Those interested in how the European Union’s recent implementation of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules could impact their businesses in the future are being invited to join a special web seminar due to be hosted next week by online casino software developer, Slotegrator Limited.
According to an official press release from Slotegrator Limited, published by CalvinAyre.com, the online seminar from the developer’s Slotegrator Academy educational vehicle will take place on July 12 from 1pm London time. The firm stated that the event is to see its Head of Sales, Vadim Potapenko, join with legal experts to take questions from participants before endeavoring to provide comprehensive and relevant answers.
Designed to give European Union residents greater controls over their personal data while additionally unifying relevant regulations across the 28-member bloc, GDPR went into effect in late-May and requires companies to keep better track of their processing activities so as to avoid unlawful security breaches. The new rules mandate that database subscribers now have the right to view all data being held on them by companies or other organizations.
Slotegrator Limited declared that its unique web seminar is due to provide participants with ‘first-hand information on data protection’ in the European Union including a full description of GDPR as well as what sectors of the online gambling industry are now covered by its regulations.
The developer explained that other areas sure to be covered are to include whether GDPR applies outside of the borders of the European Union, the dangers and penalties associated with violating the recently-implemented rules and the applicability of its regulations in the nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States such as Russia and Armenia.
“During the web seminar, the specialists will further review and discuss critical aspects of the new rules concerning casino projects,” read a statement from Slotegrator. “In addition, viewers will receive five useful tips on complying with the conditions and principles of GDPR from our head lawyer. Thus, you will learn how to develop and protect your gambling business without breaking the law.”