GDPR top of the agenda at the SFA Annual Conference

On the eve of GDPR, the SFA Annual Conference is offering you a mixture of last minute advice from the Data Protection Commission followed by a panel of small business owners who will discuss their GDPR journey, highlighting both the pitfalls and the possibilities of GDPR.


John Keyes, Assistant Data Protection Commissioner will give a keynote address on GDPR, giving you the opportunity to get the inside track from the Data Protection Commission before GDPR goes live on 25 May.


Following the keynote address, three small business owners will discuss their GDPR journey in a panel session chaired by Colette Fitzpatrick. They will share with you what parts of GDPR they found challenging, how its introduction has impacted their business and the benefits of implementing it. They are small businesses like you so their insights will be practical and enable you to have some key takeaways you might need for your final GDPR implementation.   


Join us for this unmissable session on 24 May in the O’Brien Centre for Science, UCD.

This is a must attend event and we are delighted to offer it for FREE to SFA members, however you must pre register.  Make sure you book online today as places are filling up fast.  We look forward to seeing you on 24 May in UCD.

  • SFA members: FREE
  • Non-members: €175 + VAT*
  • 24 May, O’Brien Centre for Science, UCD
    Book now at

*redeemable off SFA membership for 2018



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