EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance Webinar for Caribbean Hotels
Sponsored by Flip.to and Eshore
What the Webinar Covers:
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect in May 2018, drastically changing the rules about how businesses hold and use customer data. With customer privacy at its heart, organizations will have to keep records of all personal data, prove consent was given, show what it is being used for, how it is being protected, and how long it is kept for. Are you ready?
In this webinar you will learn:
Who should attend this webinar:
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Brian J. Kent, CEO and Co-Founder, Flip.to
Brian J. Kent is the CEO and co-founder of Flip.to, the advocacy platform that helps hotels reach, inspire and convert an entirely, new global audience every day. Brian is a Brooklyn-born, NYC-raised, half-time Orlando dweller who is as comfortable with hyphens as he is in design, engineering, product development, strategy and all-around good company-building.
Managing Director, eShore Ltd
Polly Pickering is an IT security solutions and business continuity specialist as well as an offshore AML enthusiast. She is a founding member of the International Association of Certified Compliance Specialists (IACCS). As the Managing Director of eShore Cayman Ltd., she is familiar with the challenges surrounding disaster recovery, IT governance, security and data sovereignty. She extends her support to various professional associations and service companies in the Caribbean and Channel Islands.Polly practices her IT cross-jurisdiction consulting and risk mitigation services through her eShore partnership with SURE International (formerly foreshore) working jointly for the last decade with their PCI ISO certified Channel Islands data centres. SURE International is part of the Batelco group, a provider of communications services and operates in 14 jurisdictions across four continents. Polly holds a BSc from WMU, and certifications in risk management, CAMS, CBRITP, CEC, VSP. She is married and has one son and she enjoys competitive sailing, classic cars, and fundraising for the Cayman Islands Heart Fund.