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Dun Laoghaire Meetup
PierConnect, Bank of Ireland, Dun Laoghaire
Finding and retaining the best talent is key to growth for most businesses, this is especially true in the digital sector. The final meetup of 2017 will look at how firms can compete for, and more importantly retain, top talent to help grow your business.
Speakers include:Adie McGuinness – CEO, Sigmar RecruitmentAndreea Wade – CEO, Opening.ioBrian Cleary – CEO, BOI Payment Acceptance (IRL & UK)Stephen Mullin – Director of business development, Cpl Resources Plc
GDPR: Practical advice to get you started
09.00 – 11.30
You know it’s coming. You know it affects every business. But where do you start? This event will help you understand the ways in which GDPR will affect your business and the steps you need to take to become GDPR ready.
Targeted towards business leaders and those responsible for GDPR compliance, this event will help frame your thinking in relation to both the legal process and IT requirements for your organisation.
Practical steps to ensure legal compliance with GDPR
Addressing consents, privacy notices, Subject Access Requests (SARs), data breach policy, outsourced services and international transfers of data, Emma Richmond, Partner and David Pierse Solicitor, Whitney Moore will take you through the legal aspects you need to review on a step by step basis.
Mapping the processes, organising your business
Managing information security risk is at the heart of GDPR compliance and this requires effective processes and procedures to be at the heart of your business. Michael Jordan, ISO Consultant, Qualis Control Systems and Daragh Doohan, Operations Director, Trilogy Technologies describe how Trilogy implemented this process internally and thinks “security by design and by default.”
How IT satisfies the GDPR requirements
There are many tools and technologies to assist meeting the requirements of GDPR. Luigi Cacco, Security Consultant and John Casey, Sales Director, Trilogy Technologies, explain how some of these map to the regulations and which are essential or optional.
Your Business Live
RDS, Simmonscourt, Dublin
Your Business Live will combine a showcase of innovative new products and services for Ireland’s SMEs with a full programme of seminars and workshops for start-ups, SME owners and managers, business decision makers and executives.
Vodafone Ireland, together with Facebook, are joint title sponsors for Your Business Live while the event is supported by Ibec for Irish Business, Small Firms Association (SFA) and Enterprise Ireland.
The challenge of sustained growth for SMEs is central to Your Business Live and the event focuses on four key areas: finance, technology, growth, and talent.
High-level talks will be delivered by expert speakers, from entrepreneurs and business leaders to government agencies and academics. Brexit and data security are among the topics to be addressed in the context of the SME.
Industry: The Product Conference
The Printworks, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
Take two days in April to step out of execution mode, get inspired and really think about your product.
Software is eating the world and spurring a revolution in every industry. Outdated methods of building and shipping products are being scrapped as entirely new approaches to product management emerge. It’s customer obsession, rapid iteration and data-informed decisions that now empower product people in modern technology companies.
At Industry: The Product Conference, attendees can network with product management professionals, start-up founders and product leaders, and discuss new methods, frameworks and tools being used to build, launch and scale groundbreaking software products.
Confirmed speakers include:
– Des Traynor, co-founder, Intercom
– Giacomo “Peldi” Guilizzoni, founder and CEO, Balsamiq
– Bob Moesta, president, Re-Wired Group and co-architect of the Jobs to be Done framework
For more information visit http://INDUSTRYconference.com/Europe.
ARVR Innovate Conference and EXPO
Augmented and Virtual Reality are hot topics in the IT sector, and this conference allows decision makers to network with, and listen to, some top global companies in the AR and VR space.
Case studies from top companies such as IKEA and Audi will also be showcased, along with 25 exhibitors showcasing the latest in AR and VR technologies.
For more information visit http://www.arvrinnovate.com.