How GDPR will drastically change your marketing focus

Royal Marine Hotel,
Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

Date: 19th April 2018

We have run a number of heavily attended conferences on the  new General Data Protection Regulations and the most popular topic on the day is how to run complaint directly marketing campaigns in line with the new regulations.

The majority of organisation now run direct marketing campaigns, therefore If you are a public or private sector organisation who run regular direct marketing campaigns you need to make sure you are in attendance at this one day event to be kept up to speed on rights, roles, obligations and responsibilities that your organisation must be up to speed on to ensure you are compliant with the new (GDPR) for future direct marketing campaigns.

It’s best to prepare now, rather than face a panic when the regulations become a reality.

CMG events typically sell out quickly, so prompt booking is strongly advised to secure your place at the early bird rate and save €100.00 – Early Bird Rate is €395.00 + VAT (Normal rate €495.00 + VAT)

Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain number of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised

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Some of the important topics to be focus on include;

  • Direct marketing under the GDPR – what will be different?
  • Business to Public marketing – what will change?
  • Business to Business marketing – what will change?
  • What constitutes as “direct marketing”
  • What do you do if a receptionist gives you contact details, can you use them?
  • If someone’s details are publically on their website can they be contacted?
  • Are there specific rules when marketing to children?
  • The role of the marketing manager & Data protection officer – prepare for fireworks!!!!
  • Data Breaches and Direct Marketing
  • What do you do when an individual wants to see a copy of the information your organisation holds about them.
  • Cross-border Data Transfer, Safe harbour, Privacy shield, and direct marketing
  • Re-engagement with legacy / obsolete data (Rule 5 Campaign)
  • Case studies

This is a must attend event for any personnel involved in direct marketing campaigns. Uniquely delegates who attend this event will also have the opportunity to hear other delegate’s experiences and discuss the challenges you are facing with like-minded professionals.

Full Day Programme 8.50am to 4.30pm

Chairperson & Opening Remarks

Direct marketing under the GDPR – what will be different?

  • Understanding the GDPR (Overview)
  • Key changes in the GDPR that impact marketing
  • Clarifying Consent – Appropriate Consent – ‘shelf life’ and currency
  • Retention obligations / Retention schedules
  • What else is changing? Understanding the EU Commission consultation on the ePrivacy Regulations
  • Potential consequences of non-compliance

Privacy by Design

  • What is it?
  • Applying PbD to Direct Marketing

Speaker: Hugh Jones, Chief Privacy Officer, Sytorus,

Business to Public / Business to Business marketing – what will change?

  • Are there differences between the both sectors?
  • What constitutes as “direct marketing”
  • What do you do if a receptionist gives you contact details, can you use them?
  • If someone’s details are publically on their website can they be contacted?
  • Are there specific rules when marketing to children?
  • Engagement of Third Parties – third party contracts, due diligence and monitoring

The role of the marketing manager & Data protection officer – prepare for fireworks!!!!
Speakers: Fiona Kiely, Senior Research Analyst / Paul O’Brien, Managing Director, CalQRisk

  • What are the responsibilities of a marketing manager?
  • What areas does the DPO need to enforce for direct marketing?
  • Rights and responsibilities of Data Controllers conducting Direct Marketing
  • Data Sourcing – list providers, CRM (customer relationship management) systems, data collation
  • Brand risk management considerations
  • Electronic marketing – Roles, rules, rights
  • Understanding Opt-ins and Opt-outs

Data Breaches and Direct Marketing
Speaker: TJ McIntyre, Lecturer, UCD, Chair, Civil Liberties Group, Digital Rights Ireland and consultant, FP Logue Solicitors

  • What are your data security obligations under the new Regulations when running a direct marketing campaign?
  • What is a data breach?
  • How should organisations respond to data breaches? When must regulators and affected individuals be notified?
  • When will a data breach lead to a fine against an organisation? When will a data breach lead to damages being awarded against an organisation?

Subject Access Requests – individuals who want to see a copy of the information an organisation holds about them.
Speaker: Fred Logue, FP Logue Solicitors

  • Subject access requests – what are they and what do they cover?
  • How Subject Access Requests relate to Direct Marketing (the “Surprised customer”)
  • Responding to SARs under current Data Protection Rules
  • SARs and the GDPR – what is changing?

