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    GDPR: How can universities best prepare? Download our FREE e-book

    This e-book from FULL FABRIC considers what HEI professionals must do to prepare and comply with the GDPR, which will become actionable on May 25th 2018.
    Last updated:
    February 15, 2024

    This higher education e-book from FULL FABRIC series considers what HEI professionals can do to prepare for and fully comply with the GDPR which is poised to become actionable on May 25th 2018. The book also offers valuable insights from Ardi Kolah, who amongst other things is Director of the GDPR Transition Programme at Henley Business School.

    About the e-book

    This ebook is for professionals working in the higher education industry. It focuses on the ways in which the EU data protection laws are changing, how universities will need to update their data storage policies in order to be compliant and how software can help institutions abide by the regulations.

    It also contains content from our conference The Impact of the GDPR in Higher Education, which was held on June 22nd 2017 at Imperial College London as part of London Edtech Week. Experts from higher education, law and technology discussed how universities can prepare for the regulation and how direct marketing and academic research may be impacted. 

    What does the e-book cover?

    The e-book provides information on everything from how to perform a data audit, to how to plan for a data breach should personal information be compromised. It also considers how a CRM for higher education can be of great use when preparing to comply with the GDPR, and lists recommended resources for further research.

    Where can I find the e-book?

    You can download the FULL FABRIC GDPR e-book for free here.



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