Webinar: GDPR – IT Asset & Data Disposal Compliance with Steve Mellings, Founder of ADISA

As part of new GDPR regulations, the ICO have released some guidance on IT Asset Disposal for organisations.

For more information, go to the following link –https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/documents/1570/it_asset_disposal_for_organisations.pdf.

This webinar, primarily an educational piece, highlights the implications of GDPR on IT Asset Disposal and will be delivered by Steve Mellings who is the founder of ADISA. Steve has over 15 years experience in IT asset retirement. He has worked with industry and global manufacturers having personally helped write and implement IT Asset Disposal policies for some of the largest organisations in the world. As part of the webinar, Steve will be sharing his vast knowledge of the IT Asset Disposal and legislation with the attendees.

More information on ADISA can be found at the following link – https://adisa.global/

Research into the current landscape of IT Asset Disposal in the North East has also been undertaken by Sunderland University. As part of the content of the webinar, the findings will be presented highlighting where the potential risks and non- compliances are within organisations.

Book your place for the webinar here 

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