If you’re looking after GDPR compliance for your organisation, I bet it’s not your main job. I bet you’re in IT or Security, Legal or Compliance, sometimes Marketing or HR.
I bet GDPR’s been thrown at you. And I also bet you’re feeling anything from quite nervous to quite overwhelmed by Privacy. Even DPOs we talk to, especially those who are ‘also DPOs’, feel that way.
When we talk to people about GDPR, we see a lot of similar questions and concerns, such as:
How do I know where we are now?
And how do I know what my next step is?
Well, Privacy Kitchen is the new solution just for you, whether you’re a GDPR novice or an expert looking for a sanity check. And, best of all, it’s all FREE!
We founded Keepabl to solve compliance problems with simple, intuitive SaaS and readable, actionable policies. And, for the same reasons, I’m delighted to announce the launch of Privacy Kitchen today!
And why ‘Kitchen’? Well, a lot of us are working from home at the moment in these difficult times. Kitchens are comfortable places. And – in the time it takes you to have a cup of coffee or tea – you can watch one of our videos and cover off something that’s keeping you awake at night on Privacy.
We’ve got a menu of three different types of video for you.
Bite Size! 2- to 10-minute videos on everything Privacy from basics through to advanced.
Coffee Breaks! Recorded 30-minute interviews with ‘Guest Chefs’ from my network who will bring their experience and Top Tips that you can use in your role.
And Bigger Bites! 45-minute recorded roundtables. Chatham House rule applies, so no attribution, you can feel safe asking any question. And we know you’ve got loads of questions to ask.
So do get involved! Use #privacykitchen to let us know the questions and the topics you want us to cover.
Stay well in the meantime, and I look forward to seeing you in Privacy Kitchen!
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