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How to Respond to GDPR Data Subject Access Requests


This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


This is a complimentary program sponsored by Epiq.

The GDPR has enhanced the rights of employees and consumers to request access to their personal data. To remain compliant, companies are expected to respond quickly to data subject access requests, and provide accurate, complete data.

Many organizations still lack the robust systems needed to accommodate DSARs—whose volume is increasing—and consequences of noncompliance can be severe. This webinar will walk you through practical steps U.S. companies should take to comply, and share how to implement the right systems.

During this 60-minute complimentary webinar, panelists will discuss:

• What EU data privacy and security regulations mean for U.S. companies
• DSARs, the role they play, and the value they provide individuals
• Potential challenges and risks of noncompliance
• Practical solutions for timely, efficient, and compliant response

Educational Objectives:

• Understand how the regulatory landscape governs data response obligations
• Identify potential pitfalls and errors in existing processes
• Learn how to establish compliant procedural responses to DSARs
• See what tools are needed to collect, process, analyze, and review data

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

• CIOs of companies with significant European exposure
• Compliance officers and other managers responsible for regulatory matters
• Attorneys and in-house counsel who deal with regulatory and compliance issues


Moderator: Martin Bonney
  • Senior Director, International Consulting Services
  • Epiq

Martin Bonney leads the EMEA consulting team, which concentrates on addressing complex litigation and regulatory challenges. He supports forensic collections, the application of analytics technology to e-e-discovery, and proactive information governance. He helps clients mitigate risk and be prepared before litigation and regulatory events. He is an expert in matters involving audio data, data governance, and maximizing value for clients using in-house litigation management and data discovery tools.

Elizabeth Fogerty
  • Director, Strategic Relationships & Compliance Consulting
  • Epiq

Elizabeth Fogerty leads the compliance consulting team and manages Epiq’s most strategic relationships. She helps customers with achieving GDPR and data privacy compliance through the introduction of process and technology. She seeks to understand her customer’s unique challenges, offer them insights into best practices and make recommendations to improve their information governance workflows. Fogerty believes in a collaborative problem-solving approach working with legal, security and IT teams to solve the total challenges facing the business. She helps customers make the digital transformation to the cloud and a more collaborative modern workplace by addressing their concerns around security, compliance, e-discovery, data classification, retention, and defensible disposition of data.

Richard Hogg
  • Global GDPR Evangelist
  • IBM

Richard Hogg is responsible for the cross-IBM GDPR capabilities, services and solutions and is part of IBM’s own global privacy program.  He has 15+ years global experience across information governance. He spent the last 4 years working with heavily-regulated clients worldwide on their GDPR journey. He is a workstream leader owner in IBM’s Internal GDPR Program and a frequent speaker on GDPR & InfoGov across AIIM, ARMA, MER, LegalTech, Insight, World of Watson, InfoGovCon, IPBA, DataWorks, Think & ILTA LegalSEC. He was named among 2018 Top 50 Social Influencers in Risk, Compliance and Regtech.

Jeewon Kim Serrato
  • U.S. Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity
  • Norton Rose Fulbright

Jeewon Kim Serrato advises global companies, financial services institutions and public entities on cutting-edge issues at the interaction of technology and law. Before joining the private sector, Jeewon served as chief privacy officer of Fannie Mae, where she led, implemented, and tested the organization's privacy program and data protection strategy. She also currently serves on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee and Technology Subcommittee. Jeewon is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and holds a U.S. Secret Clearance.

Continuing Education

1.0 General COA, 1.0 CLE
Practice Areas:
Prior understanding of data governance issues and regulations
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