Here's another GDPR summary to throw into the mix -
Admissions System Administrator
From: mcn-l [mailto:mcn-l-boun...@mcn.edu] On Behalf Of Nik Honeysett
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2018 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: [MCN-L] MCN Pro: How GDPR law impacts your museum
Overly optimistic (“Everyone’s prepping for the GDPR, so it’s a great time for
a recap!") but interesting newsletter from OpenText on GDPR:
Complete with handy infographic:
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> On Feb 25, 2018, at 4:44 PM, Eric Longo <e...@mcn.edu> wrote:
> *UPCOMING MCN Pro WEBINAR*
> *How the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law impacts your
> museum* Organized by the MCN Data and Insights SIG (Special Interest Group).
> Co-chairs: Elena Villaespesa and Angie Judge.
> *Thursday March 15, 2018 - 3pm ET on YouTube Live *
> The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law changes coming into
> play will impact museums and visitor privacy globally, enforceable
> from 25 May 2018. To help clarify what GDPR means for museums both in
> the EU and also in other countries, the MCN Data and Insights SIG will
> present a webinar on GDPR led by Paulina Jedwabska, Head of
> Information Governance and Departmental Records Officer at Department
> for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
> *About Paulina Jedwabska*
> Head of Information Governance with excellent interpersonal skills and
> a genuine enthusiasm for creative solutions. Proven track record in
> governance, communications and training. Currently working as a DRO
> and active DPO at DCMS, responsible for internal compliance with GDPR.
> Previously working at the National Portrait Gallery. Fluent in English
> and Polish.
> In my previous role, I achieved review and sign off of all
> departmental retention schedules, roll out data protection training
> for all staff and improve basic records management training for new
> starters. I've set a framework for GDPR compliance.
> In my previous position, I worked with Pyeongchang Organising
> (POCOG) and Tokyo Organising Committee (TOCOG) to deliver their
> knowledge transfer policy as well as coordinate knowledge transfer
> from Rio 2016. I developed new initiatives for harvesting quality
> materials from OCOGs as well as implemented new terminology process.
> In my past role, I managed the ODA Enterprise Information Management
> system with over 6 million records and 7TB of data. Set requirements
> and testing for migration from ODA LiveLink to DCMS LiveLink. Managed
> final disposition of ODA records to TNA, DCMS and 3rd party archives.
> Eric Longo
> Executive Director
> MCN <http://www.mcn.edu/> (Museum Computer Network)
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> mobile: +1-917-822-7343
> Click here <http://calendly.com/eric-longo> to schedule a meeting with me.
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