GDPR Update for Global Organization – GDPR Update for Global Organization

Remaining compliant to the new GDPR regulations can be a daunting task that can lead to fines as well as damaged organization reputation. The quantity and detail of personal data (like individual biometric readings, information about health history or current health, etc.) collected during a clinical trial make it particularly important that companies prepare to comply with GDPR. While these regulations originate in the EU, any life science organizations engaging in global business must prepare and stay compliant as the regulation continues to evolve forcing organizations to adapt.

U.S. companies who do business with EU residents will be a direct subject to GDPR, as their customers exist under the protections of GDPR. These collaborators and contractors, such as CROs running clinical studies, are required to seek contractual commitments to help them achieve compliance with the GDPR.


Jo Blyskal,
Senior Director and Head of Global Regulatory Medical Writing and Data Disclosure,

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Navigate GDPR from a global perspective to ensure intelligible consent
  2. Establish a strong internal and external SOP to ensure compliance
  3. Learn documentation and right to access standards
  4. Ensure all new data systems are designed and implemented to ensure privacy by design
  5. Prepare for potential data breaches or concerns

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for Life Sciences professionals with responsibilities in:

  • Data Protection/ Privacy
  • Compliance/ Legal
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Regulatory Submissions
  • Regulatory Operations
  • Transparency
  • Data Governance/ Control
  • IT
  • Data Security
  • Clinical Development
  • Clinical Operations
End Date

Description: The GDPR Update for Global Organization will explore working in a GDPR compliant environment has affected an organization and identifies potential risks to ensure the need to stay compliant.
Address : GDPR Update for Global Organization