When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on 25 May 2018, it eliminated the cost barrier for an individual to submit a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR), potentially increasing the burden on organisations required to provide the results, and all in a tighter timeline. This has created a challenge for many organisations looking to conform with their duties and obligations; how do they respond to a DSAR in an efficient and cost effective manner? With Everlaw, organisations are able to quickly discover unstructured data, reveal the relevant underlying information, and collaboratively act on these requests in a timely manner.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- The challenges experienced by organisations in respect of DSARs under the GDPR and how the Everlaw platform can help to overcome these
- Opportunities for workflow optimisation and automation during DSAR review, including the identification of personal data and leveraging batch redactions
- The use of Everlaw’s narrative building toolkit to provide the additional information that organisations are required to supply under the GDPR.
Gregory Campbell is a Solutions Architect for Everlaw UK, acting as an eDiscovery subject matter expert. He is a practising solicitor, originally training with a Silver Circle London legal firm, and subsequently practising as a litigation and dispute resolution focussed solicitor in London. He then moved into the legal technology sector as a legal counsel and project consultant for a specialist eDiscovery organisation, followed by a senior role within the litigation support function of a Magic Circle London legal firm. Immediately prior to joining Everlaw, he was a Governance, Regulatory and Legal Consultant for a multinational information technology company, with a specialism in the detail and the practicalities of the GDPR from an information governance perspective.
Christina Ling is a Product Marketing Manager at Everlaw. Prior to Everlaw, she worked at OpenText Discovery (formerly Recommind) in Product Marketing and at Deloitte as an Ediscovery and Information Governance Consultant. She serves as a board member for the San Francisco chapter of ACEDS.