GDPR: Understand and Adapt to New Data Privacy Regulation

GDPR: Understand and Adapt to New Data Privacy Regulation

Event Information


Feb 27, 2018 - Feb 27, 2018 Eastern


9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


J.W. Marriott, Jr.–ASAE Conference Center / ASAE Building

1575 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
United States

CAE Hours:




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The clock is ticking toward full implementation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (more commonly known as GDPR). With a level of compliance expected by May 25, 2018, is your association ready?

The GDPR will require organizations with members in the EU to change their data-handling practices. The regulation extends the scope of EU data protection law to all companies and other organizations that process data of EU residents. Organizations must ensure they are adequately protecting EU residents’ personal information and rights or face stiff financial penalties, with fines up to 4 percent of global revenue.

Even if your association doesn’t currently have an international presence, you still need to understand the GDPR and what it could mean for you. Register now to:

  • understand the GDPR’s requirements and penalties for noncompliance
  • analyze critical questions, recommended practices, and essential responsibilities of your association to minimize risk
  • devise a plan for your association to ensure compliance by May 2018.

  • Agenda

    • 9:00 – 9:30 a.m.

      9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
      Overview of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

      11:00 – 11:30 a.m.
      Panel Discussion and Questions

  • Speakers

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      Reginald J. Henry, CAE

      My responsibilities are to implement "exemplary" systems at ASAE that can serve as a model to the rest of the association community and to "ratchet-up" the use and understanding of technology among ASAE members. He has been working with and/or for non-profit organizations since 1985. Mr. Henry speaks regularly on technology and strategy issues. Some of his most recent speaking engagements include the 2015 ASAE Annual Meeting, 2015 GSAE Annual Meeting, 2015 FSAE Annual Meeting, 2015 AMC Institute Annual Meeting, the 2014 Union of International Associations Roundtable in Dublin, Ireland, 2014 ASAE Annual Meeting, keynoting the 2014 TSAE Technology Day, 2014 Digital Now Conference, 2014 ASAE Technology Conference. In 2009 he was invited by the Secretary of Smithsonian to participate in Smithsonian 2.0, a Gathering to Re-Imagine the Smithsonian in the Digital Age. Reggie was recently named one of the top 40 CIOs in DC-MD-VA area. Mr. Henry holds a B.S. in Economics and Computer Science from Georgetown University. Mr. Henry serves on the Curriculum Committee and faculty of the Institute for Organization Management (U.S. Chamber of Commerce) and the Technology Management Advisory Council for Georgetown University’s Technology Management degree program, and was recently Appointed to the Board of Directors of Educause, a nonprofit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. He enjoys cooking, drawing, pottery and golf.

      Carol Tullo, LLB

      Carol is an Associate Consultant of The Trust Bridge. Carol was, until July 2017, Director of Information Policy and Services of The National Archives (the official archive of the UK government for England and Wales), Director of the Office of Public Sector Information and Queen's Printer. Carol was responsible for providing leadership in information management and policy across the government and the wider public sector to improve the way information is managed and exploited to deliver real benefit for those that use and access this valuable resource. As Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, Queen’s Printer of Acts of Parliament, Queen’s Printer for Scotland, and Government Printer for Northern Ireland, she delivered UK wide official publications including legislation. Carol’s area of expertise is in open data and access to public sector information and database rights. In her role as Director of Information Policy and Services, she was responsible for the legal regulation of Internet Property and the Crown copyright, plus digital transformation and publishing. Carol took the lead on information accessibility and standards both from private and public sectors, a role which was rooted in information management. She held executive responsibility for government information management, assurance and security

      David Clarke, FBCS, CITO

      David is the Chief Technology Officer for the Trustbridge team. He is a leading authority on security issues with experience across finance, telecoms and the public sector. A Fellow of the British Computer Society, at the most senior professional grade, David had a distinguished career at British Telecom (BT) prior to their merger with Mesospheric where he headed up the security practice. At BT, David held a suite of senior security posts including Global Head of Security Product Enablement, Global Head of Security Service Delivery and Head of Global Security Infrastructure. His work included building secure operations capabilities, often from scratch, and developing a full cyber incident response. Other projects included the development of CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) on a financial intranet which handled $3.5 trillion trading per day and the rollout of managed security services with a $400 million global install base.

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      Terrance Barkan, CAE

      For more than 25 years, Terrance Barkan CAE has been building international trade and professional associations on a global basis. His international management career has taken him to more than 60 countries on 6 continents around the world on association strategy development projects. He has served as the Executive Director for a number global and multinational organizations and was the founder of the very first truly global international association management company. Today, he focuses exclusively on helping associations build international growth strategies and business plans. As an international association specialist, he has accumulated a significant body of knowledge and experience in the not-for-profit sector. He has supported the creation of new volunteer organizations, guided existing organizations, advised volunteer leadership on governance and strategy, and facilitated alliances and mergers, all with a creative and pro-active approach to client mandates.

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      Keith Moulsdale

      S. Keith Moulsdale is a partner at Whiteford, Taylor, & Preston, LLP. He is an intellectual property lawyer who co-chairs the firm’s cybersecurity practice. He has represented various organizations in connection with security breach attempts due to theft, SQL injection attacks, and brute-force attacks. He has also led cross-functional assessment, containment, and response efforts, developed mitigation strategies, and assisted clients in assessing and complying with statutory notification requirements and preparing information security policies.

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