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4 Cybersecurity Tips for Virtual Events

For most people, the past several months have included a combination of operating remotely and social distancing to flatten the curve due to the global pandemic. In particular, event professionals have seen events be cancelled, postponed, and shifted to a virtual format to stabilize the industry and keep participants safe while virus transmission remains a risk.

3 Key Preparations for GDPR during Brexit

It’s now vital that all companies, their marketers, event planners, trainers and any other business users of SaaS platforms consider how the personal data of their people and their clients is being handled by their technology suppliers.

GDPR, Brexit and Events - Part 2 - International Data Transfer

In the second part of our GDPR, Brexit and Events duology, we dive into the impacts Brexit will have on the international transfer of data.

GDPR, Brexit and Events

In the confusion over Brexit and its impact, part one of our GDPR, Brexit and Events duology will help shed light on Brexit's impact on GDPR and the events industry.

GDPR for Events - FAQs

A collection of short video clips and associated transcripts from our GDPR for Events session, originally broadcast using Glisser LIVE.

What's going on? An event tech perspective

I've been in the Event Tech industry some eight years now. I use the term ‘tech’ a little loosely, as when first entered the industry people had just realised that printing tickets on-site was more efficient (and of course significantly cheaper) than sending out thousands of pre-printed tickets through Royal Mail. That was about as good as it got.

5 GDPR Questions to Ask Your Event Tech Provider

Baffled by GDPR? Scared by talk of £17 million fines? Not sure where to start when it comes to collecting compliant data at your events?

Does GDPR have anything to do with Marketing?

As a Head of Marketing I have been surprised by the number of times that the term GDPR, which stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, has popped up in my LinkedIn timeline. The initials are not ones that I remember being talked about when I did my marketing training, and they don’t seem connected with the current buzz words to do with Brexit, #GE2017 or any of the other hashtags that seem to fill my social media feeds.

Event Review: The Impact of GDPR on Marketers & Event Profs

May 25th 2017 marked exactly one year until the GDPR regulations come into effect. These changes to data protection laws will fundamentally alter the way businesses can capture and store people’s personal information.

The Critical Role Data Capture Plays in GDPR

The aim of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is to give individuals control over how their personal data is used. One of the key aspects is ‘transparency’ over why data is collected, what will be done with it and the rights an individual has.
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