GDPR’s enforcement date begins May 25th – a day after this webinar. Is your organization ready? What if you are just getting budget for GDPR compliance efforts. What if you just learned about the GDPR and your organization is subject to this law. If any of these scenarios apply, this is the webinar for you!
Lisa Berry-Tayman, a long-time privacy and information governance professional, will discuss:
• Benefits of being fashionably late to the GDPR party
• Getting your GDPR efforts back on track (or getting on the track for some folks)
• Rethinking the timeline and action items (or creating a timeline and action items for some folks)
Crawl out from underneath your desk, uncurl from the fetal position, and join us for a Executive Women’s Forum webinar on May 24th.
REGISTER HERE for the webinar. View the webinar here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15951/306747
Webinar is open to members and non-members.
About our speaker
Lisa J. Berry-Tayman, JD
Experienced Privacy, Information Governance, and GDPR Professional
Lisa has almost two decades of experience assisting organizations with privacy, information protection, governance, and management. She is a Certified Privacy Professional (CIPP/US, CIPP/Canada, and CIPP/Europe), a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and a Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT.) Lisa was also accepted as a Fellow in Privacy (FIP) in International Association of Privacy Professional’s (IAPP) 2016 inaugural class of fellows. She received her IBITGQ EU General Data Protection Regulation Foundation (GDPR F) and EU General Data Protection Regulation Practitioner (GDPR P.)
Lisa is an adjunct professor at the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). She is a former practicing attorney at Faegre Baker & Daniels and Shook Hardy and Bacon. She is a former assistant attorney general in the State of Missouri. Her educational achievements include a Juris Doctorate with distinction from Mississippi College School of Law, and a Bachelor’s degree and graduation from the Honors Program at Ball State University, where she studied criminal justice and criminology.
She serves on the IAPP CIPP/US Exam Development Board, is a former KnowledgeNet Chair, and participates in the Women in Privacy and Privacy Bar sections. She is involved with the Executive Women’s Forum (EWF) as a co-chair of the Indy Cheer Dinners and a mentor under EWF Lift Program. She is also involved with Women & Hi Tech and Women & SaaS.
Lisa was recently appointed to the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Working Group for Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s Executive Council on Cybersecurity