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[External Event] DSGVO, New EU Data Security Laws – a Women of Vienna Seminar

New EU Data Security Laws (DSGVO in German, GDPR in English) is going into effect end of this month. The new laws are extensive and complicated, and can be difficult to understand and prepare for – especially if your native language is not German.

This seminar, hosted by Women of Vienna, is for all women entrepreneurs, freelancers and businessowners in Vienna who know that they need to prepare their business for the new regulations. Our speaker, Bettina Wittmann, an Austrian member of Women of Vienna and successful female entrepreneur, will guide us through the basic principles and tips on how you can prepare your businesses and projects to become DSGVO-ready.
Language: English
Entrance is free but space is limited, so please RSVP by email to womenofvienna@gmail.com.

Don’t panic. Make GDPR your secret weapon.

GPDR is probably scary and confusing but it can be an opportunity as well. Let’s talk about opening doors.

  • What is GDPR and why is GDPR important?
  • Who needs to be GDPR-compliant?
  • What should I keep in mind when working with vendors? How do I know if I can trust them?
  • Can I store data in Google Drive and how should I deliver data?
  • Are lookalike audiences through email address uploads allowed (CSV files)?
  • If someone is on my email list but didn’t get back to me in a while am I allowed to send them emails again?
  • How should an opt-in look like and what information does it need?
  • What are the potential consequences for my business if I don’t comply with the new GDPR requirements?
  • How can I get my business GDPR ready the quickest?

Bettina Wittmann is an independent entrepreneur, growth hacker, and speaker. Her social media funnel agency helps eCommerce businesses to grow and optimize conversion. When she isn’t traveling she is organizing meet-ups for location independents, engaging with her online community or you might find her at the Donaukanal with a cocktail in her hand a smile on her face.