizations. Another innovative tool built by Rencore’s engineers is the Transformator, the unique tool that helps enterprises modernize and migrate their SharePoint environments. Their leading edge software products are trusted by corporations the world over and are used by Microsoft among other major organizations.