Cross-border Data Transfer, Safe harbour, Privacy shield and direct marketing

Re-engagement with legacy / obsolete data (Rule 5 Campaign)

Data cataloguing and categorisation

The components of an effective data retention policy

  • Marketing and Data Retention

Case studies

This event will be of real interest to all public and private sector representatives in Ireland, large and small alike. Organisations and institutions such as, corporate consultants, retailers, banks, technology companies, healthcare organisations, marketing firms, legal firms, consultants, advisers, marketing consultants, marketing managers, PR firms, local authorities, government departments, semi-state agencies and universities to name just a few will find the contents of this event invaluable.

There will be 6 CPD points awarded to all attendees at this conference from the CPD certification service.

Dr TJ McIntyre

Dr TJ McIntyre

Lecturer, UCD, Chair, Civil Liberties Group, Digital Rights Ireland and consultant, FP Logue Solicitors

Dr TJ McIntyre is a Lecturer in Law in the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin, the chair of civil liberties group Digital Rights Ireland and a consultant solicitor with FP Logue Solicitors where he specialises in privacy and data protection issues.


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His research looks at information technology law, crime, and civil liberties, with a particular focus on fundamental rights in the online environment. He is a leading commentator on technology law in the national and international media.

Fred Logue

Fred Logue

Principal, FP Logue Solicitors

Fred is the principal of FP Logue Solicitors specialising in technology, intellectual property, information law and commercial law.

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Unusually for an Irish lawyer Fred has a science background and worked as an engineer before becoming a solicitor. Fred has extensive experience and expertise in licensing and exploitation of software and technology. He specialises in advising clients on strategy, contracts, transactions and disputes in business sectors where technology plays a key role, as well as online and digital markets. His clients include software companies, media organisations, NGOs and public authorities. Fred is also a leading information lawyer, advising on FOI, access to environmental information, data protection and privacy. Fred has acted in major information law cases before public authorities, administrative decision makers, Irish Courts, European institutions, and the United Nations.

Hugh JonesHugh Jones

Director, Sytorus

Hugh Jones is a co-founder of Sytorus Ltd, a specialised provider of Data Protection training and assessment services.

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With his colleagues, Hugh provides professional Data Protection guidance, and is a frequent speaker at Privacy and Data Management events in Ireland and overseas. Through Sytorus, Hugh offers both general and bespoke training to organisations in the areas of data management and regulatory compliance.

Hugh is an experienced project manager, and works with a number of sporting, not-for-profit and membership administration organisations to help them resolve their fund-raising and regulatory challenges.

As a certified practitioner, Hugh also supports organisations striving to achieve and maintain compliance with Irish and European Data Protection legislation. He facilitates projects to design and deploy appropriate data management policies and procedures in relation to data privacy, data quality and records retention, and conducts regular on-site assessments and process evaluations on behalf of his clients.

Fiona KielyFiona Kiely

Senior Research Analyst, CalQRisk

Fiona was introduced to the discipline of Risk Management while working with O’Mahony Insurances and Aon.

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Following four years on UL’s International Insurance & European Studies programme, Fiona joined CalQRisk as a Subject Matter Expert for their Education and Financial Services products. In August 2014, Fiona returned to CalQRisk as a member of the team that managed the Financial Services & Insurance products. She is currently the Senior Research Analyst at CalQRisk and manages their GDPR product.

Paul O’BrienPaul O’Brien

Managing Director, CalQRisk

A co-founder of CalQRisk, Paul has extensive business experience managing multinational companies at operations, general management, and director levels.

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A marine engineer, he has knowledge of the petrochemical, mechanical engineering and energy industry sectors. He has implemented operational excellence programmes at division level and is an expert in management by objectives. A trained ‘black belt’, he has acted as an assessor of the EFQM award and has led the implementation of a division wide Six Sigma programme. He has driven the integration of complex acquisitions on three continents. Paul is an instinctive risk assessor, with a specialty in alignment of business objectives with the risk context. Commenting on GDPR, Paul says that ‘taking a risk-based approach to achieving and maintaining GDPR is expected by the regulator – you can achieve compliance by managing the risks to the data subject and to your business’.

Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

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