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Supply Chain and Privacy Laws, Why They Matter Now More than Ever

Date:   Apr 23, 2021 - Apr 23, 2021
Time:   12:00 PM (EDT)

The recent global pandemic has seen our current business climate challenged and has been the reason behind the dramatic thrust into the online world of business connectivity. Whether this be towards engaging with clients, customers or even employees with remote working bringing into the fore many different complex issues.

This has only highlighted the risks and necessity for having a compliant data protection program which is not only effective for compliance but also a requirement when looking at potential service agreements.

Research shows that establishing proper governance practices up-front when establishing the buyer and provider relationship, results in rapid resolution of issues, faster achievement of business and financial objectives.

Webinar Objectives

  • Understand the importance of data protection and privacy to successfully manage the relationships in the supply chain.
  • Be able to articulate the costs and benefits of implementing effective Data protocols and policies.
  • Understand fundamental Data protection principles, frameworks and lawful practice
  • Discuss your current situation and common issues that arise, and strategies to resolve them.

Topics of Discussion

  • Supply Chain and data protection, understanding roles and responsibilities
  • Supply Chain and data protection, know your rights as a consumer, know your responsibility as a business

Speaker

Steve Beckett, Founder, Logic Document

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This webinar will take place at 12-1 PM Toronto time / 9-10 AM Vancouver time / 10-11 AM Calgary time / 11-12 PM Regina time / 1-2 PM Halifax time. 

Please note this webinar:

  • Will be in English. 
  • Is worth 2 CPD points for SCMP designation holders. 

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