I help Leaders make their Data Protection Strategies.
Strategies aligned with business objectives.
Strategies that shift the perception of their role from being a necessary evil to a growth enabler.Taking a pragmatic view
Since February 2020 when it launched its ambitious “Strategy for Data,” the EU passed several agile laws and frameworks to regulate data access and sharing by both private and public sectors.
The tone being set, new business models are emerging and the structure of the data flows is changed, among others, to the benefits of strategic sectors and domains of public interest, such as manufacturing, cloud computing, Green Deal, health, finance, education, etc. At the same time, to be able to reap the advantages, organisations are under pressure to adapt and adjust their business models to embrace new data management strategies and legal requirements.
In addition, enhanced cybersecurity threats aimed at the very core of critical entities and networks, triggered the EU to strengthen its cybersecurity legislation by introducing new rules to minimise the likelihood of such threats from occurring and their economic and social impact.
The strategies include the following:
We can help you answer that question through a range of facilitated, structured full-day workshops that will:
All workshops are prepared and facilitated by Purpose and Means and can be held physically onsite at your offices, remotely or a hybrid.
We use proven workshop analysis and planning techniques that allow your teams to take ownership of the deliverables and outcomes.
We can run workshops for the individual pieces of legislation, or we also suggest the following bundles:
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