NAEP Webinar Sponsored by Canon
" GDPR in Higher Education: A multi-stakeholder perspective"
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 | 2:00 PM ET
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in May 2018 after years of development, triggering a lot of discussion and action across various industries, including the Education sector. U.S. higher education institutions hold vast amounts of private information, some of which could be subject to the European Union’s GDPR and other emerging privacy-rights regulations. This webinar is intended to provide an overview of the regulation through the lens of Higher Education and its major stakeholders, with particular focus on Technology and Procurement roles.
- GDPR overview, relevance, and applicability to Higher Education institutions in the US.
- GDPR compliance challenges from the view point of different Higher Education stakeholders.
- GDPR resources and steps towards compliance
John R. Brandt, CEO, The MPI Group
CEO and founder of The MPI Group, John Brandt has devoted more than two decades to studying leadership in effective, purpose-driven organizations. An expert on how companies can adapt themselves to the realities of new markets, new corporate structures, and new customer expectations, Brandt is an accomplished management innovator and an internationally recognized expert on manufacturing and technology.
Gisela Albuquerque-Weise, Education Vertical Market Specialist, Canon USA, Inc.
Former senior higher education administrator and IT Director, Gisela spearheaded and managed various deployments of education technology serving curricular and administrative needs. She holds an MA in Media Studies and an ITIL certification and currently works as Education Vertical Market Specialist advising Canon USA on strategy for technology roll out in education.
Canon is a world leader in digital imaging technologies, ranging from business and medical equipment to consumer and professional cameras, and is committed to helping build a sustainable environment through a long-standing dedication to conservation, education and science.
Participants who attend this webcast will receive 1 hour of continuing education credit. This time may be applied toward ISM’s CPSM/CPSD certification or C.P.M. recertification and/or A.P.P. re-accreditation, or UPPCC’s CPPO/CPPB certification or recertification program requirements.
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