Snoobi announces webinar series on privacy, security and GDPR
Keeping up with the ever-changing landscape of online privacy is a challenge for many organizations.
As implementing and maintaining website privacy under European GDPR rules is crucial for all website owners, Snoobi Technology organizes a webinar this autumn to support our customers in handling privacy and security aspects in their online presentation.
The webinar will include an (English speaking) guest speaker, Geddy van Elburg, who will highlight the most important issues and pitfalls.
Topics will include:
♦♦ Privacy Aspects website owners should consider
♦♦ Optimize analytics and maintain GDPR-compliancy
♦♦ High-level overview of existing and new GDPR- related features and benefits in Snoobi Analytics
Language will be Finnish with an English speaking guest presentation.
The webinars will be for max. 75 minutes, with max. 20 attendees and will be held on two dates, each with two time slots:
♦♦ Thursday October 28: 10:00 hrs and 14:00 hrs
♦♦ Wednesday November 3: 10:00 hrs and 14:00 hrs
Prior to the webinar Snoobi Technology will launch a new Snoobi release in October.
In addition, Snoobi will also announce availability of GDPR/Privacy related consultancy in close cooperation with Global Topology.
Registration is free of charge and open for all Snoobi clients as well as anyone else with interest in these topics. However, when sessions are filled Snoobi clients take priority.
You will receive a confirmation of your registration; personal login details will be sent a few days before the webinar.
Snoobi uses the Anymeeting web conference tool.
About the guest speaker
Mrs. van Elburg from Global Topology is a keynote speaker on digital marketing, data driven culture and privacy aspects.
Her work involves assisting companies and organisations at a strategic level on web analytics, website usability, online marketing activities and conversion optimisation.
Global Topology focusses on assisting businesses to bridge the increasing concern of internet users on the issue of privacy on the one hand and the demands of a business on the other hand.