Is your business GDPR ready? TWO tickets for Dublin Data Sec 2017 up for grabs
Dublin Data Sec 2017, Ireland's Data Protection Conference, is being held on Wednesday May 3 in the RDS Concert Hall.
The event will cover everything you need to know about protecting your business as your organisation will soon be subject to the new GDPR regime.
General Data Protection Regulation - which will become law across the EU in May 2018 - is part of the biggest change in data protection rules ever seen in Ireland.
Find out all you need to know about the new GDPR laws at Dublin Data Sec 2017.
Independent.ie has two tickets to give away to this important conference by simply sharing how your business is getting GDPR ready.
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