Arena Group event: GDPR – An introduction and practical steps to take for legal firms
Neil Maude, Arena’s Electronic Document Management General Manager, is holding a CPD training day at Sheffield and District Law Society.
On 10th October, join us for an increasingly important training session on the current hot topic, ‘GDPR: an introduction and practical steps to take for legal firms’ for some hints and tips in preparing for the new legislation coming into place in May 2018.
This training session will provide a simple overview specifically designed for legal firms and will provide practical steps all organisations need to follow to ensure compliance to the new regulations. With heavy fines to be avoided, being prepared and knowledgeable about how GDPR will affect your organisation is key.
Sign up to the event through the Sheffield and District Law Society website here.
What to expect
Neil Maude heads the Software division of Arena Group. His role includes strategic responsibility for development of Arena’s software products, including document management and business process software. He is also in demand as a speaker on related issues having recently spoken at ExCel and NEC events on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), process automation and innovation.
Neil has been involved in GDPR for several years, including contributions to pre-legislation consultations with industry experts. He is already working alongside a number of customers in education, legal, financial services, logistics and other sectors to help them on their journey towards GDPR compliance.
A firm believer in the ability of technology to improve service delivery and efficiency, Neil has been involved in projects for SMEs, education, large corporates and multinationals. His broad experience of project delivery brings a wealth of knowledge as to how technology can and should be used, along with the challenges of implementing change in organisations.
After a career in software development, Neil joined Arena Group in 2006 as a project manager, and has held management responsibility for the Software Division since 2008, joining the Group management team in 2009. He holds a BA/MA in Mathematics with Computation from The University of Oxford and an MBA from University of Warwick Business School.