25th May, 2018 brought a major change for many companies. When the general data protection regulation took effect, companies were forced to act. We will learn what actually changed in this time for companies, and which difficulties in implementation were or are still experienced.
At a free webinar from 11:00 to 12:00 on 13th December, Christian Endres and Björn Ouji will show us what has really changed since EU-GDPR came into effect.
Contents of the webinar
- An overview of the changes which really took place
- How to handle tracking
- Efficient unterstanding of consent management
- Issues which often pose hindrances during implementation
- Tried and tested procedures for dealing with the EU's general data protection regulation
Why you should not miss this webinar
- Hands-on tips on how to address the new changes
- An insight into practices
- Interaction with experts on customer intelligence and data protection
Your speakers will be Christian Endres and Björn Ouni - experts on all matters of data protection
Christian Endres has been a management consultant in the area of customer intelligence at b.telligent since November 2016. He possesses over 15 years of experience in the areas of data-driven customer journey, "DataConomy" and classic product management. His focus is on retail, FMCG, telecommunications / media and online business. His strengths include result-oriented, pragmatic operations as well as strategic thinking and moderating.
Björn Ouni is a senior consultant at b.telligent with a focus on data protection, requirements analysis and project management. He advises clients from different industries, such as financial services & telecommunications. In doing so, he has gained experience in the fields of business intelligence, data warehousing, marketing, sales and controlling. His project experience encompasses the entire value creation process, ranging from analysis and planning through design to implementation of projects. As a certified data protection officer and auditor, he is an expert on establishing compliance with data protection requirements in terms of processes as well as implementation of system-based solutions.